Co-op store in Clanfield robbed by man with weapon

A man walked into a Co-op store carrying a weapon and fled with cash.

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REVEALED: More than 5,000 people rush to register to vote ahead of General Election

REVEALED: More than 5,000 people rush to register to vote ahead of General Election

IT’S time to register and vote in ‘the most important election for a generation’.

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PICTURE GALLERY: Remembering the first Blue Day in 2008

As we prepare for Blue Day next Friday, here’s our look back at the first time the event was held.

Supervisor Emily Moore, left, and deputy supervisor Becky Lansley, back right, with children from Hambledon Pre-School getting ready for their Muddy Puddle Walk for Save the Children

Tots are getting ready to splash in muddy puddles

CHILDREN at a pre-school will be deliberately splashing in muddy puddles to raise money for youngsters less fortunate than themselves.

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Plans for £3m leisure centre expansion in Waterlooville submitted

A LEISURE centre is in line for a £3m transformation.

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Police dealing with ‘incident’ at Clanfield Co-op

POLICE have confirmed that they are dealing with an incident at a convenience store tonight.

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From left, Cllr Paul Godier, Cllr Steve Wemyss, Cllr Robert New, Cllr Jim Fleming, Cllr Jennie Brent, Cllr Donna Jones, The Rucksack Project's Joanne Vines, Cllr Luke Stubbs, Cllr Linda Symes, The Rucksack Project's Sammy Barcroft, and Portsmouth City Council's housing options manager Elaine Bastable

Support The News’ in raising money for Bus Project

IN LESS than a week members of The News’ editorial team will be running a relay and covering the distance of a marathon.

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Chris is encouraging people to visit the New Forest

Ditch technology, head into the country

COULD you identify a bluebell or point out a kingfisher?

Doctors from Hampshire and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance and mascot Pilot Paws with pupils

School’s big ‘thank-you’ for saving a pupil’s life

WHEN a schoolgirl was pinned under a van in a serious road traffic accident, her life was saved because she was wearing a helmet.

Brian MacDonald outside his home on the Berewood estate in  Waterlooville Picture: Malcolm Wells (170426-1650)

CONSUMER: Angry Brian is left to rue decision to use legal team of developer

Brian and Janice MacDonald’s purchase of a new dream home turned into a nightmare after faults they claim the builder agreed to fix before they moved in still hadn’t been rectified three months after they bought it.


Residents in shock as historic Waterlooville pub set to be demolished

A well-loved Victorian pub will be demolished and turned into shops.

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Special constables in Hampshire to attend Scas 999 calls

A SCHEME has launched today that will see police officers help the ambulance service in providing life-saving care.

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Hampshire fire service launch online check for home safety

A NEW online home safety check has been launched by Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service.

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HMS Daring has almost completed her nine-month deployment overseas. Photo: Royal Navy

Portsmouth warship steams into Russia’s backyard amid rising tensions

BRITAIN’S most advanced air defence warship has been spotted steaming through the Bosphorus and into the Black Sea – Vladimir Putin’s backyard.

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Crash on A3(M) causes delays

A crash on the A3(M) has caused delays.


Majority of parents got school places in Hampshire

THE majority of parents who applied for school places to Hampshire County Council schools have been offered a place at one of their preferred primaries.

Oboists Mel Espin and Wendy Carpenter will play in Milan

Milan, a city of rich musical heritage

OBOISTS Wendy Carpenter, from Drayton, and Mel Espin from east Hampshire, are excited because they are going to perform in Milan.

Stephen Wilde,general manager of Southbourne Rubber  in Waterlooville,with MiBands Picture: Malcolm Wells (170403-9230)

Rubber factory gives inventor Stephen an idea

How often have you had to take off your wedding ring? Whether it’s at the gym or at work, it’s not something you want to lose.


Recruitment agency looks to a bright future

AN AWARD-WINNING recruitment firm is hoping for a bright future as it takes over a new office.

Matt Whitney at the end of the London Marathon

Matt Whitney

COMPLETING his first marathon is an experience Matt Whitney will never forget.

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