SAINTS have announced that Belgian champions Anderlecht will replace Rangers in this summer's Markus Liebherr Memorial Cup.
THE harrowing moment two missing firemen were finally found unconscious inside a burning Southampton flat and rescued was told to an inquest jury today.
A HAMPSHIRE businesswoman who set up shop with a £1,000 Government grant has beaten the downturn to create a thriving nautical-themed cafe.
A HAMPSHIRE soldier wounded in Afghanistan has completed the world's toughest cycling race ahead of schedule.
UNBEKNOWN to her, Hayley Atkinson’s body was riddled with cancerous masses on all of her major organs.
THEY say laughter can be contagious - and I’ve never seen greater evidence of that than inside this Southampton pub.
Chancellor George Osborne has scrapped August's planned 3p rise in fuel duty and frozen the tax for the rest of the year.
A child has died and rescue workers were battling to save a victim trapped after a massive explosion tore through a house.
A SOUTHAMPTON man is facing life in prison after attempting to murder a prison officer.
HAMPSHIRE suppliers are being called on to help a Southampton firm that has just opened a base in the city.
THE council boss in charge of adult services in Hampshire has insisted that 15 minutes IS enough to care for some elderly and infirm people in their own homes.
POLITENESS and courtesy might not be synonymous with the wild excesses of rock music.
Hampshire are not expecting Shahid Afridi to be available for tomorrow's Friends Life t20 game against Middlesex.
HE was previously responsible for providing protection for goalkeepers, as a defender for Southampton Football Club - now Marcel Cullers is winning recognition for providing security of a very different kind.
Isle of Wight Festival boss John Giddings says he is to blame for the traffic chaos that left hundreds of festival goers trapped in cars through the night and brought gridlock to the Island.
A MILITARY band marched up the hill, a churchman led prayers and a Union flag was raised, as Hampshire paid tribute as part of Armed Forces Week.
A WOMAN duped Eastleigh Borough Council and the Department of Works and Pensions into paying her almost £20,000 when she failed to disclose that she was living with her husband, Southampton Crown Court heard.
A COMPANY secretary repaid the trust of directors who had loaned her thousands of pounds to pay off debts by stealing more than £72,000 from them.
The difficulty is set to 11, with many the rakish gamer becoming the product of impending doom, and dancing the inevitable jig of broken heroes.
IN his Hampshire Heritage piece on Waterloo medals coming up for auction (Daily Echo, June 1) Keith Hamilton refers to it as an “infamous” battle. Why “infamous” as opposed to simply “famous”?
WHILE waiting for a chest X-ray recently I was greatly struck by the expense of the one-use gown I was offered beforehand. It was crisply clean and well ironed, and all for less than ten minutes modesty wear!
SCARCELY three weeks elapsed before the newlyelected Labour administration in Southampton found itself paralysed by infighting and incompetence. Three-quarters of local government finance comes from the general taxpayer, so everyone has an interest…
I SUPPOSE correspondent Tom Moseley has to report on matters of public interest but maybe he should have made inquiries at the Grove Clinic in Shirley, Southampton, as to diabetes sufferers and their views.
I WOULD remind the driver who overtook me at speed in Sandpiper Road, Lordshill, Southampton, on Saturday, June 16 at ten minutes to midnight that there is a 20mph speed restriction past Oakwood School regardless of the time of day or night.
It's pom-poms, sparkles, glitter and dancing. Oh yeah, it's also blood, violence, strong language and sexual references.
THE fleet of the Round the World Clipper Race was last night busy studying weather files and contemplating tactics once again in a bid to find the fastest route across the Atlantic to Northern Ireland.
DETECTIVES are hunting a masked robber who stole £50 worth of pizzas from a delivery man in Southampton.
SAINTS goal machine Rickie Lambert proved he had some flower power when he helped unveil colourful hanging baskets and floral displays in a Hampshire estate.