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Will true story behind blockbuster movie ever be televised?
Now a Hampshire documentary-maker who filmed the dramatic meeting has re-launched his two-decade-long battle for his first-hand story to be aired by British television.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
Flags will fly to mark the Commonwealth's community of nations
THIS year's Commonwealth Day will be bigger than ever as communities across the region get in on the act.
Rogue dealer now selling cars from sexy underwear shop offices
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.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Fareham man died after failing to take his medication
Luke Thorphy, from Fareham, was found at his flat on May 1 last year and was taken to Queen Alexandra Hospital, in Cosham, where he later died, on May 2. At an inquest into his death, coroner for Portsmouth and south-east Hampshire David Horsley, recorded that he died from natural causes.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
EuroMillions win for Hampshire trio
Fareham man Andy Wallace is one of the trio who will share the bumper pay out which came thanks to a winning Millionaire Raffle ticket.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
It's full steam ahead as plans for Daedalus come together
Fareham Borough Council's executive welcomed a report that gave an update into what is happening at the former HMS Daedalus airfield in Lee-on-the-Solent.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Credit and store card bills continue to rise
A DIRECTOR of a Hampshire firm has issued a warning after falling victim to the latest identity fraud scam targeting business owners across the country.
Figures reveal only half the story of Help to Buy so far
Prime Minister David Cameron has a cup of tea with Sharon Ray and her daughter Maisie, 2, during a visit to her home in Southampton - Sharon bought her home through the government's Help to Buy scheme THE Help to Buy scheme - which allows people to beat high prices and get on the housing ladder - got off to a slow start in Hampshire, new figures ... (more)
Sun Mar 02, 2014
Lecturer turns his misspent youth into a punk opera
When Dave Clarke wrote a book about his misspent youth as a criminal, he intended it to warn people against crime.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Objections mean ice-cream plan for Hill Head beach is frozen out
COUNCILLORS have turned their back on an application from their own council officers to site an ice-cream van on a stretch of seafront.
Help at hand for diabetes care
The Diabetes UK South East Hampshire Families group will host a family information day in Queen Alexandra Hospital, Cosham, on Saturday, March 15. This includes children managing both the psychological and emotional issues surrounding injections, to a session aimed at close relatives and regular carers.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Flooding concerns as developer plans to raise up homes
But Portchester residents voiced their anger at a Community Action Team meeting last night as plans show the ground the homes will sit on will be raised.
Road closed after three car crash
The collision on Wickham Road, Fareham , happened just before 6.30pm and involved two cars which were driving along the road and a parked car.
Praise for team after A 330m profits
THE MANAGING director of a Hampshire developer has praised his team for their outstanding efforts after the firm announced profits for 2013 of A 330 million.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
MP supports the call for Haverhill soldier's grave to have a headstone
Haverhill MP Matthew Hancock has added his support to a campaign to have a proper headstone placed on the grave of a Haverhill soldier whose resting place has been unmarked for 97 years.
More than 80 firefighters battle huge industrial park blaze
More than 80 Firefighters from across Hampshire were sent to GEA Searles at Colingwood Retail Park in Fareham at around 11.45pm to reports of a fire.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Hair salons a cut above at awards
Strands Hairdressing, which has salons in Fareham and Whiteley, had an audience of more than 100 guests to honour the winners at the Marriott Hotel in Portsmouth.
Hundreds pack meeting over threat to scrap village bus route
THE BATTLE over buses in a Hampshire village raged on last night as hundreds of villagers packed into a meeting on the controversial issue.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Town pubs call on organisers to hold more beer bashes
CALLS have been made for more beer festivals to be held as pubs enjoyed big success on the back of Gosport's Winterfest.
An elderly Hampshire couple died in a horror crash last night, police have revealed.
They were travelling south on the A34 when their red Ford Fusion car careered off the road and landed on its roof.