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  1. Thank you students for the big litter pickRead the original story w/Photo

    10 min ago | Daily Echo

    Students of the Itchen Sixth Form College student's union who participated in a litter-pick on the Veracity Sports Ground in Peartree on June 24. A sizeable amount of rubbish was collected and taken away by the parks team of Southampton City Council who also provided the equipment. Can I also take this opportunity to thank those individuals who have worked so hard over many years to see new play equipment being built on Freemantle Common in Peartree.

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  2. Back to the days of the slum landlordsRead the original story w/Photo

    10 min ago | Daily Echo

    I live in an already densely populated part of Southampton in a street that contains mainly large, terraced Edwardian family-sized homes. Unfortunately, these houses are being bought-up by developers who are converting the properties in three to four self ccontained rented flats.

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  3. FA Vase drawRead the original story w/Photo

    15 min ago | Daily Echo

    SEVERAL Sydenhams Wessex League clubs are dreaming of Wembley following the draw for the first two qualifying rounds of the FA Vase . Sholing , the 2014 winners, have a first-round bye.

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  4. Trial date set for medics charged over death of woman who travelled from Ireland to UK for abortionRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Independent.ie

    Three medics will go on trial next year charged over the death of a woman who travelled from Ireland for an abortion in England. Aisha Chithira, 32, died after having a termination at a Marie Stopes clinic in Ealing, west London, on January 21 2012.

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  5. Doubt cast on Broughton Church's Napoleonic gravestone BRITAIN has...Read the original story

    1 hr ago | Cravenherald.co.uk

    BRITAIN has just celebrated the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, which saw the defeat of the French army and the end of Napoleon's ambitions for European dominance. A gravestone at All Saints' Church, Broughton, remembers Waterloo veteran Enoch Hall who was one of the guards who escorted Napoleon to exile in St Helena.

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  6. Six Fixtures MovedRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Everton FC

    Five of Everton's opening seven 2015/16 Barclays Premier League fixtures have been rescheduled as a result of live broadcast selection. In addition, the Merseyside derby at Goodison has been rearranged for Sunday 4 October due to Liverpool's involvement in the Europa League.

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  7. Sarum Academy offers a wide variety of experiencesRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Salisbury Journal

    The impressive 100 per cent pass rate on results on all A-level courses and the fact pupils achieve highly in all work-related courses were praised in the most recent report, with the Sixth Form being awarded 'Good' overall. Pupils aged 16-18 have the opportunity to not only study a diverse range of traditional A-level subjects and a wide selection of BTEC courses but can equally pursue specialist pathways in either football or hairdressing.

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  8. The Aristocrats & Thoroughly Modern Millie, King's TheatreRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Echo

    HAMPSHIRE musical theatre school, The Academy of Musical Theatre, will be making its debut at the King's Theatre in Southsea on Saturday, July 11, with not one, but two fantastic musicals. The junior students will be performing the jazzy and dynamic Disney hit, The Aristocats, adapted for the stage for a younger audience.

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  9. Car crash prompted woman's new lifeRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Daily Echo

    AMY Webb knew she and her family had had a miraculous escape when they emerged unscathed from a serious car crash. It proved to be a life changing moment that put the Hampshire mother-of-three on the path towards working in the church.

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  10. Station Road closure will not go ahead this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Get Reading

    Developers cite 'technical' reasons for not going ahead with the road closures and one-way system reversal connected to the Thames Tower facelift The closure of Station Road in Reading town centre will not go ahead this weekend as planned for "technical reasons" Sarah Millington, spokeswoman for Bowmer & Kirkland who are to carry out work a major refurbishment on Thames Tower, confirmed the proposed closure of Station Road due to go ahead at 4am tomorrow Saturday, July 4, until 4am on Monday, July 6, will not now take place. The closure was to move a 500-tonne mobile crane into position to lift a tower crane on to the top of Thames Tower in order to build four further storeys on the building.

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  11. Wealdstone start season with Bath City trip Wealdstone will start...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Harrow Times

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  12. Hook and Newnham Basics determined to hang on to top spot SOUTHERN...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Basingstoke Gazette

    SOUTHERN League Division One leaders Hook and Newnham Basics are determined to maintain their form in the second half of the season. At the midway point in the season, things are looking good for Hook, who have lost just once and lead second-placed New Milton by 10 points.

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  13. Schoolboy aged 13 fighting for life after suffering horrific injuries ...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk

    He and a 12-year-old friend both suffered horrific injuries in what appears to have been a random attack in Havant, Hampshire. Declan - who grew up in Cowlersley - moved to the south a year ago as his stepfather James, who serves in the Army, was given a new posting.

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  14. North East Hampshire makes the most of the heat waveRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Fleet News and Mail

    Farnborough Airport report says there will be fewer aircraft flying over Fleet and Church Crookham, but other villages to the west of the airport will experience and increase Farnborough FC are waiting to hear from Ryman League chiefs what punishment they face for an alleged breach of their CVA A slip of the tongue by a presenter on ITV's Good Morning Britain while broadcasting in Aldershot caused a stir. WARNING: CONTAINS LANGUAGE SOME MAY FIND OFFENSIVE A brief look at how you have been enjoying the summer weather - but make the most of it as storms are coming! As temperatures peaked at just over 36 degrees Celcius this week , people across north east Hampshire took to the outdoors to soak up some rays.

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  15. North Hampshire marks Armed Forces DayRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Basingstoke Gazette

    The village of Odiham held its regular parade and Bands and Booze music festival, while tanks and military vehicles were on display at a Basingstoke museum. The seventh annual Armed Forces Day took place on Saturday and was originally established as a way of supporting the contribution made by those in the services.

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  16. Book of condolence opened for victims of Tunisia terror attack a Book ...Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Basingstoke Gazette

    A BOOK of condolence has opened in Basingstoke to remember David Thompson and the 37 others who died in the beach massacre in Tunisia. People from across the borough, including those at St Paul's Church in Tadley, close to Mr Thompson's home, observed a minute's silence at midday today to honour the victims.

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  17. Family remembered as princess unveils war horse statueRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Romsey Advertiser

    THE unveiling of the war horse statue by Princess Anne in Romsey today has special family significance for Vera Blundell, from Ashurst, in the New Forest . The sculpture pays tribute to the hundreds of thousands of horses and mules prepared for the front during the First World War at the Remount camp on Pauncefoot Hill on the outskirts of the town.

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  18. House fire tackled by firefightersRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Daily Echo

    Crews from Gosport were called to the fire in a bedroom of a home in Elmore Avenue, Lee-on-the-Solent which they dealt with using a jet, two breathing apparatus and fans. Remember you are personally responsible for what you post on this site and must abide by our site terms .

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  19. Airport 'listens to neighbours' concerns' in redesign of flight pathsRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Fleet News and Mail

    Farnborough Airport report says there will be fewer aircraft flying over Fleet and Church Crookham, but other villages to the west of the airport will experience and increase Farnborough FC are waiting to hear from Ryman League chiefs what punishment they face for an alleged breach of their CVA A slip of the tongue by a presenter on ITV's Good Morning Britain while broadcasting in Aldershot caused a stir.

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  20. Localism branded a 'sham' after government overrules rejection of 300 homesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Fleet News and Mail

    The inquest of a man who was found in mysterious circumstances in Winchfield has concluded he died after falling off his tricycle into a ditch Farnborough FC are waiting to hear from Ryman League chiefs what punishment they face for an alleged breach of their CVA A slip of the tongue by a presenter on ITV's Good Morning Britain while broadcasting in Aldershot caused a stir. WARNING: CONTAINS LANGUAGE SOME MAY FIND OFFENSIVE Campaigners claim localism is a 'sham' after a government inspector overruled the wishes of a community and granted plans to build 300 more homes on green fields in Church Crookham .

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