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A-LEVELS- UPDATED: Schools and colleges report early results

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

Bookings open as new £21m hotel nears completion

Stan Auld with some of the damp and mould damage

Unsuitable wall insulation has left angry Stan with a big bill

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Heavy rain

Waterlooville man killed in machinery ‘should still be here’, inquest told


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‘A symbol of maritime might in the navy for the next 50 years’

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HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH: Theresa May says carrier will reinforce Britain as a global powerhouse

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WATCH: HMS Queen Elizabeth dominates the skyline as she enters Portsmouth Harbour

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WATCH: HMS Queen Elizabeth arrives in Portsmouth

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Pompey's Joe Hancott. Picture: Joe Pepler

Jackett praise for Pompey record-breaker

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Pompey and Fulham drew 3-3. Picture: Joe Pepler

Pompey boss disappointed not to get victory

Jamal Lowe. Picture: Joe Pepler

Pompey 3 Fulham under-21s 3: Neil Allen’s match report

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Pompey 3 Fulham under-21s 3: Gaffer for a day

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Pompey boss’ delight at his comeback kid

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Close is free from injury and full of Pompey ambition

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Tareiq Holmes-Dennis limps off injured against Rochdale. Picture: Joe Pepler

Injured Holmes-Dennis pays tribute to Pompey

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Knight: Please no Pompey panic

Alan Knight
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BLAISE TAPP: Even in the 21st century, you can't beat old-fashioned playtime

HMS Queen Elizabeth arrives in Portsmouth            Picture: PA

RICK JACKSON: The patriotism inspired by HMS Queen Elizabeth is wonderful

Inmates at Kingston Prison, Portsmouth, on the treadwheel which was abolished in 1898.

NOSTALGIA: Like hamsters in a wheel, these convicts went around in circles

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

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

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Capital Fuzz

Prepare to get caught by the Fuzz all over again at The Wedgewood Rooms

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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

An especially-adapted train for royalty arriving in the dockyard for the launch of HMS Dreadnought in 1906.

Was Edward VII the only royal to use this Portsmouth branch line?