NHS organisations give advice on where to get treatment this winter

PEOPLE are being reminded of the right health services to use as winter pressures start.

Fareham Borough Council leader Sean Woodward, mayor and mayoress Cllr Geoff  and Tina Fazackarley, with other councillors at the topping out Picture: Malcolm Wells (171120-8909)

Ceremony held to mark latest phase of Fareham Innovation Centre extension

A CEREMONY was held to celebrate the next stage of a £7m extension at a business park.

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QA nurse welcomes recommendation for breast cancer drug

WOMEN with advanced breast cancer could have access to treatment to help prolong their life.

Fareham MP Suella Fernandes with members of Solent Waspi at her Senior Citizens Fair, in Fareham.

Solent Waspi campaigners attend Fareham fair

CAMPAIGNERS wanting to raise awareness on changes to state pensions attended a fair.


Professor visits Fareham and Gosport CCG to hear about health projects

HEALTH services were given advice by a former advisor to the prime minister and president of the United States.

Sarah Allen (37) who lives in Landport, Portsmouth, Hampshire is supported by her Fiance and carer Adam Ghent (39)  
Picture:  Malcolm Wells (171027-7366)

‘I’ve been waiting years for a wheelchair that will give me my freedom’

A WOMAN has been left waiting two years for a wheelchair that would give her some independence back.

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Calls for frontline NHS staff to use training to help smokers quit

FREE online training for NHS frontline staff is the latest weapon being used to help decrease the number of smokers.


Smiles all round as families try pop-up ice skating rink in Portsmouth

FAMILIES, couples, teenagers and friends went along to try out a new pop-up ice skating rink.

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Copperfields Hair Studio, on Hayling Avenue in Baffins. Picture: Google Street View PPP-171118-153719001

Hair salon in Baffins damaged by thieves

THIEVES stole a till and damaged the front door of a hair salon in Baffins.

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

Mutiny Festival brings £2.7m into Portsmouth economy

A MUSIC festival brought more than £2.5m into the city’s economy following its biggest event to date.


Portsmouth MP aims to tackle loneliness with campaign

CITY MP Penny Mordaunt is looking to tackle loneliness this Christmas and is calling on support from businesses and organisations in the city.


Giant lion puppet to greet guests at Portsmouth Christmas festival

VISITORS to a Christmas festival will be able to meet and take pictures with giant puppet Claude the Lion.


Dance night raises cash for Titchfield cancer centre

FUNDRAISERS got on their dancing shoes to raise money for a centre for women with breast cancer.

Police are investigating

Men wearing balaclavas steal £2,000 from Paulsgrove home

TWO men wearing balaclavas stole £2,000 from a house in Paulsgrove.

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Last year's Victorian Festival of Christmas

Victorian Christmas festival returns to dockyard in fortnight

IT DRAWS thousands of families with its fake snow, 150 gift stalls and a traditional Father Christmas.

Police are investigating

REGIONAL: Girl grabbed by man while walking in Petersfield

A TEENAGE girl was grabbed on the arm in Petersfield by a man in a car.

Roy Dore with grandaughter Mollie Doris 
Picture: Ian Hargreaves (171554-1)

Praise for care given by QA Hospital nurses

NURSES at Queen Alexandra Hospital caring for patients with cancer and their families have been praised.

(L-r) Margaret Hancock, Caroline Gall, Wally Somerset, Alec Gall (President), Len Chubb (Secretary), Richard Smalley (Club Captain), Bob Bloomfield (Life Vice- President.) and Kath Brinck  Picture: Simon Charters

Portsmouth bowls clubs donates cash to hospital ward

A BOWLS club has raised £700 to help fund an outdoor play area.


Documentary shows story of Havant teen Lewis and organisation of prom

HE HAS already shared his story with millions of people on social media – and now Lewis Hines is reaching a TV audience.

The two protest groups face eachother in the grounds of St Mary's Hospital. Picture: Vernon Nash

Council decision for buffer zone outside Portsmouth abortion clinic welcomed

A SERVICE running an abortion clinic in Portsmouth has welcomed a council decision to ‘fully explore’ buffer zones for protesters.

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