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  • J-Rod injury delay Daily Echo: Jay Rodriguez has scored 21 league goals in two seasons for Southampton. Picture: Action Images

    Jay Rodriguez will not be fit enough to return to the Saints team until at least February. read more

  • Pet cats rescued from burning home by firefighters

    TWO cats were dramatically rescued from a burning home by firefighters. read more

  • City homes set new standards Daily Echo:

    Four classically styled new homes are setting new standards of split level, sophisticated accommodation. Occupying a leafy location close to the centre of Winchester, these stunning homes are perfect for commuters who will welcome the easy access to the station. Winchester is highly regarded for its excellent schools including reputable primary and secondary schools as well as one of the country’s top performing sixth form colleges, all within walking distance of Rooksacre. read more

  • SCHOOL REPORT: Well-rounded pupils ‘beyond their years’ when they leave St Winifred’s Daily Echo:

    IT’S a school that strives to provide an environment where every child can meet their full potential. read more

  • We're feeling good for Christmas!

    CHRISTMAS came early for one Hampshire school after government inspectors rated it “good” for the first time in its history. read more

  • Review: Cinderella Daily Echo: Southern Daily Echo

    What I like about recent pantomimes is that every company delivers their unique 'take' on the story. read more

  • REVIEW: The Snow Queen Daily Echo: Southern Daily Echo

    Rebecca Ash was excellent as the heroine, Gerda, who sets out to save her love, Kai (charmingly portrayed by Josh Peters) from the evil Snow Queen. read more

  • REVIEW: Sleeping Beauty

    THEY took the audience through the ages from ballrooms to enchanted woods and spooky dungeons. read more

  • VIDEO: Panto star switches on Southampton's Christmas Tree

    AS performances go it was a cracker - and once again Buttons was the star of the show. read more

  • Secret of northern lights revealed

    A SOUTHAMPTON researcher has helped solve a long-standing space mystery - the origin of one of the colourful displays seen in the night sky. read more

  • Child safety should be the focus for landlords Daily Echo:

    Child safety is at the forefront when many people are shopping at this time of year but, professionally, it should also be a concern for landlords. read more

  • A frozen fairytale to take to stage Daily Echo:

    ICE dancing phenomenon The Russian Ice Stars will transform Bournemouth Pavilion Theatre into a magical frozen wonderland in January as the UK Tour of Snow White on Ice visits on January 22 to January 25. read more

  • ‘Wake up call’ led to Christmas single Daily Echo:

    SHE is no stranger to the spotlight, and now a Hampshire woman is hoping her Christmas single will hit the number one chart spot. read more

  • Michael’s Happy and Glorious return to south Daily Echo:

    MICHAEL McIntyre returns with his hotly anticipated brand new stand-up show Happy & Glorious in the new year and dates have been announced in Bournemouth. read more

  • Luxurious family home in the best of locations

    This stunning period home is currently undergoing modernisation, redecoration and re-carpeting throughout to make it a luxurious family home. Situated in the prime location of Peninsula Square, the train station and city centre are just a few minutes’ walk away. Winchester combines the best of both worlds with history and an inspirational atmosphere. The winding streets offer hidden bookshops, boutiques, a wide selection of restaurants, contemporary bars, theatres, cinema and excellent leisure facilities. read more

  • Carberry given all-clear for Big Bash Daily Echo: MICHAEL CARBERRY (LMI Photography)

    MICHAEL Carberry is expected to make his Big Bash debut for the Perth Scorchers on Monday – despite an injury scare. read more

  • Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2010

    Notice under Articles 11 and 32 of the Town and Country Planning (Development Management Procedure) (England) Order 2010 Proposed development on land at the east of Sovereign Drive and Precosa, Road Botley. I give notice that Bewley Homes Pic having applied to the Eastleigh Borough Council for planning permission for 'residential development comprising 106 dwelling units, new access from Sovereign Drive, new roads, public open space, landscaping and drainage works following demolition of 47 Sovereign Drive, 1 Precosa Road and Hatts Copse House (net 103 dwellings)' is appealing to the Secretary of State against the decision of the Council. Any owner of the land* or tenant** who wishes to make representations about this appeal should write to:-The Planning Inspectorate, Temple Quay House, 2 The Square, Bristol, BS1 6PN by 2nd January 2015. If you decide to make representations you should make it clear that you are an owner of the appeal site or tenant of an agricultural holding on the site and you should give the site address. *"owner" means a person having a freehold interest or a leasehold interest the unexpired term of which is not less than seven years, on in the case of development consisting of the winning or working of minerals, a person entitled to an interest in a mineral in the land (other than oil, gas, coal, gold or silver) **"tenant" meansa tenantofan agricultural holding anypartofwhich is comprised in the land. Signed On behalf of: Bewley Homes Pic Date 16.12.2014 read more

  • NAVITUS BAY WIND PARK

    NAVITUS BAY WIND PARK SECTIONS 91 AND 93 PLANNING ACT 2008 RULE 13(6) INFRASTRUCTURE PLANNING (EXAMINATION PROCEDURE) RULES 2010 THE PROPOSED NAVITUS BAY WIND PARK ORDER APPLICATION REFERENCE: EN010024 NOTIFICATION OF HEARINGS 1. Notice is given that an open floor hearing will be held by the Examining Authority for the examination of the application made by Navitus Bay Development Limited (the Applicant) of 1 Kingmaker Court, Warwick Technology Park, Warwick CV34 6WG for a Development Consent Order (DCO) under sections 14,15 and 37 of the Planning Act 2008 for the Navitus Bay Wind Park (the Application). The Application was made on 10 April 2014 and accepted on 8 May 2014 (reference: EN010024). Notice is given that an open floor hearing will be held by the Examining Authority for the examination of the application made by Navitus Bay Development Limited (the Applicant) of 1 Kingmaker Court, Warwick Technology Park, Warwick CV34 6WG for a Development Consent Order (DCO) under sections and 37 of the Planning Act 2008 for the Navitus Bay Wind Park (the Application). The Application was made on April 2014 and accepted on 8 May 2014 (reference: EN010024). 2. The hearings will be held as indicated, for times please refer to the Planning Inspectorate website below: v NAVITUSBAY onshore substation in proximity to the National Grid substation at Mannington in Dorset and an underground connection between the two substations. . A copy of the Application form and accompanying plans, maps and other documents may be inspected free of charge at the following public locations: Location | Poole Central Library, Dolphin Centre, Poole, BH15 1QE Mon - Fri 9am - 6pm Sat 9am - 5pm Opening hours Bournemouth Library, 22 The Triangle, Bournemouth, BH2 5RQ Mon 10am - 7pm Tue 930am-7pm Wed 930am-5pm Thu 930am-7pm Fri 930am-7pm Sat 10am-4pm Christchurch Library, 29 High Street, Town Centre, Christchurch, BH231AW Mon 9.30am - 5.30pm Tue 10am-7pm Wed 9.30am- 1pm Thu 930am-7pm Fri 9.30am-530pm Sat 9am -4pm Swanage Library, High Street Swanage, BH19 2NU Mon 10am - 6.30pm Tue closed Wed 9.30am- 5pm Thu closed Fri 9.30am - 5pm Sat 9.30am -4pm West Moors Library, 203 Station Road, West Moors, Ferndown, BH22 0JD Mon 2pm-5pm Tue 2pm - 6.30pm Thu 9.30am- 1pm & 2pm-5pm Fri 9.30am - 1pm Sat 10am- 12.30pm New Milton Library, Gore Road, New Milton, BH25 6RW Mon 9am-5pm Tue 9am - 5pm Thu 9am -7pm Fri 9am -5pm Sat 9am - 1pm Lord Louis Library, Orchard Street, Newport, Isle of Wight, P030 ILL Mon 9am-5.30pm Tue 9am - 5.30pm Wed 9am- 5.30pm Thu 11am-7pm Fri 9am - 5.30pm Sat 9am-5pm Hearing Date Location Issue Specific Hearing relating to the Development Consent Order and Deemed Marine Licences Wednesday 21 January 2015 Bournemouth Highcliff Marriott Hotel St Michael's Road, West Cliff Bournemouth, BH2 5DU Compulsory Acquisition Hearing Thursday 22 January 2015 (am) Bournemouth Highcliff Marriott Hotel St Michael's Road, West Cliff Bournemouth, BH2 5DU Issue Specific Hearing relating to the mitigation option put forward in appendix 43 Thursday 22 January 2015 (pm) Bournemouth Highcliff Marriott Hotel St Michael's Road, West Cliff Bournemouth, BH2 5DU 3. The Application relates to the construction and operation of an offshore wind farm off the Dorset and Hampshire coast to the west of the Isle of Wight. 4. The Application comprises up to 194 wind turbine generators (WTGs) with a maximum tip height of up to 200 metres, up to one meteorological mast, up to three offshore substations, inter-array cables that collect and transfer power generated by the WTGs to the offshore substations and export cables that take the electricity generated by the WTGs to shore. The onshore electrical works consist of underground cables running from mean low water at the Taddiford Gap between Barton-on-Sea and Milford-on-Sea to a new All application documents are also available online on the Planning Inspectorate's website at: http://infrastructure.planningportal.gov.uk/projects/south-east/navitus-bay-wind-park/ read more

  • Strike by police staff called off

    A planned strike by civilian police staff in England and Wales in a dispute over pay has been suspended. read more

  • Hampshire torturers have sentences doubled to 10 years Daily Echo:

    TWO Hampshire men who viciously tortured a victim have had their sentences doubled to 10 years. read more

  • Choristers enjoy ice rink at Winchester Cathedral

    Choristers of Winchester Cathedral, took to the ice at the Cathedral's Christmas ice rink this morning. read more

  • Fatal motorway crash victim named

    POLICE have named the passenger who died in a fatal crash on the M3 as 26-year-old Miriama Bartova from Southampton. read more

  • Walcott close to Arsenal return Daily Echo: TRANSFER SCRUTINY: Arsene Wenger came under fire yesterday over the club's timing of the Cabaye bid

    Arsenal forward Theo Walcott could make a long-awaited return to action at Liverpool on Sunday. read more

  • Everton boss content with squad ahead of Saints clash Daily Echo: Roberto Martinez

    Everton manager Roberto Martinez does not view the approaching transfer window as a priority as he believes he has assembled a squad good enough to cope without further additions in the second half of the campaign. read more

  • Koeman laughs off Sneijder link Daily Echo: Wesley Sneijder celebrates scoring against Uruguay in the semi-final

    Saints will not be signing Wesley Sneijder in January. read more

  • Koeman facing selection crisis Daily Echo: web koeman.jpg

    Ronald Koeman is facing a fresh selection crisis ahead of Saturday’s game against Everton. read more

  • Vokes on course for Christmas comeback Daily Echo: Sam Vokes

    Burnley striker Sam Vokes is inching ever closer to a first-team Christmas comeback, boss Sean Dyche has said. read more

  • Peters & May sign up to BMF trade body Daily Echo:

    A LEADING Hampshire shipping firm boosted its business by joining an international trade body. read more

  • Motor museum wins approval to continue host events

    BEAULIEU Motor Museum in the New Forest will be able to continue hosting events after being granted approval by the national park authority. read more

  • Renamed dental centre celebrates new era with open day

    DENTAL centre staff are looking forward to a bright future thanks to a new look and a new name. read more

  • Offices plan is rejected Daily Echo: Southampton Civic Centre home of the cash-strapped city council

    PROPOSALS to turn offices in Southampton into flats have been refused. City council planners turned down proposals to turn the offices in Denzil Avenue into five two-bed flats. read more

  • Sally to help build Elliots joinery base Daily Echo:

    A HAMPSHIRE builders merchant has boosted its team in a bid to boost business by millions and ensure its customers have access to the very best products. read more

  • My Best Year For Theatre

    The best two theatre shows I saw in 2014 are both transferring to the West End. A View From The Brdige and Gypsy will remind you why live theatre is so special. read more

  • UPDATE: School on lockdown after reports of air gun being fired Daily Echo: Highcliffe School where Adam Gutteridge was a maths teacher

    A SCHOOL is in lockdown and a police search has been launched after reports that a gun was fired on the grounds. read more

  • Smoking and asbestos exposure led to man's death inquest hears Daily Echo:

    A SOUTHAMPTON man died from lung cancer brought on by smoking and asbestos exposure. read more

  • ANTHONY "TONY" SUMMERS

    SUMMERS ANTHONY "TONY" BSc LDS RCS. Passed away suddenly on 24th November 2014. Dearly beloved Husband, Father and Grandad. So sadly missed. ---------- The Funeral has taken place. read more

  • MARY HOWLAND

    HOWLAND MARY Passed away peacefully on Sunday 7th December 2014 aged 87. Now united with her Husband Alf. A truly wonderful Mother who is now deeply missed by her Family. David, Dennis, Elaine, grandchildren Hayley and Kevin, great grandchildren Molly and Alfie. read more

  • PATRICIA 'PAT' CARTER

    CARTER PATRICIA ‘PAT’ Passed away on 10th December 2014, aged 94 years. The Family would like to thank the Staff at Northlands House who cared for Pat. ---------- Funeral Service will take place at Southampton Crematorium, East Chapel, on Monday 22nd December 2014 at 10.15 a.m. No flowers please but donations, if desired, to Wessex Heartbeat may be sent c/o J. Lawrence & Sons (Undertakers) Ltd. 17 St. Denys Road, Portswood, Southampton, SO17 2GN. read more

  • JOYCE VALERIE READE

    READE JOYCE VALERIE Beloved Wife and Mother. Died November 12th at home. Sadly missed and greatly mourned. ---------- A Memorial Service will be held on 18th December at 2.00 p.m. at St John's Church, Hythe. No flowers please; charitable donations to Save the Children instead. read more

  • JUDY SMITH

    SMITH JUDY Formally of Yeovil Chase, passed away peacefully on 7th December 2014, aged 96. A loving Mum, Nan and Great Nan who will be sadly missed by all her Family and Friends. The Funeral Service will be held at Wessex Vale Crematorium, West End on Monday 22nd December at 2.30 p.m. No flowers but donations welcomed to Alzheimer's Society c/o Jonathan Terry Funeral Directors, 101 Peartree Avenue, Bitterne, SO19 7JJ. read more

  • SANDRA JUDITH HOCKING

    HOCKING SANDRA JUDITH (Nee WEBB) Passed away peacefully on 10th December 2014 aged 71 years. Adored Wife of John, treasured Mother and Grandma. Deeply missed by her Relatives and Friends. ---------- Sincere thanks to the caring Staff at Southampton General H.D.U. and Countess Mountbatten Hospice. ---------- Funeral Service at St. Peter's Church, Plaitford on Monday 29th December at 11.30 a.m. Flowers please, or donations if preferred to Macmillan Cancer Support c/o A.H. Cheater Funeral Directors, 122 The Hundred, Romsey, SO51 8BY. read more

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