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.
Police Scotland have released a photo of George Allison, 57, from Winchester, who was killed in a helicopter crash in the North Sea last night. Three other people also died after the Super Puma L2 aircraft went down at 6.20pm, around two miles west of Sumburgh airport on Shetland.
The aircraft was carrying 16 workers and two crew members at the time when it was believed to have experienced a "catastrophic" loss of power. Assistant Chief Constable Malcolm Graham from Police Scotland said: 'Our sympathies are very much with the families of those affected at this difficult time.
'This incident has resulted in a large-scale response from a number of different agencies who have worked closely together to deliver a swift rescue operation.We will now be carrying out an investigation to establish the circumstances in due course.'
A Hampshire man has been named among four people killed in a helicopter crash near Shetland. George Allison, 57, from Winchester, Duncan Munro, 46, from Bishop Auckland, Sarah Darnley, 45, from Elgin, and 59-year-old Gary McCrossan, from Inverness, died following the incident yesterday evening.
The Super Puma L2 aircraft went down at 6.20pm, around two miles west of Sumburgh airport on Shetland as it was returning to the island from the Borgsten Dolphin platform.
The aircraft was carrying 16 workers and two crew members at the time of the incident, in which it was believed to have experienced a "catastrophic" loss of power. Fourteen people were taken to safety during the immediate rescue response.
A man from Hampshire was one of four people killed in a helicopter crash off Shetland. Police Scotland have named all four victims, including George Allison, 57 from Winchester. He was on board the Super Puma L2 helicopter which crashed into the North Sea last night.
Around 40 firefighters from Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service are at the scene of a fire in Winchester. They were called to the blaze at a building under construction on Hatherley Road at 4.32am. The fire is under control.
Police have named the teenager who died after attending the Boomtown fair in Winchester.
Medical staff were alerted just after 10pm where she was taken to the Royal Hampshire County Hospital but was pronounced dead on arrival.
Eleanor Rowe, aged 18, from Glastonbury in Somerset has been named as the teenager who died at the festival.
The post mortem examination took place on Monday, August 12 and the results were inconclusive.
Further toxicology tests are being completed to determine the cause of death.
Eight noise complaints were received by Winchester City Council's out of hours noise team whilst the festival took place. Although they were relatively low, there are concerns the the noise levels at nearby properties occasionally rises above the limits stipulated by the licence conditions.
Noise monitoring teams were in operation throughout each night of the event and checked noise levels at a number of locations, including complainant’s properties.
Deputy Councillor, Rob Humby, has said “Overall we are pleased that the Boomtown Festival was well managed, and delighted it was enjoyed by so many. However, if there has been a breach of the licence conditions it must be dealt with to ensure the interests of our local communities are protected."
Police and organisers at this years Boomtown Fair warned that anyone caught with illegal drugs could face arrest, ejection from the Fair and a subsequent criminal record.
Festival goers were given one last opportunity to avoid arrest by disposing of illegal drugs in amnesty bins before entering the site. Specially trained drug search dogs were deployed at the main entrance gates to search ticket holders as they entered.
Approximately £120,000 worth of drugs were seized over the four day event, 238 persons were dealt with on site for drug related offences and 11 were arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply. A total of 82 thefts were reported to police, with the majority being thefts from tents.
A city in Hampshire is celebrating a year since the 2012 Olympic Games in London - by turning itself into a high-speed race circuit for cyclists.
After a family fun day, spectators in Winchester have been able to watch child and adult competitors - with some riders reaching speeds of up to 30 miles an hour through the city centre. The races continue until 9pm tonight.
Councillor Rob Humby, Winchester City Council's Cabinet member for Sport explained the significance of the event.
A teenager has died at the Boomtown Fair music festival near Winchester.
Emergency services were made aware of a woman in need of medical attention just after 10pm on Thursday, August 8. On site medical services responded and an 18-year-old woman was taken to the Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester but was pronounced dead on arrival.
The death is not being treated as suspicious. The woman's next of kin and the coroner have been informed. Hampshire Constabulary are working with Boomtown Fair organisers to find out what happened.