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Natalie Garland

Natalie Garland

Natalie covers the patch of Farnborough, Cove and North Camp in Hampshire. Living in Frimley, she is a print journalism graduate from Nottingham Trent University and has been a reporter for the News & Mail since September 2013.

Cat is homeward bound after epic 70-mile journey

Squeak has been reunited with her owner on the south coast, but it is still a mystery how she ended up in Farnborough

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Cat is homeward bound after epic 70-mile journey

Squeak has been reunited with her owner on the south coast, but it is still a mystery how she ended up in Farnborough

Former pupil's gruelling research on Farnborough school ahead of book release

Finding an elusive picture was the first step of years of work culminating in Bryan Hoskyns publishing a book on the history of St Patrick's School

Bricks thrown at abbey's stained glass windows during spate of vandalism

It is thought that a group of youths damaged the windows and oak doors at Farnborough Abbey, as well as distressing sheep in surrounding fields

Family given lifeline after 'struggle' for a primary school place

Farnborough father, whose daughter was offered her chosen primary school after weeks of wrangling, says the difficulties faced by families applying for schools is unfair

Nursery worker who stole £8k of parents' money told to pay back £1k

Amanda Landess, from Aldershot, stole money from parents' fees while working at ABC Kindergarten in Farnham but was spared a prison sentence

Bucket list Coco finally passes away after whirlwind final months

Coco has ridden a fire engine, ordered a Big Mac and been through a 3D scanner

Scores of incidents recorded at Farnborough North level crossing, including 15 near misses

On one occasion a man walked in front of a train while on his mobile phone

Long awaited Vue cinema finally opens in Farnborough

Some colourful film characters were on hand at Vue's preview night PLUS compare the new pictures with how the cinema looked last month

Ex-Gurkha wins recognition for helping elderly neighbour

When neighbour was bed-bound after operations, Man Gurung collected her shopping and prescriptions - and did her gardening

Pub will become houses after plans are narrowly voted through

Mixed reaction as councillors vote five to four to approve plans to demolish the Imperial Arms and build four houses in its place

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