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Hampshire Chronicle
City council admit grass cutting delaysWINCHESTER City Council has admitted that grass cutting in the area is behind s
City council admit grass cutting delays
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted yesterday
WINCHESTER City Council has admitted that grass cutting in the area is behind schedule. The council say that the monthly amenity grass cutting programme for the Winchester District and East Hampshire District is six to eight days behind. A notice... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
More rubbish dumped in countryside near WinchesterAN INVESTIGATION has been launched after a huge pile of rubbish was dumped at a
More rubbish dumped in countryside near Winchester
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 4 days ago
AN INVESTIGATION has been launched after a huge pile of rubbish was dumped at a beauty spot near Winchester. Now Winchester City Council environment bosses have launched a hunt to find the fly-tipper. The rubbish includes toys, bikes, garden hoses,... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Villagers stop hotel's licence expansion plansnuisance." the application attracted a dozen objections including from Keith W
Villagers stop hotel's licence expansion plans
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 6 days ago
nuisance." the application attracted a dozen objections including from Keith Wood, a former city councillor and leader of Winchester City Council. Another resident Richard Morse, of Woodman Lane, wrote: "The noise from the hotel directly affects... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Winchester parking chiefs trialling new technology for parkingWINCHESTER City Council is trialling a new method of paying for parking in two
Winchester parking chiefs trialling new technology for parking
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 10 days ago
WINCHESTER City Council is trialling a new method of paying for parking in two city centre car parks. One machine in Colebrook Street and St. Peter Street car parks has been converted to accept credit/debit card payments which also includes new... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
BoomTown gets double backing to expandand the planning for Matterley Estate happening at the same time. "However, th
BoomTown gets double backing to expand
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 13 days ago
and the planning for Matterley Estate happening at the same time. "However, through working closely with Matterley, Winchester City Council, South Downs National Park and other responsible authorities, we have managed to gain the licence we... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Stewart Dunn honoured with Winchester Millennium EggDaily Echo and Hampshire Chronicle. "In his current role at the Hampshire Cham
Stewart Dunn honoured with Winchester Millennium Egg
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
Daily Echo and Hampshire Chronicle. "In his current role at the Hampshire Chamber of Commerce he works with Government and Winchester City Council influencing policy on a wide range of issues affecting local businesses as well as providing an... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Simon Eden, chief executive of Winchester City Council, to stand downHill redevelopment which collapsed earlier this year. Cllr Godfrey said: “Simo
Simon Eden, chief executive of Winchester City Council, to stand down
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 15 days ago
Hill redevelopment which collapsed earlier this year. Cllr Godfrey said: “Simon Eden has announced his departure from Winchester City Council and I am saddened by the news. “For 13 years, Simon has served Winchester with great distinction,... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Fly tippers fined for dumping rubbish in Meon Valleythrough the courts. The action came after a tip-off from a member of the publi
Fly tippers fined for dumping rubbish in Meon Valley
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
through the courts. The action came after a tip-off from a member of the public who found the waste and reported it to Winchester City Council. Two separate fly-tips were found on a bridleway near Cott Street, a previous target for... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Future of Sir John Moore Barracks uncertainthat the barracks will be sold is set to be made next month. They say top-level
Future of Sir John Moore Barracks uncertain
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 22 days ago
that the barracks will be sold is set to be made next month. They say top-level talks have taken place between the MoD and Winchester City Council, and the intentions of the ministry are to sell the land near Littleton. However, the leader of... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Crocodiles and venomous lizards among the dangerous animals living in Hampshirewhich 363 replied. In Northern Ireland, the Environment Agency provided the fig
Crocodiles and venomous lizards among the dangerous animals living in Hampshire
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted a month ago
which 363 replied. In Northern Ireland, the Environment Agency provided the figures for the whole country. A spokesman for Winchester City Council said: ""(Applications are) inspected in accordance with the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976 every two... Read more
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Pendle Today
REVEALED: The deadly predators kept on private property in the UK- One Savannah cat :: Wiltshire Council - Two camels, 60 bison, a maximum of 9
REVEALED: The deadly predators kept on private property in the UK
Pendle Today / Posted a month ago
- One Savannah cat :: Wiltshire Council - Two camels, 60 bison, a maximum of 900 wild boar, two capuchin monkeys :: Winchester City Council - One ocelot, two dwarf crocodiles, three gila monsters :: Wychavon District Council - Five... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Lions, wolves and deadly snakes among animals being kept in private UK properties- One Savannah cat :: Wiltshire Council - Two camels, 60 bison, a maximum of 9
Lions, wolves and deadly snakes among animals being kept in private UK properties
Derbyshire Times / Posted 1 months ago
- One Savannah cat :: Wiltshire Council - Two camels, 60 bison, a maximum of 900 wild boar, two capuchin monkeys :: Winchester City Council - One ocelot, two dwarf crocodiles, three gila monsters :: Wychavon District Council - Five... Read more
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chad
Lions, wolves and deadly snakes among animals being kept in private UK properties- One Savannah cat :: Wiltshire Council - Two camels, 60 bison, a maximum of 9
Lions, wolves and deadly snakes among animals being kept in private UK properties
chad / Posted 1 months ago
- One Savannah cat :: Wiltshire Council - Two camels, 60 bison, a maximum of 900 wild boar, two capuchin monkeys :: Winchester City Council - One ocelot, two dwarf crocodiles, three gila monsters :: Wychavon District Council - Five... Read more
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Louth Leader
East Lindsey home to tigers, camels, a puma and more a Dangerous Wild Animals FOI finds- One Savannah cat :: Wiltshire Council - Two camels, 60 bison, a maximum of 9
East Lindsey home to tigers, camels, a puma and more a Dangerous Wild Animals FOI finds
Louth Leader / Posted 1 months ago
- One Savannah cat :: Wiltshire Council - Two camels, 60 bison, a maximum of 900 wild boar, two capuchin monkeys :: Winchester City Council - One ocelot, two dwarf crocodiles, three gila monsters :: Wychavon District Council - Five... Read more
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Spalding Today
South Kesteven and Rutland home to leopards, Savannah cats, serval cats and more FOI in Dangerous Wild Animals finds- One Savannah cat :: Wiltshire Council - Two camels, 60 bison, a maximum of 9
South Kesteven and Rutland home to leopards, Savannah cats, serval cats and more FOI in Dangerous Wild Animals finds
Spalding Today / Posted 1 months ago
- One Savannah cat :: Wiltshire Council - Two camels, 60 bison, a maximum of 900 wild boar, two capuchin monkeys :: Winchester City Council - One ocelot, two dwarf crocodiles, three gila monsters :: Wychavon District Council - Five... Read more
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Horncastle Today
East Lindsey home to tigers, camels, a puma and more a Dangerous Wild Animals FOI finds- One Savannah cat :: Wiltshire Council - Two camels, 60 bison, a maximum of 9
East Lindsey home to tigers, camels, a puma and more a Dangerous Wild Animals FOI finds
Horncastle Today / Posted 1 months ago
- One Savannah cat :: Wiltshire Council - Two camels, 60 bison, a maximum of 900 wild boar, two capuchin monkeys :: Winchester City Council - One ocelot, two dwarf crocodiles, three gila monsters :: Wychavon District Council - Five... Read more
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Bury Free Press
West Suffolk home to lynxes, carcals, bobcats and more FOI into dangerous wild animals finds- One Savannah cat :: Wiltshire Council - Two camels, 60 bison, a maximum of 9
West Suffolk home to lynxes, carcals, bobcats and more FOI into dangerous wild animals finds
Bury Free Press / Posted 1 months ago
- One Savannah cat :: Wiltshire Council - Two camels, 60 bison, a maximum of 900 wild boar, two capuchin monkeys :: Winchester City Council - One ocelot, two dwarf crocodiles, three gila monsters :: Wychavon District Council - Five... Read more
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