7 hrs ago
Residents see housing plans
Raglan Housing, which has 12,000 dwellings nationwide, is proposing to build approximately ten new two- and three-bedroom homes on the scheme, which forms part of Roman Way, where it currently owns and manages 56 properties.
11 hrs ago
School gets positive feedback from Ofsted
The Stockbridge secondary school, with almost 700 students, was graded 'Good' for 'Overall Effectiveness', having also secured this grade in all four of the key judgements.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
Bronze age axe heads go on show
In exhibiting the items the museum has reunited the finds with two axe heads found in the same field nearly a century ago.
Pupils rise to food challenges
This involved them taking an active challenge and a food challenge each week and seeing how many people can complete it from their school population.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Too many at risk with unsafe sex
TOO many people are putting themselves at risk through unsafe sex despite a small decrease in the number of new cases of sexually transmitted infections in Hampshire.
THE fete season is well under way but this year there has been a new addition to the calendar - Stockbridge Community Fete, with all proceeds going to the Stockbridge FC.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Petition in urban sport site protest
ANGRY residents have handed a petition to Test Valley Borough Council objecting to the proposed building of an urban sports facility in Shepherds Spring Lane car park.
CLIMBING Kilimanjaro is the fundraising aim for Gary Daubney, from Abbotts Ann, who is preparing to take on the mountain next year to raise money for Naomi House and Parkinsons UK.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Up to 6,000 youngsters at risk of catching measles
PEOPLE are being encouraged to get immunised after latest figures show nearly 6,000 young people in Wiltshire may be at risk from catching measles.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Power tools taken from lock-up
Between 8.30am on Wednesday, June 5 and 4.30am on Thursday, 6 June offenders forced entry into three lock-ups at Andover Lane Farm on Andover Road.
Appeal for dog toys
THE Dogs Trust Rehoming Centre at Newton Tony near Tidworth is calling on dogs lovers to help their hounds with an urgent appeal for interesting toys for the dogs.
Police issue weekend rave warning
POLICE are warning of the possibility of a 'Free festival' or rave taking place within 10 miles of Salisbury Plain over the next few days.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Trainer celebrates one-two in classic
KIMPTON Down Stables and local trainer Ralph Beckett were celebrating last Friday as they recorded a one-two finish with their two runners in the Epsom Oaks.
This is Hampshire
Turbines taller than cathedral spire
AS it is called Bullington Cross Wind Farm most would imagine the proposed location is next to the major road junction east of Andover The reality is rather different.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Flasher in Whitchurch
It happened in the play park next to Testbourne Community School, in Micheldever Road, at about 11.30am on Monday, 10 June.
POLICE are appealing for information and witnesses after a number of...
POLICE are appealing for information and witnesses after a number of garages were broken into in Launcelot Close in Andover.
Book makes knitting fun
Catherine said: "Some children like to slay dragons, others prefer to sip tea with princesses, but any child will find something to wear, play with and love within the creative knitting patterns featured."
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Enham on screen
ENHAM Alamein and disability charity Enham Trust feature in a new series on ITV called Britain's Secret Homes, starting today.
My kids are really close
ALTHOUGH often mistaken for twins little Ronnie and Sienna were in fact born 208 days apart - thought to be a UK record.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
The Daily Times
Racing for a cause
What constitutes a challenge differs from person to person. Running an entire mile without stopping could be a milestone for some, while completing a marathon might not be a big deal to others.