A CHANDLER'S Ford railway bridge has collapsed, putting lives in danger just months after Railtrack said it was safe.
A couple from Hursley, near Winchester, are turning their backs on spring in England and jetting off to South America to join an environmental survey.
You can tell a judge is popular when an usher at his court fashions a humorous painting of him enjoying his favourite pastime of gardening.
A passionate plea to understand those who don't see God in quite the way others do was made at a packed Christian unity service in Winchester.
Following the AGM of the Parkinson's Disease Society, Winchester branch,
James and Alice Swan were treated to a surprise party to celebrate their diamond wedding.
An updated visitors' guide has been published for Winchester.
Sport and leisure was the theme when members of the Winchester Group of the Hampshire Genealogical Society shared anecdotes, photographs, souvenirs and memorabilia from their family history collections.
A planning inquiry has re-opened into a controversial plan to build homes on the Abbey Mill Industrial Estate in Bishop's Waltham.
Highcliffe Allotments have been captured in a photographic essay on show at the Guildhall Gallery, Winchester. The Winchester allotments began life in 1906 when land was rented from the Church Commissioners.
Residents in the Stanmore area of Winchester are raising concerns over council plans to build new homes.
Winchester councillors are supporting a scheme for a travelling showpeople's depot in woods near Micheldever despite fierce opposition from villagers.
The Winchester Business Excellence Awards are off to a flying start.
Heavy rainfall this week has caused the floods to return, but the deluge has not dampened the spirits of Hampshire residents.
In a crackdown on truancy in Hampshire, 260 pupils were checked but only 22 were found to be "playing hookey".
PETE Glynn sleeps in a tent in Winchester city centre. He complains that the ducks pinch his bread and that petty thieves steal his books.
SEX, rock'n'roll and Christine Hamilton - the latest Mayflower blockbuster has got it all.
JUST one in three people in Hampshire want Britain to go to war with Iraq, a Daily Echo survey has found.
Property solutions provider Rok has announced that it is to sponsor the prestigious Town & Country Design Awards scheme run by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) in Wessex and the south-west regions.
Vail Williams has been appointed as joint agent to market 12 units in a new £10m trade counter development at the heart of Hedge End's very successful trade and retail sector.
The conversion into homes of Brookvale Elementary School in Basingstoke by local property company T A Fisher has been highly commended in the Basingstoke and Deane Design Awards 2002. This accolade recognises the sensitive and imaginative conversion by…
The acquisition of 55 Millbrook Road East, a substantial commercial building located close to the heart of the Southampton City Centre, represented a significant milestone for investment developers, Mark and Neil Moores, bringing their portfolio up to…
INITIAL ground work has started on new corporate headquarters and a technical centre at Solent Business Park at Whiteley for Britain's National Air Traffic Services, to be handy to the Swanwick air traffic control complex.
A LIFELONG New Forest commoner has died at the age of 83 after suffering a stroke at his home earlier this month.
THE search for empty homes in the New Forest is being stepped up by the district council in a bid to help homeless people.
TWO Waterside women are preparing for the challenge of a life-time.
Well over a hundred people attended the funeral of Patricia Asa Thomas, held at St Mary's Church, Crawley.
Susan Miles, well-known in Hampshire farming circles, has died after losing her battle against Motor Neurone Disease.
A centre which provides schooling for pupils who have been expelled has expanded beyond its means.
Local children's charities look set to a get a £2,000 windfall thanks to the Ford branch (2/251) of the Transport and General Workers Union.
Burglars beware - Winchester police are out to get you, even if other forces have given up.
Newly-built homes at Soberton and Shirrell Heath are out of keeping because Winchester planners aren't listening to what residents have to say, according to parish councillor, Sally Bradby.
Students and staff at King Alfred's College, Winchester, have given a cool reception to government proposals on higher education funding.
A report has highlighted "unacceptable failures" in BT's emergency power equipment after Hampshire's 999-system crashed for five hours last spring.
Hampshire Police have caused howls of protest by announcing that they will no longer look after stray dogs.
Four months after falling 13ft through the roof of a building at King's Somborne, a man was still undergoing treatment, a court heard yesterday (Thursday).
Winchester firefighters say a chemical spill they were called to could have been highly dangerous had it been just hours later.
Winchester MP, Mark Oaten, joined the city's ambitious football team for a training session, as the club prepared for its biggest match of the season.
Hampshire waste bosses face tough questions after household recyclables were dumped in landfill sites.
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EASTLEIGH will be giving ex-Saint David Hughes a well-deserved rest when Hampshire Senior Cup quarter-final action resumes at Aldershot Town tonight (7.45).
Winchester City continue to battle on four cup fronts tonight - they have a Russell Cotes quarter final at Wessex League hot-shots Wimborne.
AFC Totton have signalled their intent to stay in the hunt for honours this season by signing striker Michael Jackson from Winchester City.
Hampshire's newest golf course is on schedule to open its doors in early summer.
The children's hospice, Naomi House, is to be given £5,000 by Hampshire County Council to help with running costs.
A Winchester city councillor who broke code-of-conduct rules was told by a member of the standards committee this week that his actions were "sloppy".
A new 40-bed care home for the elderly is planned at Stockbridge.
King Alfred's College is getting a Government grant to improve facilities for cyclists.
Season ticket-holders using the long-stay Tower Street and Chesil Street car parks in Winchester will get a new smart card to use at the entrance and exit barriers when the new pay-on-foot system starts in March.
Children from Prince's Mead School, Abbots Worthy, are helping to cheer up patients waiting to see the doctor.