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March 5, 2014
Updated 2:49pm Wednesday 5th March 2014 in News
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Inside today's paper - our new weekly property section.
Maya Yoshida is the first of Saints' internationals in action today.
Here are the latest readers' letters to the Daily Echo.
- EU needs co-operation to work
- Time for NATO to make a stand?
- Independent Westminster pay rise
- Help needed at diabetes event
- Bitterne Park is the victim
- Cool down over ‘artificial’ windmills
- Is Pollution Levy under threat?
- Israeli government before the Hague
- City no longer home of ocean sailing
- ‘Lost’ children, approach with caution
- Will we get a refund after rubbish strikes?
- Let’s Rock! superb from start to finish
- ‘Stand up for your citizens’ Mr Letts
- Saints players merry-go-round
These are the pollution hotspots in Southampton.
The South Coast Business Awards launched last night.
Bastille played the BIC last night in Bournemouth. Here's our review:
Have you taken part in Global Rock Challenge? See out special section dedicated to it, packed full of photos and video.
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