1 hr ago | Heraldseries.co.uk
DIDCOT'S iconic cooling towers should live on as an adventure park and giant mural, according to a woman inspired by a redundant power plant in South Africa.
6 hrs ago | Basingstoke Gazette
Julie Bell was discovered at her home in Doswell Way, South View, Basingstoke, by her daughter Shona Bell on March 10 this year.
7 hrs ago | New Pittsburgh Courier Online
A rising star in Britain's Labour Party, described by some as the "British Barack Obama," Chuka Umunna urged the United Kingdom to more aggressively forge ties with West Africa's fast-growing economies.
8 hrs ago | Evening News
UKIP has thrown down the gauntlet in Great Yarmouth and vowed to build on its county council triumphs by winning the parliamentary seat there.
11 hrs ago | BBC News
A man has died and two other people are critically ill after a light aircraft crashed at Caernarfon Airport in Gwynedd, police have confirmed.
14 hrs ago | Reuters
An independent Scotland would have a vastly oversized financial sector that would leave it vulnerable to a Cyprus-style banking crisis, Britain's finance ministry says.
14 hrs ago | Witney Gazette
Oxford charity Pond Conservation has received initial support for a £965,000 bid from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
14 hrs ago | Daily Echo
A residential building was completely wrecked and cordoned off with police tape across the front gate this morning.
17 hrs ago | Romsey Advertiser
Novice female cyclists who are put off by gaining confidence on bikes with mixed groups can take part in a series of women-only collective rides in Winchester.
18 hrs ago | Basingstoke Gazette
JUST like everyone else, the owners of a new children's adventure park are hoping for a good summer this year.
18 hrs ago | South End Standard
AN investigation has been launched after a fire broke out in a Laindon home in the early hours of the morning.
Protesters gathered in a fenland town to hear speakers, many carrying placards calling for an end to migration and for Britain to leave the EU.
Wisbech anti-immigration demo organiser Dean Everitt said that UKIP speakers withdrew from today's rally for fear the media "would use their appearance as racist propaganda". Mr Everitt told a crowd of some 300 in Wisbech Park that two Lincolnshire UKIP councillors originally due to speak had sent letters explaining their position.
People who attended the service in Buckley shared memories of Miss Gowing, who was described as a lovely person with a great sense of humour.