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  1. Charity football match a St Mary's in aid of Southampton rock starRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Daily Echo

    A CHARITY football match in aid of a much-loved city rockstar who needs to raise money for a potentially life-saving cancer treatment is being held in Southampton . Players and spectators are being invited to the day being held for Delays' frontman Greg Gilbert who was diagnosed with stage four bowel cancer and secondary lung cancer in December.

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  2. Puel expects Romeu return to lift Southampton in Chelsea clashRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Channelnewsasia.com

    Southampton's Oriol Romeu will give the club's midfield a significant boost when he returns from a two-match suspension for Tuesday's match against Chelsea, manager Claude Puel said. Britain Football Soccer - Southampton Training - Southampton Training Ground, Southampton, England - 2/11/16 Southampton's Oriol Romeu during training Action Images via Reuters / Peter Cziborra Livepic REUTERS: Southampton's Oriol Romeu will give the club's midfield a significant boost when he returns from a two-match suspension for Tuesday's match against Chelsea, manager Claude Puel said.

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  3. Lloris: Chelsea defeat won't hurt Tottenham title bidRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Goal.com

    The Spurs captain believes that the White Hart Lane outfit will bounce back from defeat to the league leaders in the FA Cup semi-final Hugo Lloris says Tottenham are not too damaged by their 4-2 defeat to Chelsea and will be ready to fight for the Premier League title in a busy week for both clubs. The two top teams in England were drawn to face each other in the FA Cup semi-final but will quickly turn their attentions to the title race with Chelsea playing Southampton at Stamford Bridge on Tuesday while Spurs face an away trip to Crystal Palace the following night.

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  4. Sydenhams League Cup finalists Sholing and Baffins end league campaign on a highRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Romsey Advertiser

    Favourites Sholing had home debutant Bradey Norton to thank for acrobatically clinching a 3-2 win over Team Solent at the Universal Stadium. Sholing's cup final opponents at AFC Portchester 's Blanchard Wells Stadium will Division One runners-up Baffins Milton Rovers, who capped off their promotion-winning campaign by out-gunning Totton & Eling 4-0 at Millers Park.

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  5. Fur coat worn by Titanic survivor sold for over 230,000 USDRead the original story

    Sunday | Xinhuanet

    ... the so-called unsinkable Titanic struck an iceberg and sank in April 1912, on its maiden voyage from Southampton, England, to New York. The coat was one of the star attractions at a Titanic, White Star and Liner memorabilia sale, held by Auctioneers ...

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  6. Here are your St George's Day Community Award nomineesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Echo

    To celebrate the day, the Daily Echo, Southampton City Council, Mettricks and Southampton Voluntary Services have united to host the second St George's Day Community Awards. A month ago we asked our readers to nominate people who have made a difference to the city of Southampton.

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  7. Chelsea's EPL title chances 50 percent: Antonio ConteRead the original story

    Sunday | The Oak Ridge Observer

    The Blues' lead at the top of the Premier League was cut to just four points after defeat at Manchester United, combined with Spurs home win over Bournemouth. But in a pointed reference to Chelsea's struggles last season under Jose Mourinho, now the United manager, he said his team's quest for the title deserved to be considered a " miracle ".

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  8. Driver caught over drink and drug limits is sentencedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Echo

    Luke Colin Stokes, 22, of Woodlands Way, Bursledon , admitted driving over the legal limit in Hamble Lane, Southampton, and possessing cocaine, both on February 4. Southampton Magistrates' Court heard Stokes also had 25 milligrammes of cocaine per litre of his blood when the legal limit is 10. As well as this he also had 200 milligrammes of Benzoylecgonine - a main compounds in cocaine per litre of his blood. The limit is 50. Stokes was fined A 500, ordered to pay a A 50 victim surcharge and A 85 in costs.

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  9. Claus ShellingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | Monterey County Weekly

    ... In March of 1939, my parents and I flew from Hamburg to London, then boarded a Dutch freighter in Southampton, England. We sailed through the Panama Canal, then into San Francisco Bay on April 14, 1939. It was a beautiful, sunny morning. We stayed ...

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  10. Disabled woman feared she would be mauled to death by dogRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | Bournemouth Echo

    A DISABLED woman who was attacked by an out of control dog in the New Forest feared she was going to be "mauled to death". Claudia Batchelor was dragged to the ground by a French bull mastiff last August, before it turned on her much smaller dog Barney.

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  11. Police launch amnesty after surge in knife crimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | Daily Echo

    Owners of knives and blades will be able to hand them into Southampton Central police station and Portswood police station without fear of prosecution, until Friday, May 12. The 49-year-old confronted three drug dealers with a sawn-off shotgun when he was stabbed in the back. A witness in Kent Street on March 2 said she and three others were approached by a man who walked towards them and started shouting and swearing.

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  12. Customer's van 'broke down at 35mph' just minutes after leaving car dealerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | Daily Echo

    A FORMER serviceman has told how the engine of his van cut out when it reached 35mph just minutes after leaving the Southampton car dealership he bought it from. Danny Critchley appeared over a video link from Australia and told Salisbury Crown Court how he was also given two "unsafe" and "dangerous" courtesy vans, one of which had problems with its brakes.

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  13. Southampton Marathon 'will bring A 1million to city's economy'Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | Daily Echo

    Months of training will see ten thousand runners pound the city streets tomorrow, bringing A 1 million into the Southampton economy. One of the biggest days in the city's sporting history will welcome 1,500 runners to the first full marathon in more than three decades.

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  14. PHOTOS: Investigation launched into devastating fire which destroyed four businessesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 22 | Daily Echo

    Part of Southampton came to a standstill on Thursday as flames engulfed four car repair services, with police closing roads and the ambulance service advising residents to shut doors and windows. After the blaze on Empress Road, fire crews remained at the scene until 9.25am yesterday , as the scene remained unsafe.

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  15. Queen Elizabeth II's 91 years, in a cruise lover's eyeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | USA Today

    Queen Elizabeth II's 91 years, in a cruise lover's eye The British monarch has launched or named 23 ships, including Cunard flagship Queen Mary 2 Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2pLlm6g Britain's Queen Elizabeth II waves to attendees at the christening of P&O Cruises' new flagship, the 143,000-ton Britannia, in Southampton, England on March 10, 2015. Queen Elizabeth II has a word with her husband, Prince Philip, while on stage at the christening of P&O Cruises' Britannia.

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  16. Mr Raymond GibsonRead the original story

    Friday Apr 21 | Isle of Wight County Press

    FIFTEEN motorcyclists from the Royal British Legion's Riders branch formed part of the funeral cortege for Raymond Gibson, a former IW county chairman of the RBL, who has died, aged 80. Mr Gibson's casket was accompanied by the motorcyclists from his home in Langbridge, near Newchurch, to the IW Crematorium, Whippingham, last Wednesday. At the crematorium, the cortege was escorted into the building by a number of forces organisations, represented by their standards, which included the IW branch of the Regimental Association of The Rifles and The Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment , the IW, East Cowes and Brighstone branches of the RBL, and the IW Fire and Rescue Service.

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  17. Photo tour: Ship christenings with Queen Elizabeth IIRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 10, 2015 | USA Today

    Britain's Queen Elizabeth II waves to attendees at the christening of P&O Cruises' new flagship, the 143,000-ton Britannia, in Southampton, England on March 10, 2015. Photo tour: Ship christenings with Queen Elizabeth II Britain's Queen Elizabeth II waves to attendees at the christening of P&O Cruises' new flagship, the 143,000-ton Britannia, in Southampton, England on March 10, 2015.

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  18. Everything runners, spectators and residents need to know about Southampton ABP MarathonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | Daily Echo

    It's a lot to take in, but we've put together everything runners and spectators need to know right here. The majority of council car parks will be open from 6am, with Westquay parking now open 24 hours a day.

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  19. The Amazons return to Southampton for biggest show so farRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 21 | Daily Echo

    THE SUMMER festival season is still to come, but indie rockers The Amazons have already announced a ten date autumn tour and are returning to Southampton . The band, who are championed by some of the most influential names in music, are veterans of playing here and sold out The Joiners last month.

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  20. Richard Burbage - linked with Stanley Rudgley and Woolston Cars Supermarket..Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 20 | Daily Echo

    A FATHER has told a court how he spent thousands of pounds on a car he thought had 54,000 miles on the clock when in reality it had covered more than 139,000. Mark Evans was giving evidence against a gang of Hampshire car dealers accused of taking more than one million miles off vehicle odometers before selling the cars to unsuspecting members of the public.

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