WINCHESTER City are on the brink of adding winger Nick Watts to their ranks.
ROMSEY Town are preparing for their first-ever Friday game at the Bypass Ground tomorrow after picking up a well-deserved point against in-form Alton last week.
OF all the ‘crimes’ Martin Allen committed in the eyes of Eastleigh fans, letting go of left-back Michael Green was one of the biggest.
A screening of the 1994 classic Pulp Fiction is to be put on at the Undercroft Vault. The secret vault on Simmel Street in Southampton will be screening the film at 7pm, with tickets costing £10 and suitable for those over the age of 18. For more…
A GROUP of former Hampshire addicts have united to take on a 427-mile expedition to raise money for one of the leading addiction charities.
It’s the fundraising campaign like no other
The winners of the tickets to see Saints take on Manchester United in the EFL Cup final have been announced.
A sixth person has been arrested by police investigating an attempted murder.
AS A 71-year-old pensioner (with a small private pension) paying full rent and council tax, I was shocked to read that students pay no council tax.
IT IS encouraging to read that Network Rail are to undertake a study to open a new railway station near the proposed new Garden Town development of 6,000 homes at Welbourne (Daily Echo, February 20).
IT IS so sad to see the pictures of injured and dead animals in the New Forest, victims of poor, bad driving.
AS COUNTY councillor David Harrison writes [Letters, February 20] President Trump has gone much further than Barack Obama before him in barring entry to the USA from Iran, Iraq, Syria, Libya, Sudan, Afghanistan, and the Yemen.
I READ Alan Blandford’s letter in the Echo ‘Save our NHS from disaster’ (February 13) and I believe him to be right in every way.
I HAVE been watching football since 1962, and have never seen a team’s season collapse in the way that Eastleigh’s has.
Gusts of 55mph causing travel chaos as Storm Doris hits Hampshire.
Police are appealing for help after a cash-in-transit driver was targeted in an attempted robbery.
NICK Watts, Ashley Jarvis and Jack Vallis have left AFC Totton amid cost-cutting measures at the Testwood Stadium.
Saints have not entered any fresh formal takeover negotiations, the Daily Echo understands.
A third Southampton bus company is getting into the spirit ahead of Saints' Wembley final on Sunday.
INSTANTLY recognisable with his trademark beard and bobble hat, it’s been announced that award-winning musician Badly Drawn Boy will headline the Sunday night of this year’s Purbeck Valley Folk Festival.
Southampton City Council is set to receive £400,000 to help the city’s rough sleepers.
FIT-AGAIN Callum Hart is under no illusions that “I’ve got to fight for my place” in a Salisbury side that can’t stop winning.
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AN INQUEST will be held after a father-of-four was 'stabbed to death' in a Southampton flat.
SOUTHAMPTON’s E Minor Pop Academy will lend its many sweet voices to Wessex Heartbeat’s 25th Anniversary Variety Show.
Two Royal Navy Senior Ratings from Hampshire and a veteran recently walked from the home of English Rugby to the home of Welsh Rugby to raise funds for Help for Heroes.
Spotted rays are one of the smaller members of the ray family with a four pounder considered a specimen with Gillkicker Point always a good mark for a few early fish.
Jason Clabon took a new UK personal best carp of 50 lb 2 oz from The Blackwater Syndicate on The Isle of Wight when he landed lake record carp Dave at 50 lb 2 oz along with an 18 lb common.
A hole in a wall marks the first step in the project to build a new multi-million pound Hampshire arts centre.
The public are being urged to have their say on multi-million plans for transform a Hampshire town centre.
While in Les Sables d’Olonne competitors continue to stream across the finish line of the Vendée Globe after three and a half months at sea, in Southampton work continues to train up British sailing talent to give them the best chance of competing…
HE'S nearly 3ft tall, wears a top hat and was witness to one of Southampton’s greatest moments.
As bets go it was a no-brainer.
Saints fans are being offered free bus travel across the city on Sunday - provided they wear the club's colours.