RICHARD Bland agonisingly missed out on a place in this year’s US Open, as he came up just short in international qualifying at Walton Heath.
Revolutionary changes to youth football proposed by the Football Association have received overwhelming backing by the organisation's shareholders.
MORE and more graduates are boosting their career prospects by becoming interns.
THE Queen’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations could cost the Hampshire economy a staggering £150m in lost business.
Persimmon Homes, the UK’s leading housebuilder, is calling on charities across Hampshire to enter its 40th birthday contest for the chance to win a brand new house.
MEDICS who assessed a 20-year-old charity worker in the days before he died failed to identify just how ill he was, an inquest heard today.
Over 60s living in Hampshire and looking to downsize can now take advantage of a new scheme available at McCarthy & Stone’s Assisted Living Catherine Court development in Eastleigh and ensure they enjoy a hassle-free move this summer.
RICHARD Bland's hopes of earning a place in the US Open received a boost this morning in the international qualifier at Walton Heath.
A CAMPAIGN has been launched to save a corner shop that has been at the heart of its community for more than 60 years.
SIX hundred and fifty schoolchildren came together for a giant Diamond Jubilee street party 60 years in the making.
The Southern Echo showcase a selection of pictures taken from around Hampshire this weekend.
Stoke manager Tony Pulis is to be given the honour of carrying the Olympic torch later this week.
POSING as builders, thieves stole £3,000 of scaffolding from a building in Southampton.
ANDOVER shooting ace Richard Faulds has been selected for the British team that will compete at the Olympic Games.
IT’S a fantasy house that could feature as the spectacular hideaway of a James Bond villain - and could be yours for a cool £12 million.
SOUTHAMPTON sailor Ian Walker believes his Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing team deserve to win the latest leg of the Volvo Ocean Race.
POSTAL services in Hampshire are beating Royal Mail targets.
THE Government’s drive to keep the electricity switched on could potentially fuel a boom that is set to take the marine industry out of the doldrums.
LAST month Liberal Democrat letter writer Richard Grant fantasised about a Liberal Democrat Prime Minister.
KING James I wasn’t too keen on smoking, describing it as “a filthy novelty. A custom loathsome to the eye, hateful to the nose, harmful to the brain, dangerous to the lungs – the stinking fumes thereof resembling the smoke of the bottomless pit”.
LIVERPOOL has been warned it will be breaking the law if it launches its first ever turnaround cruise tomorrow in a row with Southampton over the unfair use of public funds.
I AM collecting used postage stamps and any old postcards for the Guide Dogs for the Blind. I would be grateful to anyone or persons that can help please.
MANY people will remember before the election in 2010 how David Cameron went out of his way to improve the Conservatives’ image in regard to environmental issues.
HAMPSHIRE baked in a scorching spring heatwave at the weekend – and even a Southampton bridge began to melt.
A WINCHESTER man accused of possessing a Japanese Samurai sword in Otterbourne has been committed for trial at the city’s crown court.
A LONDONER who was caught supplying heroin in Winchester will be sentenced next month.
IT’S a £8m scheme to boost economic growth in Southampton by easing traffic congestion in one of the city’s worst hotspots.
Thousands of people who came to Eling Recreation Ground in Totton for a day at the races were kept thoroughly entertained by the town’s 17th annual donkey derby.
Researchers in Southampton say they have discovered a “revolutionary” method that could prevent many from having to undergo painful hip replacements.