Charity shop calls for more donations

STAFF and volunteers at a Havant charity shop are urging animal lovers to have a pre-Christmas clear-out to help sick and injured pets.

Simple elegance at Cafe in the Park, the former Arts Lodge in Victoria Park, Portsmouth

DISH DETECTIVE: After the turmoil, tranquility is restored to Victoria Park’s lodge

It’s a controversial subject and one that has provoked riots in the city in the past, but the Dish Detective wants to talk about the cafe in Victoria Park.
Cheryl Jackson with her daughter Jodie Tate in 2015 before Cheryl ran the Parallel London marathon

Mum to run marathon as thank you for buggy

A MUM will be running the London marathon to raise money for a children’s charity.

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Delays ease off after building up on A27

CONGESTION on the A27 and M27 this morning has eased off.


Film should help repair rift between bike and car

Watching film of road accidents does not make easy viewing, as those of you who have seen cyclist Ian Bates’s footage will surely agree.


Tickets still on sale for Falklands talk

TICKETS are still available for a charity evening where a Falklands War veteran will speak about his wartime experiences.

PCSOs and police officers around Priory School this afternoon

Police speak to school after fight in Southsea play park

POLICE have spoken to a school after two teenagers had a fight in a children’s play park.

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Chancellor Philip Hammond holding his red ministerial box outside 11 Downing Street, London, before heading to the House of Commons to deliver his Budget

City Labour MP slams budget for ‘failing Portsmouth’

PORTSMOUTH South MP Stephen Morgan has criticised today’s budget as being out of touch saying the government has ‘no idea of the reality of people’s lives and no plan to improve them’.

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LETTER OF THE DAY: Housing - more needs to be done

LETTER OF THE DAY: Housing - more needs to be done

This week the chancellor will say that there isn’t much money for more housing, social care and the NHS.

Residents could have to pay more for their parking permits.

City residents’ anger at proposed price hikes for parking permits

DRIVERS in Portsmouth have reacted angrily to plans that could see parking permit costs rocket.

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Next meeting of Portsmouth Breathe Easy group

INFECTION prevention will be the topic at the next Portsmouth Breathe Easy meeting.


Calls for donations to help repair South Downs National Park trail

CALLS are being made for people to donate to help repair a trail in the South Downs National Park.


Time to give your views on Portsmouth’s roads

PEOPLE will have the chance to give their views on the condition of roads in the city.


Gosport pub organises ride to deliver gifts to A&E

MOTORBIKES, trikes and scooters will be part of a toy run, donating gifts to Queen Alexandra Hospital this Christmas.


WATCH: HMS Queen Elizabeth arrives back in Portsmouth

HMS Queen Elizabeth has arrived back in Portsmouth this afternoon after undergoing a second period of sea trials.

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Local authorities have been stepping up the bid to prevent the illegal dumping of waste

LETTER OF THE DAY: The fly-tipping blight

I would like to thank The News for highlighting the challenge of dealing with fly-tipping across Hampshire.

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A man has appeared in court for burglary.

Picture: Cesar Moreno Huerta

Man, 42, in court for Southsea burglary

A MAN has appeared in court charged with burglary of a Southsea property.


Care service in Fareham and Gosport launches campaign

A CARE service has joined community groups and a supermarket to offer gifts to elderly people on their own this Christmas.

Best for Britain are holding an event in Portsmouth

Anti-Brexit group to hold event in Portsmouth tomorrow

PRO-EU campaigners Best for Britain are holding the latest leg of their nationwide tour in Portsmouth tomorrow.

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Pupils stun crowds at capital fundraiser

PUPILS from a Portsmouth school took part in a two-day music marathon for charity.

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