MORE than 1,000 children with special needs have been given a special day out at Paultons Park.
DOG lovers at a Southampton pub have presented an animal charity with £800 worth of pet food after a sponsored walk with man's best friend.
BOSSES at Southampton shipbuilder Vosper Thornycroft have offered to meet workers and union officials down the pub to thrash out a solution to the deepening strike crisis.
ONE of Fareham's largest employers has hit out at a planned prosecution by the borough council over its continued use of a depot.
PLANS for Hampshire's first walking school bus have won the overwhelming support of Winchester leaders.
HAMPSHIRE travellers could know by the end of the month whether a £10 million railway scheme, which would help to solve Eastleigh and Southampton's commuter blues, is still on track.
HAMPSHIRE troops are today on standby to keep the peace in Kosovo.
THE chairman of Romsey Labour party will go out to vote today, as doubtless all his predecessors have before him.
MARAUDING vandals smashed five windows in the foyer of Fair Oak Village Hall in Shorts Road causing £450 worth of damage.
HUNDREDS of water sports enthusiasts have been banned from using stretches of water at Eastleigh Council's Lakeside Country Park after a pollution scare.
SATURDAY'S second round of The Reel Care Knockout Cup on Longbridge sees, on paper, a clash which would grace the final, with defending champions Cormorants A taking on last year's runners-up Sillybait Sensational.
Chris Silverwood took a season's best 5-43 to have Hampshire all out for 206 after Robin Smith had decided to bat first.
WORDS of praise from Danish boss Bo Johansson will probably not ease the pain felt by Paul Jones today.
BARRY RICHARDS could be back in the Hampshire fold later this summer as their coach.
POMPEY'S creditors face the prospect of being left severely out of pocket when the share-out is divided up later this month.
THE whitewash of the Isle of Wight in their opening Middleton Cup match came as no surprise to Hampshire manager Peter Kemp.
WHEN 25-year-old Sarah Perry embarked on a teaching career two years ago, little did she think she would be awarded the accolade of the South's best new teacher.
RISING young music stars won high praise from celebrity astronomer and composer Patrick Moore when he visited their Chandler's Ford school.