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  • 100th birthday celebrated with a new great-great-grandchild Daily Echo: Proud 100-year-old Hilda cradles her great-great-grandson Levi Pettyfer

    As Hilda Pettyfer celebrated reaching the landmark occasion, the news came through that her first great-great- grandchild had been born on the same day. read more

  • Which players will Adkins want to keep?

    ON WEDNESDAY, the Daily Echo evaluates the task Adkins faces over the Summer. read more

  • Brushing your teeth is a viable alternative

    Although I have written more letters than most people, expressing my opposition to fluoridation, there are several people I respect who say that in many cases fluoridation is beneficial without any side effects. read more

  • Managers should treat posties better

    I AM writing to offer my support to former postal worker Ian Jennens and to give my own comments on the Royal Mail. read more

  • Biomass TV query

    Re Biomass – besides the fact that the building should not be put there anyway – someone will have to pay out a lot of money to change all the television aerials in the wide area opposite the building. BAT at Regents Park, Southampton, had to when they put a big building on their land and interfered with the houses in the area. read more

  • Forest parking charges

    MAY I remind readers that it was local MP Desmond Swayne who suggested car parking charges at Forestry Commission controlled sites, when he wanted to package up the Forest land, to be sold off. read more

  • Badly let down over shops

    RE “We need our shop” by S Googe (Letters April 27) about the Esgro store in Thornhill, Southampton. read more

  • Please read the signs

    I REFER to the two entrances to the M27 that are in Rownhams Lane. They are clearly marked “NO ENTRY” and yet no one seems to take any notice. read more

  • Was ours the oldest cat?

    OUR cat has passed away at the age of 24 years. read more

  • Heart unit campaigners demand a third meeting

    PRESSURE is building on health chiefs to host a third public meeting for the scores of campaigners fighting to save children’s heart surgery in Southampton. read more

  • Hampshire golfers star for England

    HAMPSHIRE stars Neil Raymond and Darren Wright helped power England to a remarkable comeback victory over Spain. read more

  • Hampshire duo hope for Miss England glory Daily Echo: Gina Inglis

    TWO Hampshire girls are in line to reach the finals of Miss England. read more

  • Bikes stolen from home

    TWO Raleigh bicycles with a combined value of £500 were stolen from a property at Hunter Close, in King’s Somborne. read more

  • Garden equipment stolen

    GARDEN machinery worth more than £2,000 has been stolen from a shed in West Tytherley. read more

  • Hairdresser’s broken into

    BEAUTY products were stolen when thieves broke into a hairdresser’s in a Hampshire village. read more

  • Front Lawn Junior School- Dance For Life.

    Front Lawn Junior School, from Havant are taking part in Dance For Life, at The Point,Eastleigh on Thursday 12th May. read more

  • P&O takes delivery of adults-only ship

    Southampton’S P&O Cruises has officially taken delivery of the latest addition to its fleet, Adonia, which is due to arrive in the city later this month. read more

  • Coach driver denies falling asleep at the wheel

    TERRIFIED passengers screamed as their coach veered off a Hampshire motorway and up an embankment, a court heard. read more

  • Discovery brings sight loss hope Daily Echo: Professor Andrew Lotery

    Southampton eye experts have made a ground-breaking discovery that could stop sight loss caused by a previously untreatable disease. read more

  • Burglary 'A-Team' jailed for total of 32 years

    A JUDGE likened a gang of burglars to 1980s TV favourites The A-Team as he jailed them for a total of 32 years for raids across Hampshire and the south of England. read more

  • Dad pays tribute to girl, 17, found dead Daily Echo: Emily Longley

    THE father of a Hampshire college student found dead in mysterious circumstances has paid an emotional tribute to his daughter. read more

  • City stab victim out of hospital Daily Echo: A section of Guildhall Square is sealed off and guarded by a police officer

    A MAN who was stabbed while walking through a city centre park in Southampton has been released from hospital. read more

  • The Iron Witch by Karen Mahoney.

    The Iron Witch by Karen Mahoney. I couldn’t put it down. It was just simply brilliant... an amazing read! O.T book review by Melissa Moody read more

  • City bus services to be slashed in council cuts

    EVENING and weekend bus services in Southampton are being slashed after council chiefs cut subsidies. read more

  • Pivotal Youth - Dance For Life !

    Pivotal Youth Dance from South Downs College, Waterlooville, are taking part in dance For Life at The Point, Eastleigh, this Thursday 12th May. read more

  • Racing into adulthood

    BEN has a very definite life plan. He has been sure for some time now where his career will take him. read more

  • Counting the cost of being tight

    SOME people have a strange attitude to money. I am very bad in this area – I can spend £20 walking down the road and yet have nothing to show for it. read more

  • Light pollution claim over ferries

    HARBOUR bosses have hit out at light pollution caused by Wightlink’s new cross- Solent ferries. read more

  • Residents to take on speeding drivers Daily Echo: A speed camera

    SPEEDING drivers will be snared by residents volunteering to be the eyes and ears of police, the Daily Echo can reveal. read more

  • The Greenest Gift Around!

    The new Little Green Bag from Lush, is a portable bag full of green-friendly products, a great value organic cotton travel bag for people who like to care for the environment. read more

  • City's £300k bill for protecting the nation

    TAXPAYERS in Southampton are paying £300,000 for a national service that prevents infected food and animals being brought in to the country through the city’s port. read more

  • Saints the best-supported League One club

    Nigel Adkins’ Saints army is on the increase. read more

  • Junction has £26k worth of improvements Daily Echo: Rogue red light runners targeted

    ONE of the most dangerous junctions in central Hampshire is now safer thanks to £26,000 of improvements. read more

  • Lotto winner comes forward

    A LUCKY lottery player from Hampshire is celebrating today after claiming a £156,000 lottery win. read more

  • Plan return aviation to Hampshire airfield

    ISLE of Wight-based Britten-Norman has signed a new two-year lease for the Daedalus Airfield in Lee-on-the-Solent in a bid to put the Gosport peninsula back on the aviation map. read more

  • JODIE MAYNARD

    21 TODAY JODIE MAYNARD Have a lovely day, Love you loads Mum, Sophie, Jack, Billy, Ben, Marge and Poppy. X X X X read more

  • BROOKE NEW

    13 TODAY! BROOKE NEW Look who's a teenager! Wishing our lovely No 1 Granddaughter a Happy Birthday. Have a great day darling, we are very proud of you and love you very much. Nanny and Granddad Howard and Sammy XXX read more

  • ALBERT PELHAM

    PELHAM ALBERT Three years have passed. Time moves on, but memories never fade. Your loving wife, Trudy, Ron and Annette. read more

  • JANET MANSBRIDGE

    MANSBRIDGE JANET 10/05/10 It's hard to believe a year has passed, you were so brave. Sadly missed but never forgotten. Love Cathy. XX read more

  • PAM HARWOOD

    HARWOOD PAM In memory of a loving Wife and Mother, who passed away ten years ago today. Loved and missed so much. Nigel, Anthony and David. read more

  • JANET MANSBRIDGE

    MANSBRIDGE JANET I cannot believe I lost you one year ago today. My heart still aches and it will not go away. I lost my Wife, my Love, my Soul Mate that dreadful day. I think of you always each and everyday. All my love Colin. X --- My beautiful Daughter was taken from me one year ago today. It only seems like yesterday as my pain will not go away. Your loving Mum Trudy. X --- Janet my friend, I lost a year ago today. Missing you and thinking of you always. Sandra. X read more

  • IRENE BARNES

    BARNES IRENE After seven years, still missing you for ever and a day. Love always, Tina, Terry and Family. X X read more

  • CHARLIE LEACH

    LEACH CHARLIE Passed away twenty years ago today. "No-one can match the Ranger with the Big Iron on his hip." Love you loads as always Dad. Barb and Susie. XX XX read more

  • DAVID PUDNER

    PUDNER DAVID Sadly passed away on 27th April 2011. In loving memory of David, beloved Husband of Jo. Father of Estelle, Grandfather of Dan and Jack. Sadly missed by Jo, Estelle, Grant, Dan and Jack. ---------- The Funeral Service will take place on Thursday, 12th May 2011 at Wessex Vale Crematorium, Bubb Lane, at 2.30 p.m. Family flowers only please, donations may be made if so desired to HASAG c/o Jonathan Terry Independent Funeral Directors 101 Peartree Avenue Southampton SO19 7JJ Tel: 023 8043 4444 or via jonathanterry.co.uk read more

  • ROBERT MARLOW

    MARLOW ROBERT Departed this life too soon. I will miss his smile and happy nature and have special memories. Aunty Rose. read more

  • ROB MARLOW

    MARLOW ROB UNCLE ROBIE Taken from us so suddenly. Will be sadly missed. God Bless Rachael and Alan, Chantelle, Alan and Jordan. read more

  • john bell

    BELL JOHN Aged 53 On 2nd May 2011, after a long illness bravely fought. Now at peace and out of pain, now we are left behind and in pain as we said goodbye. Love you lots and miss you always. Angie xx. Goodnight and God Bless. Kevin, Nikki, Jamie, Linnie, and mum Wyn xx. Goodnight Grandad. Lots of love Megan, Owen, Bleu, and Ruby xx read more

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