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Store has alcohol licence reinstated

A SHOP in Farnborough has regained its alcohol licence after losing it last year when police found counterfeit alcohol on the store premises.

Union concerned over service mergers

THREE key public sector services are pushing ahead with plans for joint working, despite union concerns.

Police teenage sexual violence campaign

HAMPSHIRE police are backing a hard-hitting campaign to educate teenagers about sexual violence and abuse.

Children and the vulnerable protected from cuts

COUNCIL tax in Hampshire has been frozen for the third year running after the county council voted through a £45m package of cuts.

Hart reports 'improved financial outlook'

PEOPLE living in average homes in Fleet and Yateley are unlikely to have to pay more in council tax but it will cost the district council £145,000.

Police warning over funding freeze

HAMPSHIRE’S top cop has lost his fight to raise council tax and put around 100 more bobbies on the beat.

Hit-and-run victim thrown across bonnet

THE victim of a hit-and-run has called for people to help police catch the motorist who knocked her down.

Police issue warning after spate of house thefts

FARNBOROUGH residents are being urged by police officers to lock their doors and windows properly.

Hampshire police told to keep victims in the loop

HAMPSHIRE police need to keep victims more informed of a case’s outcome and should be better at identifying repeat callers, according to an investigation into reports of crime.

Hampshire police told to keep victims in the loop

HAMPSHIRE police need to keep victims more informed of a case’s outcome, according to an investigation into reports of crime.

Hampshire police signs merger deal

HAMPSHIRE and Thames Valley police have joined forces as part of a cost-cutting exercise.

Hampshire police signs merger deal

HAMPSHIRE and Thames Valley police have joined forces as part of a cost-cutting exercise.

Dozens banned after drink drive campaign

BANS totalling 128 years have been handed out to more than 60 drivers as part of a festive drink drive crackdown by Hampshire police.

Mystery motorist could hold key to robbery case

A MOTORIST who may have accidentally been a key witness in an armed robbery case is being sought police.

Hundreds arrested in festive drink-drive crackdown

MORE than 200 people have been arrested during a festive drink-drive crackdown by Hampshire police.

Shots fired at cabbie after attempted stick-up

A TAXI driver was held at gunpoint in Farnborough late on Christmas Day, police have said.

Christmas delight as stolen guinea pigs found

A FAMILY from Yateley have seen their Christmas wishes come true early this year after being reunited with pets that were stolen during a burglary.

Police force to ask for views on budget

HAMPSHIRE residents are being given the power to influence next year's police budget.

Dozens of arrests in first days of crackdown

A CHRISTMAS drink drive crackdown by Hampshire police saw 43 arrests in less than a week.

Hampshire police launch festive drink drive crackdown

A CHRISTMAS drink drive crackdown has been launched by Hampshire police.

Top cop leads debate on teenage girls' arrest rates

HAMPSHIRE’S top police officer has appeared at Parliament as part of a government inquiry seeking to reduce the number of arrests among girls.

Fire service reports rise in chimney blazes

THE number of chimney fires in Hampshire has gone up over the past 12 months, despite widespread improvements to other aspects of fire service and safety, a report has shown.

Fire service reports rise in chimney blazes

THE number of chimney fires in Hampshire has gone up over the past 12 months, despite widespread improvements to other aspects of fire service and safety, a report has shown.

Police backing for bullying campaign

POLICE in Hampshire are backing a national anti-bullying campaign by taking a stand against discriminatory language in schools.

Police released photo of wanted man

HAMPSHIRE police are searching for a man wanted over an aggravated burglary in Farnborough in June.

FCOT students celebrate graduation

STUDENTS at the Farnborough College of Technology celebrated their graduation recently.

Warning over rogue trader telephone calls

HOUSEHOLDERS should be on the look out for a number of rogue traders currently targeting vulnerable people across Hampshire.

Voyeur locked up for photographing girls

A CANAL restoration organiser from Ash has been jailed for using a hidden camera to film teenage girls performing intimate acts.

Police stations to go on the market

FARNBOROUGH police station will close as Hampshire Constabulary battles to save up to £50m by 2015.

Police praise after 'peaceful and happy match'

THE chief police officer responsible for keeping the peace at the match has praised fans for their excellent behaviour.

Ban rather than arrest for first-time shoplifters

FIRST-time shoplifters in Farnborough are to be banned from stores rather than face criminal prosecution.

Police prepare to keep the peace at Shots vs. Man Utd

MORE than 100 extra police officers will be on duty to keep order as Aldershot Town take on Manchester United on Tuesday, October 25.

Merger of police departments could signal job losses

HAMPSHIRE and Thames Valley police forces have merged two departments in a cost-saving measure that could lead to job losses.

Burglars use stolen van to ram raid plumbing shop

RAM raiders smashed their way into an Aldershot plumbing supplies shop to steal copper pipes.

Public services explore backroom mergers

POLICE and fire services could merge some services with Hampshire County Council and share workers as part of a a cost-cutting drive.

Distracted drivers caught out by lorry operation

A MOTORIST spotted drinking coffee while using a laptop was among those caught during a police crackdown on distracted drivers.

Four-hour road closure after accident

A WOMAN is in a serious condition in hospital after a crash involving two pedestrians and a motorcyclist.

Cuts mean fewer but newer custody suites

HAMPSHIRE Police is set to splash out £67 million on four new custody centres, including one in Hook.

Officers swoop on rogue traders

THREE arrests were made by detectives during an investigation into a suspected multi-million pound rogue trader scheme.

Appeal after theft from Yateley Archers

PEOPLE are being urged to stay alert after thieves in Yateley escaped with bows and arrows belonging to a sports club.

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