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  • Forest MP urges census of 'hidden' homeless

    A CENSUS of rough sleepers would help the government get to grips with the deepening homelessness crisis, says a Hampshire MP. read more

  • We know why it's fun to run

    ONE hundred and fifty people of all ages and abilities limbered up to take part in a New Forest fun run. read more

  • Plan to sell three former school sites clears first hurdle

    PLANS to sell three axed Waterside school sites to property developers have cleared their first major hurdle. read more

  • Andover athletes in county championships

    THE Andover athletes travelled to Portsmouth for the first major meeting of the summer, to compete in the Hampshire County Championships. read more

  • Andover rugby girls reach plate final

    Andover Girls U14's celebrated their first year together by reaching the plate final at the RFUW National 7's tournament at Harpenden. read more

  • Record entry for tennis tournament

    A BRAVE decision to play the Windmill Hill Bourne Valley Tennis Tournament last Sunday, despite the bad weather forecast, paid off when the rain came only in the final stages rather than throughout the day as had been anticipated. read more

  • Soccer trials for boys and girls

    Andover Football Club are holding trials for their under 15, 16, 17 & 18 boys squads for the 2005/2006 season at the Portway Stadium, East Portway Industrial Estate next Tuesday (June 14, 2005). read more

  • Andover batsmen fail to shine

    ANDOVER 1st XI, sponsored by Powells, were trounced by Portsmouth in the first of the all day games this season - although the match did not last all day! read more

  • Car you just can't ignore

    WITH prices starting at just £17,995, the eagerly awaited 9-3 SportWagon is expected to become Saab's UK best seller. The new Saab 9-3 SportWagon is a car that no buyer in the rapidly-expanding premium midsize estate segment can ignore. read more

  • For whom the road tolls

    FEARS that motoring and administration costs for the business driving community will increase under government congestion charging plans have been expressed by Hampshire-based ACFO, the Association of Car Fleet Operators. read more

  • Wardens help fight estate yob menace

    WINCHESTER civic chiefs are hailing the success of a warden scheme introduced on a city estate in February. read more

  • Fusion meets many needs

    HENDY Ford in Fareham is to host a dedicated Motabilty weekend on June 18 and 19 for all current and prospective customers. read more

  • Annual cycling festival

    WINCHESTER will be celebrating the tenth anniversary of its annual cycling festival from this weekend. read more

  • Mini adventure

    ON October 28-30 Misano Circuit near San Marino in Italy will play host to the first-ever International Mini Challenge, pitting the best Mini racers from across the world head-to-head in a multi-discipline contest. read more

  • Cathedral on mission for change

    WINCHESTER Cathedral today unveiled the biggest redevelopment in decades of its historic Inner Close. read more

  • Volvo is on crest of a wave

    TO CELEBRATE the start of the next, round-the-world Volvo Ocean Race in November and its official UK stopover this time next year in Portsmouth, Volvo is introducing special Volvo Ocean Race editions of the XC90, XC70 and V70. read more

  • Webwise youngsters get political

    TALENTED pupils from a Hampshire school have reached the final of a prestigious competition to design a state-of-the-art political website. read more

  • Top marks for city school

    Redbridge Community School was described as outstanding as it became the first city school to receive Ofsted's highest praise... read more

  • Food up to SCRATCH

    THERE were no kitchen nightmares for chefs who cooked up a selection of nutritious meals at a Southampton hostel for the homeless. read more

  • Is your child a picture of perfection?

    ENTRIES to the Daily Echo Child of the Year 2005 contest are pouring in. read more

  • Fatal caravan blaze not suspicious

    THE fire which killed a showground worker trapped inside his burning caravan is not being treated as suspicious. read more

  • We've been railroaded!

    IT seemed like a dream place to live. With their leafy secluded garden, Matt and Gill Tipple hardly noticed the trains that breezed just past their home. read more

  • 30 jobs go as the alcopop bubble bursts

    THE changing tastes of British drinkers have cost 30 Southampton workers their jobs. read more


    A FRAIL pensioner today spoke of her terror after thieves tricked their way into her home and turned off a machine that helps keep her alive. read more

  • Drunken yobs at top of worries list

    ANTISOCIAL behaviour from Southampton's student population, overcrowded roads and too many flats being built in the city were just some of the concerns raised by residents' associations to leading council figures at a meeting in the Civic Centre last night read more

  • Motorists urged to saddle up and fight the flab

    HEALTH bosses in Southampton are asking residents to get on their bikes in the coming week in a bid to boost health and combat soaring levels of obesity. read more

  • Motorists urged to saddle up and fight the flab

    HEALTH bosses in Southampton are asking residents to get on their bikes in the coming week in a bid to boost health and combat soaring levels of obesity. read more

  • Don't Dress For Dinner

    From the West End to Romsey, Marc Camoletti's comedy transfers well. read more

  • Abigail's Party

    Originally screened by the BBC, Abigail's Party is a brave choice as the audience's expectations are high. A snap shot of the lives of three sets of neighbours, at a clichd soiree. Marital bliss and tact is not served with the hors d'oeuvres and gin. read more

  • Summer Holiday

    Theatre Royal WinchesterSUMMER Holiday is based on the well-known film and follows the travels of four friends on a double-decker bus across Europe. The stage version is packed full of familiar songs. read more

  • Murder Play

    IT'S murder in Woolston this weekend as The Dalian Players perform Simon Brett's comedy Murder in Play. read more

  • Talking to Terrorists

    A STRIKING and brilliant new play that deals head on with the contentious subject of terrorism opens at the Salisbury Playhouse on Tuesday. read more

  • All's Well That Ends Well

    IT'S more a case of 'All's Well That Begins Well' for Shakespeare-based Titchfield Festival Theatre (TFT). The award-winning group launches its season with Shakespeare's much loved comedy All's Well That Ends Well and for director Frank Veresi the pressure is on. read more

  • Police HQ homes plan welcomed

    PLANS to demolish one of Winchester's best-known buildings and replace it with 300 homes have been tentatively welcomed by councillors. read more

  • Red hot!

    NISSAN'S whizzy, new Micra 160SR has hit the streets with a rival-bashing price - at £9,995, it undercuts the Mini One, Ford Fiesta Zetec-S and the Citron C2 VTR. read more

  • In Port

    Today's Principal Arrivals: CFF Seine, roro, 0445, 30; QE2, passenger, 0530, 38/9; Asian breeze, roro, 1630, 202. read more

  • Volvo is on crest of a wave

    TO CELEBRATE the start of the next, round-the-world Volvo Ocean Race in November and its official UK stopover this time next year in Portsmouth, Volvo is introducing special Volvo Ocean Race editions of the XC90, XC70 and V70. read more

  • New way off-road

    THE 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee arrives in the UK this month and is all-new from the ground up. A sportier appearance and roomier interior mask significant improvements to its on-road handling and performance. read more

  • Lexus fleet review

    LEXUS is continuing to follow on from its fifth successive JD Power and Associates win with a third successive win in the latest Sewells Fleet Operator survey. This latest achievement proves that Lexus has the most satisfied fleet operators as well as the most satisfied customers. read more

  • The night a knockout blow was dealt to city's pride

    The crowd gathered outside the old Daily Echo office in Above Bar, Southampton, was 10,000-strong and all faces looked anxiously up to a screen positioned in one of the windows of the newspaper building. read more

  • Sales on the move

    PAUL Sales, the man who gloriously headed Eastleigh into the Conference South just over a month ago, is on his way out of the Sparshatts Stadium. read more

  • Butler leaves Bash after his pay is cut

    GEOFF Butler has parted company with Bashley after turning down a pay cut for next season. read more

  • More bad news for Hursley Park

    WINLESS Hursley Park are without three influential players as they bid to halt a four-match losing run against ECB Southern Electric Premier League rivals Bournemouth at The Quarters tomorrow, 11.30am. read more

  • On your bike, Spider!

    HAMPSHIRE bowler Alan Mullally is revving up for the biggest night of his benefit so far - an Ashes dinner with Michael Vaughan, Andrew Flintoff, Brett Lee and Shane Warne. read more

  • Crawley to keep his place behind stumps

    JOHN CRAWLEY is set to play against England as a wicketkeeper - six years after his one-day international career ended behind the stumps. read more


    ROD BRANSGROVE is preparing for the biggest three days of his chairmanship - adamant that the mistakes have been learned from England's last visit to The Rose Bowl. read more

  • Emo blazes the birdie trail

    GARY EMERSON surged to the top of the leaderboard in the Dutch Open with a barrage of birdies as the second round got under way at Hilversum today. read more

  • Smith sends Paultons sprawling

    Paultons (82 all out) lost to Easton & MW (306 for 2) by 190 runs - rain-reduced target Saturday's match was a cakewalk for Easton, who beat Paultons by a massive margin on the back of a big ton from Scott Smith. read more

  • Stroud School win at Rose Bowl

    STROUD School U11 boys enjoyed a successful day at the Rose Bowl just before half term in the Hampshire School's Cricket Association 8 a-side hardball competition. read more

  • Last ball win for OTR

    Old Tauntonians & Romsey (136 for 9) beat Hungerford (163 all out) by 1 wicket - rain-reduced target. OLD Tauntonians & Romsey are hoping that Saturday's thrilling last ball win at home to Hungerford - their first of the campaign - will have kick-started their season. read more

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