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Steve has the Marwell experience

Steve Brine visited Marwell today to see developments on the site and hear of plans for the future.Steve Brine visited Marwell today (Thursday 6 November 2008) to see developments on the site and hear of plans for the future.Marwell Zoological Park is owned and run by Marwell Preservation Trust,

Local children name Winchester's refuse trucks

Winchester City Council's fleet of 23 refuse trucks have been named by local primary school pupils.

The competition to name the trucks was run by the City Council’s Environmental Health Service and was open to primary schools across the district.

Steve supports Police Dependants Trust

A reception in Parliament marks the merger of two vital organisations for local police and their families.Prospective Winchester MP Steve Brine visited Parliament today (Wednesday 5 November 2008) to celebrate the work of the Police Dependants Trust (PDT).He joined guests from all over the UK, MP

David Cameron congratulates President-Elect Obama

David Cameron has described Barack Obama's election as an "important moment".David Cameron has described Barack Obama's election as the next President of the United States as "an important moment not just for America but for the world".David said, "In these difficult times people everywhere are c

Hampshire 6th form art show

Student work from across Hampshire goes on display at University.Prospective MP for Winchester, Steve Brine, dropped into West Downs Campus at the University of Winchester this evening (Monday 3 November 2008) to see art on display from sixth-form students at colleges across Hampshire.“My wife Su

Conservatives plan faster drug approval

The Conservatives have promised to cut the approval time for new NHS drugs from an average of 18 months to between three and six months.Andrew Lansley has unveiled plans to transform the duties and responsibilities of the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE).The Shadow Hea

Give local firms a chance says Steve Brine

Massive Whitehall procurement budget should help small and medium firms says Tory candidate for Parliament.

Prospective Winchester MP Steve Brine says the Government could do much more to help local firms hit by the economic downturn. 

The Winchester Post - Winter 2008

Full colour newspaper delivered to homes across Winchester and surrounding villages during November 2008. This newspaper is produced by Prospective Winchester MP, Steve Brine, and delivered to more than 30,000 homes.

The Chandler's Ford Post - Winter 2008

Full colour newspaper delivered to homes across Chandler's Ford, Hiltingbury and North Millers Dale during November 2008. Produced by Prospective MP for the new Winchester & Chandler's Ford constituency, Steve Brine, and delivered to more than 9,000 homes.