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Much to discuss at Kings' School

Steve Brine spent part of Friday morning at Kings' School in Winchester, meeting staff and students and taking a short tour of the campus.

MP raises breast cancer patients in implants debate

Steve Brine urged the government to recognise that 'speed is of the essence' in helping women who had reconstructive breast surgery after battling cancer, as Health Secretary Andrew Lansley addressed the Commons on Wednesday 11th January.

Campaign to tackle hoax 999 calls

South Central Ambulance Service has launched a campaign to stop people calling 999 for non-life threatening reasons.

Goodbye to outgoing hospital Trust

Steve Brine dropped into Winchester Hospital on Friday 6th January to join staff as they marked the end of Winchester & Eastleigh Health Care Trust (WEHCT) and said goodbye to the Trust Board and chairman.

Local team welcome estate improvements

Steve Brine, Cllr Jamie Scott and community campaigner Derek Green have recently been out and about with looking at the progress being made by the city council to improve Stanmore.
One improvement that has had a lot of positive feedback is parking in Thurmond Crescent.

Welcome repairs for Teg Down roads

Helen Osborne and Cllr Eileen Berry have joined local MP Steve Brine in warmly welcoming the resurfacing of roads around Teg Down- at long last!

Lighting at Harestock shops

Local campaigner James Byrnes is picking up the baton in assisting residents concerned with the lack of lighting at the Priors Dean Road shopping parade.

Innovation and Research Strategy for Growth

Steve Brine has welcomed the launch of a new strategy setting out the Government's plans to boost economic growth through smarter investment in research, innovation and commercialisation.

Supporting the Big Issue

Local MP Steve Brine spent a lunchtime selling the Big Issue on Winchester High Street on Friday 16th December.
Back in the summer, Steve was contacted on Twitter by the organisation, after having tweeted mentioning a conversation he had with a vendor up at Waterloo station.