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PICTURED: Residents react as work starts to remove cladding from two Somers Town high rises due to fire risks after Grenfell Tower blaze

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Cllr Rob New. Picture: Sarah Standing

Senior Portsmouth councillor admits ‘falling behind’ on council tax

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Has your car been covered in Saharan dust?

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Pompey players to be pampered in a new luxury coach

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Portsmouth council leader demands £10m from government to fit sprinklers to high rises

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Cllr Ken Smith who is reperesenting residents in the area

Fury as parking woes continue near school

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Pompey youngster Adam May Picture: Joe Pepler

Pompey young guns will get chance to show worth

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Dave Birmingham, left, v David Miko. Picture: Neil Marshall

Former Pompey man handed dream title shot

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Noel Hunt. Picture: Joe Pepler

Pompey say no deal as striker moves on

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League One weekly transfer round-up

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Pompey Talk: Summer update

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Main: I can offer Pompey supply of goals in League One

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Nathan Thompson Pic: Colin Farmery

Pompey signing Thompson’s versatility can be blessing for Jackett

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Title winners – but Pompey newcomers are essential

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Lee Devereux on the beach at Eastney. All pictures: Habibur Rahman

BIG READ: Mind over modern life

News
Kate Humble says that she has felt so much more comfortable in her skin lately

KATE HUMBLE: ‘I don’t know why we haven’t done Nude Watch yet!’

People

SHORT STORY FOR THE WEEKEND: Carnival of Tears by Mike Gaines

Whats on
Celebrate Armed Forces Day this weekend with The Royal Marines School of Music's marching band

Six things to do in the next 72 hours: June 24, 25 and 26

News
Top comic Markus Birdman performs at the Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club in Portsmouth this weekend

What’s on from Friday, June 23 and Thursday, June 29

News
A Guildhall vigil for victims of the Manchester bombing. Picture: Keith Woodland

BLAISE TAPP: Finding some light in the darkest of times for Britain

Opinion
A prototype of an Airspeed Oxford on its maiden flight from Portsmouth on June 19, 1937. Nearly all Second World War Bomber Command crews trained on these. The last Oxford was retired from RAF service in 1956.

The Portsmouth-built training plane that helped win the war

Heritage

CHIPPER CLUB: I’m a hot dog, but I like to stay safe when I have fun in the sun

Lifestyle

70 years on – the Portsmouth Aerocar

Heritage