A HAMPSHIRE man has left more than £1m in his will. David John House, of Upham Street, Upham, died on August 26 last year, leaving an estate valued at £1,082,420 gross to relatives.
MAIL bosses today confirmed that Winchester's main post office will move into WH Smith 220 yards away.
BINMEN in a Hampshire borough are to get extra colleagues in an emergency bid to stop them having to lug around too much rubbish.
POLICE are today stepping up their investigation into a gang attack on a Hampshire man.
A COOKER fitter from Hampshire who filmed a schoolgirl having a shower and indecently exposed himself to a customer has been spared jail. Gareth Wright hid his mobile phone in a pile of clothes to film the 15-year-old take a shower, Reading Crown Court heard.
BANKING giant HSBC has moved to reassure customers after admitting a computer disc containing sensitive information about 370,000 people was lost after being posted from its Southampton offices.
THE so-called "Delia Effect" has struck again after a food mixer sold out in Southampton the day after featuring on the celebrity chef's latest show, How to Cheat at Cooking.
Sarah JOnes gets to grips with one of the men cleaning up Southampton - quite literally.
Advances in DNA testing finally trapped serial predator
A SOUTHAMPTON man, who killed a milkman hours after taking amphetamine, has today been jailed for three years.
AMBITIOUS plans to build a port visitor attraction above the new Southampton cruise terminal have been shelved, the Daily Echo can reveal.
TWO Southampton mums are hoping to promote and celebrate breastfeeding with a city-wide art competition.
Meal times have become the new battleground of late. Actually, battleground is probably a bit strong but I certainly approach lunch and dinner time with a certain degree of trepidation.
Pensioners Forum warns of legal moves over free travel
Runners of all ages and abilities are entering the final stage of preparation for the London Marathon. Echo reporter Ash Bolton joins them.
HAMPSHIRE mum Claire Ford took the challenge to raise money for a charity that helped her son when he was seriously ill.
ONE Southampton couple hoping to make a marathon effort next month is Kevin and Sally Gilbert from Shirley.
Triumphant homecoming for Southampton star Helena
IT was an understated entrance as KT Tunstall opened with Little Favours the first track from her latest album.
Council cracks down on irresponsible dumping
A high-powered car has been stolen from outside a house in Stockbridge.
A SOUTHAMPTON pub landlord has banned the Chancellor from drinking in his Shirley boozer in protest at tax hikes on alcohol.
DRIVERS are being warned to avoid the eastbound stretch of the A31 this morning after a five-vehicle collision.
Today's principal Southampton arrivals: NYK Libra, container, 0130, 207; Vantage, container, 0330, 7; Autotransporter, roro, 0615, 201; Carmen, vehicle, 0630, 34/35; Grande Meditteraneo, vehicle, 0830, 102; Don Pasquale, vehicle, 0930, 43; NYK Virgo, container, 1400, 207
Richards brilliant doggie students are divas on the dance floor!
Celtic fans are undecided over the future of manager Gordon Strachan according to the president of the Affiliation of Celtic Supporters' Clubs, Peter Rafferty.
Giles Clarke admits England players who do not renew their central contracts would be free to play in the Indian Premier League - but they could also jeopardise their international futures.
I WOULD like to say thank you to the very kind gentleman I met at the vets last week.
WITH regard to tackling the issue of cat pooh in the garden, might I offer some advice to the readers suffering. As a cat lover I welcome the local cats into my garden, but on condition that they do not use it as a toilet! To this end, should I see one doing the business, a quick squirt with a water pistol (that's water pistol, NOT water cannon!) soon puts an end to the matter. It does the cat no harm, but they really hate it and very quickly learn.
YOUR article that mentioned bedbugs reminded me of something that happened to my father in the last war.
I AM afriad that I have to respond to Martin Kyrle's letter in Thursday's Echo regarding the highly contentious issue of Eastleigh allotments. Where I have no objection to Mr Kyrle opposing my views I will seriously contest his derogatory comments on allotment protesters integrity and the accuracy of information published in previous correspondence on this issue.
REFERRING to various insinuating comments from readers and the comment regarding "disabled and their cars appear to be well off and do not need these concessions''. I would like everyone to realise that the disabled are independent, appreciate all the help they receive and the assistance that is afforded them, and importantly they have worked hard to support a family all through their lives. There are no freeloaders in this world.
HAMPSHIRE chairman Rod Bransgrove is considering hosting Indian Premier League matches at the Rose Bowl.
I HAVE been very fortunate never to have needed an ambulance until recently.
CHRIS Lucketti hopes to make Southampton the eighth club of his career.
EASTLEIGH won the Gales Hants Plate sponsored by Fullers Brewery in a hard-fought game with Farnborough at Bishopstoke.
ANDREW Surman is ready to stay out of position at left-back to help Saints beat the drop.
ONE shot off the lead, two holes to play. Justin Rose was that close to possibly winning the Masters last year.
SENIOR executives of shipbuilding and support services giant VT got their hands dirty in Southampton baking cakes.
THE Arabian port giant which half owns Southampton Container Terminals has seen its profits rise by more than half in the last year.
HAMPSHIRE bank note printer De La Rue has drawn up a shortlist of bidders for its £450m cash systems business, it has emerged.
COUNCIL tax campaigners have warned civic leaders in Hampshire about wasting tax payers' cash to take on post offices facing the axe.
TV gardener Alan Titchmarsh has been appointed High Sheriff of the Isle of Wight - amid protest from locals that he is not an Islander.
THE story of a Second World War veteran's search for a drinking buddy has touched the hearts of Daily Echo readers.
FOR nearly 40 years, its lifeboat volunteers have been serving the sailing community from a pokey garage, without proper facilities to wash, change or dry off after a call out.