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Facebook plea launched after rubbish dumped just yards from waste recycling centre

RUBBISH was dumped by the side of a road just yards away from a waste recycling centre.

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My Dog Sighs raised �12,000 auctioning a painting at the Serious Fun Charity gala at the Roundhouse, in London

Portsmouth street artist My Dog Sighs’ painting fetches £12,000 at charity auction

ARTWORK painted by a much-loved city artist fetched thousands of pounds at a charity auction.

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The Highfield Campus at the University of Southampton, which is home to the George Thomas Building. Picture: Geograph

REGIONAL: University advertises chauffeur job days after announcing 75 redundancies

A UNIVERSITY is on the hunt for a chauffeur for its senior staff – days after announcing dozens of job cuts.

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INTERNATIONAL: Cult leader Charles Manson dies aged 83

A NOTORIOUS cult leader who told his followers to carry out a series of brutal murders has died.

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The accident is causing short delays both ways at Southampton Road

TRAVEL AND WEATHER: Delays on A27 after collision and breakdown

AN ACCIDENT on the A27 is causing delays.

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Kelly Woods, who performs under the name Saving Koko

WATCH: City solo act Saving Koko releases her debut single

A CITY songstress is embarking on a quest to spread positivity with her debut single.

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Island homes plan is ‘cookie cutter project’

PLANS to develop a vast area of farmland were met by firm opposition at a consultation forum.

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WATCH: Driving instructors unite to raise hundreds for Children in Need

CITY driving instructors joined a national convoy of cars to raise tens of thousands of pounds for charity.

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Jack Martin is calling for the return of this much-loved Tom Parker milk float after it was stolen during the night

Original Tom Parker Dairies milk float is stolen

A BELOVED milk float passed down by generations of dairy farmers has been stolen.

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A computer-generated image of what  the Type 31 general purpose frigate could look like

Naval club figures and the Lord Mayor back city frigates bid

NAVAL club bosses and the Lord Mayor have backed a bid to bring all of the Royal Navy’s future frigates to the city.

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Cllr Steve Wemyss, Paul Huntley, Alistair Thompson, Father John Maunder and Sammy Barcroft Picture: Vernon Nash

‘This is a call to arms for the city’

COMMUNITY figures are asking for support for a city project tackling homelessness.

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WATCH: Joy as new KFC store officially opens

CHICKEN lovers united to celebrate the launch of a fast-food giant’s latest store.

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The Duke of Kent unveils a plaque to mark Apollo's 40-year history 

Picture : Habibur Rahman

Duke of Kent unveils plaque as Havant manufacturer turns 40

THE DUKE of Kent unveiled a commemorative plaque as one of the region’s largest employers marked four decades of work.

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Shell in Whichers Gate Road. Credit: Google Street View

Rowlands Castle Shell garage denied licence to sell alcohol for a second time

A PETROL station has been refused a licence to sell alcohol for a second time.

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WATCH: Woman from Catherington walks from London to Jerusalem to promote peace

AN ACTIVIST walked from London to Jerusalem to promote peace.

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Instructors from left, Nick Pink, Jane Holt, Peter Russell, Toby Scott, Jamie Gerathy, Jenny Bonner, James Early and Adrian Wilkinson show off their spotted cars at Portsdown Hill ahead of tomorrow's relay. Picture: Jane Holt

City driving instructors to raise charity cash with learner relay

A TEAM of city driving instructors and their pupils are getting into gear for a charity relay.

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The Heron pub. Picture: Paul Jacobs

Pub revamp to create new jobs in Havant

A PUB revamp will pave the way for new jobs.

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A bomb disposal team works to remove the device. Picture: Royal Navy

PICTURED: The six-metre Canadian pipe bomb that brought Stubbington to a halt

DIVERS from the Royal Navy detonated a six-metre bomb discovered at an airfield.

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Poppy the cat, which was killed in April

Notorious cat killer could soon target vulnerable people, police say

A CRIMINAL suspected of mutilating and decapitating hundreds of animals - including three in Southsea - could escalate their crimes to attacking vulnerable women and children.

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WATCH: John Lewis unveils Christmas TV advert for 2017

A SUPERMARKET giant has released its much-awaited Christmas television advertisement.

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