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Circa 880 AD, King Alfred the Great (849 - 901) with the symbols of office.

Bones of King Alfred the Great believed to have been found in a box at Winchester City Museum

To try to locate more of the royal bones, archaeologists may excavate at the site of the city's medieval Abbey where the pelvic fragment was originally found

The Hart district of Hampshire has been named the most desirable place to live in the UK. With 84 square miles of green wooded landscape and Hampshire's largest freshwater lake, the area has been dubbed

Ten best places to live in the UK: Hart in Hampshire takes top spot

The Hart district of Hampshire has been named the best place to live in the UK for the third year in a row, with Uttlesford in Essex taking second place

Stephen Gough, the naked rambler

Page 3 Profile: Stephen Gough, the naked rambler

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Stephen Gough is the Naked Rambler

Naked rambler Stephen Gough denies Asbo breach

BBC postponed screening of documentary after arrest

Nothing much on: Stephen Gough is the Naked Rambler

Nothing much on TV tonight: BBC postpones naked rambler documentary after Stephen Gough arrest

The BBC postponed a documentary about naked rambler Stephen Gough after he was arrested for refusing to wear clothes in public.

Ministers have increased the minimum target for schools from 35 per cent of pupils getting five A* to C grade GCSE passes including maths and English to 40 per cent this year

GCSE results: Schools end up teaching to the test rather than improving subject knowledge, warns headteachers' leader

Avoid switching to subject in which you achieved a higher grade but which you didn't really enjoy, warns head

Dan Skinner

My Edinburgh: Dan Skinner on the wonderful, glorious, unholy mess that is the Fringe

The Edinburgh festival is like the Death Star. You can try and escape, but you are eventually, inevitably, dragged back in by its powerful magnetic force. I am preparing to ‘go up’ again, to use the industry parlance. I decided two years ago that I wouldn’t for a good long while, but I went up last year as a punter and I’m going up again this year to perform in a show called Classic Entertainment Starring Mr Winchester and Tommy! Since you’re asking. It’s on at The Pleasance at 8.20. Since you’re asking.

William, in 1982, photographed with his mother and father at Kensington Palace

Royal baby: From childcare to schools - what next for the Prince of Cambridge?

While all eyes are on the labour ward of Queen Mary’s hospital, there are plenty of other details of the royal baby’s life – from childcare to schooling – to be considered.

First-time buyers advised to head north

First-time home buyers should head north, where houses are still within financial reach of people on average local incomes, according to a new study.

20-year-old Adam Lanza is believed to have been the gunman

Sandy Hook massacre: Chilling details emerge of weapons stash at Adam Lanza's home and of the scene at school

The massacre - which re-ignited the gun control debate in America - lasted only five minutes

A statue of King Alfred

Bones dug up in search for remains of King Alfred

Centuries of debate over where King Alfred the Great is buried could soon be over after archaeologists exhumed bones from an unmarked grave this morning.

Disabled prisoners ill-treated

Two severely disabled prisoners were locked in a cell designed for a single inmate for almost 24 hours a day, a damning inspection of an “overcrowded” Victorian jail reveals today.

Distinctive BBC radio announcers Patricia Hughes dies aged 90

One of the BBC's most distinctive radio announcers Patricia Hughes has died at the age of 90, the corporation said today.

Jeremy Kyle footage to be used Court of Appeal could be clue to 2002 murder

An episode of The Jeremy Kyle Show will be played to Court of Appeal judges to help determine whether an innocent man was jailed for murder after a killing in Bournemouth.

Hampshire police commissioner voters unlikely to find out if Conservative candidate Michael Mates committed electoral fraud until after election

Voters in Hampshire will almost certainly have to wait until after this week’s police commissioner elections to find out whether the high-profile Conservative candidate for the post will face action over claims that he committed electoral fraud to enter the contest.

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