The first of more than 100 British-grown trees supplied by Hillier Trees have been delivered to their final destination at the new Maggie’s Centre in Southampton.
172 people were killed and hundreds more injured or made homeless during the attack, which took place from 5.00pm on 10 January 1941 and into the early hours of 11 January.
Signatures of 17th century stonemasons have been discovered on historic seawalls.
An endangered female Amur tiger is the latest arrival at Marwell Zoo.
The last surviving landing craft of its kind, which carried 10 tanks and crew members to Normandy on D-Day, is finally open to the public
SS Shieldhall sailing programme announced
There were over 45 entries, and five categories: most colourful, most thought-provoking, best nature themed, most original, and an overall winner.
On 7 October 1945 the P&O liner Corfu docked in Southampton, the first ship carrying 1,500 former Far East Prisoners of War (FEPOW) to arrive back in the UK after the end of hostilities in South East Asia.
Portsmouth is this week celebrating 70 years of twinning with Duisburg in Germany.
SUPERSIZED! at Marwell – in pictures