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  • Pitcher finds it's good to be back

    Romsey Golf Club has a new head professional, although the face will be a familiar one to many of the club's members. read more

  • £100,000 fine for Southampton University Hospitals Trust

    Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust have been fined £100,000 for failing to supervise two junior doctors when a patient died following a routine knee operation. read more

  • City women love their sweets but not their looks

    SWEET-toothed Southampton women have been revealed as the country's chocoholics - and if anyone comments on their size, they are most likely to lie about their true weight. read more

  • Help this Daisy bloom!

    THEY have sown the seeds - now they are hoping it will grow and grow. read more

  • Charity truck pull

    ROBUST employees from a clutch of Hampshire firms huffed and puffed their way through a gruelling truck-pulling competition to raise funds for charity. read more

  • Freedom march will bring city to standstill

    WINCHESTER city centre will come to a temporary standstill tomorrow. read more

  • Free sailing lessons at Cowes regatta

    FINANCIAL services giant Skandia - title sponsors of the world-famous Cowes regatta on the Isle of Wight, pictured - is doubling the number of free sailing lessons available for visitors to this year's event. read more

  • Building industry needs youngsters

    THOUSANDS of youngsters from across Hampshire are to be targeted for jobs in a £1m TV advertising campaign for the construction industry. read more

  • New guide to care at home

    A NEW guide for people who need care in their own homes has been published by county bosses. read more

  • Pilot scheme for fire victims

    THE ISLE of Wight's Fire and Rescue service is joining forces with the British Red Cross to pilot a scheme that aims to help victims of fire, flood and other tragedies. read more

  • £4,500 for special club

    A HAMPSHIRE club that helps teenagers with special needs has received a £4,500 grant to help cover its costs for the next year. read more

  • Pilot scheme for fire victims

    THE ISLE of Wight's Fire and Rescue service is joining forces with the British Red Cross to pilot a scheme that aims to help victims of fire, flood and other tragedies. read more

  • Spot of revision on menu

    BANANAS and water were on the menu at the Revision Skills Conference run by a Hampshire college. read more

  • Race to capture residents' votes

    THE race for votes has begun, following the announcement of the candidates standing in this year's local elections on May 4. read more

  • Death crash probe continues

    POLICE are appealing for witnesses to an accident that killed an 86-year-old man and left another driver badly injued. read more

  • Youth shelters could curb yobbish culture

    YOUTH shelters could be the answer to tackling yobbish behaviour in Fawley and Holbury. read more

  • Win tickets to Europe's largest public golf show

    The celebrities are gathering for the London Golf Show. read more

  • Barton ladies out in force

    A large turnout of 73 members attended Barton-on-Sea Golf Club's ladies' section annual dinner and prize-giving last month. read more

  • Victory is Taylor made

    JIM Taylor picked up the first silverware when Southampton and District Lawyers Golf Society held its first meeting of the year, the Johnny Johnson Cup at Hockley GC. read more

  • Giddings and Pink triumph

    Victory in the latest Hampshire Alliance meeting (Alliance Bowl) went to Simon Pink (Meon Valley) and Rob Giddings (Waterlooville) with a fine score of +9 - each player providing five birdies, with only one hole being lost. read more

  • Chairman: Dave is still City hero

    CHAIRMAN Martin Moody reckons David Malone doesn't deserve the flak he's taking for announcing he is to quit Winchester City this summer. read more

  • Havant's shock point

    HAVANT & Waterlooville produced a disappointing result last night when they were held 1-1 at home by lowly Carshalton. read more

  • Streak: Ashley can regain full fitness

    New Warwickshire captain Heath Streak is optimistic England spinner Ashley Giles can overcome the hip problem which has cast a major doubt over his career. read more

  • Bowling club adds up the cost of vandalism

    VANDALS have gone on a destructive rampage at a bowling club just three weeks before the season starts. read more

  • Rupert hit for six

    MICHAEL Wilde's ever-increasing Saints powerbase has received another massive boost. read more

  • FISHING - Adam finds the flatties flooding in

    Despite the time of year, good bags of flounders are still being recorded from boat and shore. read more

  • Freedom march will bring city to standstill

    WINCHESTER city centre will come to a temporary standstill tomorrow (Wed). read more

  • Building makes award shortlist

    A FLAGSHIP early years learning centre for children in Hampshire is up for an award after education chiefs in the UK decided its design was one of the best around. read more

  • No school places for extra children

    CAMPAIGNERS fighting plans for new homes in their community are facing fresh concerns there will not be enough school places for new children coming into the area. read more

  • Eggs on bikes

    RIDING the highways of Hampshire for charity this Easter, a team of B&Q staff will take to two wheels to deliver eggs and gifts to children in hospital. read more

  • Pyjama games

    HAIR stylists in a Hampshire salon will be on the cutting edge of bedtime fashion as they raise money for charity. As part of her entry into the Miss Southampton competition Laura Hebdige of Bishopstoke will be offering customers at the Shock Cuts salon a £5 haircut while wearing her pyjamas to raise cash for the Hampshire Autistic Society. read more

  • The ECB must thank us for our 'gift' to the game

    Rod Bransgrove believes The Rose Bowl should host the 2009 Twenty20 World Cup final - and a Test match within the next five years. read more

  • TATE

    (BOB) Tragically taken from us on April 5th, 2006,
    aged 38 years.
    A much loved husband, father
    and step-father.
    Forever in our hearts.
    Sarah, George
    and Beki.
    X X X
    Funeral to held
    on Tuesday,
    April 18th, 2006
    at Southampton
    East Chapel
    at 1.00 p.m.
    Family flowers only please, donations
    if so desired to
    Blue Cross
    (cheques only), c/o
    R. Hallum Funeralcare.
    185 Long Lane
    Tel. (023) 8089 3729

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    DOROTHY Passed peacefully away to join Grandad and David. Thinking about you so far away, you will always be remembered. Rob, Charlie and Anna

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  • TATE

    CHARLES Beloved son of
    Linda and Barry.
    Loved and remembered forever.

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    (JOE) Passed away April 1st, 2006, aged 85. Funeral Service to take place on Tuesday, April 18th, 2006 at Southampton Crematorium, West Chapel at 2.15 p.m. Flowers and enquiries c/o Co-Operative Funeralcare. 122, St. Mary's Road, Southampton. Tel. (023) 8022 1735

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    SIGLEY PAUL Passed away suddenly on April 1st, 2006.
    Dearly loved son of James and Marion.
    Funeral Service at
    St Marys Church, Warsash
    on Thursday,
    April 13th
    at 12.00 noon.
    No flowers please, donations to the
    British Heart Foundation or
    Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust
    (Renal Unit)
    may be sent
    c/o A.H. Freemantle
    46 South Street
    PO14 4DY

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    (nee DAVIES)
    Aged 86 Dearest life long friend of Joan Rusell.
    Her long, courageous battle with
    Parkinsons Disease was lost on
    April 6th, 2006.
    Treasured memories
    of her will enrich
    the rest of my life.
    Till we meet again Mair.

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    (Retired Totton Ambulance Driver)
    8th April 1917 - 6th April 2006 Reunited with Mary,
    his beloved wife of 58 years.
    Sadly missed but never forgotten by children
    Ann, Eric, Alan and Gill,
    their partners John, Evelyn, Shirley and Malcolm.
    Jonathan, Marie, Mark, Debbie, Sarah and Louise
    and great grandchildren
    Alexandra, Ethan, Becky and Sam.
    Funeral Service to take place
    at 11.40 a.m. on Tuesday, April 18th, 2006
    in the East Chapel at Southampton Crematorium.
    Floral tributes very welcome to
    H. Powell & Son.
    11 - 13 Eling Lane, Totton. SO40 9GB
    Tel. (023) 8086 2249

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  • GRUBB (nee

    (DOT) Passed away peacefully in her sleep
    6.36 p.m. on Wednesday, April 5th, 2006
    at her home with her family, after a long illness.
    Now reunited with her beloved husband Gordie
    and her son David.
    The Funeral Service will be held
    at Southampton Crematorium, East Chapel
    at 2.20 p.m. on Tuesday, April 18th, 2006.
    Immediate family flowers only.
    Dot would have liked any donations, if desired,
    in her name to be payable to
    Friends of Countess Mountbatten House c/o
    Peter Grubb
    24 Cowper Road, Thornhill Park, Southampton. SO19 6QN.
    We will be celebrating the life of Dorothy at
    St. Mary's Hall, Sholing after the Service.
    Please come and join us.
    All enquiries to
    B. Matthews Funeral Directors.
    Tel. (023) 8044 7965
    Mum, you suffered so much pain for so long
    but always had a smile for us and all your grandchildren and great grandchildren.
    We will now carry that pain in our hearts forever.
    You are now with Dad and David
    somewhere special, looking over us
    with a sherry in your hand.
    We will always remember the good times together and were proud to be with you at the start of your journey to be with Dad.
    Rest in peace.
    Margaret said ''Goodnight and God Bless.''
    Your devoted son Pete, his wife Margaret.
    John and Nicki, Kerry and Mike.
    Great grandchildren
    Natasha, Shaun, Gary, Jamie, Daniel, Courtney and Jade.
    Mum, a very special Lady
    who will be deeply missed.
    From her loving son Brian
    and daughter-in-law Christine.
    Your loving grandsons
    Neil and Steven, Karen and Katie.
    Sleep peacefully.
    X X X X
    Now that the sun has set
    it is time to meet Dad and David.
    Thank you for your love and memories,
    sleep peacefully.
    Your loving son Terry and wife Sue.
    Kelly, Steve, Robert, Charlotte, Stuart
    and Jemma.
    Great grandchildren Ben and Anna.

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    CONCONI FRED A dear grandfather to Will and Sara and great grandchildren Maisie and Freddie.
    We will miss you.

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    BUTCHER GWEN Passed away peacefully on
    April 6th, 2006
    aged 93 years.
    Sadly missed by all her family and friends.
    Funeral Service at
    All Saints Church, Woodside
    on Wednesday,
    April 19th
    at 1.00 p.m.
    followed by private cremation.
    Family flowers
    only please.
    Donations if
    desired to
    The Solent Mead Amenities Fund
    c/o Diamond & Son,
    9-11 Lower
    Buckland Road,
    SO41 9DN.
    Tel. (01590) 672060

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    Grandad Sadly missed,
    never forgotten.
    All our love always,
    Katie and Nick.

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    CONCONI FRED Dearly beloved husband of Joan.
    Dearest Dad to Joy
    and father-in-law
    to Keith.

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    GRUBB DOLLY Sleep peacefully after so much suffering.
    Loving sister of Lucy, brother-in-law Terry, brother Len and their families.
    We will miss our Thursday mornings.

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    LAMBERT GEORGE 14-06-33 - 05-04-06
    My husband and friend for 50 years.
    We've shared much laughter and some tears,
    and now I'm left to carry on with the help of our daughter and our son.
    Wait for me George, we'll meet again.
    My love for you will always remain.
    God bless darling,
    We saw you
    getting tired,
    we knew you had
    to go.
    It broke our hearts to see it,
    because we loved
    you so.
    A quiet, dignified man who lived his life with honesty and pride.
    "A true Gentleman"
    Always in our thoughts and hearts.
    Goodnight, God bless.
    Karen and Bern.
    Thankyou for being my Dad.
    Thankyou for being my friend.
    No words describe how much we miss you.
    Sleep peacefully now Dad.
    Nipper and Treena.
    Words cannot describe what you meant to us.
    We were proud to call you Grandad.
    Miss you today and always.
    Sleep peacefully.
    Charlotte, Laura, Sarah and Tori.
    Goodnight George.
    God bless.
    Gav, Iris, Matt, Smiler, Rachel, Dylan and Harley.
    The Funeral Service will take place at Southampton Crematorium, on Friday, April 21st,
    at 12.20.
    Flowers please to
    J. Beavis, Shirley.

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    Beautifully handcrafted hard and soft wood crosses & grave markers, complete with name plaque. Many designs.
    Free phone 0800 3281678 for a brochure.

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    ALLSTONE MEMORIALS, Lowest prices in the south. Memorials from £284. Repairs, cleaning etc. For friendly advice & a Free brochure 023 8070 5690

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    (NAN) The family
    would like to thank
    all who attended the Funeral Service especially those we could not speak to personally.
    A special thank you for the beautiful floral tributes, messages of sympathy and donations received following the sad loss of Nan.

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  • LILY

    LILY FAY FARMINER KELLY and PHIL announce the birth of their daughter, sister to Maisy and Max, born on
    March 30th, 2006, at 6.04am,
    weighing 7lbs 14ozs.

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