Youngsters across the Get Hampshire area picked up their results on Thursday (August 25)
“They were all scared of people, it was like having an abused feral dog. Every time I took her out she barked at anything and everything, it was a real test."
More than 100 fire appliances were on display at the event in North Warnborough at the weekend, with some dating back to the 1700s
Fred Lee took part in the D-Day Normandy landings in 1944 and met the Duchess of Cambridge at a centenary commemoration of the operation in 2014
Firefighters will be able to carry out exercises on a scale never before possible in the country
Charles Church now faces an injunction for allowing buyers to move into Montfort Place before the drainage system is ready
Flags are out across the area as residents prepare to celebrate the Queen's special day on Thursday (April 21)
A family home, a hospital, a shipping company headquarters and a school - the hotel really has seen it all
Just before hanging himself in the family home in Odiham, Mervyn Thorpe sent his wife a final message which read: “I am going to a better place. Happy Valentines’ Day"
Hampshire County Council will now make a decision on the county's tier three libraries, such as Yateley and Odiham, in 2017
Hampshire County Council is consulting on proposals to develop a family support service, which would see the number of children's centres reduced from 54 to 11
The Ministry of Defence has faced criticism from relatives of the five servicemen killed after the crash in Afghanistan in April 2014
Warrant Officer Spencer Faulkner had not carried out a required familiarisation flight on three occasions before returning to duty before the crash - but was described as a "very experienced pilot"
The Aynhoe Park replica cake took 200 hours to make and included 10 kilos of sugar, flour and butter
We Love Hart campaign warns widespread flooding around Winchfield proves the area is not the right place to build 5,000 homes
More than a dozen homes on farmland opposite an important site dating back to the Magna Carta will spell disaster for the area, residents warn
Staff and volunteers at Disabled Action Self-Help (DASH) were left stranded on the day of their special festive meal
Health of residents, employment rates and even the weather are all better than UK averages
We Love Hart campaigners say other brownfield sites should be considered for homes
Eleven-year-old Alexandra Kelly wrote an impassioned letter to the council after hearing Yateley library is facing potential changes or even closure