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3 hrs ago | Surrey Advertiser
A man from Eversley who was arrested following a stabbing in Yateley has been charged with possession of a Class B drug A man who was arrested following a stabbing in Yateley last year has been charged with possession of a Class B drug.
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7 hrs ago | Andover Advertiser
TANYA Brown is the first Access student from Peter Symonds College to try for and receive an offer from Oxbridge.
8 hrs ago | Daily Echo
CONTROVERSIAL car dealers who have been lying low amid a storm of complaints over defective cars and bouncing refund cheques are back in business - in the same premises as a sexy underwear shop and boutique.
8 hrs ago | Hampshire Chronicle
Le Caffe Aroma, run by Simon Dayer and Dawn Valler of Dayer's Fine Foods, has recently set up five new deli bars for international service office provider Regus.
MARTIN LAZENBY aged 47 of No Fixed Abode. Admitted breach of an anti-social behaviour order when he was present in an area at Poole High Street which he was prohibited from doing.
Military historians and archaeologists are exploring a newly rediscovered First World War trench complex in Hampshire, built to train British soldiers before they went to fight on the Western Front against the Germans.
PROBLEMS blighted a trial pumping scheme at a Basingstoke electricity sub-station last week after the project was targeted by vandals and had to be suspended because of heavy rain.
For the first time, local authorities and civic dignitaries, community groups and charities throughout the British Isles are taking part in local flag-raising events and ceremonies of dedication to mark the special day.
DISABLED children and their families in Basingstoke will continue to benefit from playschemes following a funding handout from Hampshire County Council .
A woman driver who faked panic attacks to avoid giving a breath test has been banned from the road for more than a year.
Geoffrey and Richard Adams walk on the frozen River Stour at Christchurch during the cold spell of 1963 - the river was frozen over from Boxing Day 1962 and didn't thaw until early March 1963 THE winter of 1962-63 saw a big freeze that was not only colder than anything in modern memory but also went on longer.
The signing of a development agreement between landowners and the developer means the A 450m plans have moved another step closer to reality.
It is not a threat confined to winter either, as shown by the freak downpour of July 1955, which brought seven inches of rain to parts of Dorset in 24 hours.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled for British company BG Group Plc in its effort to reinstate a $185.3 million arbitration award against Argentina that a U.S. appeals court threw out.
The three-car crash happened on the junction of South East Road and Kathleen Road in Sholing , Southampton , it is believed no-one was badly hurt, but one car had to be written off.
Jonathan Gale, left, received the honour at The Private Business Awards, where his company, a leading provider of cloud contact centre solutions, also received the Rising Star award for the South East region.
A 22-year-old man was walking home after a night out with two female friends when a man began to follow them from Sparkford Road.