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Hopes remain £900m deal is not dead – as emails reveal disagreements

Mutiny Festival brought over �2m to the local economy Picture: Paul Windsor

Mutiny Festival brings £2.7m into Portsmouth economy

Jacob Kennard, Gavin Moon, Ian Doyle and Sarah Talboys-Smith with Shanon Rees and Rodney Watson at the front
 at  The Southsea Village holding a ping-pongathon to get people in the fundraising spirit fo Children in Need. Picture : Habibur Rahman

Schools and business across Portsmouth show support for Pudsey

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WATCH: Retailer’s £5m centre opening to create 100 jobs at Dunsbury Park in Havant


IFA2 project takes another step as planning approved


‘Predatory’ 18-year-old caught abusing girl on CCTV


Everything you need to know about Portsmouth’s ice rink (including when it opens)

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Sergeant Anthony Mark from the British Army puts the Royal Navy through their paces

Royal Navy sailors set for a historic first as they guard the Queen

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Queen to visit city to commission new aircraft carrier

Pompey boss Kenny Jackett. Picture: Joe Pepler

Jackett: Pompey need to go on unbeaten streak

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Phil Brown. Picture: Sharon Lucey

Pompey v Southend: The Opposition View

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Stuart O'Keefe. Picture: Joe Pepler

Midfielder’s ready to fight for Pompey starting spot

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Matt Clarke. Picture: Joe Pepler

Gaffer: Pompey defender needs to return to centre-back

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Southend’s sterling record in November ahead of Pompey clash


Pompey boss: I’m open-minded over Hawkins’ best role


Brown’s scouting mission ahead of Pompey trip

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Honeyball expects strong Breeze at Fontwell

Heart of Portsmouth Boxing Academy's Ivy-Jane Smith

Heart of Portsmouth ace aiming to become world champion


What fans will see from Pompey’s new badge

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ALISTAIR GIBSON ON WINE: It might be a bit left field, but how about Rioja with the turkey?

Food and Drink
The Vaults, Albert Road, Southsea.

DISH DETECTIVE: Hit the Vaults in daylight and a totally different pub emerges

Whats on
Death of a Salesman at The Spring, Havant

REVIEW: Death of a Salesman at The Spring, Havant

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The Darkness. Picture by

Simon Emmett

BIG INTERVIEW The Darkness: ‘For anyone to give a damn when we’re five albums in is great’

Gigs and Music
Bench Theatre is taking on Death of a Salesman

What’s on from Friday, November 17 to Thursday, November 23

The telegram received by William Halls mother  still upsetting to read 78 years on.

NOSTALGIA WITH BOB HIND: Curse of the telegram: Dear Mrs Hall – your son is dead

Opening of the new school by the home secretary in October 1927. The headmaster, Canon Barton, is on the lowest step, on the left. Dorothea Barton is possibly there, somewhere. (PGS Archive)

NOSTALGIA: A red bluestocking at Portsmouth Grammar School

A look down traffic-free Bedhampton Hill, Bedhampton, in the 1920s.  Picture: Ralph Cousins collection

NOSTALGIA: They’re getting in a right old pickle about those Pickle Nights

The junction of London Road, North End, and Gladys Avenue, 1976.

NOSTALGIA: Another one bites the dust: do you remember Rumbelows?