Hampshire County, England Newswire (Page 7)

Hampshire County, England Newswire (Page 7)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Hampshire County, England. (Page 7)

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  1. GCSE results day: Latest news and pictures from Southampton, Eastleigh, Winchester and the New ForestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Basingstoke Gazette

    It's the big day for thousands of teenagers across the county who are set to collect their GCSE results today.

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  2. Sunken Treasures: The Curious Science of 7 Famous ShipwrecksRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | LiveScience

    The oceans and coastlines of the world are scattered with thousands of shipwrecks that span thousands of years of history. By some estimates, less than 1 percent of all shipwrecks have been located, and only a small fraction of those have been explored or excavated.

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  3. Time for Totton to stand up and be countedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Romsey Advertiser

    Last Saturday's 2-0 Cup exit at lower league Gillingham Town was the last thing the Stags needed after losing their last home game 6-1 to Larkhall Athletic in the Southern One South & West. Now, with a massively important double header approaching - at Bishops Cleeve on Saturday and at home to Salisbury on Monday - the time has come for the underperforming Testwood Stadium outfit to stand up and be counted, writes Wendy Gee.

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  4. Games fall foul to weatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Salisbury Journal

    UNPLAYABLE pitches after heavy overnight rain caused many Hampshire League matches to be called off but the groundsman at Potterne Park worked hard to keep Verwood 2nds' home fixture with Ellingham 3rds alive but the visitors won by 11 runs despite a five-wicket haul for Ed Hungerford. Openers Brian New and Ali Redfern survived several chances as they put on 124 for Ellingham's first wicket but then fifth-change bowler Hungerford turned the match around taking 8-23 as the visitors were all out for 152 in 41 overs.

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  5. Ellingham are seemingly doomed to the dropRead the original story

    Thursday | Salisbury Journal

    DESPITE a 90-run victory over basement team Totton and Eling 2nds at Picket Post, Ellingham are still almost certain of relegation from County Division 1 even if, by a miracle, they beat the division's top team Alton 2nds in their final league game on Saturday, writes Simon Rowley. Chris Batten and Mark Burrett gave Ellingham a solid start with an opening stand of 51 and Aaron Barker hit 34 on his return but it was Jim Edwards who helped them to 267 before they were all out in the 48th over.

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  6. Hyde faces threat of looming relegationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Salisbury Journal

    HEAVY early morning rain forced relegation-likely Hyde to call off their match with division leaders Hythe and Dibden 2nds. It would take a maximum points' victory when they visit Winton 2nds on Saturday, coupled with defeats for both Cadnam 2nds and Mudeford 2nds, to rescue the north Forest club and enable them to make an 11th hour escape from the danger zone.

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  7. Saints fan who aimed kick at rival supporter's head 'dreamed of becoming Cherries player'Read the original story

    Thursday | Daily Echo

    A SAINTS fan banned from matches after kicking out at a rival supporter once dreamed of becoming a professional footballer himself. It has emerged that Murrey Holmes, who was spared jail after the fracas before a match against West Bromwich Albion, was once on the books at Bournemouth as an aspiring young footballer.

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  8. Comment: Liverpool and Klopp showed Burton Albion the greatest respect with EFL Cup squad selectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Burton Mail

    I had just one reaction as I took my seat on the new Pirelli Stadium press bench at 6.45pm on Tuesday evening. "Well, that's stronger than we were anticipating."

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  9. Come and support Town LadiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Basingstoke Gazette

    IT IS the dawning of a new era for newly promoted Basingstoke Town Ladies on Sunday, when they kick off their Women's Premier League campaign at their new home the Ark Cancer Charity Stadium. The historic game against Southampton Saints kicks off at 2pm and Town Ladies, who will be wearing their brand new kit for the game, are hoping for a big crowd to cheer them on.

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  10. Spurs will hope to continue fine form from last season. Picture: Action ImagesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Enfield Independent

    Tottenham Hotspur will face League One side Gillingham at White Hart Lane in the EFL Cup after The Gills beat Premier League side Watford 2-1 after extra time. The tie is due to be played the week commencing Monday, September 19 and Spurs will hope to progress further than they did last season.

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  11. Helen Caters has been appointed General Manager at Jurys Inn Southampton, United KingdomRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Hospitality Net

    Helen Caters has assumed the role of General Manager at Jurys Inn Southampton effective immediately. Caters will be responsible for managing the 270 bedroom hotel through a A 1.75 million refurbishment program that is well underway.

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  12. Coming to the city at the weekend? Then you might want to get the bus...Read the original story

    Thursday | Portsmouth Today

    Around 120,000 people are expected at this year's festival on Southsea seafront over the weekend and additional bank holiday visitors, Portsmouth is bracing itself for a busy few days. The city council is advising visitors to plan their journey and use public transport, the park-and-ride service, ride a bike or walk to the festival site in order to avoid potential delays stuck in traffic.

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  13. Live blog: GCSE results for Basingstoke and Deane 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Basingstoke Gazette

    AS STUDENTS across the country collect their much-awaited GCSE results, The Gazette team is reporting live from secondary schools in the borough.

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  14. New bus route launched between Reading and TadleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Get Reading

    The tadRed route will run between Tadley and Reading and the company says it aims to 'create new transport links' for travellers. The route will pass through Mortimer Common, Grazeley , Three Mile Cross , Whitley and into Reading, finishing up in Blagrave Street.

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  15. Students across Hampshire set to smash exam records todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Echo

    Several schools across the county were posting the best results in their history as records were being smashed by the class of 2016. Along with schools being compared on the usual benchmark of how many students secure five A* to C grades in GCSE subjects including maths and English, this year schools are also publishing a new figure called Progress 8. That indicator is a measure of how much students have improved in eight subjects across the board, but putting more weight on maths and English.

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  16. ATHLETICS: Henry Church of RSE survives Hangman Ultra with fine fifth-placed finishRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    RUNNING Somewhere Else's very own 'Ultra Man' Henry Church was at it again over the weekend, taking in the 54km Hangman Ultra event which starts and finishes in the village of Longparish, near Andover in Hampshire. The race mainly follows the Test Way northwards towards Berkshire and Combe Gibbet , before turning round and runners retrace their steps back to the starting point.

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  17. Live Live blog: GCSE results for Basingstoke and Deane 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Basingstoke Gazette

    AS STUDENTS across the country collect their much-awaited GCSE results, The Gazette team is reporting live from secondary schools in the borough.

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  18. Shakespeare Appointed Head of SPI Lasers Customer ServiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Photonics Spectra

    THz Photonics: Delivering Fiber Data Rates on Radio Channels With the massive development of optical networks in the past 10 years, optical data rates have now reached several hundred gigabits per second in standard configurations of advanced signal... How Satellite Imagery is Revolutionizing the Study of Archeology The use of satellite imagery is becoming one of the fastest growing tools in the field. The application of multispectral, hyperspectral and panchromatic satellite imaging has led to the discovery of... Optical Delay Lines: Key to Time-Resolved Measurements One of the most critical elements of any time-resolved spectroscopy and dynamics experiment is the optical delay line.

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  19. Deputy ICT Systems Manager - Frimley, Surrey - 33000 - Closes 19/9/16Read the original story

    Wednesday | EduGeek

    Morning all, Currently advertising for a new role within my team at Tomlinscote School & Sixth Form College in Frimley, Camberley. Details on the school site here , please get in touch with any queries. Thanks, Kevin 01276 709050 ext 232

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  20. Hundreds call for safety officer to return after he appears in court charged with teen assaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Echo

    HUNDREDS of people are demanding that a community safety officer who appeared in court accused of assaulting a teenager gets his job back. The Hythe community has rallied around Norman Bareham who was suspended from his duties in April after he was accused of assaulting a teenager in Hythe High Street.

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