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  • Man has ear sliced off in nightclub

    A REVELLER had part of his ear sliced off as danced in a Hampshire nightclub. read more

  • Georges Prost leaves Saints for Lyon

    Georges Prost is to end his five-year spell as Saints' 'technical director' for a similar position with Gerard Houllier's Lyon. read more

  • Eight years for murderer who gave police evidence

    A GANG member who murdered a Hampshire pensioner in a ''vicious and sustained'' attack but later gave evidence against his friends was jailed for life today. read more

  • Crufts winner beaten to death by burglars

    A TOP class Crufts winning Doberman has been battered to death in its own home by burglars. read more

  • Major facelift for city park

    AN UNKEMPT Southampton park is to get a major new facelift with added facilities for the community. read more

  • Baxter’s journey from Spitfire to microphone

    He possessed a voice people recognised instantly. The tone and dignity meant he was there to describe great state occasions such as the funerals of Winston Churchill and Lord Mountbatten. read more

  • Play abandoned without a ball bowled at the Rose Bowl

    DAY ONE: Hampshire v Lancashire, Rose Bowl, LV County Championship. read more

  • The Nic Pothas Column

    Do not be surprised if Stuart Clark takes a bundle of wickets against Lancashire. read more

  • Mortgage lender in management buyout

    HAMPSHIRE mortgage lender TML Financial Solutions has been bought by its management for an undisclosed sum. read more

  • Give Forest bikers free rein

    I THINK it's crazy that we are restricted using bicycles in the New Forest. read more

  • Additvies to cannabis are causing the illnesses

    I AGREE with A Kebbell (Letters, April 27) that Jing Wu should be sent back to his own country for running cannabis factories in Southampton. read more

  • UK and Great Britain

    "I WOULD like to know when Great Britain changed to the UK!'' demands Andrew Reynolds (Letters, May 2), demonstrating in one fell swoop a somewhat loose grasp of geography, history and politics - given that Great Britain is so called for no other reason than it is the largest island of the archipelago known, respected and loved the wide world over as the British Isles. read more

  • No candidate represented my views

    I CANNOT be alone in my disappointment over the lack of candidates available (Totton East ward). read more

  • M27 lesson not learned

    IN view of the ongoing saga with the traffic signals at the M27/M271 junction, surely the Highways Authority should have learned their lesson from the fiasco they produced a few years ago at Junction 7 (Hedge End) westbound. You may recall they attempted to regulate the flow of traffic onto the motorway and the only thing it did produce was total chaos on the surrounding roads. read more

  • Repairs to vandalism

    I WONDER whether the council could explain the disparity in available expenditure for areas of Sholing. I am advised by the parks and gardens office/maintenance department that there is insufficient funding to replace seven seats in Sholing Valley that have been vandalised, yet there appears to be sufficient funding for continuous replacement of the fencing at the children's playground in the same area, itself repeatedly vandalised and seldom used for its purpose for that very reason. read more

  • Alan Ball

    Alan Ball you were a hero, You brought a football match to life; You had your share of tragedy, When you lost your dearest wife I never knew you Alan But now that you have died It's as if you were my father And I just broke down and cried. read more

  • Dock Movements

    Today's principal Southampton arrivals: Euphoria, container, 0545, 205; Chikuma Reefer, refrigerated, 0600, 104; Franconia, roro, 0600, 43; Aurora, passenger, 0700, 106; Toledo, vehicle, 0730, 34/35; Novtas H, cargo, 1930, 203; Kirsten Maersk, container, 2230, 207; Hoegh Paris, roro, 2330, 40 read more

  • Flybe’s £394m quieter fleet

    SOUTHAMPTON Airport's largest carrier Flybe has bought 15 new planes in a £394m deal. read more

  • Put your questions to man responsible for 'south's worst road blunder'

    IT has been branded one of the worst highways blunders in the south, causing daily misery for thousands of motorists. read more

  • Plenty to Boast about!

    At the ripe old age of 75 Bert Boast has leapt 12,000ft out of a plane in memory of his late wife read more

  • 600 homes without water after mains burst

    ABOUT 600 homes in a Hampshire town were today without water after a water main burst during the early hours of this morning. read more

  • Alan Ball's children face huge tax bill for medal sale

    THE grieving children of Alan Ball face a massive tax bill for the sale of the football legend's World Cup winner's medal, the Daily Echo can reveal. read more

  • Clamping down on street vice

    SOUTHAMPTON has become one of seven places in the country chosen to pilot a new government scheme to crack down on kerb crawlers. read more

  • Policeman jailed for 15 years for sex attacks

    A SOUTHAMPTON police sergeant has been jailed for 15 years after being convicted of raping a schoolgirl. read more

  • Police took law into own hands, court told

    AN off-duty Hampshire policewoman took the law into her own hands and falsely arrested a man she believed had beaten up her disabled brother, a court heart. read more

  • Burley: We've got the bottle

    George Burley believes his £60m jackpot chasers have proved they can handle the big game pressure. read more

  • Wright, Powell in race for second leg

    George Burley has not ruled out either Jermaine Wright or Darren Powell for Saints' second leg play-off semi-final clash with Derby. read more

  • Vase hero won't be Lord's star

    Iain Brunnschweiler could play in goal for AFC Totton in Sunday's Carlsberg FA Vase final against Truro City at Wembley Stadium. read more

  • Claus heartbreak

    SAINTS skipper Claus Lundekvam has revealed his Championship play-off heartbreak. read more

  • Win tickets to Saints v Derby

    THEY are like gold dust. Everybody wants to get hold of tickets to Saints' play-off clash with Derby County at St Mary's on Saturday. read more

  • Hundreds sign up to fight quarry plan

    HUNDREDS of residents have signed a petition against plans for a huge quarry on the edge of a Hampshire community. read more

  • Yachtsmen abandon race to aid sea rescue

    TWO Hampshire men gave up hopes of victory in a yacht race to help rescue three divers at sea. read more

  • Hampshire commuters hit by rail fare hike

    SOUTH West Trains have admitted they are only implementing 20 per cent ticket price hikes from Hampshire stations where it faces no competition. read more

  • £184,000 - how much a glassing attack costs the NHS

    THE human cost of being attacked by a glass in a pub is horrendous. read more

  • Second crash victim loses her fight for life

    A SECOND person has died following a head-on collision on the A30 near Stockbridge last month. read more

  • PACK ALBERT My

    PACK ALBERT My Big Brother Bert, sadly passed away, God Bless you. Love Alan, Sue and family X X. 

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  • PACK BERT Will

    PACK BERT Will be sadly missed by daughter Shirley, son-in-law Malc, grandchildren and great grandchildren. XX  

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  • MORRIS MICHAEL WILLIAM HENRY It's

    MORRIS MICHAEL WILLIAM HENRY It's fourteen years since you've been gone but our memories of you stay strong. You were "Simply The Best". Love always. Rosie, Martin, Jacqueline, Michelle and families. X X X X . 

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  • DURE DORIS Treasured

    DURE DORIS Treasured memories
    of my darling Mum,
    who passed away on May 9th, 1981. Loved and remembered every day. From your loving
    son Peter
    and daughter-in-law Val. X X X 

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  • PENGILLEY JUNE Treasured

    PENGILLEY JUNE Treasured memories of a dearly loved Wife, Mother, Nan and Great Nan,
    who passed away one year ago today. Sadly missed by
    all the family.  Husband Geoff. 

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  • WOTTON MARGARET

    WOTTON MARGARET AND DOUGLAS Are delighted to announce the birth of their first Grandchild. A son for Tim and Katie, Felix William Lloyd, on Tuesday May 1st at St Georges Hospital, London. Our grateful thanks to the expertise of the Hammersmith Hospital.  

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  • DAN

    DAN AND GEMMA Congratulations on the birth of your lovely daughter and our first grandchild, Lilly May Marchant born on May 5th, 2007. Love Dad, Mich, Rebecca and Abbie-Leigh.
    X X X 

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  • HAPPY

    HAPPY 21ST  Greg Ainsworth  Congratulations on your 21st. We are very proud of you. Lots of love. Nan and Grandad. X X. 

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  • HAPPY

    HAPPY 21ST  Greg Ainsworth  We are so proud to call you our Son. Have a fantastic day. Lots of love. Mum, John, Sam, Callum and Lewis. X X. 

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  • HAPPY

    HAPPY 16TH BIRTHDAY NICHOLA HUMPHREY To our lovely god-daughter on her special day (your day has finally arrived.) With lots of love Karl, Kaye, Holly and bump. X X X  

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  • COOK ANN Beloved

    COOK ANN Beloved Wife
    of David. Died peacefully
    at home on
    May 3rd, 2007,
    surrounded by her loving family. ---------- MUM Wonderful Mum of Lisa, Andrew
    and Carol. ---------- SPECIAL GRANNY Thank you for being my 'Mum' and
    Special Granny.
    Deepest love
    from Luke. ---------- GRANNY ANNIE We will always miss you, Liam and Tiffany. ---------- Funeral Service at Portchester Crematorium on Monday May 14th,
    at 12.30 p.m. Family flowers
    only please.
    If wished donations to Macmillan Cancer Care
    may be sent c/o  A.H. Freemantle Ltd.
    46 South Street,
    Titchfield,
    Hampshire,
    PO14 4DY. 

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  • JACOBS ROBIN

    JACOBS ROBIN  "JAKE" Aged 81, peacefully on Tuesday, May 8th, 2007 at Littlehaven Nursing Home. Beloved Father of Stephen, Jocelyn and Jane. Proud Grandfather of Emily, Rebecca, Katie, Peter and Clare.
    Funeral Service to be held on Wednesday, May 16th, 2007, at 2.20 p.m. in the East Chapel of Southampton Crematorium. Flowers and enquiries c/o Henry Powell, 11 - 13, Eling Lane, Totton. Tel: 023 8086 2249 

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  • CAMPBELL ANTHONY JOHN Passed

    CAMPBELL ANTHONY JOHN Passed away
    peacefully at home
    on May 3rd, 2007,
    aged 55. ********** HUSBAND
    DAD
    GRANDAD Our lives will never be the same without you,
    our hearts are
    full of loving
    memories of you. Will be sadly missed. Love you always. Sandra, Tessa and Tony, Michael and Emma, Reece, Ryan, James and Regan. X X X  ********** Much loved Son of Elsie and Bill, passed away May 3rd, 2007. Forever in our hearts. Love Mum and Dad. X X X  ********** Tony, although your passing hurts so much, I do feel lucky to have only good memories of our times together. You will be
    greatly missed. Love from brother Pete, Nicky,
    Barry and Mary. X X X ********** Tony, Brother-in-law and mate to Marian and Richard, Uncle
    to Richard (Jnr) God Bless mate, will miss our nights out. X X X ********** Funeral Service
    will take place
    at Southampton Crematorium,
    East Chapel
    on Monday,
    May 14th
    at 1.00 p.m. Immediate family flowers only. Donations if
    desired for
    "Cancer Research UK"
    may be sent to: R.C Payne & Son,
    Shirley Road,
    Shirley,
    Southampton,
    SO15 3HY. Tel. (023) 8077 3776. All welcome to join the family afterwards at Shirley Social Club. 

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  • NEWELL JOAN Passed

    NEWELL JOAN Passed peacefully on May 3rd, 2007. Much loved by sister Sylve and Chris, sister-in-law Dawn, nephew David and family. In our hearts
    forever Joan. We will cherish
    all our loving memories of you. 

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  • NEWELL JOAN Peacefully

    NEWELL JOAN Peacefully on May 3rd, 2007. Dear Sister to Pat, Sister-in-law and Aunt to Jack and Ian. Goodnight, God Bless X X. 

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