Linda Holtby sent us this picture of a tumble at the WInchester ice rink. The unseasonal mild weather means that the ice can be covered with a layer of water. However, WInchester Cathedral says that the rink is safe for skaters to use. The rink is open until 3 January.
A children's hospice is celebrating an early Christmas present - with news that it will receive some of the profits from the new X-Factor single.
Naomi House and Jacks Place in Sutton Scotney near Winchester have been supported by the programme for the last four years - through a partnership with the charity Together for Short Lives.
The ingle is usually one of the biggest selling records of the year. It's been recorded by this year's winner Louisa Johnson and was released after the final on Sunday.
Sutton Scotney based Naomi House & Jacksplace, provide respite care for children and young people with for life limiting illnesses and support for their families.
Emma Johnstone has been campaigning to reduce the speed limit outside her home in Kings Worthy for the last 6 years. She started calling for action on the Springvale Road when she was just 7 years old and a pupil at the nearby primary school. Now Hampshire County Council has agreed to a 30mph zone. Mary Stanley reports.
A bus has broken down on Badger Farm Road in Winchester while trying to carry out a u-turn.
It's completely blocked the road near the M3.
Christmas has come early to Winchester. The annual festive market has opened next to the Cathedral with the ice rink welcoming it's first skaters. The Cathedral Dean greeted visitors and the Choristers of Winchester Cathedral lead carols
Founded in 2006, the Christmas Market is recognised as one of the best in Europe, renowned for its unique location and bustling atmosphere. It is inspired by traditional German Christmas markets and attracts more than 350,000 visitors each year. The pretty wooden chalets are situated in the Cathedral’s historic Close. Coach parties visit from across the UK and overseas.
Next week Friday - 27 November - a lantern parade will wind its way through the city's streets. Families gather with their homemade paper lanterns and light up the night sky in a stunning display. The parade will be followed by Community Carols, organised in association with Churches Together in Winchester
Services run by the Trust which looks after the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester have been rated good by inspectors.Read the full story ›
Residents at a Hampshire housing block say they're scared to be in their homes because of an infestation of rats. Some at The Conservatory in Winchester claim the rodents have become brazen running through their homes at all times. The owners say they're doing everything they can to solve the issues. This from Divya Kohli.
Councillors in Winchester say the city is ready to help with resettlement for refugees if required.
Hampshire County Council is looking for school places first - Winchester City Council will match will then match the housing requirements.
The council says this would use the private rented sector and not the Council's housing stock so there would be no impact on ability to meet housing need locally.
£2.5 million has been invested on new greener buses for Winchester. The buses have been rebranded with a new look inspired by King Alfred the Great. Stagecoach will the launching the "Kings City" vehicles outside Winchester Guildhall. The new vehicles incorporate the latest, state of the art, greener engine technology. They have also been customised with USB charge ports and WiFi.
The company is also introducing later evening services, following campaigns by local villagers. The new measures also include a £2 nightrider which allows unlimited travel after 7pm.
Managing Director, Michael Watson said "We are proud to announce this investment in new buses and the investment in the fleet and evening gives something back to our many bus users in Winchester and we hope to encourage even more people to use the bus further into the evening."
Stagecoach provides local bus services across Hampshire, Surrey and Sussex. Last year 4.3 million passengers used their Winchester buses.
More than 150 troops in full military uniform have marched through the centre of Winchester.
The soldiers from the Adjutant General's Corps were given the Freedom of Winchester . It's the first time in 7 years that they've celebrated the ancient honour - allowing them to parade through the city with weapons and a marching band.
Hundreds of people came to support the troops, who have a strong link with Winchester.
Watch Sam Holder's report below:
He spoke with Lt. Col Mark John from the Adjutant General's Corps/ Royal Military Police