8:33am Thursday 29th July 2010
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12:30pm Friday 27th November 2009
12:33pm Thursday 26th November 2009
SHE was unwanted and unloved. But Bill Matthews gave her a home and Cindy repaid his master’s kindness by protecting him against a knife-wielding robber The 27-year-old transport company foreman was threatened as he supervised the loading and unloading of cauliflowers at his firm’s yard in Endle Street and Albert Road, Southampton, when a stranger lurking in a doorway approached and asked for a light for his cigarette.
12:29pm Thursday 26th November 2009
5:03pm Tuesday 20th October 2009
3:10pm Thursday 1st October 2009
3:01pm Thursday 1st October 2009
9:27am Thursday 2nd July 2009
3:01pm Thursday 23rd April 2009
10:10am Thursday 12th March 2009
1:02pm Saturday 21st February 2009
3:46pm Thursday 1st January 2009
2:40pm Thursday 13th November 2008
2:43pm Thursday 30th October 2008
When little Elva Derbyshire was throttled by a man in the New Forest, she hoped feigning death would keep her alive. SHE was courageous and wise beyond her years. Elva Derbyshire feigned death after being attacked while exercising her pony in the New Forest.
2:15pm Thursday 16th October 2008
It was a murder committed before the eyes of an estimated 35 people, but solving the mystery of who killed David Skeats went down as one of the outstanding pieces of detection in Hampshire police history.
11:30am Friday 26th September 2008
IT was an expensive pint of milk – and not for the customer. A furious Alfred Harbert stormed out of court, slamming local justice following a commotion with his horse and cart near the town centre in Southampton.
11:47am Thursday 25th September 2008
11:39am Thursday 25th September 2008
3:22pm Thursday 10th July 2008
2:53pm Thursday 10th July 2008
Bouldner Park, near Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight. It was shortly before 3pm on a summer's afternoon that police received the 999 call: "I've found a man outside my house. I think that he must have been murdered."
3:23pm Thursday 17th April 2008
3:19pm Thursday 17th April 2008
THE owner of a Hampshire merchant builders' business allowed detectives investigating the murder of a devout churchgoing pensioner to use his premises as a temporary police station to trap her killer.
2:33pm Thursday 10th April 2008
It was the bloodiest moment of the Second World War for one Hampshire village but it wasnt the Nazis who brought blood to the streets of Kingsclere. PETER LAW reports on the secret massacre hushed up by the Allies.
2:29pm Thursday 10th April 2008
Sandra Court was found strangled in a water-filled ditch in 1986 ¨C but police are still determined to catch her killer and believe an anonymous letter-writer could hold the key. JOHN HOSKINS tells the story of an enduring mystery.
10:47am Thursday 13th March 2008
10:42am Thursday 13th March 2008
10:35am Thursday 13th March 2008
In what was described as a curious case of theft, Jane Hamilton appeared before Winchester magistrates in 1907, charged with stealing jewellery and household effects from Elizabeth Friend who had been lodging with her.
12:00pm Thursday 28th February 2008
11:57am Thursday 28th February 2008
1:32pm Friday 22nd February 2008
A KEY weapon in the fight against community crime - or merely a badge of honour for yobs? Following the controversial introduction of Anti Social Behaviour Orders (Asbos) in England and Wales in 1999, 10,000 have been issued.
1:20pm Friday 22nd February 2008
7:31pm Thursday 14th February 2008
7:28pm Thursday 14th February 2008
7:25pm Thursday 14th February 2008
12:07pm Thursday 7th February 2008
11:56am Thursday 7th February 2008
11:55am Thursday 7th February 2008
4:11pm Thursday 31st January 2008
1:22pm Thursday 31st January 2008
In our final look at how murder cases are investigated, JENNY MAKIN talks to Det Chief Insp Jason Hogg about how they prove someone is dead and convict people for murder when a body has never been found.
12:50pm Thursday 31st January 2008
9:42am Thursday 24th January 2008
We continue our look at how detectives deal with murder inquiries in Hampshire, as Constable Alan Ferguson talks about his role as a Family Liaison Officer and how he found himself close to a killer in 2005.
9:31am Thursday 24th January 2008
11:40am Thursday 17th January 2008
Detective Inspector Nigel Niven speaks about why the Hampshire's major crime department was called in to investigate when someone was killed on board the worlds biggest ship, how they protected the crime scene with thousands of passengers on board and how they got the killer back to the UK.
11:32am Thursday 17th January 2008
3:00pm Thursday 10th January 2008
Detectives in Hampshires major crime department deal with every homicide in the county but just how do they begin solving a murder when it happens? Jenny Makin talks to Detective Chief Inspector Jason Hogg about heading the hunt to catch a killer using good police work, new technology and the book of essential tips.
12:48pm Thursday 10th January 2008