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TWO teachers from Oak Farm School in Farnborough were rescued from Britain's highest mountain after they became trapped in bad weather.
SOUTH Farnborough Junior School has been highly praised by Ofsted inspectors following a considerable improvement in its teaching standards.
ONE of the oldest women in the News area celebrated her 101st birthday on September 2.
SECURITY was tight as the Farnborough International 2002 airshow got off to a roaring start on July 22.
NORTH Camp's public toilets have been officially reopened by the Mayor of Rushmoor.
UP to 250 jobs will be up for grabs at the new B&Q warehouse when it opens in Farnborough next May.
THE Post Office has confirmed it is doing everything it can to get services in the North Town area of Aldershot running again, following the sudden closure of its branch in August.
BANDS are all lined up for Aldershot's very own flag-waving Proms extravaganza on September 7 — but there is a worrying note for organisers.
MORE police will patrol Farnborough over the festive period to crack down on petty crime and maintain law and order.
THE Ministry of Defence this week performed a major U-turn and sold a major stake in QinetiQ, the defence research establishment, to the American Carlyle Group.