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  • McAllister's stepping up

    EASTLEIGH will have to set their sights on a different striker this summer now that Conference outfit Stevenage Borough have won the race for Craig McAllister. read more


    THE Mr Kipling cake factory is set to close with the loss of 423 jobs by the end of next year. read more

  • Bus drivers armed with DNA spit kits

    A NEW weapon in the fight against attacks on bus drivers has been handed out to hundreds of staff in Hampshire. read more

  • Cabbies fight to keep Bargate area access

    CABBIES are urging transport bosses to put the brakes on a road scheme that will ban them from part of Southampton city centre. read more

  • Eye op patients urged to get in touch

    HUNDREDS of warning letters are being sent by health authorities in the south to former eye patients who had cataract surgery up to four years ago. read more

  • Sports club devastated by arson attack

    BOSSES at a Southampton sports club plagued by vandals have been left devastated after the latest attack which caused thousands of pounds of damage. read more

  • Council plays down pay rise speculation

    UNIONS in Southampton claim the city council's top civil servant could net a 13 per cent pay rise this year. read more

  • Campaign to protect shop workers

    A CAMPAIGN to protect shopworkers from antisocial behaviour is being launched. read more

  • On the wall artist

    HE WAS artist-in-residence on a Southampton estate and his name and fame was widespread - but the 12-year-old designer had few fans. read more

  • Good sports at Olympic celebration

    RESIDENTS of all ages took part in a range of track and field sports at the Olympics-style event, organised by Southampton City Council Sports Development Team and Thornhill Deal for Communities. read more

  • Review: Thunderbirds upset the Bowie experience

    The Bowie Experience, Talking Heads, Southampton read more

  • Gran with Grammy

    NOT many 60-year-old grandmothers from obscure islands off the African coast can claim to have sold millions of albums and won a Grammy Award. read more

  • Dustman's death: No court charges

    NO ONE will face charges following the death of a Fareham dustman who was crushed when accidentally run over by his dustcart at a Hampshire landfill site. read more

  • Complaints prompt car parking review

    A PETITION collected by fed-up residents has led to a complete review of parking in a Fareham street. read more

  • Review: American Patrol, The Mayflower, Southampton

    WHEN one of your leading men doesn't turn up on the opening night, you know your brand new stage musical hasn't got off to the best of starts. read more

  • Swashbucklin' fun

    HUNDREDS of families enjoyed superb weather at a New Forest school's May Fair. read more

  • Vase heroes get civic reception

    WINCHESTER CITY'S treble winners were invited to a civic reception held by deputy mayor Cecily Sutton last night. read more

  • Alan Mullally: It's time England took a Dim view of our rising star ...

    Hampshire's Alan Mullally with his thoughts on the world of cricket... read more

  • Agency closure causes concern

    THE news that the Child Support Agency office in Basingstoke is to close worries me greatly. The serious implications for the staff are obvious. Many are now in touch with me. read more

  • In Port

    Today's Principal Arrivals: Acacia Ace, vehicle, 0230, 201; Hyundai General, container, 0230, 206; Maersk Teal, ro/ro, 0330, 40/41; Tai Shan, vehicle, 0430, 34/35; Royal Princess, cruise, 0500, 106; CFF Seine, ro/ro, 0530, 25 link; Jupiter Diamond, ro/ro, 0530, 43; Maveric, refrigerat, 0600, 104; Euro Melody, container, 1500, 206E; CMA CGM Normandie, container, 1600, 205. read more

  • Review: American Patrol, The Mayflower, Southampton

    WHEN one of your leading men doesn't turn up on the opening night, you know your brand new stage musical hasn't got off to the best of starts. read more

  • Meridian names the day for moving out

    MERIDIAN TV will be in a position to quit its landmark Southampton base by the end of August, Business South can today reveal. read more

  • Solid display from McFarlane

    THE Swanmore-based Bike It Dixon Yamaha team were again savouring a good, solid performance from their Australian rider Andrew McFarlane in the sixth round of the World Motocross Championship at Lichtenvoorde in Holland. read more

  • Kelly in top form

    EASTLEIGH racer Shane Kelly powered his Opel-engined Dellara to a podium finish in the latest round of the ARP Formula Three series at Silverstone. read more

  • Netball: Party girls know how to train hard

    I KNOW from personal experience how hard the David Lloyd team train - and they also party hard as well! read more

  • Police will get tough at festival

    POLICE have vowed to crack down on antisocial behaviour at next week's Homelands Festival, near Winchester. read more

  • Vital move planned for drop-in centre

    A DROP-IN centre for the disadvantaged in Winchester could soon be on the move to a new location nearer the city centre. read more

  • Pupils take to digital airwaves

    PUPILS at Kings' School in Winchester have made their second major broadcast on digital radio. read more

  • Largest ever Ecstasy haul

    POLICE in the New Forest are today celebrating the biggest seizure of Ecstasy ever made in the area. read more

  • Hampshire Track & Field Championships: Ball victory just a walk in the park

    SIXTEEN-year-old Hedge End race walking sensation Nick Ball was busy tearing up the record books again at the Hampshire Track & Field Championships at Portsmouth's Mountbatten Centre. read more

  • Hampshire Track & Field Championships Results

    Full list of results from the championships at the Mountbatten Centre in Portsmouth, May 15-16. read more

  • Fifth place keeps Team Solent out of relegation trouble

    WITH several athletes put off by the lengthy journey, Team Solent hit the road to Norwich with a mainly young squad for their opening British Men's League Division 4 match. read more

  • Hyde lands Le Mans drive

    BRITISH GT front-runner Steve Hyde has been confirmed as the driver who will join Morgan Works Team regulars Adam Sharpe and Neil Cunningham at the 24 Hours Le Mans event next month. read more

  • 'Nothing severe' for Svensson

    PAUL STURROCK remains confident Swedish rock Michael Svensson WILL be fit for Euro 2004. read more

  • £24m

    SAINTS enjoyed a £24m windfall in season 2003/04 - almost the same amount as they did when they reached the FA Cup Final last year. read more

  • Cruise industry marks million milestone

    THE number of Britons taking cruises topped one million for the first time last year, generating huge amounts for Southampton's economy. read more

  • Come and see The World

    CRUISE holidays have taken off as never before but how about making life on the ocean wave a permanent arrangement? For the residents of the good ship The World, calling in at Southampton on Friday, this dream has become a reality... read more

  • Ex-students meet under the tulip tree

    THEY used to play on the school swing which hung from the old tulip tree. read more

  • A sad end for bid to reopen swim pool

    AMBITIOUS plans to get a disused Eastleigh swimming pool back in action have been sunk - leaving fundraisers to return £30,000. read more

  • Top jazz venue to get major makeover

    EASTLEIGH'S Concorde Club, which has become an international jazz mecca, is set for a major makeover. read more


    JARDINE JOSEPH 'FRANK' Passed away on May 17th, 2004 at The Royal Hampshire County Hospital, Winchester. Aged 86 years. ------- Sadly missed. ------- Reunited with his loving wife Marjorie. -------------- The Funeral service will take place at Ramalley Cemetery, Chandlers Ford on May 27th at 1.00 p.m. Family flowers only please, donations if desired for MacMillan Nurses may be sent to Jno. Steel & Son 163, Hursley Road Chandlers Ford SO532 1JH Tel - (023) 8025 2088

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    BILLINGS ROSALIND 'ROS' Brave to the end, Ros's long and hard battle against cancer ended on May 12th, 2004. A very special and especially precious mother, her loving and caring ways will be sadly missed by Geoff, Nick, Suzy and Lisa. ------------ Requiem Mass at St. Peters R/C Church, Jewry Street, Winchester on Tuesday, May 25th at 12.00 Noon. Followed by interment at Magdalen Hill Cemetery. Family flowers only please, donations if desired for The Royal Marsden Hospital Charity may be sent to Jno. Steel & Son 163, Hursley Road Chandlers Ford. SO53 1JH Tel - (023) 8025 2088

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    HAMMERTON CISSIE 'BUBS' Passed away peacefully on May 12th, 2004 aged 83 years. Sadly missed by her daughter, son-in-law and grandsons. ------------ Funeral service at Southampton Crematorium, East Chapel on Tuesday, May 25th at 12.20 p.m. Flowers to A.H. Rogers & Sons 64 Market Street Eastleigh Tel - (023) 8061 2435

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    BOULTON CHRISTOPHER ALBERT CYRIL (OF BITTERNE) Passed away peacefully on Monday, May 17th, 2004, aged 87 years. Beloved son of the late Elsie and Albert Boulton. Dear brother of the late Blanche and Edna. Dear uncle of Sheila and Bob. A good friend to all, who will be sadly missed by so many. X X X X ---------- Funeral Service in Southampton Crematorium, East Chapel on Monday, June 7th, 2004 at 11 a.m. Family flowers only please, donations if desired for Southampton Natural History, c/o R.C. Payne and Son 485 Bitterne Road East Bitterne Southampton Hants SO18 5EQ Tel. (023) 8044 9111

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    LITTLE VICTOR FRANK Passed away peacefully at home on May 16th 2004 aged 71 years. You were my wonderful husband - my dearest friend. A man with a heart of gold. You spread so much joy and laughter to everyone you knew. I will always love you. You will stay in my heart forever x Your everloving wife Rita x God bless you darling xxxxxxx (Munchkins) Love and miss you so much x ---------- DAD We will always miss the joy and laughter you gave us. You will always be in our thoughts. (Is Vic there?) Goodnight and God bless. We love you so much Peter, Karon grandchildren Sadie and Craig xxx ---------- DADDY How lucky and privileged we were to have had a dad like you. You were not only a funny man making everyone cry with laughter but you were someone who cared, who loved us. Someone who listened and gave advice. Someone who would do anything to help. Someone to laugh and cry with. You were also a best friend. Above all you were a very, very special person. Our wonderful Dad. We will miss you so very much. GOD BLESS YOU Love you always Katherine and Wayne (Blue Beard) xxx xxx ---------- GRAMBO Keep on singing and never stop smiling however many little gremos you've got round you although I'm sure they are all angels. We will never forget you. All the love in the world From Sherri Plum, Billy Bone and Chaz xxx xxx xxx ---------- DADDY The champion has gone to Heaven. You were always there for me Daddy. I will miss you so much - you were my friend and my Daddy all in one. God bless you Daddy. I promise to keep my garden as wonderful as you taught me. Now rest in peace in Gods beautiful garden. God bless. Goodnight Daddy. Love your daughter Susan and David xx ---------- GRAMBO We will never forget you. How could we with your flowers and your vegetables and the way you never stopped laughing. Love you forever. Don't forget - never stop smiling Grambo Love Natalie and Gremo Luke xx Love Daniel and Peter xx ---------- DEAR DADDY (MY PAPPA SMURF) I'd like to thank you Dad for all that you've done. For being there for me every step of the way. You were so very special Dad and always will be. You'll be forever in our hearts. We will miss you very much. Sweet dreams Daddy. With love from your daughter Jane and son-in law Gaaav xxxxxxx ---------- DEAR GRANDAD LITTLE We love you and miss you. Goodnight and God bless. Love from Amie and Ryan x x ---------- The Funeral Service will be held at St Marys Church, South Stoneham on Friday May 21st at 12.00 noon followed by interment at South Stoneham Cemetery. Flowers and enquiries to Co-operative Funeral Service 15 Manor Farm Road Bitterne Park Southampton SO18 1NN. - Tel. (023) 8067 1990

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    RIVRON JOHN Suddenly passed away on May 10th 2004.

    A very well respected man, who served the air conditioning and refridgeration industry for over 40 years.

    John will be remembered for his good humour, enthusiam and respect for his work colleauges. It has been a pleasure to work with such a fine gentleman.

    Our thoughts are with Sand and her family.

    From Brad and Jan and all at South Coast Environmental Services Ltd.

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    BROOMFIELD MOLLY (nee PRUDDEN) Sadly passed away on May 15th, 2004, aged 73 years. Will be greatly missed, loved and remembered always by husband Ted. Son Ronald, daughters Jean and Gillian. Son-in-law Kevin and grandson Mark. X X Rest in Peace. --------------- Funeral service to take place on Monday, May 24th at Southampton Crematorium, East Chapel at 1.40 p.m. Family flowers only please, donations if desired for Southampton Society for the Blind, may be sent to R.C. Payne & Son 485, Bitterne Road East Bitterne Southampton. Tel - 023 8044 9111

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    PRINCE KATHLEEN MARGARET Passed away on May 14th, 2004, aged 90. Will be sadly missed by her son Tex and daughter-in-law Di and granddaughters Tina, Deborah, Samantha and great granddaughters Carisa and Lara Happy memories X X X ----------- Funeral Service on Wednesday, May 26th, at All Saints Church, Milford on Sea at 2 p.m. Floral tributes and enquiries to Diamond and Son Ltd. 9 - 11 Lower Buckland Road Lymington 01590 672060

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    TERRY EDWARD HALLET Passed away unexpectedly on May 12th, 2004. Will be sadly missed by John, Diane, Simon and Lisa. ----- Cremation at 12.15 p.m. West Chapel, Southampton Crematorium on May 25th. Family flowers only, donations to the Blue Cross c/o J. Beavis and Sons, Vincent Street, Shirley.

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    HAMILTON MARY ELIZABETH DAISY Known as "May" to friends and family. Died May 13th, 2004 aged 83 years. ---------- Mum, there's no more suffering, only peace. Now you are reunited with Dad. We'll so miss you so much and we have so many treasured memories of your life, they will be with us forever. Every song we play is for you. All our love Dave (Hammy) and Emma X X X ---------- MUM You will be sadly missed. You left us with so many lovely memories. Rest in peace. God Bless Your loving son John and Maureen. X X ---------- Well Mum, you can now rest in peace with Dad who you missed so much. So many people on this earth and they didn't know there was an Angel here all the time. You were that Angel Mum, always genuine, always kind, always concerned more for others than yourself. We will miss you more than words can say. Les, Marilyn, Rebecca, James, Alex and families. X X X X X X ---------- Will be sadly missed by her second son Robin and all his family. Now reunited with dad "Percy" who together were the best parents and grandparents one could wish for. So long Mum, see you again one day. God Bless X ---------- Funeral Service to take place on Monday, May 24th at St Marys Church, Wessex Lane, South Stoneham at 12noon followed by committal at Southampton Crematorium, East Chapel. Floral tributes or donations if desired to the Friends of Countess Mountbatten House. may be sent c/o J. Lawrence & Son (Undertakers) Ltd 17 St Denys Road Portswood Southampton SO17 2GN - Tel. (023) 8055 4801

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