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EVERGREENS: May says: "The March meeting was a very interesting talk by Lindy Richardson about The Pink Place Basingstoke, a charity which offers a range of services free of charge to those affected by breast cancer."
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GENEROUS shoppers helped to raise just over A 1,130 for a hospice that helps terminally-ill patients and their families in Basingstoke.
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Six arrests following drugs raid in central Winchester
A warrant was issued on suspicion they were supplying class A. Officers swooped a home in Stockbridge Road on Thursday afternoon , discovering cash and what they believe to be a stash of drugs.
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Borough council appeals for 500,000 in Government funding to cover cost of flooding
BASINGSTOKE and Deane Borough Council is set to apply for up to A 500,000 from the Government to cover the cost of the flood relief efforts in the borough.
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'Disgruntled villagers' set to grill MP over greenfield building
North East Hampshire MP James Arbuthnot is set to face an "army of disgruntled villagers" during a crisis meeting about concreting over the area's green fields for more homes.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
EuroMillions lottery winner in Bexley hasn't claimed 168,155.90
ONE lucky person is now A 1million richer after they came forward today with a winning EuroMillions Raffle ticket that was bought in the Basingstoke area.
Two Basing View firms are recognised as being among the best employers in the UK
NewVoiceMedia, headquartered at Belvedere and Business Environment which operates serviced offices at ViewPoint have been ranked 95 th and 77 th respectively in the Top 100 Best Companies to Work For 2014, by The Sunday Times.
Inquest into death of young woman told skull defects should have raised alarm
A DEFECT on the skull of a young woman, who died weeks after a routine operation at Basingstoke hospital , should have "raised alarm bells", an inquest heard.
Everything checks out for Procius
A BASINGSTOKE pre-employment background screening company has reached its 10th anniversary milestone - and it is going from strength to strength.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Salisbury Plain Resting 1914. Credit: Artists Rifles Association
It will run from April to December 2014, taking in three Hampshire locations during that time including the Willis Museum in Basingstoke.
Motorists stopped by police for not wearing seatbelt are caught on camera
EIGHT people were stopped by police in Basingstoke this morning for not wearing a seatbelt while travelling in a vehicle.
Pensioner falls in front of car after tripping in pothole outside Basingstoke hospital
A PENSIONER had a lucky escape after he fell down a pothole and was nearly hit by a car outside Basingstoke hospital .
Mother's shock at 'bomb bag' prank
A MOTHER has spoken of her shock after a prank "bomb bag" was placed through the cat flap at her family's home.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
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Soldier who celebrated toddler's death in racist Facebook message spared jail
Warren Butler faces being thrown out of the army after making the 'cruel' comment online, following the death of Mikaeel Kular.
Commentator John Arlott
AN EXHIBITION of items associated with legendary Basingstoke cricket commentator John Arlott is currently on show in The Willis Museum .
THIEVES took more than 400 of spirits and a CCTV system during a burglary at a Basingstoke pub.
The burglary of The Great Western Hotel, in Vyne Road, South View , took place during the night of Wednesday, March 5 and before 8am the following morning.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Jules Cavalier is ready for a big challenge
A MAN so afraid of heights that he had to lie down during a trip on the London Eye, is set to abseil 350 feet down the Spinnaker Tower.
Trading row over farmers' market
The existing market in Basingstoke is currently operating in a temporary location in Wote Street while Market Place is repaved.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
County council asks for feedback for 'Ageing Well in Hampshire' strategy
WATCHDOGS say a Basingstoke care home has hit five out of six targets - but it needs to do better on cleanliness and infection control.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
PUPILS at a Basingstoke school were given the chance to explore career options at a special fair.
Fort Hill Community School , in Kenilworth Road, Winklebury , hosted the creative careers fair for students throughout the day, and local colleges and universities in the south were on hand to give advice and hand out prospectuses.