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Stephen Lloyd

Stephen Lloyd

Stephen covers Fleet and Church Crookham and the villages of Hartley Wintney, Hook, Odiham, Crondall, Crookham Village, Dogmersfield and Winchfield for the News & Mail and Star Courier.

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Blackbushe Airport plane crash inquests adjourned again

Members of Osama Bin Laden's family were among the victims, who all died due to the intense fire that broke out around the aircraft

'Chuffed' regulars at Church Crookham boozer delighted by Pub of the Year accolade

Nigel Halford, landlord of The Tweseldown, said: "This is an honour for everyone - a lot of our regulars are proud"

Former Yateley pupil and footballer drowned in river

Police divers pulled the body of 'intelligent and likeable' Scott Rooney from the River Avon in Bristol on Saturday

Hartley Wintney father speaks of 'horror' ordeal as naked psychopath entered family home

Richard Park described the terrifying moment a nude intruder confronted his wife and children while 'performing a sex act on himself'

Fleet Town Council scrap 'costly' professional panto

The curtain has come down on Tastic Productions and will be taken over by local amateur dramatics group

Hartley Wintney designer 'looking forward' to creating large Zebra sculpture

Karen Chapman, of Renaissance Interiors, has been invited to take part in Zany Zebras, a public art event organised by the charity Marwell Wildlife

Furious Fleet town councillor resigns over 'grossly excessive' tax hike

Cllr Steve Forster said: "I feel that the council is not acting in the interests of residents and is unwilling to listen to reason"

Council tax hike of 80% for Fleet residents to fund plans for new Harlington theatre

Increase to fund plans for a new Harlington theatre, not the construction, with just two councillors voting against the proposals

Virgin Media's UK headquarters in Hook

Hook jobs under threat as Virgin Media looks to make around 900 cuts

Telecoms giant Virgin Media has warned redundancies are likely over the next two years as part of a structural overhaul

Hampshire County Council has ordered another review of its household waste recycling centres

Rubbish dumps under threat as Hampshire County Council looks at making further savings

Money-saving ideas include the possibility of closing certain sites, charging for non-domestic waste and reducing opening hours

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