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  • Striking homes bring buyer choice Daily Echo:

    Two striking and updated bungalows at Olivers Battery, positioned on the south side of Winchester to offer stunning views, hit just the right note with buyers. read more

  • Early red puts Cherries in command Daily Echo:

    Bournemouth took advantage of a Watford red card in the first minute to move three points clear at the top of the Sky Bet Championship. read more

  • Les Contes D'Hoffman Daily Echo:

    The seventh in the season of operas to be broadcast live by satellite from the Metropolitan Opera in New York direct to the big screen at the Regent in Christchurch will be Offenbach’s incomparable Les Contes D’Hoffmann, tomorrow at 5.55pm. read more

  • The classic Rock show comes to Basingstoke Daily Echo:

    GET out those “air guitars”! read more

  • Winchester City Festival Choir celebrating birthday

    ONE of Winchester’s oldest choirs is set to celebrate the birthday of a renowned composer at its annual concert. read more

  • Famous Indian musician to play Southampton Daily Echo:

    ONE of India’s greatest musicians will perform at Turner Sims on Tuesday at 8pm( Feb 3). read more

  • PREVIEW: That'll be the day

    THE spectacular rock ‘n’ roll variety show That’ll Be the Day rolls into Basingstoke tomorrow night. read more

  • PREVIEW: The Sooty Show Live

    THE Sooty show is the longest running children’s programme in the world. read more

  • Leafy Backdrop Provides Privacy Daily Echo:

    Although nestling within a developed residential area, this spacious detached family house at Merrick Way in Chandler’s Ford has a surprising element of privacy at the rear with a belt of established woodland beyond the enclosed garden. In addition, the house sits on a wide plot with plenty of space for parking in front of the double garage and a wide, gated access through to the garden between the garage and house. read more

  • CRASH UPDATE: Pensioner fights for life Daily Echo:

    A PENSIONER is fighting for life tonight after he was struck by a car on a busy main road in Hampshire. read more

  • Bid to scrap divisive reality show on multi-cultural street rebuffed Daily Echo:

    TV bosses have refused to bow to pressure from campaigners to axe a controversial reality television show. read more

  • Dutchess of Cambridge to visit new Hampshire yacht racing hub Daily Echo: The Duchess of Cambridge with Sir Ben Ainslie in front of the America's Cup during a visit to the National Maritime Museum, London

    THE Duchess of Cambridge is to visit Hampshire to see Olympic hero Sir Ben Ainslie's new racing base. read more

  • Don't miss our Graziano Pelle interview in tomorrow's Daily Echo

    Graziano Pelle gives one of his first big interviews since joining Saints in tomorrow’s Daily Echo. read more

  • Cork seals Swansea switch Daily Echo: Jack Cork

    Saints midfielder Jack Cork has completed his move to Swansea, the club have confirmed. read more


    SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL® THE CITY OF SOUTHAMPTON (RESIDENTS PARKING) (ZONES 1-12 & 16) ORDER 2014 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT SOUTHAMPTON CITY COUNCIL made the above Order on 28th January 2015. 1 The effects of the Order are (for Residents Parking Zones 1-12 & 16 only): (a) To combine into a single Order, the existing Traffic Orders. Those Orders are: - The City of Southampton (Polygon Area) (Residents' Parking Scheme) Order 2008, as amended; - The City of Southampton (Woolston) (Residents' Parking Scheme) Order 2010, as amended; - The City of Southampton (Newtown/Nicholstown) (Residents' Parking Scheme) Order 2003, as amended; - The CityofSouthampton (Bevois Town) (Residents' Parking Scheme) Order 2009, as amended; - The City of Southampton (Bassett, Highfield and Hampton Park)(Residents' Parking Scheme)Order2010, asamended; - The CityofSouthampton (Coxford Area)(Residents' Parking Scheme) Order 2009, as amended; - The City of Southampton (Freemantle and Shirley) (Residents' Parking Scheme) Order 2008, as amended. (b) To introduce the following new permits for issue at the discretion ofthe Council: (i) Landlord Permit - to assist property owners with tenant occupiers in undertaking maintenance and other service requirements to a property at a charge of £50 per zone, subject to application and terms and conditions of use. (ii) Community Support Permit - to enable volunteers to carry out services supporting the local community in a specified zone, subjecttoapplication and termsandconditionsofuse. (c) To exclude vehicles over 5m in length from entitlement to a ResidentPermit(This will notpreventthose who currentlyhold a Residents Permit for a vehicle over 5m in length from renewing that permit). (d) To exclude vehicles not registered and/or insured in the UK from entitlement to a Residents Permit. (e) To limit the entitlement for vehicles not registered and/or insured in the UK to Temporary Residents Permits to two consecutive permits (i.e. a maximum 6 months). (f) To allow the withdrawal of permits and permit entitlement where Council staffhave been subjectto abuse or intimidation. (g) To allow any exceptional and discretionary issue of permits based on the Southampton City Council Residents Parking Policy 2014, as amended. (h) To amend the conditions ofuse for Visitor Permits and Annual Visitor Permits, to restrict their use to within 100m ofholders property (there is no current distance restriction for a Visitor Permit and for Annual Visitor Permits the current distance restriction is 250m). (i) To reduce the cost of a Zone 3 Centenary Quay Residents Permit to £30 per year (limited issue for 11 properties on Victoria Road). Note - charge reduced to £30 rather than £60 as originally advertised. (j) To standardise the charge for a replacement (duplicate) permit at £14. 2 The Order comes into operation on 1st February 2015. 3 Copies of the Order, relevant maps and statement of reasons for proposing maybe inspected during normal working hours atCivic Centre, Southampton SO14 7LY. Further information may also be obtained from the Southampton Highways Partnership (Traffic Management) on 023 8079 8065. 4 Any person wishing to question the validity ofthe Order or any of its provisions, on the grounds that it is not within the powers ofthe relevant enabling Act, or that a requirement ofany such enabling Act or of any relevant regulations made thereunder has not been complied with, may, within 6 weeks from the date of the Order, make application for this purpose to the High Court. Dated: 30th January 2015. Richard Ivory, Head of Legal and Democratic Services, Southampton and Fareham Legal Services Partnership. read more

  • PREVIEW: The Sooty Show Live Daily Echo:

    THE Sooty show is the longest running children’s programme in the world. read more

  • REVIEW: Old King Cole

    Burley Players annual panto is clearly somewhat of an institution in this picturesque village, with the locals out in force to support, laugh at and heckle the cast. read more

  • REVIEW: The Ghost Train

    GHOSTLY goings-on at a remote Cornish railway station form the basis for this sparkling comedy-thriller, directed by Patric Kearns. read more

  • INTERVIEW: Clive Johns

    CLIVE John has suffered from a stammer all his life since severely burning his hands on an electric fire at the age of two. read more

  • Chris Evans reveals Cancer tests Daily Echo: Broadcaster Chris Evans strikes deal in Lymington

    Radio 2 DJ Chris Evans has told listeners he is ''in the middle of the tests'' for prostate cancer. read more

  • Body found in hunt for missing mum Samantha Henderson Daily Echo:

    A BODY has been found in the search for missing mum of four Samantha Henderson, police have confirmed. read more

  • PREVIEW: Chess Daily Echo:

    Following last year’s success with Jesus Christ Superstar, Southampton Operatic Society (SOS) will be performing another Tim Rice musical, the 1980s hit Chess, at the Nuffield Theatre in February. read more

  • PREVIEW: Chess

    Following last year’s success with Jesus Christ Superstar, Southampton Operatic Society (SOS) will be performing another Tim Rice musical, the 1980s hit Chess, at the Nuffield Theatre in February. read more


    Upmarket housebuilder CALA Homes is set for a successful 2015 as two new developments get set to launch in Winchester, Kings Barton and Clarendon Court. This follows on from a successful 2014 for CALA Homes, which saw it acquire Banner Homes, bringing the best of both companies together to create the UK’s most upmarket major home builder. CALA Homes is a premium housebuilder with developments in sought-after locations across England and Scotland. Synonymous with stunning homes, quality design is of paramount importance to CALA. This is evident throughout its exclusive developments where striking, individual properties, combine traditional design features with contemporary home comforts and sets it apart from other developers.   A show home is expected to open its doors at Clarendon Court, located on Park Road, in the spring, while building work is due to begin on the first phase at Kings Barton in April with show homes opening in the autumn of 2015. read more

  • PREVIEW: Barry Cryer Daily Echo:

    HE is one of the comedy circuit’s most prolific writers and tellers of jokes. read more

  • Spring season at the Berry Theatre Daily Echo:

    THE Berry Theatre at Hedge End has announced its spring season including live-streamed performances and stage productions. read more

  • Cornish comic in Hampshire tomorrow Daily Echo:

    COMEDY legend Jethro is back, larger than life, with his very own unique brand of irresistible West Country tales for a fun-filled night of adult comedy. read more

  • Wuthering Heights, Maskers Theatre Company, Nuffield Theatre

    THIS literary classic is an adventurous choice, but then Maskers are not noted for playing it safe and director Paul Green hopes that the ‘audience would experience the show, rather than just be spectators’. read more

  • Ex-Saints director denies Burnley are poised to sell Danny Ings to Liverpool Daily Echo: danny ings burnley huddersfield.JPG

    Burnley have denied reports Liverpool could sign striker Danny Ings and loan him back to the Clarets for the rest of the season, stating such a move would be against Premier League rules. read more

  • Jack Cork rejects Southampton's contract offer Daily Echo: Jack Cork

    Saints are resigned to losing Jack Cork in January after Ronald Koeman confirmed the midfielder has formally rejected the club’s offer of a new contract. read more

  • Ronald Koeman confirms Southampton's interest in Vilhena and Djuricic Daily Echo:

    Ronald Koeman has confirmed that Saints could sign both Tonny Vilhena and Filip Djuricic before Monday’s transfer deadline. read more

  • Efit released in hunt for Gumtree car thief

    POLICE hunting a car thief who stole a vehicle after pretending to be an online buyer have released an efit in the search for him. read more

  • Lego plane lands at Southampton Airport Daily Echo:

    PASSENGERS flying out of Southampton got a glimpse of a plane with a difference today. read more

  • Spacious Accommodation at Barn Conversion Daily Echo:

    The Old Forge is part of a series of attractive brick and flint former farm buildings successfully converted in the 1980s around a central courtyard. read more

  • Look back: State funeral for a great wartime leader Daily Echo:

    When Sir Winston Churchill was buried 50 years ago today he received the only non-royal state funeral of the century. read more

  • Rare notary qualification for city solicitor Daily Echo:

    A SOLICITOR at a Southampton law firm has become the latest of only 12 notaries in the city to become qualified. read more

  • Prime office space available after accountancy firm moves out Daily Echo:

    BUSINESS leaders have the chance of setting up their firm in Southampton after an accountancy company moved locations. read more

  • Ferries to be part of new Hampshire travel card scheme Daily Echo:

    PASSENGERS will be able to buy tickets more easily and faster when travelling on Red Funnel ferries. read more

  • Give motorists a break Daily Echo: Hampshire & Isle of Wight Air Ambulance lands near the Itchen Bridge. Picture by Fraser Moule

    What is Southampton City Council planning department playing at? We already have long queues for Itchen bridge, particularly down Radstock Road at 7.15am. read more

  • A big thank you to A&E staff Daily Echo: Southampton General Hospital

    I would like to express my thanks, publicly, for the excellent treatment given by the NHS A&E unit in Southampton. read more

  • Why are so many items out of stock? Daily Echo:

    I am waiting for a number of items from three of the larger British companies to come into stock. read more

  • Roadworks causing traffic delays in city centre

    THERE is traffic chaos for motorists in a Winchester suburb as footpath improvements go ahead. read more

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