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General election

General Election 2015: All you need to know about Hampshire

Candidates, polling stations and what happened in 2010: Everything you need to know about North East Hampshire and Aldershot constituencies in one place

Who will North East Hampshire residents send to parliament?

General Election 2015: All you need to know about North East Hampshire constituency

Voters will be going to the polls in May to decide who should be the next member of parliament for North East Hampshire

Who will Aldershot residents send to parliament?

General Election 2015: All you need to know about Aldershot constituency

Voters will be going to the polls in May to decide who should be the next member of parliament for Aldershot


Election 2015: What you want from your politicians

The housing crisis, cuts to council budgets and helping small businesses were some of your top priorities for north-east Hampshire's manifesto

Woking Borough Council chief executive Ray Morgan said he is disappointed by the content of a document issued by The Electoral Commission.

Election 2015: Which political party are you?

Answer 12 quick questions on key issues and we'll tell you which political party we think is closest to your views


Farnborough benefit cheat jailed for 'significant' fraud

Idalian Linton, 43, defrauded the state out of nearly £140,000 over 12 years in an attempt, she claimed, to support her family

Man 'tasered by police' after Aldershot stand-off

Police have charged a man with possession of an offensive weapon after an incident in Aldershot town centre

Farnborough convenience store robbery leaves worker 'shaken'

See video of the One Stop in Cove Road which was targeted by a robber on Wednesday morning

Kebab shop's licence to be reviewed after assault 'cover up'

Alleged assault incidents at Rushmoor Kebab 'not a big problem', claims owner


Crondall shop targeted by thieves who threatened passers-by

Two men forced their way in and took around £200 worth of cigarettes

Aldershot Town FC

Rooney's on the spot to end Aldershot Town's unbeaten run

Caretaker boss Chris Barker admitted he was disappointed with his Aldershot Town side's performance despite his squad being ravaged by injuries

Steve Chapman with his son Danny

Wembley to Aldershot cycle challenge in memory of Shots fan

Family and friends are saddling up in memory of long-time Shots fan Steve Chapman in support of Chloe and Sophie's Special Ears Fund

Caretaker boss Chris Barker satisfied as Aldershot Town claim deserved away point

Sam Hatton scored his sixth goal of the season to extend Aldershot's end-of-season unbeaten run to three matches

Aldershot Town aiming to 'finish on a high', manager says

Caretaker boss Chris Barker admitted both he and his Aldershot Town players still had plenty to play for over the remaining four matches of the season

Aldershot Town FC 'dream' goes back to its roots with co-founder Graham Brookland's new book

To Make a Dream Survive will be officially launched on Saturday April 18 at The Crimea pub - the place where the club was originally formed

Sir Gerald Howarth

MP has a splashing time launching charity puddle campaign

News puddle-jumping picture campaign hopes to follow success of other fundraisers such as the Ice Bucket Challenge craze

Aldershot MP backs campaign to overrule building of Hawley homes

Sir Gerald Howarth wrote to the minister of state for housing and planning asking him to overrule the decision by Hart District Council to build homes on the Hawley Park Farm site

No Hawley Park homes until government says so, Hart told

Holding order issued preventing Hart District Council from giving formal planning consent for the 126 homes, despite having already approved the plans

Rushmoor unemployment drops to lowest in 12 years

The unemployment rate in Rushmoor has fallen to 0.9% - the lowest since June 2002

Sir Gerald Howarth MP at a Tumbledown Dick protest in November 2012

MP Gerald Howarth slammed for 'Tumbledown Dick saved' claim

A flyer distributed by the MP has generated a backlash from disbanded campaign group Friends of the Tumbledown Dick

Church Crookham

Sarah Horton (left) from Don't Cut Buses in Fleet and Church Crookham with Cllr Steve Forster and Sara Kinnell

Campaigners welcome Fleet taxi-share service but renew call for 'vital' buses to be reinstated

Protesters say the cab-sharing scheme between Ancells Farm and Elvetham Heath is 'just a sticking plaster' and have renewed calls for the return of their axed buses

Late plea to save group that has served community for 54 years

Fleet and Church Crookham Society is seeking a new chairman, but if no one comes forward members will vote on whether to call it a day


RSPCA warns pet owners after cat found beheaded in Church Crookham

Professionals confirmed that the act was carried out by human hands after the black cat's head was found in Ryelaw Road on Good Friday

Campaigners undertake guided walk on housing appeal site

An appeal hearing on 300 homes proposed for land in Church Crookham will be held on April 14


Sun-filled skies for the 34th Fleet Half Marathon

Around 2,500 runners took part in the race which took in roads around the town centre before heading out to the countryside