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A 2,000 worth of items destroyed as blaze engulfs shed
MYSTERY surrounds a suspicious blaze that engulfed a Hampshire shed, destroying more than A 2,000 worth of items, including three children's bicycles.
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Mon Jul 21, 2014
Sorry Alfred E. Neuman, but the middle initial has lost its luster
The middle initial is actually a relatively recent invention. Middle names first began to appear in Europe in the late Middle Ages, but they weren't widely used until the 19th century, when populations boomed and people needed more names to distinguish themselves.
All aboard the perfect pre-cruise stopover
When you are looking forward to a relaxing getaway on a leisurely cruise, the last thing you need is a three-hour, early-morning drive to the coast in order to make the departure time.
Special needs school performers meet War Horse cast
ASPIRING performers at a special needs school had the experience of a lifetime when they met the West End cast of War Horse.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
POLICE are hunting arsonists after a string of attacks in a Southampton community.
Residents were evacuated from their homes in Bitterne when a fire spread through two ground floor flats in the early hours of yesterday morning.
Hampshire grandfather took his own life over pay day loan debt
Ian Jordan had racked up more than A 20,000 worth of debt to more than a dozen firms over the course of a year before he killed himself, Southampton Coroner's Court was told.
'I'm Aiming For The Title'
Tottenham head coach Mauricio Pochettino has revealed his main objective is to lead the club to the Premier League title during his time at White Hart Lane.
An applicance from Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service
Fire crews from St Mary's and Hightown fire station were called to Edelvale Road in West End , Southampton when a box van caught fire.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Hundreds expected to protest in Southampton at Gaza conflict
HUNDREDS of people are expected to demonstrate in Southampton city centre today in protest at the escalating conflict in Gaza.
a road where white Britons are the ethnic minority. a TV crew...
Graveyard of desecration: Grave robbers. Ghoulish tourists taking pictures on their mobiles.
Saints legend back Daily Echo campaign
That is the message from Saints legend Lawrie McMenemy , who has teamed up with the Daily Echo to lead the charge to get defibrillators in every Hampshire school.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Confusion sees bus wars return to the city
ROUTE RIVALS: A Velvet S1 bus pulls out of Lordshill Centre bus stop followed immediately by a Blue star S1 route bus yesterday.
Nuffield Theatre Announces Full Cast for the Saints, 1-17 August
This August Nuffield presents Matthew Le Tissier and Francis Benali in their acting debuts in its production The Saints, where the renowned ex-Saints players will feature as themselves in cameo roles in pre-recorded film segments.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
The Free Dictionary
William Makepeace Thackeray
He was famous for his satirical works, particularly Vanity Fair , a panoramic portrait of English society .
Patience, skill and a steady hand
Jen Taylor Friedman does not come off as a religious revolutionary. Her cheeks are round and full, almost baby-faced.
Pupils to return after sickness bug strikes school staff
PUPILS at a Southampton primary school will return to class today after staff were struck down with a sickness bug.
Trio locked up for 'horrifying' attacks on strangers
THREE young men have been locked up for more than eight years between them following drunken late night attacks on two strangers.
Monkeying around for a place in the record books
The workers from Go Ape, at Itchen Valley Country Park , bounced their way into the history books as part of a national challenge to raise money for Teenage Cancer Trust.
CONCERNS are growing for a Southampton man who has been missing for two weeks.
Steven Lovell, from Shirley Towers, was last seen by a family friend at the cafe in the Red Funnel terminal on July 2, where he appeared agitated.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Air & Space
To Space (Okay, Near-Space) in a Balloon
The translucent ping-pong ball, equipped with GPS unit, tiny camera, and an interface to enable communication with the ground, had already travelled more than 5,300 miles, from Southampton, England, to California.