Protest in parliament to support Southern Railway guards

A PROTEST is to be held in support of Southern Railway guards in their long-running dispute over changes to their role.


ALISTAIR GIBSON: Some fine wines from warmer climes

Alistair Gibson is proprietor of Hermitage Cellars, Emsworth.


Fareham MP calls for railway line improvements as line closes for nine days to carry out works

AN MP has called for further improvements to rail services in the area ahead of major improvement works at a station.

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An artist's impression of what the McCarthy & Stone development at the former Hayling Billy site in Elm Grove on Hayling Island

Outrage at green light for Hayling retirement complex

CONTROVERSIAL plans to build a retirement complex on the site of a former pub on Hayling Island have been approved.

Picture credit: Ron Chapple

REVEALED: The top six nightclubs in Portsmouth according to Trip Advisor

Here are the top six nightclubs in Portsmouth- as selected as customers reviewing them on Trip Advisor.

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Mark Dickinson, general secretary at Nautilus International, deck officer cadet Declan Rogers, Phil Smith, senior lecturer at Warsash Maritime Academy and David McDine, cadet training officer at Carisbrooke Shipping Ltd

I have big plans for my shipping future

Columnist Declan Rogers is a deck officer cadet at Warsash Maritime Academy. Here he reflects on being awarded the Nautilus International 2016 Bevis Minter Award

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Portsmouth Ukip campaign underway to get free parking introduced in Cosham High Street

A COMMUNITY campaign has been launched to get free car parking in Cosham in time for the Christmas shopping season.

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An artist's impression of Welborne

Welborne delays prompt call to give landowners a deadline over application

THE continued delay of a 6,000-home new town is leading to developers to cherry-pick green fields for housing.

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Insurance company is bought out

A COMPANY that employs more than 90 people in Chichester is being bought out.

Phillip Donnellan, Rosemary Lee, mayor of Gosport Lynn Hook and Phillip's partner Oliver Reid

Salon opens and brings style to Gosport street

A NEW salon has opened with fizz and is hoping to bring a bit of style to a Gosport shopping street.

Mike Flores at the Costa in Emsworth that opened in April - a branch opens in Cowplain tomorrow

Walking football club backed by new Costa

PLAYERS from an over-50s walking football club are celebrating being sponsored by a new coffee shop.

Photo credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Southern Rail strike suspended after request from British Legion

A planned strike on Southern Railway close to Remembrance Day has been suspended following a request from the British Legion.

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Could you be the winner of last night’s £26 million Lotto prize?

Could you be the winner of last night’s £26 million Lotto prize?

It could be the luckiest day of your life - but best check your Lotto ticket first.

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Guests discovering Portsmouth at the event organised by the Hampshire Conference Bureau

Bid to showcase city as a premier venue for events

SCORES of leisure businesses displayed their wares in a bid to boost Portsmouth’s conference and event trade.

Costa is adding booze to its menu

Costa Coffee to add booze to its menu

Coffee lovers who fancy something more than a caffeine kick may be in luck - as a Costa Coffee branch is set to add booze to its menu.

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Photo credit: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Southern Rail passengers warn of ‘tragedy’ if more strikes go ahead

The government has been warned that a ‘tragedy’ will happen if it does not tackle the ‘appalling’ health and safety risks faced by Southern Rail passengers.

Firefighters at the scene of the suspected chemical spillage in Mill Street, Gosport

Wheel cleaner prompts evacuation of Gosport’s Royal Mail office with five fire appliances present

A MAJOR alert was sparked at a Royal Mail office over a suspected a chemical spill – but it turned out to be wheel cleaner.

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Martin Munns and his wife Diane at The Fareham pub

Fareham pub wins community award for second year on the trot

It’s made a difference to the lives of many across the community.

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Number of new beers on the market soaring according to new research

THE number of new beer brands reached a record high of more than 1,600 in the past year following a rise in the popularity of artisan products, a study shows.

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