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Fergus McEwan

Fergus McEwan

Fergus is the Camberley News & Mail reporter, having previously been Communities Editor for the News & Mail and Surrey Advertiser series.

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Matt O'Connor, founder of Fathers4Justice, outside Parliament

Top judges rule Aldershot Magistrates' Court 'acted unlawfully' in Fathers 4 Justice founder's trial

High Court judges said supporters of Fathers 4 Justice founder Matt O'Connor should have been allowed to listen to the public order case

Soldiers show no hiss-teria after discovering six-foot anaconda at military training ground

The reptile is being cared for at the RSPCA reptile centre in Brighton but the charity is appealing for information about where it came from

Farnborough 'demonstrates love' for fire-damaged chapel by raising £1k

The Farnborough Society wanted to transform the chapel into a columbarium, where people can store urns containing the ashes of loved ones

Newlyweds accuse hotel staff of mismanagement after hundreds of pounds stolen on wedding night

The hotel has offered the couple a £150 'goodwill gesture' but Aaron and Natalie Vaughan claim the guests' envelopes contained a total of £580 in cash and gift cards

Discover history of Hampshire with FREE Heritage Open Day events

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Farnborough's Royal Aircraft Establishment to hold reunion for ex-apprentices

The reunion, to be held at the Farnborough Air Sciences Trust (FAST) Museum on September 15, will celebrate 106 years since the historical training scheme began          

Ranil Jayawardena during a visit to RAF Odiham

MP steps up pressure for RAF Odiham accommodation upgrade

North East Hampshire MP Ranil Jayawardena is urging people to sign a petition calling on the Government to take action over 'outdated' living quarters

Odiham WWII veteran celebrates 90th birthday and France's highest honour

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

Crimea Inn concert in Aldershot raises thousands for charities

More than £4,000 was raised at the mini festival for the Aldershot charity Parkside and the 'blood bikers'

Southwood Infant School in Farnborough celebrates upgrade after glowing inspection by watchdog

Two years ago the school "required improvement" but the most recent inspection by government watchdog Ofsted was much more positive

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