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Brucey remembers 1957 Kings performance

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'Carrier bag' being sold by the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity to celebrate HMS Queen Elizabeth coming into Portsmouth

Now you can buy a ‘carrier’ bag!

From left,, Cprl James Tighe, L/Cprl  Rebecca Arnold, Cprl Simon Ryder and L/Cprl Jonathan Siddall with their field kits
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Army medics from Gosport join UN mission in South Sudan

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Sunny spells

X-Box gamer told Gosport boy, 9, to search online for porn sites while playing Rocket League

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‘He had that cheeky twinkle in his eye”: Sir Bruce Forsyth’s former Portsmouth soundman pays tribute

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Fareham woman prone to serious infections praises QA Hospital staff


Attacker followed his victim for a mile before assault in city alleyway

Manor Lodge Road in Rowlands Castle where Thursday's fatal crash happened

Residents shocked as driver is killed when car crashes into tree

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Melody Chinese restaurant in Commercial Road, Portsmouth

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

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Pompey forward Kal Naismith Picture: Joe Pepler

Naismith: Pompey have no need to panic

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Pompey youngster Joe Hancott

Pompey Academy is striving to become Category Two

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Erhun Oztumer Picture: Joe Deny

Pompey v Walsall: The Opposition View

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Fan-funder Steve McLenaghan cuts the ribbon to officially open the Tifosy pitches at Pompeys Copnor Road training base. Also included are, from left, James Pollock, Tifosy, Blues chief executive Mark Catlin, manager Kenny Jackett, academy boss Mark Kelly and Lord Mayor of Portsmouth Ken Ellcome. Fans were also present at the opening ceremony

Football’s reaping success from Pompey pioneers


Pompey v Walsall: Pre-match talking points

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Pompey v Walsall: Gaffer for a day


Pompey new boy’s out to continue rise

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Dion Donohue Picture: Jason Chadwick

Donohue’s Pompey arrival will end midfielder hunt

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Football’s reaping success from Pompey pioneers

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STEVE CANAVAN: Making a molehill out of Malcolm, my very minor ailment


WATCH: Nokia 8 to take on iPhone and Galaxy smartphones

Jerry Williams. Picture by Shotbyphox

BIG INTERVIEW Jerry Williams: ‘Every time Victorious comes around it feels like Christmas’

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Clocktower Classics returns to Portsmouth Guildhall

Six things to do in the next 72 hours: August 19, 20 and 21

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SHORT STORY FOR THE WEEKEND: A String of Pearls by Christine Lawrence

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PICTURE GALLERY: More stunning photos from readers show HMS Queen Elizabeth in all her glory

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

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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