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4 hrs ago | Basingstoke Gazette
Borough Councillor Paul Harvey, Labour south east MEP candidate, Anneliese Dodds with Ryan Carter and Roxana Andrusca from the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Young Labour Group TWO chairs of a Labour group which represents young people in Hampshire have taken to the streets of Basingstoke to campaign for better pay for apprentices.
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5 hrs ago | Isle of Wight County Press
MORE than 1,000 people have signed a petition calling on the Isle of Wight Council to serve a statutory repairs notice on the owners of the former Frank James Memorial Hospital.
A PERVERT who was jailed for repeatedly abusing a young boy in the late 1970s and early 1980s died of natural causes, an inquest heard.
Food & Drink Guides Ltd is based in Bristol, a city renowned for its arts and culture scene.
Dion Temperton has not been seen since just after 3pm on Thursday when he was due to board a ferry at Portsmouth Harbour, travelling to Ryde.
THE FESTIVAL of the Sea is returning to the south this summer, promising a nautically-inspired extravaganza for all ages.
STAFF from a Hampshire nature reserve will be guiding people around the sights and sounds of spring by the lakeside.
NATURAL Enterprise is celebrating a partnership with Green Gym which has delivered more than 1,000 hours of volunteer work to its Gift To Nature sites on the Isle of Wight this winter.
Chart-topping band Lawson are playing UCLan at Burnley College on Sunday, May 4th, for what promises to be the first in a series of huge gigs that will put the town on the A list UK music circuit.
But nestling beside the free range eggs in the welcome pack at our weekend cottage on the Isle of Wight was a packet of garlic popcorn.
International performer, organist and singer Jon Smith, will be at the console of the Rex Cinema on Sunday, April 20. A professional musician for more than 25 years, John began giving public performances when he was just 11 years old and has played to audiences as far afield as Toronto and Barbados.
A two-year study, led by zoologist Dr Ben Rowson from the National Museum of Wales, has discovered eight new species of slug in the UK\n A two-year study, led by zoologist Dr Ben Rowson from the National Museum of Wales and his colleagues, Cardiff University's Bill Symondson and Roy Anderson of the Conchological Society, has discovered eight new ... (more)
EXPERT loan advice will be available from Isle of Wight Council help centres thanks to the Island's credit union - a move designed to stop people turning to loan sharks.