ART exhibition: Tadley and Baughurst Art Club is holding their 20th anniversary exhibition at the Hurst Community College, Brimpton Road, Baughurst.
HAMPSHIRE-based shipbuilder VT is reported to have made a bid for the warship and submarine division of BAE Systems.
LOOKING at Katie Cheeseman, you would have no idea that this mother is living in a world where at times she feels isolated.
MORE than 80 library staff in Southampton have just passed their driving test.
A WORKMAN seriously injured when he fell headlong through a hole in the floor at Southampton's WestQuay has been told he can expect a substantial six-figure pay-out.
FORMER ITN political editor John Sergeant will be sharing highlights of his career with Winchester theatre audiences this summer.
FANCY going to the theatre free for a whole year?
The Unexpected Man, Forest Arts Centre, New Milton
THE hit musical Starlight Express will be rolling into Southampton next year.
Last year the movers and shakers of the city got together to map out the next 20 years - today that blueprint is launched...
A PRINCIPAL has been appointed for a new public school in Sher-field-on-Lodden.
IT'S the news they've been waiting five months to hear.
GLORIOUS summery rays brought sun-seekers out and about in Hampshire over the weekend.
A CLUTCH of Hampshire MPs are saying enough is enough - and are stepping in to tackle the county's postal crisis.
ISLE of Wight MP Andrew Turner has launched a campaign to save Shanklin's job centre from closure.
The family of murdered Danish student Camilla Peterson have approved designs for a memorial to be erected at the beauty-spot where she was killed.
Millwall 0, Reading 1
Southampton 1, Bolton 2
THEY called him an enthusiastic amateur. But not only did Paul Vickers take on the legal might of Associated British Ports' barristers, he is now celebrating a victory which many people believe he was instrumental in achieving.
FANS have had a long wait to see Elvis Costello performing at Bournemouth International Centre, following the cancellation of his original date in November last year due to "production difficulties".
TOTALLY Tennis senior coach Adam Chadwick successfully completed the London Marathon following five months of hard training.
A HAMPSHIRE junior school has turned weakness into strength and won glowing praise from Ofsted inspectors.
A MOTHER whose son died in her arms when he was struck down with meningitis has taken her fight against the disease to a Hampshire town.
KICK them out of Southampton University if they break the law. That's the get-tough message from Southampton Itchen MP John Denham who has called for a crack-down on drunken and yobbish behaviour by some students in the city.
STUDENTS at a Basingstoke college are cooking up a storm after a Michelin Star chef was appointed to train them.
A TOP New Forest tourist attraction is set to stay shut amid claims that the Grade II listed building has been allowed to deteriorate.
IT was gone 6pm when the moment finally arrived that most of the Edgbaston crowd had waited for.
There were more twists in the premier title race as poor finishing let Sporting BTC down.
Poole Town bounced back from a Dorset Senior Cup final defeat by Sherbourne to claim third place in the Premier Division with a 4-2 win at Liss where their Norwegian striker, Hrald Todman, bagged a hat-trick.
CHRISTCHURCH boss Pete Moore defended fielding a virtual reserve side against Brockenhurst in a 1-1 draw.
ANDOVER boss Brian Le Boutillier saluted his young guns as they finished the season by winning 2-1 at runners-up Wimborne Town.
NEIL HARDS remains convinced his Winchester City thoroughbreds will turn on the style in the FA Vase final at Birmingham on May 16 - even though their Wessex championship campaign ended in anti-climax.
What Bashley manager John Robson wouldn't have given to have had a Gary Green, Taffy Richardson or Wayne Turk in his side this season.
IT WAS a case of 'lovely bubbly' for Eastleigh manager Paul Doswell at Tonbridge Angels on Saturday.
Colden Common celebrated a superb double on Saturday.
It was a run of form that began against Saints just five weeks ago.
MICHAEL Clarke was not totally satisfied despite his starring role in Hampshire Hawks' opening day win against Warwickshire in the Totesport National League Division One.
CONSERVATIVE Party boss Dr Liam Fox came to Basingstoke this week and said he was confident the town will remain a Tory seat at the next general election.
SINCE 1966 it has been home to Winchester's foremost amateur theatre company, but the history of the city's St Peter's Church goes back more than eight centuries.
OBJECTORS have forced a public inquiry into plans to double the number of dustcarts at a council depot near homes in the New Forest.
WINCHESTER City Football Club is calling for volunteers to help it stand a chance of promotion.
THREE teenagers have been arrested after a blaze destroyed a historic pub near Winchester.
End of season inter-club knockabout friendly? Not if you are at Millbrook when the first XV meet the Veterans - and the 2004 encounter was no exception.
Hampshire hopes of reaching Twickenham and moving back to the full County Championship have been left hanging in the balance after a disappointing second half allowed Somerset a 26-21 victory in the opening Pool 4 encounter.
THREE TRIES in the opening five minutes a free flowing Old Reigatian side ended Trojans' ambitions of returning to London Division Four South-West at the first attempt.
HAMBLE'S giant BP oil terminal has won the accolade of terminal of the year for the second time from the company's logistics division which is responsible for 12 distribution and storage terminals throughout the UK.
GREAT car! That was Shane Warne's delivery when Scotthall Hampshire BMW handed over the keys of a 530 SE as part of its sponsorship deal with Hampshire Cricket Club and its Rose Bowl ground.
Today's Principal Arrivals: CFF Solent, ro/ro, 0700, 25 link; Adonia, passenger, 0700, 106; OOCL Fortune, container, 0730, 205; Claudia, general cargo, 0900, 36S; Hual Trailer, vehicle carrier, 1100, 40/41; Sentinel, patrol ship, AM, 47N; APL Ireland, container, 1415; 206; Gran Bretagna, vehicle, 1645, 202
HEALTH chiefs at Basingstoke hospital have said that services won't suffer despite having to save £7.2million this year.
IT'S AMAZING how so much hard work can be undone in such a short space of time.