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Takeaway owner ‘gutted’ after thieves steal cancer charity money

TWO men snatched a charity bowl containing £150, raised to help cancer patients, from an Indian takeaway.

Crime
Parking problems at Gladstone  Street EMN-170708-170607009

LETTER OF THE DAY: Parking permits - daylight robbery?

We cannot believe what we are reading about permit parking – the prices are nothing short of daylight robbery

News
Be careful when shopping online on Black Friday and Cyber Monday

Black Friday, Cyber Monday: Tips to protect yourself from fraud when shopping online

In the rush to snaffle up Black Friday and Cyber Monday bargains, shoppers often fail to take the necessary precautions to protect themselves when buying online.

Business
Black Friday, Cyber Monday: Tips to protect yourself from fraud when shopping online

Black Friday, Cyber Monday: Tips to protect yourself from fraud when shopping online

In the rush to snaffle up those Black Friday and Cyber Monday bargains, shoppers often fail to take the necessary precautions to protect themselves when buying online.

Business

WATCH: How did Black Friday begin?

Black Friday has dawned - and Britain is chasing a bargain.

Business

NATIONAL: UK expected to spend £8bn over Black Friday weekend

SHOPPERS are predicted to spend almost £8bn on Black Friday deals over the next four days.

Business
Newlyweds Mark and Victoria are excited to build a future at Berewood

City’s first build-to-rent scheme is officially launched

PORTSMOUTH’S first ever build to rent scheme has been set up in Waterlooville.

Business

Law team backs sailors on their bid to win gold

TWO Olympic sailing contenders have received sponsorship from a local law firm.

Business
From left: Rachel Parsons (CBIT), Francesca Barry (CBIT), Rhiannon Daniel (Trethowans) and Lisa Turan (CBIT)

Alice in Wonderland charity event raises over £4,000

A LAW firm has managed to raise more than £4,000 for a children’s charity with a special event.

Business

Gunwharf Quays to extend opening hours for Black Friday sales

GUNWHARF Quays will be opening later this weekend to help customers make the most of the Black Friday sales.

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New pub to replace restaurant site in Fareham

A PUB firm has been confirmed to take over a popular former Thai restaurant.

Business
Amazon has been accused of 'ruining Christmas' because of its lack of packaging

NATIONAL: Amazon accused of ‘ruining Christmas’ over lack of packaging

Amazon is facing a backlash over its lack of packaging on a number of deliveries in the build up to Christmas.

Business 1
Havant MP Alan Mak with FatFace chief executive Anthony Thompson and infrastructure director Simon Ratcliffe

ALAN MAK: My delight at FatFace’s £5m investment in Havant

The MP for Havant was there to officially open the cool clothing brand’s new distribution centre.

Politics 1

Safe Christmas party guide

SOUTH coast law firm Trethowans has released a guide on how to have a safe but fun Christmas party.

Business
A HIOWAA team-building event

Charity invites employees to new training programme

HAMPSHIRE and Isle of Wight Air Ambulance (HIOWAA) is asking businesses to put employees forward to embark on its new team building exercises.

Business
Darren Ridge, Oliver Murphy and Aaron Brown

Onecom declares itself as ‘in’ for Dragons’ Den idea

A SUCCESSFUL Dragons’ Den contestant has been backed by Hampshire-based telecoms entrepreneurs.

Business
Coffin Mews chairman Nick Gross, retiring after 34 years

Chairman to retire from law firm after 34 years

THE chairman of a law firm has retired after 34 years’ service.

Business

Pension regulators are enforcing spot checks

THE PENSIONS Regulator (TPR) is carrying out checks throughout the south to ensure businesses are complying with pension duties.

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

Leader says the business rate system is still ‘fundamentally flawed’

BUSINESSES have welcomed a promised drop in interest rates – but say more needs to be done and the system should be overhauled.

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