Thu, 17th Apr 2014

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News

Woman in critical condition after head-on crash

1:07pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Daily Echo: Rawdon murder probe - police have started an investigation

A WOMAN is in a critical condition following a head-on collision on a major Hampshire road.

Delays on motorway as motor-home overturns

1:48pm Thursday 17th April 2014

Daily Echo: Heart-warming act of honesty

MOTORISTS face delays on a Hampshire motorway after a motor-home overturned.

Young girl left with 'worst injuries' after sustained beating

4:00am Thursday 17th April 2014

Daily Echo: Roger Gosden was sentenced to three years in jail.

A YOUNG girl was subjected to a “severe and deliberate beating” over a number of days, resulting in the worst injuries a doctor had seen in his professional career, a court heard.

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Sport

Boss praises Spitfires' character

6:00am Thursday 17th April 2014

Daily Echo: Sub Lee Peacock celebrates his goal against Dover on Tuesday

Eastleigh manager Richard Hill has praised the character of his side as they prepare for the biggest game in the club’s 68-year history.

Hampshire sportshall glory

6:00am Thursday 17th April 2014

Daily Echo: Hampshire’s under-13 girls team. Back (from left): Heather Cubbage, Natasha Palfrey, Sarah Hunt, Freya Coe, Jade Clements, Lorna Dockerill. Front: Anya Pigden, Madeleine Wilton, Hannah Childs, Hollie Thurgood, Jasmyn Alllen. Team manager is Southampton

HAMPSHIRE enjoyed some impressive results in the UK Sportshall Finals in Manchester.

Thomson's 'world beater'

6:00am Thursday 17th April 2014

Daily Echo: Alex Thomson, right, and Pepe Ribes

HAMPSHIRE ocean racer Alex Thomson has unveiled his latest weapon which he hopes will propel him to victory in a non-stop sprint around the world.

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Business

Winchester businesses face communication crisis

11:53am Thursday 17th April 2014

Daily Echo: Business owners at Winnall’s trading estate say they have encountered issues with speed and reliability of their Internet service

WINNALL is at risk of “becoming an uncompetitive place” to do business after numerous traders reported a “shameful” broadband service.

Stay of execution for troubled nightclub

10:28am Wednesday 16th April 2014

Daily Echo: REPRIEVE: Police applied for a review of Club Regal's licence.

IT is a venue that has been dogged by violence and drug-taking, where public safety has been put at risk and licensing laws flouted.

Former Winchester factory in search for new tenant

1:00pm Wednesday 16th April 2014

Daily Echo: Pictured: Ladies packing chocolates March 1984

STEEPED in history, it was the original site of one of Britain’s much-loved chocolate manufacturers.

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