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Hythe fuel terminal protest listed in 'extremism' report

17 December 2021
Hythe fuel terminal protest listed in 'extremism' report

Hythe fuel terminal protest listed in 'extremism' report

17 December 2021

CONCERNS have been raised about extremism in Hampshire after an increase in people at risk of being drawn into terrorism.


Questions for police force over rate of black people subjected to stop-and-search

17 December 2021
Questions for police force over rate of black people subjected to stop-and-search

Questions for police force over rate of black people subjected to stop-and-search

17 December 2021

DORSET Police is to be questioned over why stop-and-search figures for black people remain high in the county.

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Council tax hike planned to boost police funding

15 December 2021
Council tax hike planned to boost police funding

Council tax hike planned to boost police funding

15 December 2021

TAXPAYERS are facing an increase in council tax bills in a bid to boost police funding in Hampshire.

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Hampshire rape conviction rate among worst in the country

07 December 2021
Hampshire rape conviction rate among worst in the country

Hampshire rape conviction rate among worst in the country

07 December 2021

HAMPSHIRE Constabulary’s rape conviction rate is among the worst in the country, the police and crime commissioner has said.


Hampshire County Council on 'journey to bankruptcy' amid plea for more government cash

07 December 2021
Hampshire County Council on 'journey to bankruptcy' amid plea for more government cash

Hampshire County Council on 'journey to bankruptcy' amid plea for more government cash

07 December 2021

A LACK of funding means Hampshire County Council is on a "journey to bankruptcy", opposition councillors have warned.


Patients face long wait for dentistry amid NHS 'huge backlog'

03 December 2021
Patients face long wait for dentistry amid NHS 'huge backlog'

Patients face long wait for dentistry amid NHS 'huge backlog'

03 December 2021

PATIENTS who cannot afford to pay for private dentists have been priced out of dental care in Hampshire, councillors have said.


Care worker recruitment campaign 'undercut by low wages'

03 December 2021
Care worker recruitment campaign 'undercut by low wages'

Care worker recruitment campaign 'undercut by low wages'

03 December 2021

A CAMPAIGN by Hampshire County Council to recruit more social care workers is being undercut by an inability to boost wages, a councillor has warned.


Southern Water admits 'unacceptable' record in Ofwat report

03 December 2021
Southern Water admits 'unacceptable' record in Ofwat report

Southern Water admits 'unacceptable' record in Ofwat report

03 December 2021

POOR drinking water, high levels of pollution and burst pipes have made Southern Water one of the worst water companies in the UK.


Hampshire medical boss predicts end of Covid

25 November 2021
Hampshire medical boss predicts end of Covid

Hampshire medical boss predicts end of Covid

25 November 2021

HERD immunity is the key to bringing an official end to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a top Hampshire medical officer.


Victims stay quiet as medical staff report stabbings – Hampshire police boss

24 November 2021
Victims stay quiet as medical staff report stabbings – Hampshire police boss

Victims stay quiet as medical staff report stabbings – Hampshire police boss

24 November 2021

DOCTORS and nurses in A&E departments are increasingly the ones who report stabbings to the police, the Hampshire police commissioner has said.


Electric vehicle boost for Hampshire as council offers £25m charging points contract

24 November 2021
Electric vehicle boost for Hampshire as council offers £25m charging points contract

Electric vehicle boost for Hampshire as council offers £25m charging points contract

24 November 2021

PLANS worth up to £25m are in motion for more electric vehicle charging points to be installed across Hampshire.

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Update urged on sewage discharges into local beaches

23 November 2021
Update urged on sewage discharges into local beaches

Update urged on sewage discharges into local beaches

23 November 2021

A COUNCIL'S environment chief is being called on to report to councillors about sewage discharges into the sea from local beaches.


Hampshire's Afghanistan refugees 'settling in well'

19 November 2021
Hampshire's Afghanistan refugees 'settling in well'

Hampshire's Afghanistan refugees 'settling in well'

19 November 2021

REFUGEES who fled Afghanistan are integrating well into Hampshire communities, according to politicians and charity bosses.


101 service has damaged public confidence, says Hampshire police boss

19 November 2021
101 service has damaged public confidence, says Hampshire police boss

101 service has damaged public confidence, says Hampshire police boss

19 November 2021

Hampshire’s police and crime commissioner has said people are dissatisfied with her force’s 101 service.


Staff shortage sees longer waits for Covid booster and flu jabs

15 November 2021
Staff shortage sees longer waits for Covid booster and flu jabs

Staff shortage sees longer waits for Covid booster and flu jabs

15 November 2021

DORSET’S Covid booster programme, jabs for younger people and flu vaccinations are all under pressure – because of a shortage of health staff.


'It’s the wrong thing to do' – Hampshire councils' pension fund invests £100m in fossil fuels

05 November 2021
'It’s the wrong thing to do' – Hampshire councils' pension fund invests £100m in fossil fuels

'It’s the wrong thing to do' – Hampshire councils' pension fund invests £100m in fossil fuels

05 November 2021

A PENSION fund for Hampshire councils has invested more than £100m into fossil fuels – despite local authorities declaring a climate emergency.


£2.65m winter fund to support struggling families

05 November 2021
£2.65m winter fund to support struggling families

£2.65m winter fund to support struggling families

05 November 2021

STRUGGLING Christchurch families will be helped by a £2.65m government grant this winter.


Public ‘facing obstacles’ in trying to contact council

05 November 2021
Public ‘facing obstacles’ in trying to contact council

Public ‘facing obstacles’ in trying to contact council

05 November 2021

PUBLIC contact with BCP Council is still proving difficult with a merry-go-round of automated devices, according to councillors.


Plan for flexible tickets on Hampshire bus routes

04 November 2021
Plan for flexible tickets on Hampshire bus routes

Plan for flexible tickets on Hampshire bus routes

04 November 2021

BUS tickets in Hampshire could soon be used to travel on any routes passengers like.


County climate change plans 'must go further'

03 November 2021
County climate change plans 'must go further'

County climate change plans 'must go further'

03 November 2021

PLANS by Hampshire County Council to tackle climate change must be more ambitious to bring about real change, an opposition councillor has warned.

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