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REVEALED: Portsmouth restaurant let customers drink and smoke in karaoke rooms until 6am

Crime 1
The public toilets by the Gosport ferry terminal have been closed by the borough council Picture: Google Maps

Toilets are closed after concern over the use of drugs

Politics 2
Students at Portsmouth Grammar School

A-LEVEL RESULTS: How did your child’s school do?

Education 1
Sunny spells

Memorial paying tribute to Portsmouth’s finest boxers to be unveiled this weekend

Portsmouth 1

PICTURE GALLERY: Celebrating A-levels success


Unsuitable wall insulation has left angry Stan with a big bill

Business 3

REVEALED: The best and worst GP surgeries in the Portsmouth area - ranked by waiting times

Health 3
The Village Hotel at Lakeside North Harbour, Cosham. Photo: Deborah Croker

Bookings open as new £21m hotel nears completion

Business 4

What about us? Hampshire overlooked in new list of UK’s best restaurants

News 3
Pompey front man Kal Naismith

Naismith desperate for more Pompey goals

Jamal Lowe scored twice in the Checkatrade Trophy against Fulham under-21s Picture: Joe Pepler

Jackett sees bright things for Pompey winger

Milan Lalkovic in pre-season action against the Hawks

Pompey winger set for return against Walsall

Pompey 1
Pompey boss Kenny Jackett Picture: Joe Pepler

Pompey boss unsure if left-back hunt will succeed

Pompey 18

From Pompey apprentice to record holder - in seven weeks

Pompey 2

Striker omitted from Pompey team photo

Pompey 7

Pompey’s top 10 youngest debutants

Pompey 3

Talking points after Pompey’s draw with Fulham under-21s

Pompey 3
Pompey's Joe Hancott. Picture: Joe Pepler

Jackett praise for Pompey record-breaker

Pompey 2

Knight: Please no Pompey panic

Alan Knight
Serving your courgettes with pork belly makes for a hearty main dish

LAWRENCE MURPHY: Spicing up the top of the summer crops

Food and Drink
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BLAISE TAPP: Even in the 21st century, you can't beat old-fashioned playtime

The Clocktower Classics car show returns to Guildhall Square

What’s on from Friday, August 18 to Thursday, August 24

Local singer-songwriter Marley Blandford is playing in Southsea tomorrow. Picture: Habibur Rahman (161677)

Six things to do in the next 48 hours: August 16 and 17

Deaf Havana

Back from the brink, alternative rockers Deaf Havana join the ranks of Victorious Festival headliners

Gigs and Music


April 11, 1960, and the Stop and Pay sign is put away on Hayling bridge.

NOSTALGIA: Hayling islanders rejoice as they’re given freedom to roam

Heritage 4
HMS Victory, left of centre, with the French Redoutable, far left, and Neptune, centre, receiving a broadside from Nelsons flagship.

Disabled but HMS Victory fights on with a Trafalgar broadside