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A great deal of sympathy for councillors putting up with Tory cuts

A great deal of sympathy for councillors putting up with Tory cuts

I DO have a great deal of sympathy for the independent councillors on the Isle of Wight who have decided that they have had enough of implementing the Conservative austerity cuts.

1:32pm Friday 20 January 2017

Schools to get £4million expansion

Infant School head teacher Carla Lashmar, Cllr Alan Dowden and Junior School head teacher Neil Hardy and pupils from the schools celebrate the news.

MORE than £4 million of council funding is to be spent expanding two North Baddesley schools, in the biggest splash of cash the area has seen for years.

1:00am Friday 20 January 2017

Fresh bid to launch to rejuvenate multi-million-pound city centre revamp

Silver Hill designs too tall and not in character, says two leading Winchester architects.

A MAJOR attempt to get new ideas from the public for a multi-million city centre revamp scheme will be launched next month.

1:00am Friday 20 January 2017

Widespread variation found in Hampshire schools' performances under new system

GCSE joy for pupils at Bitterne Park School last summer.

A NEW system used to measure the performance of secondary schools across the UK has exposed widespread variations in Hampshire.

1:00am Thursday 19 January 2017

Hampshire mayor quits early - but denies he has left town 'in the lurch'

Michael Thierry

A HAMPSHIRE mayor has hit back at claims that his decision to quit the role four months early has left his town "in the lurch".

5:00am Sunday 15 January 2017

End to travel misery could be in sight for M27 - but drivers are facing two years of roadworks

Westbound traffic approaching J2 on the M27.

AN end to motorway misery could be sight for long-suffering users of the M27.

1:00am Tuesday 17 January 2017

WATCH: Crime chiefs warn lack of funding puts Hampshire's police services at risk

Police and Crime Commissioner Michael Lane and Chief Constable Olivia Pinkney

HAMPSHIRE’S crime fighting chiefs have warned that the future of police services in the county is at risk if the force doesn’t receive more government funding.

12:00pm Wednesday 18 January 2017

Hampshire councils to get £33million for road maintenance

Hampshire councils to get £33million for road maintenance

AROUND £33million worth of Government cash will be given to Hampshire and Southampton councils this year to ensure the county’s roads are kept in top condition.

7:46am Friday 13 January 2017

Next phase of Hampshire's superfast broadband project set to get underway

THE next wave of a huge broadband project in Hampshire is about to start. PHOTO: Malcolm Cochrane/BT/PA Wire

THE next wave of a huge broadband project in Hampshire is about to start.

1:00am Thursday 29 December 2016

Thousands of youngsters across Hampshire facing battle against obesity

File photo

They may not even be at high school but already thousands of youngsters across Hampshire a facing a battle with the bulge.

8:25am Monday 9 January 2017
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