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: A walk-in GP service at one of the Shropshire's main hospitals is to close as it is "not fulfilling its intended purpose", health bosses have ...
: BBC Countryfile recently visited the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust’s Winnall Moors nature reserve to find out how you can spot the tell-tale signs of...
: IT IS the vibrant lounge in the heart of Shirley in Southampton.
: YOUNG recyclers in Hampshire were celebrated by the city's mayor.
: TRIBUTES have been paid to a Hampshire-born father-of-three who was killed in a road crash.
: A LIFEJACKET which could have saved a stricken passenger aboard the doomed Titanic liner is now on display at a Southampton museum.
: A MAJOR bank has announced plans to close one of its Hampshire branches.
: Folajimi Orebiyi had visited universities a week earlier and planned to study accountancy.
: Privately funded care home residents are plugging a £1.3 billion gap in funding each year, healthcare analysts have warned.
: Older people should carry shopping or take up tai chi in a bid to stave off falls, experts have said.
: Overuse of antibiotics was chiefly responsible for a serious stomach bug outbreak that spread through UK hospitals in the mid-2000s, research has shown.
: Personality is partly determined by the shape of our brains, a new study has found.
: Screening people for bowel cancer from the age of 50 instead of 60 could dramatically boost a person's chances of survival, a charity has said.
: Delays in introducing a new radio system for the emergency services may cost taxpayers £475 million a year, MPs have warned.
: More than half of women MPs have had a physical threat from a member of the public, a new survey reveals.
: Vandalism at an Argentine war cemetery in the Falkland Islands has been branded "appalling" by a Foreign Office Minister.
: Brexit was fuelled by increasing voter distrust of politicians and a decline in the quality of democracy, a survey has found.
: Sydney Sixers' pace bowler Joe Mennie has been re-admitted to hospital after sustaining a "small fracture" to his skull and a "minor...
: Women workers have been told to dye their hair blonde, wear revealing outfits and constantly reapply make-up, a study into workplace dress codes has...
: Most employers expect economic conditions to be more challenging this year amid signs that the jobs market is slowing, research shows.
: The skills shortage hitting construction firms has spread beyond bricklayers and carpenters to other trades including plumbing and roofing, a...
: More than a million current accounts were switched last year but the figures have dipped compared with 2015.
: Theresa May is facing renewed calls from business leaders to ensure the greatest possible access to the European single market after Brexit.
: A 1 cent adverse movement in the sterling/dollar rate costs the budget carrier £2.4m
: An inquiry was launched after receptionist Nicola Thorp was sent home for refusing to wear high heels.
: Scottish poet Robert Burns loved haggis so much he wrote a poem to it.
: While 29% of exporting small firms believe exports would decline amid Brexit, 20% expect it to increase.
: London will host the biggest Chinese New Year celebration outside of Asia.
: Two men are in custody in connection with burglaries and thefts at homes and businesses in South Gloucestershire this month.The men,...
: Reice Charles-Cook saved two penalties in the shootout to give Coventry City the edge
: Hughie Fury has opened up about his struggles with a rare form of acne he believes stalled his career, and is convinced now it is cured he is ready to win a ...
: Former Chelsea midfielder Michael Ballack has hailed the Antonio Conte effect after a stunning first half of the season at Stamford Bridge.
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