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  • MISSION IMPOSSIBLE III (12A)

    LALO Schifrin's thunderous theme tune given a contemporary spin by Kanye West...CHECK. read more

  • Bale: We'll win it for Craig

    WELSH youth international Gareth Bale has pledged to win the Academy League Play-off final for injured team mate Craig Richards. read more

  • Limbering-up for heart run

    HUNDREDS put on their running shoes to raise money for the British Heart Foundation by taking part in the first ever Southampton Sprint. read more

  • In market for weekly event

    SOUTHAMPTON is to get a new weekly market in the historic heart of the city. read more

  • Travellers served with legal notice

    EVICTION papers have been served on a traveller encampment which sprung up in the heart of a New Forest village. read more

  • An ice way to get healthy

    STUDENTS got their skates on at a Southampton sixth form college - not because they were running late, but so they could glide on ice. read more

  • Zero tolerance policy on ambulance violence

    A ZERO tolerance campaign is being launched against those who physically or verbally abuse paramedics. read more

  • Neighbours get first look at 'new Waitrose'

    HOUSEHOLDERS in the Stoney Lane area of Weeke have received invitations to see how a proposed new Waitrose would impact on their lives. read more

  • Blue is the colour as city goes Tory

    THE political landscape turned blue last week, but the streets will be multi-coloured again after the victorious Tories pledged to reinstate the popular hanging baskets across the city. read more

  • Painter's collarbone broken in fall from scaffolding

    A WORKER broke his collarbone when he fell from scaffolding in the city on Tuesday morning. read more

  • Loyalty can not save US base

    THE government has praised the "loyalty and commitment" of workers at a Hampshire military base - but refused to call on US Army bosses to lift the threat of closure. read more

  • County's youth council voting

    THE county's youth are being asked to go to the polls - less than two weeks after the local elections. read more

  • At home with Terry Pain

    Don't miss this Saturday's Daily Echo magazine for Jeremy Wilson's exclusive interview with the man who has played more games for saints than anyone else in the club's history. read more

  • Legion events

    The 85th anniversary of The Royal British Legion will be marked with two events in the Eastleigh area. read more

  • Le Tiss and Benali turn coach for the day

    THEY have been getting soccer tips from two legendary Saints. read more

  • Dispersal order to be discussed

    THE latest in a series of meetings between the police and public is being held today at Crofton Community Centre in Stubbington. read more

  • Healthy shopping

    SWINGS, roundabouts and slides -- for these youngsters, nothing was too much trouble. read more

  • FOOTBALL: Winchester & District League - Northbrook Cup Final

    Goal avalanche as Twyford take their third trophy read more

  • Crowds come out to support Jackson

    A Testimonial match in aid of former Winchester City player Michael Jackson was attended by more than 600 spectators at the Denplan City ground last Saturday. read more

  • RUNNING: Marwell Zoo 10k Road Race

    Marwell runners aid 'Save the Rhinos' Fund read more

  • Report: killer should not have been on streets

    A SEX-attaker who, after leaving prison, murdered a Weeke mother, should not have been released, inspectors have said. read more

  • £120k jewellery raid on city shop

    POLICE are investigating a £120,000 raid on a jewellery store in Winchester this week. read more

  • Class tells as Compton lays down Mark-er

    Mark Compton (Portchester) and Gary Teague (Eastleigh) were the only locals to make the long trip to Caldwell Park, Lincolnshire, for the NG Club's two-day meeting, both being rewarded with podium finishes on Saturday with Compton (Aprilia) taking a win and Teague (Suzuki) a third in their respective races. read more

  • Kelly wraps up a F3 double

    Eastleigh-based Formula 3 driver Shane Kelly and his SK Racing team maintained their 100 per cent record in rounds 2 and 3 of the Club F3 Championship at Rocking-ham in Northamptonshire at the weekend. read more

  • Vickers takes a liking to Thruxton

    The local round of the BARC Championship racing came to Thruxton on Saturday and proved a great day for Hampshire's Stacy Vickers, Steve Cripps and David Hickton. read more

  • Rouse proves he's a Smash hit

    Hampshire prospect Adam Rouse is all set for a smashing summer with the bat and gloves after landing a full two-year equipment sponsorship deal with Smasher Sports. read more

  • Streak's luck is out as Hants turn screw

    It is not often that a Hampshire side is as dominant as Shane Warne's men have been against Warwickshire, the 2004 county champions, at Edgbaston this week. read more

  • Heath make a Strong start

    Locks Heath stole a march on their Hampshire League rivals by winning one of the two Division 1 matches at Redlynch & Hale which survived a wet opening day, writes MIKE VIMPANY. read more

  • Common go for win again

    COLDEN Common are aiming to lift the Hants Intermediate Cup for the second time in three years at Christchurch's Hurn Bridge tonight (7.45pm). read more

  • Salisbury reunion

    A host of Saints old boys will be in action at Salisbury City this Sunday. read more

  • Hants ring the changes

    HAMPSHIRE have made three changes ahead of their must-win game against Dorset and Wilts in Bournemouth on Saturday (3pm). read more

  • BOWLS - Ward can only give Hampshire a season

    THE good news is that Bill Ward will be playing Middleton Cup for Hampshire this year. The bad news is that it will be his first and last season for the county. read more

  • Bringing colour back to city

    DISAPPOINTED city residents have dug deep to bring colour to their neighbourhood to help make up for the lack of hanging baskets in Winchester. read more

  • Town launches campaign to save historic Eel House

    A CAMPAIGN to save the Eel House, in Alresford, believed to be one of Hampshire's rarest buildings, has begun in earnest. read more

  • Protest over school bus pass axing

    A WINCHESTER primary school has joined a chorus of protest over proposals to slam the brakes on free bus travel to faith schools. read more

  • Winchester Race For Life 2006

    A CARNIVAL atmosphere prevailed as women runners lined up to take part in Winchester's third Race for Life. read more

  • Anger as town centre talks go on hold again

    TALKS on delays surrounding a multi-million-pound plan to transform Totton town centre have been put on hold, the Daily Echo can reveal. read more

  • Travellers served with legal notice

    EVICTION papers have been served on a traveller encampment which sprung up in the heart of a New Forest village. read more

  • Baskets are not a hanging offence!

    WINCHESTER Conservatives have reversed the decision to ban hanging baskets in the city. read more

  • BOWLS - Lymington sides off to great start outside

    LYMINGTON have made a flying start to the new outdoor campaign on two fronts. read more

  • Darnton celebrating 'point of principle' win

    BASHLEY have been ordered to pay up the rest of sacked player-coach Andy Darnton's contract by a court of law. read more

  • BOXING - Gill upset by Weaver loss

    GOLDEN Ring boxing club trainer Stuart Gill believes promising youngster Iain Weaver was "robbed" when he lost the national final of the junior ABAs in Barnsley. read more

  • £30,000 cash boost

    BIG-hearted healthcare insurers have donated £30,000 to fund cancer care for youngsters at Southampton General Hospital. read more

  • Hippo days are here again. . .

    JAMES Bennett, the managing director of Hampshire waste management company Hippowaste, and marketing colleague Lisa Fines mark the 100,000th domestic collection of the famous foldaway skip bag. The firm was set up three years ago and employs 55 people at its head office in Titchfield, near Fareham. read more

  • Shipping movements

    Today's principal Southampton arrivals: Heidelberg Express, container, 1130, 204; Ingolstadt, container, 1130, 43; Autoprestige, roro, 1430, 203; Hoegh Trove, roro, 1430, 40; Manon, vehicle carrier, 1630, 34/35 read more

  • At home with Terry Pain

    Don't miss this Saturday's Daily Echo magazine for Jeremy Wilson's exclusive interview with the man who has played more games for saints than anyone else in the club's history. read more

  • Bale: We’ll win it for Craig

    WELSH youth international Gareth Bale has pledged to win the Academy League Play-off final for injured team mate Craig Richards. read more

  • JORDAN

    JORDAN JESSIE Sad and sudden departure of our precious Mother
    and best friend
    Jessie Lavinia Jordan,
    widow of
    Thomas Jordan
    on Saturday,
    May 6th, 2006.
    Mother to Martin, Jane and Maureen and devoted Grandmother to Patrice and Patrick
    and Great Grandmother to
    baby Isis Aurore.
    Sam, your devoted Labrador, still waits for you at the bottom of the stairs.
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    Mum, you never complained about your own troubles and never gave in.
    Your strength and determination in life, your infinite kindness and sincerity will never be forgotten and will remain an inspiration to all who came into your life especially Cécilia Belle, cousins Jeanette, John Harry and Robert.
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    A special 'Thank you' to Dr Sheila Sorby, GP's and nurses at the Botley Health Centre.
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    The Funeral Service will take place in
    Our Lady of Assumption Roman
    Catholic Church,
    Hedge End
    on Friday,
    May 19th, 2006
    at 11.00 a.m.
    Family flowers only.
    Donations if
    desired for
    Eastleigh
    Outreach Team
    (Mental Health)
    c/o F.C. Hughes
    Funeral Directors and Monumental Masons
    46 St Johns Road
    Hedge End
    Southampton
    SO30 4AG
    Tel. (01489) 782404.

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  • DEEDMAN

    DEEDMAN GEORGINA
    NORA A special Mum, Nan, Great Nan and Sister
    who slipped peacefully away
    at home on
    May 5th, 2006.
    God Bless.
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    Funeral Service
    will be held at Southampton Crematorium,
    East Chapel
    on Tuesday,
    May 16th, 2006
    at 3.00 p.m.
    Donations for
    Friends of Countess Mountbatten House
    c/o H. Powell & Son.
    Eling Lane
    Totton.
    SO40 9GB

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  • BOWEN

    BOWEN MAUDIE
    ELIZABETH
    Nee GREENFIELD
    5-12-1913 to 7-5-2006 Late of the
    Hants and Dorset
    Bus Company.
    Passed peacefully away at Southampton
    General Hospital.
    You are finally at peace.
    God has taken you that extra mile to
    Heavens gate.
    We will all miss
    you so much,
    especially your nephew David and Christine, Phillip and Lidia,
    Andrea and Mike and their children, Adam, Sam and Nicky
    and Doris, her friend.
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    Grateful thanks to all the staff on G9 for
    their kindness.
    ----
    Funeral at Southampton Crematorium,
    West Chapel,
    on Tuesday, May 16th, 2006, at 2.15 p.m. then afterwards at
    60, Crowther Close, Sholing.
    Flowers to
    The Lawns,
    Cooperative
    Funeral Care,
    461, Butts Road,
    Sholing,
    Soton.

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