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  • Delgado called up!

    SAINTS striker Agustin Delgado has received a surprise call-up by Ecuador. read more

  • Review: A rollicking romp

    The Rocky Monster Show, Copythorne Theatrical Society, Parish Hall, Copythorne read more

  • Review: Play more enjoyable without the music

    Ion, Lighthouse, Poole read more


    EVICTING travellers from sites illegally occupied in Hampshire is costing taxpayers hundreds of thousands of pounds each year. read more

  • Baby tribute to missing sister

    THE newborn niece of presumed murder victim Belinda Gibson has been named in her memory. read more

  • City remembers valiant war dead

    VETERANS from the conflicts of the past century crowded into Southampton's Guildhall last night to take part in the city's annual Festival of Remembrance. read more

  • Soccer tips for Beckhams of the future

    THEY ARE barely out of nappies but they are already being taught to dribble a ball like football heroes David Beckham and James Beattie. read more

  • All ship-shape on sailors' charity DIY front

    CREW members from HMS Southampton took time off from swabbing the decks to do a spot of DIY. read more

  • Volunteer grants are up for grabs

    A VOLUNTARY organisation is encouraging other community volunteers to apply for a grant that could help them carry out valuable work in the city. read more

  • Prized asset Forbes piles on the pounds

    Andy Forbes is aiming to continue his remarkable scoring streak against Guy Whittingham's AFC Newbury tonight, with Winchester City insisting: "He's not for sale." read more

  • Lulu's back in town

    SIXTIES singer Lulu is to hit the road on a major UK tour next year, including a date at the Bournemouth Pavilion. read more

  • What a little smasher!

    IT was a tough decision, but somebody had to win. After beating off competition from more than 200 other pupils across Fareham Victoria Goodsell has been crowned the Daily Echo poster competition winner. read more

  • Day a horse rolled over Stella's bonnet

    A WOMAN has spoken of her shock after a horse ploughed into the side of her car and rolled over the bonnet. read more

  • Residents warned over clothing plea

    CHANDLER'S Ford residents are being warned not to be taken for a ride over a plea to donate unwanted clothes for people in the Third World. read more

  • Lighten up to keep safe on dark nights

    WINTER nights - put on your lights. That is the message going out to householders and cyclists from Eastleigh police and the local Community Safety Partnership. read more

  • 'Use it' plea for new ferry service

    SOUTHAMPTON residents are being urged to make use of a new ferry service running between the city and Gosport. read more


    GORDON STRACHAN is high on Leeds' wish-list of managers to succeed Peter Reid - but remains exceptionally unlikely to quit St Mary's. read more

  • On-board brain home made

    THERE may have been a right old royal fuss about the £560m Queen Mary 2 being built in France, but some of it comes from right here in Hampshire. read more

  • Cemetery safety risk

    RINGWOOD council has launched safety checks in the town's cemetery following fears about the dangers posed by unstable gravestones. read more

  • Portrait of the artist

    New Forest artist Sally Hamilton has been given the devastating news that she has an incurable eye disease - and is going blind. Today she tells Ann Lackey about her career and thoughts about her future... read more

  • Challenge to reduce teen pregnancies

    SOUTHAMPTON has the highest number of teen pregnancies in the south east but a major initiative could see the figures fall. Kate Thompson talks to Thabang Thacker, the city's teenage pregnancy co-ordinator... read more

  • Meeting a true Noble man

    LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, let me introduce to you the best EVER interview of my journalistic life so far - Mr Ross Noble, who is coming to The Anvil on Thursday, 13 November. read more

  • Taylor's card sharp for 2004

    Kirsty Taylor went back to Tour School in Portugal last week and won her card for next year's European Ladies Tour. read more

  • Lawrence makes impact in Volvo

    Meon Valley golfer David Lawrence has won the inaugural Volvo Golf Club final at Wentworth. read more

  • Prized asset Forbes piles on the pounds

    Andy Forbes is aiming to continue his remarkable scoring streak against Guy Whittingham's AFC Newbury tonight, with Winchester City insisting: "He's not for sale." read more

  • In Port

    Today's Principal Arrivals: Grande Spagna, ro/ro, 0200, 202; Shanghai Express, container carrier, 0300, 207; Cetam Victoriae, ro/ro, 0500, 203; Autofreighter, ro/ro, 0600, 201 Link; Carmen, vehicle carrier, 0630, 34/35; Manon, vehicle carrier, 1230, 40; Hyundai Highness, container carrier, 1500, 206; Crystal Ace, ro/ro, 1830, 201; Euro Melody, general cargo, TBA, 205; P&O Nedlloyd Newark, container carrier, PM, 204. read more

  • Flagship refit at M&S

    RETAIL giant Marks & Spencer aims to boost regional profits with the unveiling of its new-look flagship store on Thursday. read more

  • Beat stress at work

    STRESS continues to cost companies millions of pounds a year through lost working days - but now help is at hand from one of the country's leading experts on the subject. read more

  • New business park build

    DEVELOPER Woodpecker Properties, based in Dorset, has started work on a new business park at Ringwood. read more

  • Hospital closes its injuries unit

    HYTHE Hospital's minor injuries unit has been closed temporarily as its bosses launch a recruitment drive to find the staff who can keep it open. read more

  • Protesters fenced in for 'own safety'

    ENVIRONMENTAL protesters camped out at the extended Bar End park-and-ride site say their human rights are being threatened after they were fenced in. read more


    HUNDREDS of drivers were today embroiled in traffic chaos after two lorries crashed on the A34 near Winchester. read more

  • On-board brain home made

    THERE may have been a right old royal fuss about the £560m Queen Mary 2 being built in France, but some of it comes from right here in Hampshire. read more

  • Sea Angling: Flatties worth a four-figure sum

    Nigel Thorns from Shoreham was certainly laughing all the way to the bank after collecting the £1,000 top prize during the 17th Poingdestre's Open Beach Festival at Weston Shore. read more

  • Offices make you sick

    SICK Building Syndrome (SBS) is putting employee well-being on the critical list, warns workplace fit out expert Morgan Lovell. read more


    MARSHALL RICHARD (DICK) In loving memory of a dear friend, who is still so sadly missed. Michael, Jeanne, Matthew, Kim and Gavin. XXX

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  • GRAY

    GRAY WILLIAM LESLIE (LES) Loving and caring father of Brian and Beryl. Will be sadly missed. Now at peace and reunited with Mum (Joyce) Good memories and love always, Brian, Mandy and Michael. XXX

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    TERESA PORTER 40th "Now the world" knows. Many happy returns. With love, Chris, V.J, Adam, Mum and Henry, Mum and Ron.

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    HARDING LEN Audrey and family would like to thank the many, many friends for all their kind messages of sympathy, floral tributes and donations in memory of Len. Your support is very much appreciated.

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    RAYNER AUDREY Bill (Dick), would like to say thank you to all who attended Audreys funeral and sent donations, cards and floral tributes.

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  • RIK

    RIK AND ANNETTE FLIDE AND DUNHAM The birth of a baby girl Paige Yvonne on November 5th 2003. Well Done. Love and lifelong happiness to you. From Grandad Les With thanks to all at Princess Anne.

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  • GRAY

    GRAY WILLIAM LESLIE (LES) Fond memories of a loving brother to Eileen and uncle to Marilyn and Richard. Shall be sadly missed by all your family and friends.

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    JACKSON GEORGINA MARGARET You haven't gone too far away, you're just asleep next door. We're safe in the knowledge you're now in deep slumber and suffering no more. God Bless "Skinny Blister" From your sister Barbara and nephews Andres and Jamie.

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    JACKSON GEORGINA (Formerly ANDREWS) Special sister, sister-in-law and auntie, taken too early. No time to say goodbye. Forever in our hearts. Love you always, Kevin, Jacquie, Ryan, Charlotte and Liam. --------- Funeral service will take place on Friday November 14th 2003 at The Bitterne Spiritualist Church at 2.45pm. Followed by Cremation at Southampton Crematorium , East Chapel at 3.40pm. Floral tributes or donations if so desired to MacMillian Cancer Relief, c/o Jonathan Terry Funeral Directors, 101 Peartree Avenue, Bitterne, Southampton - Tel. (023) 8043 4444. At Georgies request please wear no black.

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    BROWN STEVE Big brother of Ken and Yvonne and brother-in-law of Peter. Gone before we could say goodbye.

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  • GRAY

    GRAY WILLIAM LESLIE (LES) Ex Pirelli General. Passed peacefully away aged 87 at Abbey House Nursing Home on November 8th. Much loved by Daughter Beryl and son-in-law Roger. Special Grandad to Edward, George and Victoria. We will always cherish the love and memories we have shared. We are going to miss you so much and feel lucky to have had such a special person in our lives. Now at peace with your Joyce. ---------- With thanks to all at Abbey House. Funeral Service at 2pm on Thursday, November 13th, St Mary's Church St Monica Road Sholing Family flowers only please. Donations to The Stroke Association c/o Jonathan Terry Funeral Directors 101 Peartree Avenue Bitterne.

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  • GRAY

    GRAY WILLIAM LESLIE (LES) Fond memories of a loving grandad and great grandad, who will always be in our thoughts. Love Melanie, Alexander, David and Freya. XXXX

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    DAVIES BERYL GRANDMA Our special Granny and best mate to Bethan, Thomas and Megan. We'll never stop loving you. Don't forget to walk Ben. Love forever.

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    DAVIES BERYL MUM 25.11.1929 - 06.10.03 We can't believe our sudden loss. Our lives will never be the same without your humour and laughter. Sleep in peace. Till we meet again. Love always Trudy and Nick

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