Sean Ervine made an unbeaten century as Hampshire recovered from a shaky start against winless Glamorgan in LV= County Championship Division Two.
Newcastle boss Alan Pardew today completed his first summer signing when he clinched a deal for Reims midfielder Romain Amalfitano.
Women who lack vitamin D when pregnant may end up with fatter children, a Southampton University study has shown.
FIREFIGHTERS are battling a blaze at a house in Southampton.
Aston Villa owner Randy Lerner is continuing his search for Alex McLeish's successor with Norwich manager Paul Lambert the new favourite with bookmakers.
Transport for South Hampshire Better Bus Area Fund: Call for Expressions of Interest TfSH has been awarded £4.5m of DfT funding following a successful bid to the Better Bus Area Fund developed in partnership with the South Hampshire Bus Operators Association (SHBOA). Bus operators operating buses in South Hampshire are invited to bid for funding subject to the granting regime which will be outlined as part of the process. Expressions of Interest are welcome from bus operators currently operating in South Hampshire who wish to bid to deliver tho following bus enhancements within the period of 1st June 2012-31st march 2014:- - On Bus Wi-Fi - Next Stop Audio & Visual Announcements - LED Lighting - Internal Bus Refurbishment The process is open to ALL bus operators currently operating scheduled services in South Hampshire on routes that have operated for at least six months and/or have a minimum of six months remaining on a tendered contract. There is a contract for operators to contribute and part fund different elements and a need to maintain the equipment in operational vehicles in the area until 31st March 2017 (or provide like for like replacement at their own cost once the grant has been made). Full details will be made available to those wishing to express and interest. To submit an expression of interest, please contact email@example.com Closing Date for Expressions of Interest is 1700 hrs on Friday 1st June 2012 Transport for South Hampshire
A park ranger from Horton Heath has come up with an ingenious way to encourage bees in the park - creating bee hotels.
MULTI-PLATINUM SELLING singer Charlotte Church has been confirmed to make an appearance at Hampshire’s longest running boutique music festival.
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Planning chiefs have rejected a controversial application to build a large eco-house behind a listed building in the New Forest.
VULNERABLE people were held by a group of travellers and forced to work like slaves for little or no pay and live in squalor, a court heard.
Sholing will be speaking to their top gun Lee Wort today amid rumours that he is wanted by new Havant & Waterlooville boss Stuart Ritchie.
SAINTS have today revealed how much fans will have to pay to watch their team in the Premier League.
Police are hunting a gang of hooded smash and grab raiders have so far hit 20 stores in Southampton and the surrounding area to steal cigarettes.
West Brom have been warned to expect a tough stance from Birmingham should they press ahead with plans to make Chris Hughton their new manager.
City leaders have pledged to bid for millions of pounds of European Union money for Southampton following the Government’s decision to allow Liver-pool to become a “turn-around’’ cruise ship port.
Southampton University has risen six places in a prestigious British higher education league table.
Job hunters can find out more about potential roles being created at a major Southampton housing and business development.
A princess will meet a queen during a charity event being held in the port of Southampton today.
The cream of Hampshire’s businesswomen were celebrated last night at a prestigious new set of Daily Echo-backed awards.
POLICE have said it would take a 'major breakthrough' to get justice for the murder of Hampshire pensioner Georgina Edmonds.
IT has come a long way since the time when a tree was growing through the walls.
ON May 18 there was yet another letter in the string of right wing views currently running in this column, this one from an anonymous writer claiming to be a council worker, and entitled ‘Betrayed by Labour’.
I WOULD like to know what is going on with Southampton City Council and other authorities who seem determined to stop FOSOC (Friends of Southampton Old Cemetery) doing its invaluable work.
SOMETIMES, the success of a restaurant depends just as much on the service you get as the food you are served.
THE village hall in Marchwood was packed for a recent meeting of the Bus Focus Group.
‘RAMPAGE on the Red Jet’ (Daily Echo, May 17, 2012) took me back to Cowes Week in the mid-1990s.
Southampton City Council loves to justify high salaries by making some sort of comparison with the private sector. That works both ways.
Saints are set to repeat their pre-season preparations for last season’s glorious promotion campaign ahead of their hotly anticipated return to the Premier League.
STEVE Riley has ended his seven-year ‘love affair’ with Bashley, fuelling speculation that he is about to take over at Evo-Stik Southern Premier rivals AFC Totton.
AN inquest will resume today into the unsolved murder of Hampshire pensioner Georgina Edmonds.
A Southampton man was tied up at knife point by two men who mistakenly broke into his home at night looking for a stash of drugs.
Television personality Ben Fogle is to take part in a Southampton University experiment - by swimming the Atlantic.