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MP Alok Sharma has welcomed the news work has begun in Keswick Close and Ogmore Close, which have been hit by flooding problems on numerous occasions in the past The announcement by Thames Water that flood alleviation work in Tilehurst has begun has been welcomed by the Reading West MP.
Hampshire County Council and Portsmouth City Council split the A 20,000 cost for the licence to use the pontoons on either side of Langstone Harbour, until earlier this year when the city council cut its funding.
Remarkable Trowbridge grandad Danny Kay will have two reasons for celebration on Sunday - when he runs his 500th marathon on his 72nd birthday.
Joromie Lewis died after drinking a pear drink manufactured in the Caribbean which contained a lethal amount of cocaine A Royal Navy veteran has died after drinking a pear drink which police believe drug smugglers may have used to bring cocaine into the country from the Caribbean.
UP to A 300,000 of taxpayers' money will be spent on the latest cycle path to be installed in a Hampshire town.
Firefighters, volunteers and members of the public were recognised for their bravery, quick thinking and long service at a glamorous awards ceremony last night.
Lee Middleton pauses as he prepares to recall in graphic detail the sequence of events that led to him surviving one of the worst rail disasters this country has seen.
FESTIVE cheer arrived in Ringwood at the weekend, as crowds lined up to see the man himself at the Meeting House.
The 28-year-old, named last night as Austin Clark, was dragged from the water at Lakeside Country Park in Eastleigh after getting into serious trouble 20 metres out.
PUPILS and teachers at a Basingstoke junior school took part in a national charity event to raise money for vulnerable children.
The victim, a 29-year-old man, was walking along Hobart Road in New Milton on Monday at about 11pm when the attack happened.
Cllr Jan Warwick, portfolio holder for neighbourhoods and environment, asked: "Should we have a zero tolerance approach? Or do we want to make Winchester a mecca for rough sleepers? Probably not."
The Culture Secretary, who is currently with Prime Minister David Cameron on his trade delegation to China, hosted a seminar, flagging up the importance of exporting.
FIRE spinners and mince pies might seem an odd combination to some but for one Winchester hairdresser it's the epitome of Christmas.
Firefighters had to burst open the front door of the house in Shirley where they found the woman asleep in a bedroom.
The choir which is based in Hedge End, will sing carols and readings and add to the festive atmosphere.