Pharmacy rolls out prescription delivery service

A PHARMACY in Portsmouth is introducing a new service to its customers.

Mark OHalloran

Law firm partner is named ‘phenomenal’ by guide

A SOLICITORS with headquarters in Portsmouth has had a staff member highlighted as ‘phenomenal’ in a prestigious directory.


M&S in festive recruitment

RETAIL giant Marks and Spencer is looking to recruit eight additional colleagues in Havant.

Port general manager Steve Williams

Steve is appointed as port’s general manager

A GENERAL manager has been appointed at Portsmouth International Port.


Chairman of Timpson is revealed as key speaker

ENTREPRENEUR Sir John Timpson has been announced as a key speaker at the Solent Business Growth Summit 2017.

Dogs use facial expressions to communicate

Dogs use facial expressions to communicate

DOGS give their ‘puppy dog eyes’ look deliberately to communicate with humans – not just to get food – scientists in Portsmouth have claimed.


Fareham care home rated good by CQC

CARING staff and giving residents the chance to be independent has seen a care home rated good.

Jim Bachelor and Faz Ahmed with the League 2 Trophy

Southsea curry house night raises £1,650 for Pompey in the Community

THE AKASH curry house in Southsea hosted more than 100 hungry patrons at a charity fundraising event.


‘Don’t leave it too long to trim your hedges’

HOMEOWNERS are being asked to make sure overgrown greenery does not cause a problem for drivers.

A shot from Gordon Ramsay on Cocaine, soon to be shown on ITV1 as part of that channel's Crime and Punishment series

CHERYL GIBBS: Gordon Ramsay was more engaging than I’d imagined

I’m writing this week’s column from Cannes in France.

Portsmouth in 1717 (from William Gates History of Portsmouth, 1900)

NOSTALGIA: A seed of learning planted 300 years ago that’s blossomed into Portsmouth Grammar School

This week marks the three hundredth anniversary of the planting of a seed.

Rosie Trout from Drayton with her husband Daryl, who has dementia, talking to support worker Cliff Cropley.  Picture: Ian Hargreaves  (171236-1)

Dementia roadshow visits Portsmouth

PEOPLE with dementia or family members of people with the illness were able to learn more about it as part of a roadshow.

Megan Linford

Oxjam festival in Portsmouth set to be a big hit

ONE of the biggest grassroots musical festivals in the UK returns to the city’s shores tomorrow.


Pompey to meet Blackburn in different circumstances

Pompey face Blackburn Rovers for the first time in eight seasons – and it’s in much different surroundings than previously.

Kuti's of Wickham, Wickham Star Corner, Fareham Road, Wickham.

DISH DETECTIVE: If you are inclined to order your weight in food... ask for separate bowls

Britain’s favourite dish is undoubtedly curry and having a good curry house up your sleeve is a basic modern need.

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Man injured after barbecue sets off ‘rocket-style’ firework in a Southsea bin

Man injured after barbecue sets off ‘rocket-style’ firework in a Southsea bin

A MAN has received hospital treatment after he was injured by a firework that exploded in a bin.

AA Badenhorst Secateurs Chenin Blanc 2016, Swartland

ALISTAIR GIBSON: South Africa is producing some of the most exciting wine on the planet right now

Every now and again I am fortunate enough to go to a wine tasting that reminds me just why the world of wine is so exciting.

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You can choose to decorate your muffins halloween-style, or leave them as they are

LAWRENCE MURPHY: A recipe that’s far from scary to follow


Makes 20

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BLAISE TAPP: Can oversharing on social media be a force for good?

There can be little debate over whether or not today’s society is more open than any that have come before.

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