Hampshire County, England Newswire (Page 4)

Hampshire County, England Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. A27 improvements will only be a 'sticking plaster'Read the original story

    Friday | Midhurst and Petworth

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. All of the options being considered to upgrade the A27 will provide only a 'sticking plaster' solution to Chichester's traffic woes.

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  2. Surrey Police detectives in misconduct probe over woman's arrestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Surrey Advertiser

    Three Surrey Police detectives are under investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission for alleged misconduct relating to the arrest of a woman. A detective inspector has been served with a gross misconduct notice, while a detective sergeant and a detective constable have been handed misconduct notices.

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  3. Returning Robertson on the score sheet for TownRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Basingstoke Gazette

    RETURNING Andover Town star Ike Robertson scored his side's only goal as they drew 1-1 against Warminster in their penultimate pre-season friendly. The midfielder, who returned to Town's teamsheet for the first time in more than a year, scored the equaliser during the friendly fixture held at Sparsholt College on Saturday.

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  4. Aerostar Bacau, designated the Best Supplier of the Year by GKN AerospaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Nine O'Clock

    Aerostar Bacau won the prize for the Best Supplier of the Year for one of the world leaders of the aviation industry. Aerostar Bacau obtained the prize for The Best Supplier of the Year for 2015/2016 period, at the 10th edition of the prizes offered by the company GKN Aerospace, one of the world leaders in the aeronautic components industry.

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  5. Farnborough resident raises concerns over murky pond water and 'threat to park wildlife'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Fleet News and Mail

    "If our local parks are to have ponds and wildlife then we must do all we can to preserve them in good condition for the next generation to enjoy them." A Farnborough resident has raised concerns about the state of the pond in King George V Playing Fields, saying it needs to be better looked after for future generations to enjoy.

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  6. Robbers who targeted Justice Jewellers in Winchester set to be sentenced todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Basingstoke Gazette

    David George, 21, Domingo Nsita, 29 and Joshua Tiloye, 22, have all pleaded guilty for their part in the armed robbery of Justice Jewellers, in Parchment Street. They pleaded guilty to one count of armed robbery and another count of possessing an imitation firearm with intent to cause fear of violence.

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  7. Junior News and Mail - August 3, 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Fleet News and Mail

    This week's book reviews are for The Emergency Zoo by Miriam Halahmy, and King Flashypants and the Evil Emperor by Andy Riley. Thirty-one members have birthdays from August 3 to 9. Birthday members aged from two to five will receive a voucher for Farnborough Leisure Centre's soft play area, Adventure Reef.

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  8. Woman photographed vacuuming the pavement - people can't decide if it's posh or lazyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Mirror.co.uk

    If you've got a bit of dirt on the pavement outside your house, what's your chosen method of getting rid of it? One woman in Henley-on-Thames decided to take a Henry hoover outside a branch of Cafe Rouge, reports Get Reading - but it's prompted a little bit of debate. Get Reading decided it was further proof that Henley is a pretty posh place - after all, it does have its own regatta.

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  9. Top recipes from National Trust propertiesRead the original story

    Friday | Sunday Herald

    When you think of the National Trust and its sister organisation the National Trust for Scotland, it's likely you picture lush green lawns, meandering walks and family days out. But for me, the cafes serving the unbelievably delicious food are just as worthy a visit as the historic houses and grand gardens themselves.

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  10. PHOTOS: Curtain comes down on New Forest and Hampshire County ShowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Echo

    The curtain has come down on the New Forest and Hampshire County Show following a feast of family entertainment that wowed spectators from across the south. Tens of thousands of people flocked to New Park, Brockenhurst, for the annual celebration of food, farming and the countryside.

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  11. Beach football: Bournemouth's Erin Leonard to represent England at first European championshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Bournemouth Echo

    BOURNEMOUTH'S Erin Leonard is set to make history by taking part in the inaugural Women's Euro Beach Soccer Cup this weekend. The event kicks off in Cascais, Portugal tomorrow with England playing twice on Saturday against Switzerland and Greece .

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  12. Convicted rapist employed by delivery firm Yodel for six months...Read the original story

    Thursday | Fleet News and Mail

    Yodel employee Nicholas Laloo worked in the Farnborough area for six months before a client asked for background checks to be run A convicted rapist worked for a national delivery company at its Farnborough depot for six months before any background checks were carried out, Get Hampshire has learned. Through a third party supplier, Yodel, a parcel delivery service for many of the UK's leading retailers, employed rapist Nicholas Laloo at its depot in Summit Avenue between October last year and April.

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  13. Ten near-misses which show why you should never trespass on the railwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | Clacton and Frinton Gazette

    SHOCKING footage of people trespassing on the railway has been released by the British Transport Police to prevent more people risking their lives this summer. The authority has issued a warning to young people as trespass figures rose across the east of England last year.

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  14. Portsmouth GPs blasted for failing to give out vital diabetes dataRead the original story

    Thursday | Portsmouth Today

    A CHARITY has hit out at the 'unacceptably low' number of GP practices in Portsmouth supplying crucial data on patients with diabetes. Diabetes UK has launched a campaign to increase the number of doctors in the Portsmouth Clinical Commissioning Group area giving information about patients' annual diabetes checks.

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  15. Portsmouth pervert caught using Facebook alias to promote pubRead the original story

    Thursday | Portsmouth Today

    The 24-year-old businessman was given a suspended jail sentence last year for admitting child sex crimes against girls he contacted through underage club nights . As a result, strict requirements were imposed which meant he had to declare any alias or social media profiles he used.

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  16. Huge A 1m appeal for domestic abuse refugeRead the original story

    Thursday | Portsmouth Today

    Southern Domestic Abuse Service aims to raise this amount to buy and then staff a refuge in south-east Hampshire. The safe house is where victims of domestic abuse can stay, with their children, until they are confident and safe enough to move on.

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    Thursday | This Is Staffordshire

    TRENT City Council is set to become one of the first local authorities in the country to launch its own lottery. Council leader Dave Conway says the 'Potto Lotto' will be used to raise funds for good causes in the city.

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  18. PICTURES: Curtain comes down on the New Forest Show for another yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Bournemouth Echo

    The curtain has come down on the New Forest and Hampshire County Show following a feast of family entertainment that wowed spectators from across the south. Tens of thousands of people flocked to New Park, Brockenhurst , for the annual celebration of food, farming and the countryside.

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  19. Medieval Fun For AllRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Echo

    THE King's Great Ships Trail, a new digital interactive walkway, will be officially launched at a free weekend of medieval entertainment at Manor Farm and Country Park this weekend. From the team behind the Road To Agincourt commemorations, the woodland trail through Manor Farm and Country Park leading to the River Hamble is funded by Tesco's Bags of Help scheme, and will explore the history of the 'great ships ' used by Henry V during the famous Battle of Agincourt.

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  20. PHOTOS: 35 homes hit in one week as police deal with soaring levels of burglariesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Echo

    Patrols are being stepped up in areas which have seen repeated targeting and police are issuing an urgent warning to residents to step up security. Historically burglaries rise during the summer months the warmer weather sees families spend more time outside with windows and sometimes doors left unlocked or open.

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