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17 hrs ago | Hampshire Chronicle
MANY people will remember the Thatcher years with pride, but many will also look back on them as a dark time.
JUST as the end was in sight for roadworks that have shut a key city bridge for months, road bosses have announced it will stay closed for a further two-and-a-half months.
A JUDGE told a Southampton man who breached a suspended sentence order: "You have come extraordinarily close to going into custody."
HAMPSHIRE Chamber of Commerce has announced the line-up of speakers for its annual Talking Business conference, including the boss of the UK's leading port operator, the founder of an award-winning personal lubricants firm and a lead generation specialist whose own company has increased turnover by 40 per cent every year in the past decade.
The striker failed to impress in his first season at Tottenham while the winger has been linked with a move to Southampton, but their new manager is not looking to sell The striker moved to White Hart Lane in a 26 million move last summer but failed to impress with just six goals in 28 Premier League outings.
ONE hundred years ago, one of the most dramatic incidents in world history took place in the far-off city of Sarajevo.
Ian Hitchcock, of Mandela Way, Southampton, pleaded guilty to the offence at Southampton Magistrates' Court after he was capturedm on CCTV dumping rubbish in Roman Road.
Roopesh Nawarkhele, 38, and his wife Kavita, 37, were killed instantly when their coach overturned after colliding with a car.
FAMILIES in Winchester are shackled by almost A 6 million in 'problem debt' from payday loans and credit card repayments, according to a new report.
A MAN who was found in an alleyway near a Hampshire train station died from a combination of drugs and suffocation, an inquest heard.
Southampton Coroner's Court has named Rebecca Currie, 24, as the dead woman who was discovered on the River Itchen shoreline at Hazel Road in the Woolston area of the city on Sunday.
The writer of A Guide to the New Ruins of Southampton will be taking in some of the city's most well-known modern buildings.
Goods destined for shops and other businesses in Wales' biggest urban centres should be grouped together on the outskirts and delivered by a "last-mile" vehicle, say green campaigners.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 07:16 am
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