Tuesday Nov 26
Celebrating women in business as national Venus awards come to Hampshire
Supermums and business women went head to head as the national finals of the Daily Echo-backed Venus Awards came to the county.
a Campaign is under way to block "crazy" plans for hundreds of houses and a new care home.
The proposal would also see Hamble Station undergo a major revamp, with a new car park, bus interchange, manned ticket kiosk, farm shop, cafe, road improvements and a park-and-ride facility.
Bursledon man locked up for shoplifting
An arrest warrant was issued for co-accused Colin Fraser, 30, of Winchester Street, Botley, who failed to attend court.
House boat man looked at sordid images of children
THE occupant of a house boat on a river looked at sordid images of children stored on two memory sticks which should have been destroyed at a court appearance.
Lorry fire closes motorway
The M27 eastbound is partially shut at junction eight for Bursledon and Hambledon after the truck caught fire at around 2.30pm.
First World War project
The meeting, at 11am, will be a chance to learn about the conflict and its impact on the Bursledon, Swanwick, Sarisbury and Titchfield areas.
ASBESTOSIS contributed to the death of a Hampshire pensioner who died in hospital, an inquest heard.
Paul Clark, of Hill Place, Bursledon , suffered from cardiac disease and lymphoma but the post mortem revealed his death was caused by exposure to asbestos.