Welsh stars in Dylan Thomas venture

Hampshire Chronicle: Under Milk Wood was written by Dylan Thomas.

12:49am Thursday 17th April 2014

Welsh stars including Sir Tom Jones, Katherine Jenkins and Michael Sheen are teaming up for a new hour-long TV version of Dylan Thomas' play Under Milk Wood.

Co-op Group set to post huge losses

Hampshire Chronicle: The Co-operative Group is expected to post losses as high as £2.5 billion

12:49am Thursday 17th April 2014

The Co-operative Group is today expected to post losses as high as £2.5 billion as it faces more pain from the biggest crisis in its history.

High infection rates 'unacceptable'

Hampshire Chronicle: Doctors and nurses have been urged to "redouble" hygiene efforts.

12:49am Thursday 17th April 2014

The number of patients getting an infection while receiving NHS care is "unacceptably high", health officials have warned.

Verdict due on M5 pile-up deaths

Hampshire Chronicle: A coroner is due to give his verdict on a multiple crash on the M5 motorway near Taunton in November 2011 in which seven people were killed

12:49am Thursday 17th April 2014

A coroner is due to give his findings today on one of the worst British motorway incidents in living memory.

'Don't scrap 2021 census' say MPs

Hampshire Chronicle: MPs say it is too soon to start talking about scrapping the census, which was last conducted in 2011

12:49am Thursday 17th April 2014

The 2021 census should not be scrapped, as alternative methods for collecting information about the country's population would not provide a proper replacement, MPs have said.

New doctor rota in death rate link

Hampshire Chronicle: More patients die on 'black Wednesday' when newly-qualified doctors start their hospital duties, studies show

12:49am Thursday 17th April 2014

Staggering junior doctors' training rotations could help to prevent the "black Wednesday" phenomenon, medical experts have said.

Acquitted Jacobs breaks silence

Hampshire Chronicle: The murder of Pc Keith Blakelock remains unsolved

12:49am Thursday 17th April 2014

The man cleared of killing Pc Keith Blakelock in the 1985 Tottenham riots has spoken of the anger and disappointment he would feel as a member of the murdered policeman's family.

No lamb detected in 'lamb' products

Hampshire Chronicle: A consumer watchdog tested 60 takeaway lamb curries and minced lamb kebabs from restaurants and found that 24 of them had been mixed with other meats.

12:49am Thursday 17th April 2014

Food regulators are launching a crackdown on lamb dishes from takeaway restaurants after two studies showed that lamb is being replaced by cheaper meats such as beef or chicken.

Killer Shipman 'was a good doctor'

Hampshire Chronicle: Killer doctor Harold Shipman committed suicide in prison.

12:49am Thursday 17th April 2014

The son of one of serial killer Harold Shipman's victims still maintains he was a "good doctor" and said he views the killing as "euthanasia".

'Speak up' to halt drink-drivers

Hampshire Chronicle: People misjudge the effects of driving after drinking, a survey shows

12:49am Thursday 17th April 2014

A Government minister is urging car passengers to speak up to prevent drunken drivers from taking the wheel.



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