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Hampshire County Council leader announces plans to resign
Councillor Roy Perry has announced his intention to step down from the role later this year.
Hampshire County Council issues apology following Prince Philip error
Hampshire County Council's been forced to apologise after a notice of condolence about the death of Prince Philip was published by mistake on its website.
Offenders providing financial benefit through community service work
Offenders in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight working on community payback have contributed more than £500,000 back into their community.
Police Federation survey finds almost every officer is exposed to trauma in their career
A survey by the Police Federation has revealed almost every officer has been exposed to one traumatic experience in their career.
A behind the scenes look at Marwell Zoo's new 'Brickosaurs' event
We were recently invited behind the scenes to meet some of the team at Bright Bricks, who have been tasked with using millions of LEGO bricks to create the new prehistoric exhibit.
East Hampshire District Council's share of council tax to be frozen
East Hampshire District Council's share of council tax is going to be frozen again.
Man and woman injured after 'very rare' assault in Waterlooville
A man has been taken to hospital with a serious head injury and a woman has been left with injuries to her face, after an assault in Waterlooville on Thursday night (7 February).
Kit Malthouse MP chairs discussion panel on housing in Hampshire
The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) in Hampshire have held a morning discussion panel in Andover this morning (8th of February) to highlight some of the main housing and planning issues facing the Hampshire countryside and communities.
RMT workers to go on strike again in ongoing dispute with South Western Railway
Members of the RMT union say further strike action’s necessary as they’ve not received the assurances they need from South Western Railway, in their ongoing dispute.
Exclusion zones lifted as operation to tackle Ocado fire enters third day
Evacuations and exclusion zones surrounding the Ocado Warehouse fire in Andover have been lifted, after some people had to spend the night away from their homes.
Cats abandoned in Petersfield
The RSPCA is appealing for information after two people were seen abandoning three cats by throwing them from the boot of a car in Petersfield.
Hamsphire based NATS trial world-first digital tower technology at Heathrow Airport
The National Air Traffic Service, which has two bases in Hampshire, is trialling the artificial intelligence software which could help air traffic controllers overcome visibility problems due to the weather.
Film released by Hampshire Police to mark Safer Internet Day
Hampshire Police have released a short film to mark 'Safer Internet Day', to highlight the risks of sending nude pictures to other people online.
Body discovered in Romsey house fire
Hampshire firefighters have discovered the body of a woman in a house fire in Romsey.
Building work to begin on new Cancer Centre in Southampton
Work is due to begin on a new Cancer Centre which will be based at Southampton General Hospital.
Drivers from Hampshire and Berkshire support hospice during snow disruption
For charities and organisations, getting staff to work and helping people in need is extremely difficult in the wintry conditions. This problem's been solved for one local charity, thanks to the help of drivers from Hampshire and Berkshire.
Man dies in serious collision on the M25 in Surrey
Police are appealing for witnesses as they investigate a crash on the M25 in Surrey this morning, in which a man in his 70s died and three others were injured.
Hampshire County Council prepared for heavy snow
Hampshire County Council say they're ready for a round the clock snow response.
Southampton's Common People festival 2019 cancelled
Common People festival in Southampton has been cancelled for 2019, after the company behind the event went into administration.
35 arrests made by Hampshire Police during organised crime crackdown
Hampshire Constabulary has seized over £28,000 worth of drugs and made 35 arrests during a week of intense activity to tackle ‘County Lines’ drug dealing. Over £12,000 cash was also recovered.
Hampshire County Council encourages residents and businesses to recycle
Residents and businesses across Hampshire are being encouraged to do their bit to improve recycling rates in the area.
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