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Southampton, England Newswire

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  1. Thousands of tonnes of plastic that were meant to be recycled will now be burnedRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Mail on Sunday

    Thousands of tonnes of mixed plastics which were meant for recycling are now set to be burned in Britain after councils shut their recycling banks. The banks were used to collect yoghurt pots, margarine tubs, fruit punnets, plastic trays, bottle tops, cartons and takeaway coffee cups, which could not be put out with kerbside recycling.

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  2. Southampton Airport expansion plans put before public - and the reviews were mixedRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Daily Echo

    PLANS to expand Southampton Airport were met with mixed reviews from locals who took the chance to see them at the penultimate consultation. Residents from across the area expressed concerns over noise and air pollution, as well as falling property values after the proposals to extended its runway were on display at Bitterne Park School.

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  3. Row erupts over city roadworks after thousands left sitting in jams across SouthamptonRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Daily Echo

    Traffic has been brought to a standstill while "substantial" and emergency works have been carried out within miles of each other. On Tuesday emergency works to repair a gas leak on the Totton bypass left one lane closed for 24 hours.

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  4. Gallagher Acquires UK Commercial Broker PortmoreRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Insurance Journal West

    Global insurance broker, risk management services and consulting firm Gallagher announces the acquisition of Portmore Insurance Brokers Ltd. and Portmore Insurance Brokers Ltd. in the UK. Based in Southampton, England, Portmore was established in 2006 as a mid-market focused commercial insurance broker offering tailored insurance programs for a wide range of industry sectors, which encompass both private and public sector businesses.

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  5. Trump's embrace of dictators: The things that inspire the president will make you sickRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Raw Story

    ... Winthrop's address in 1630 just before the first group of Massachusetts Bay colonists set sail from Southampton, England to establish a colony in the new world that became the city of Boston. He charged his fellow Puritans "that we shall be as a ...

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  6. Woman pursues tie to Titanic's black familyRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | RSM News

    ... when it sank April 15, 1912. In this April 10, 1912, file photo, the luxury liner Titanic departs Southampton, England, on her maiden voyage to New York. Four days later, it struck an iceberg off the coast of Newfoundland and sank in the early hours ...

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  7. Man found dead at New Forest campsite, inquest hearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bournemouth Echo

    Andrew Frank Tribbeck, 51, was found at the Roundhill Campsite, Beaulieu Road, near Brockenhurst , on October 1, the Winchester inquest was told. A post-mortem on Mr Tribbeck, of Rosemount Road, Bournemouth, has been carried out at Southampton General Hospital by Dr Jeffrey Theaker.

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  8. Trump is in love with dictators; their "enemies of the people" are his enemies tooRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Salon

    ... Winthrop's address in 1630 just before the first group of Massachusetts Bay colonists set sail from Southampton, England to establish a colony in the new world that became the city of Boston. He charged his fellow Puritans "that we shall be as a ...

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  9. Civic chefs backing campaign to tackle hate crimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Daily Echo

    The city council is one of the key partners in the Love Don't Hate initiative, launched following the publication of new figures which show the problem is worse in Southampton than almost anywhere else. According to SPECTRUM almost 600 hate crimes were reported in 2016-17 - a 30 per cent increase on the previous 12 months.

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  10. Politician who sought daddy/son relationships on Grindr gets 17 years for hosting teen sex partiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Queerty

    A local politician from the U.K. was just convicted of over a dozen sex charges involving multiple teenagers in a Southampton Crown Court. 49-year-old Mark McCormick is the former chair of Bursledon Parish Council in Hampshire, England.

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  11. Non-League round-up: AFC Totton romp to Trophy win; Winchester lose on the roadRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Romsey Advertiser

    AFC T OTTON will travel to Gosport Borough in the FA Trophy first qualifying round on Saturday week . After squandering chances galore in Saturday's 1-1 draw with North Leigh, Louis Langdown's men packed their shooting boots for tonight's Eynsham Hall Park replay, routing the Oxfordshire side 5-1.

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  12. Man banned from keeping horses after leaving one in this awful stateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Bournemouth Echo

    A NEW FOREST man has been banned from keeping horses after he caused 'necessary suffering' to a filly - who was left tethered with 'awful hooves and teeth' and an untreated lice infestation. Appearing at Southampton Magistrates' Court, Jason Cooper, of Pound Road, Pennington, was convicted of ill-treating the piebald filly - later named 'Tippee' - who he had left tethered next to a stallion.

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  13. 'She was the most unique child I know'- Lucy McHugh's mum reveals heartbreak over her deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Daily Echo

    The mother of Southampton murdered teenager Lucy McHugh has spoken for the first time after the body of her 13-year-old daughter was found at Southampton Sports Centre on July 26. Stacey White has spoken at length of the plans the Redbridge Community School pupil had for her future, how difficult life is without her, and has launched a message to everyone to find time for people they care, just as Lucy did. "She always made time for everybody.

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  14. Combined Solent Authority plans scrapped by WestminsterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | Hampshire Chronicle

    PLANS to create a combined Solent authority, which would have given the region more delegated powers, have been scrapped by Westminster but local councils were not told. The news was revealed by South Portsmouth MP Stephen Morgan who received a letter from Devolution Minister Jake Berry which noted "the 2016 devolution deal is not on the table."

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  15. Lucy McHugh's mother felt 'complete emptiness' after daughter's deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 15 | Newsday

    The mother of a teenage girl who was found stabbed to death said she has experienced "complete emptiness and disbelief" since losing her daughter. "The biggest, smiling person in our lives has been taken and she's never going to come back," she said.

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  16. PHOTOS: More than 1,000 runners turn out as Clarendon Way Marathon returnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Hampshire Chronicle

    More than 1,000 people took part in the Rotary-organised Clarendon Marathon on Sunday for the 20th year of the event. While some ran the full 26.2 miles along the ancient Clarendon Way, others took part in a half-marathon, starting in Broughton.

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  17. Police remain tight-lipped over new Lucy McHugh searchRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Daily Echo

    Officers confirmed the new searches on the north side of the Sports Centre near Golf Course Road concluded on Thursday night. But when asked the reason for the new search or if anything had been found, a spokesperson for Hampshire Constabulary stated "there is nothing further to add".

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  18. In The Dock: Seven people who have appeared in courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Bournemouth Echo

    ABDI JAMA, aged 32 and of Broomcroft Avenue, Northolt, Middlesex, admits being drunk and disorderly in Richmond Hill on September 16. Fined 250, to pay a 30 surcharge, to pay 85 costs. WILSON SANTOS, aged 21 and of Langthorne Street, Fulham, London, admits entering as a trespasser a dwelling in Birch Drive, Bournemouth on September 14 with intent to steal therein.

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  19. 'New lead' sees detectives search play park for Lucy McHugh murder weaponRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 12 | Daily Mail

    Detectives search children's play park for murder weapon used to kill 13-year-old schoolgirl Lucy McHugh following 'new lead' Detectives investigating the murder of 13-year-old Lucy McHugh today began fresh searches for a murder weapon at a play park. It comes 11 weeks after the bloodied schoolgirl's body was found in woodland close to an outdoor sports centre.

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  20. Where to go pumpkin picking in Hampshire and the New ForestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 12 | Daily Echo

    If you'd rather choose your pumpkin from a farm than buy one from the supermarket shelf, here are a few places to visit across Hampshire and the New Forest . Pumpkin Picking Patch has planted 150,000 seeds of more than 15 varieties of pumpkins and gourds on 30 acres across their two sites in Fordingbridge and West Sussex.

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