An inquest will resume later into the death of a man who got caught up in a severe snow storm during a trip to Greenland.
The Duchess of Cambridge will be visiting Naomi House Children's Hospice in Hampshire today.
Ten million pounds is being spent by Hampshire County Council to create much needed primary school places in Winchester.
A young boy has been arrested following a robbery in Winchester.
A man was approached by two men on Saturday 21st September in Winchester, as he walked along the footpath from Cromwell Road towards St James' Lane.
They threatened the victim and stole his iPhone and cash.
The 16-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of robbery.
Peter Symonds College are the first ever ski team to have won gold in a national ski competition.
The Winchester College won the mixed team category at the English Schools Ski Associatino National Championships Qualifiers held at Southampton Alpine Centre.
The Winchester College team were amongst 160 racers from 42 schools from across the south.
With a combined time of 67.22 seconds, the Symonds squad won the category as the fourth fastest team.
Coach Pam Hearsum said:
"There were some very strong individual performances from our team on a tricky course that saw alot of missed gates and disqualifications from other competitors - none of our team were disqualified!"
Police want to speak to these two people after two bottles of champagne worth more than £600 were stolen from a shop in Winchester. A man and a woman were seen to enter Majestic Wine in Andover Road Retail Park, Winchester at about 4.20pm on Saturday, August 31.
When a staff member was distracted they went behind the counter and took two bottles of Krug champagne and left the shop without paying.
The bodies of three of the four oil workers who died when a helicopter plunged into the North Sea have been brought back to the mainland.
A passenger ferry carrying the bodies arrived at Aberdeen Harbour at 7am this morning.
It is understood that the fourth body will arrive tomorrow.
The Super Puma was carrying 16 passengers and two crew from the Borgsten Dolphin platform when it crashed into the sea off Shetland on Friday evening, killing three men and one woman.
It is not yet known what caused the CHC-operated helicopter to crash into the sea.
Tributes have been paid to the victims, named as Duncan Munro, 46, from Bishop Auckland, County Durham; George Allison, 57, from Winchester, Hampshire; Sarah Darnley, 45, from Elgin in the Highlands; and 59-year-old Gary McCrossan, from Inverness.
Experts believe more people could have died, after a helicopter ditched into the North Sea killing four people, but added that the "skill of the pilots" played a part in saving lives, according to the British Airline Pilots Association.
Speaking to The Daily Telegraph, a spokesman said: "It is too early to say exactly what happened, but ditching a helicopter on water is extremely difficult.
"The skill of the pilots in dealing with what looks to have been a catastrophic power failure at low altitude almost certainly ensured that more people didn't lose their lives."
Investigators will try to establish what caused a helicopter to plunge into the North Sea, killing four oil workers, after the wreckage was recovered from the water.
Misty conditions last night hampered efforts to salvage the wreckage of the Super Puma and transport it back to shore for examination by a team from the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB).
It is understood that the remains of the Super Puma AS332 L2 were eventually lifted on to the deck of the vessel Bibby Polaris which was due to travel to a mainland port.
It is hoped information on the helicopter's black box recorder will help establish the cause of the crash.
An emergency meeting of gas and oil companies will be held tomorrow in the wake of
Friday's deadly helicopter crash off the coast of Shetland, which killed four oil workers.
The entire UK fleet of the commercial Super Puma aircraft has been grounded following the tragedy amid a growing backlash against the aircraft.
ITV News Scotland Correspondent Debi Edward reports:
The wreckage from the helicopter crash in the Shetlands is being brought ashore for inspection by a team from the Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB).
Shetland coastguard manager John Webster earlier said:
The heavy-lift ship is out at the moment trying to recover what wreckage it can from the sea. After that the Air Accidents Investigation Branch will decide where to take it.
A lot of our crew are shocked, to say the least. We've dealt with a few air crashes before. Each one is different but each is as sad as the last.
Tributes are being paid to a Hampshire man who died in a helicopter crash in the North Sea. 57-year-old George Allison from Winchester was one of four people killed last night when the aircraft went down around two miles west off Sumburgh airport on Shetland. Richard Slee reports.
The Hampshire man killed in a helicopter crash in the North Sea was an experienced offshore rig worker. George Allison, 57, from Winchester, was one of four people who died after a Super Puma L2 aircraft went down at 6.20pm last night, around two miles west of Sumburgh airport on Shetland.
Mr Allison had been working at the Offshore Dunbar Platform as a project safety supervisor for just over a year when he was killed, according to his LinkedIn profile. He was overseeing conversion work at the platform and at a drilling support vessel, it said.
Describing himself as a "highly qualified, experienced and competent Safety Advisor who has been working in an offshore environment globally for the past 27 years", he said he was highly motivated, hard working and creative. He listed his interests as swimming, fishing, art and riding his bicycle.