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Secondary school could close as part of merger plans

Fort Hill Community School (picture from Google maps)

A BASINGSTOKE secondary school is under threat of closing due to decreasing number of pupils on the school roll.

10:04am Friday 20 January 2017

Drivers slammed for using wrong exit

Drivers slammed for using wrong exit

RESIDENTS have hit out at “thoughtless” drivers who use the wrong exit when leaving a supermarket.

9:00am Saturday 21 January 2017

Progress on £300 million cuts branded a "disgrace"

Progress on £300 million cuts branded a "disgrace"

PROGRESS made to save nearly £300 million from Hampshire County Council’s budget has been branded as “disgraceful” due to the impact it has had on Basingstoke and Deane.

1:10pm Saturday 7 January 2017

Basingstoke's 2016 in Review: Part One

Basingstoke's Year in Review: Part One

THERE have been several highs and lows across Basingstoke and Deane throughout 2016, and your Gazette team has been at the heart trying to cover as many events as possible. 

9:40am Wednesday 4 January 2017

Fury at DVD sale to 12-year-old girl

Fury at DVD sale to 12-year-old girl

A STEPDAD is calling on a national retailer to change its policies , after his 12-year - old step-daughter purchased DVDs for over 18s only.

5:00pm Saturday 7 January 2017

Home plans move forward in Manydown

Home plans move forward in Manydown

PROGRESS on plans for a new development to bring more than 3,000 new homes to Basingstoke has moved forward.

11:03am Tuesday 10 January 2017

Armbands make children more visible in dark winter months

Kingsclere pupils with AWE’s Tony Darroch and Mary Gyselynck

KINGSCLERE Primary School pupils will be extra-visible during the dark winter months, after being presented with flashing safety armbands by AWE.

4:23pm Friday 13 January 2017

Have your say on support for your police

Have your say on support for your police

RESIDENTS face the stark choice of paying more to sustain the county’s current levels of policing or see them cut.

3:34pm Thursday 12 January 2017

Council has re-think over waste centre opening hours

Council has re-think over waste centre opening hours

CHANGES to Hampshire’s waste recycling opening hours could be delayed following a rethink about the controversial plans.

1:09pm Friday 4 November 2016

Children urge council to change speed limit near school

Children urge council to change speed limit near school

CHILDREN from a Kings Furlong School urged councillors to make major changes to roads near their school by submitting a petition at a full council meeting last week. 

2:28pm Tuesday 1 November 2016
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