HAMPSHIRE'S Justin Rose produced a brilliant opening round at the Masters, tying for the overnight lead in the first major of the year.
TO tie in with the Southampton FAs and SFLs centenary celebrations we are publishing a series of articles looking back at some of the highlights for both organisations.
Campaigners have come out to commend the Food Standards Authority after it recommended food colourings should be removed from foods.
A man has been charged after an accident which killed an 84-year-old woman.
Former defence procurement minister Lord Drayson must attend the inquest of 10 British servicemen, including one from Hampshire, killed when their Hercules aircraft was shot down in Iraq to explain why the craft lacked a vital safety feature, a lawyer…
STAFF at a New Forest shopping centre have launched a fundraising initiative after watching air ambulance crews save a man's life.
STONEHENGE has been voted Britain's greatest landmark in a poll of Southampton residents.
HAMPSHIRES beaches are being ruined by an avalanche of discarded rubbish according to a new report out today.
It was the bloodiest moment of the Second World War for one Hampshire village but it wasnt the Nazis who brought blood to the streets of Kingsclere. PETER LAW reports on the secret massacre hushed up by the Allies.
Sandra Court was found strangled in a water-filled ditch in 1986 ¨C but police are still determined to catch her killer and believe an anonymous letter-writer could hold the key. JOHN HOSKINS tells the story of an enduring mystery.
A ROYAL Navy recruit from the New Forest has an appointment to appear before The Queen.
The England and Wales Cricket Board has given Shane Bond the go-ahead to play for Hampshire this season.
Manufacturers should voluntarily remove six artificial food colourings from their products, the board of the Food Standards Agency (FSA) recommended today.
BURGLARS forced their way into lonely drinker Jack Hammond's favourite watering hole to steal charity cash afterhours - just days after Jack's appeal for pub buddies was highlighted in the Daily Echo.
DOZENS of drivers were left open to credit card fraud after receipts containing their details were dumped, it has been claimed.
Southampton will stage a series of events to commemorate the tragedy Exactly 96 years ago, on April 10, 1912, the greatest passenger liner of her time gently eased away from the Southampton dockside, her decks packed with excited passengers all…
Two rare and dramatic eyewitness accounts from before and after the sinking of Titanic have been made available for sale.
MOST women would shudder at the prospect of standing on a stage in just a skimpy bikini - But Marina Cornwall isn't most women.
A HIGH-SPEED Solent waterbus connecting Southampton with Portsmouth has been proposed as part of a massive £2.6 billion upgrade of South Hampshire's transport network.
Wifes fears are realised as husbands body is found
IT will be one of the saddest of farewells, when the nation's two favourite Queens meet up for the last time in Southampton later this year.
A POLICE patrol car was rammed as a gang tried to escape after stealing top-ofthe- range cars from driveways.
WINCHESTER has claimed another first, but it is one it is unlikely to boast about.
Court hands out ten-year ban on keeping horses
ARMED with buckets rather than bows and arrows, Robin Hood and his Merry Men hijacked Southampton's Itchen Bridge to raise thousands of pounds for two Hampshire charities.
It doesnt have to cost a fortune to dress like an A-list celebrity as the Echo discovered
IT IS hardly surprising that the two options for the Lyndhurst bypass have been turned down. As the area is a National Park now the reason for a by-pass has ever evaporated.
AS a one-time resident of Lyndhurst, I would like to take this opportunity to say that the decision by local residents and councillors to oppose the proposed bypasses is conservative to the point of being reactionary.
I AM becoming increasingly concerned in respect of the number of anonymous letters you publish each day, whether from Friend of the Forest' - Baldy Badger drives me mad, or the two Name and Address supplied' - Why Don't They Listen and a New School and…
LAST Saturday one of my back tyres went down though not completely. I arrived at the local garage and endeavoured to pump it up. I am not good at doing this.
I LOVE the Caught on Camera photos. Though I must comment on the Autumn Splendour in the photo by Scott Mason. Subject Eyeworth Pond, Fritham, New Forest in the Daily Echo. My late grandfather Bert Smith was a New Forest keeper and I walked round that…
PLEASE could you print my letter so the powers that be' will know how sad we feel.
SEVEN voluntary organisations in the New Forest have benefited from more than £23,000 in Hampshire County Council grants.
SOUTHAMPTON docks has won business worth an estimated £1m a year from south coast rivals Ports-mouth in a move that could have far-reaching political consequences.
TOP executives from Hampshire defence giant VT proved to be a dab hand in the kitchen when they raised £35,423 for charity by baking cakes.
Today's principal Southampton arrivals: NYK Virgo, container, 0330, 207; Summit, passenger, 0430, 101; Autotransporter, roro, 0615, 201; AP Moller, container, 0700, 206; Argos, cargo, 1130, 108; Oceana, passenger, 1800, 38/9; CFL patron, cargo, 1830,…
IT was a landmark birthday his family never expected him to see.
RAY PARLOUR believes St Mary's is the perfect venue to host the Alan Ball Memorial Trophy game.
Nigel Pearson has told his players the sensational win over Bristol City will "count for nothing" if they don't continue in the same vein.
SAINTS will come up against a young goalkeeper with just one Charlton league game to his name this weekend.
THE move of a Hampshire secondary school to a greenfield site will not happen for at least five years, says its head teacher.