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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.

Disco reunion planned for Ragamuffins nightclub partygoers

A reunion is planned to allow patrons of former Camberley nightclub Ragamuffins to party 80s-style once more

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Disco reunion planned for Ragamuffins nightclub partygoers

A reunion is planned to allow patrons of former Camberley nightclub Ragamuffins to party 80s-style once more

Takeaway bounces back from food hygiene caution to score top marks

Woodys Take Out in Farnborough achieved a five-star rating for hygiene in a re-inspection

Man accused of raping 12-year-old girl thought she was 'strange', trial hears

Dwayne Roberts told the court on one occasion he went to give the complainant a hug and kiss on the cheek, but she turned her head and kissed him on the lips

Lloyds Bank closure in North Camp deemed 'real blow' to residents

The Lynchford Road branch will close in October, leaving only one bank in the village, which councillors say will be inconvenient for both the public and businesses

RAF Red Arrows seen landing in Farnborough during display season

The Red Arrows flew over Farnborough before coming in to land ahead of a display in Southsea on Friday

M&S proposed closure: Petition reaches 10,000 signatures to save outlet store

The retailer said it was not commercially viable to continue trading in a number of Outlet stores

Iconic King's Centre is sold to property company

The former cinema has been purchased by HPS Properties, which has promised it will not be knocked down and turned into flats

Farnborough teenager was 'calm' day before taking his life, inquest hears

The family of Shaun Howcroft, 17, tell coroner he was 'getting on very well' and had only 'slight problems' in his work and relationship

Two rescued from cars after heavy dual carriageway collision

A man and a woman had to be cut from their cars after they became crushed together in a crash on the A331

Farnborough student wins national writing competition in 'truly exceptional achievement'

Farnborough Hill student Imogen Usherwood's novel chronicles a Jewish family en route from the Krakow Ghetto to the Sobibor extermination camp, oblivious to their fate

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