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Daughter pays tribute to ‘loving father’ lorry driver who died in A27 crash

Waterlooville
Natalie Wallis, who has not eaten a meal for eight years due to a stomach condition

Natalie, from Waterlooville, has not eaten for eight years

Health
Kens Kebab House in Guildhall Walk could have its licence taken away following police concerns over violence PPP-170113-164701001

D-Day for Portsmouth Kens Kebab House

Business
Steve Hale with partner Alison Clark and their son Austin Hale, six months

Hilsea dad to abseil Spinnaker to thank medics for saving son

Health

New police team seizes up to £10,000 of hard drugs in Portsmouth

Crime

Sailor on Portsmouth warship denies racial abuse

Portsmouth

Jet skiers fined after obstructing launch of Wightlink Ferry in Portsmouth Harbour

Portsmouth

In the Courts – latest update

Crime

Jet skiers fined after obstructing launch of Wightlink Ferry in Portsmouth Harbour

Portsmouth 1

In the Courts – latest update

Crime
Portsmouth crime writer Pauline Rowson will be appearing at Portsmouth BookFest with fellow crime writer Graham Hurley

Top crime writers will be quizzed at book festival

Portsmouth
Police have seized drugs and money in the first few days of a new team starting work in Portsmouth

New police team seizes up to £10,000 of hard drugs in Portsmouth

Crime

Portsmouth man charged with kidnap and sex assault

Crime
Kens Kebab House in Guildhall Walk could have its licence taken away following police concerns over violence PPP-170113-164701001

D-Day for Portsmouth Kens Kebab House

Business

Police target motorbike nuisance on Havant estate

Havant

Police ask residents for their priorities

Crime

Use Gmail? Here’s what you need to know to foil sophisticated hackers using new techniques

Business

Stand-ins caught taking test for learners

Crime

Portsmouth sailor appears in court over racial abuse claims

Defence

Jet skiers fined after obstructing launch of Wightlink Ferry in Portsmouth Harbour

Portsmouth 1
The former HMS Daedalus airfield and left, Lee-on-the-Solent Picture: Jason Hawkes

Fears that IFA2 could damage tourism at Lee-on-the-Solent

Fareham 1
Cllr Sean Woodward, Teresa Stabb, Sylvia Leppard and the mayor of Fareham, Cllr Connie Hockley, at a previous fundraising tea party.

A tasty afternoon tea for all in the mayor’s parlour

Fareham
Eleanor Scott

Former Portsmouth Lib Dem publishes blog over infamous Mike Hancock scandal

Politics

‘Heed report’s advice to build more warships’, says Portsmouth MP

Portsmouth

Future of a pub to be decided by Gosport Borough Council

Gosport

Progress ‘being made’ to improve help for Hampshire veterans

Defence

Campaigners issue call to arms with £500m interconnector in Lee-on-the-Solent set for approval

Fareham 5

Police target motorbike nuisance on Havant estate

Havant
The M27 is to get a fourth lane

Safety concerns over M27 ‘smart motorway’ hard shoulder closure

Portsmouth

How do smart motorways work?

Travel

Southern Rail workers suspend industrial action ahead of fresh talks

Travel

Southern passenger confronts train driver in his cab

Travel

UPDATE: Lorry driver, 60, from Waterlooville, died in A27 crash

News 1

UPDATE: A27 reopened after fatal lorry crash

News
Natalie Wallis, who has not eaten a meal for eight years due to a stomach condition

Natalie, from Waterlooville, has not eaten for eight years

Health
Steve Hale with partner Alison Clark and their son Austin Hale, six months

Hilsea dad to abseil Spinnaker to thank medics for saving son

Health

Shopping event at Gunwharf store for hospital charity

Business

QA Hospital’s vascular unit gets prestigious accreditation

Health

Air ambulance and hospital to fund training for specialist doctors

Health

Get out and get active to improve your mood

News

Mums sick of kids’ illnesses - 18 times a year

News 7

Could acupuncture stop your baby crying?

Health
Mike Milburn with children from Springwood Infants School, at Waterlooville

MIKE MILBURN: We donated fluorescent vests to keep youngsters safe in the winter

Portsmouth

Children sing science-themed songs for Lord Mayor of Portsmouth

Education
Volunteers from Rotary Club of Gosport taking part in the Santa sleigh tour

Grants for primary school projects are up for grabs

Gosport
Chris Phillips opens the Literacy Lab at The Petersfield School  which he paid for

Donation enables school to open literacy centre

Havant
Laurence Willows

Portsmouth students are picked to represent Britain at ‘University Olympics’

People
Alice Laurie, from Waitrose, hands a cheque to Kay Ackerman, from Fratton Community Centre

Community centre given much-needed cash boost

Portsmouth

Funding grants for youth groups back after break

Gosport

‘Teachers have big role to play in improving child’s mental health’

Education

Portsmouth schools showcase entices teaching hopefuls

Education

Sign your school up to The News’ Lets Read challenge

Fareham

Jet skiers fined after obstructing launch of Wightlink Ferry in Portsmouth Harbour

Portsmouth 1

Questions are raised over Royal Navy’s new general purpose frigate

Defence
Flick Drummond

‘Heed report’s advice to build more warships’, says Portsmouth MP

Portsmouth
Veterans gather in Emsworth for the St George's Day parade last year

Progress ‘being made’ to improve help for Hampshire veterans

Defence

Sailors pound naval base tarmac

Fareham

Portsmouth sailor appears in court over racial abuse claims

Defence

Warrant officer denies three sexual assaults

Defence

Naval commander takes his final ride – on a camel

Defence

We must get the best deal for Britain and its people

Opinion
Mike Milburn with children from Springwood Infants School, at Waterlooville

MIKE MILBURN: We donated fluorescent vests to keep youngsters safe in the winter

Portsmouth
Has circus had its day?

ZELLA COMPTON: Going to the circus is not the spectacle it once was

Opinion
Blaise is trying to keep on the straight and narrow

I'm going off my trolley with insane dieting advice

Opinion
The Battle of Minden

CLIVE SMITH: Moaners just don’t bother to read articles properly

Opinion 3
PIDFAS members are visiting Brighton Pavilion soon

DIANA SWANN: Lectures provide fascinating insights

Portsmouth

TAMMY KENT: Mum and son keep fit with boxing

Gosport

The decision on IFA2 will be watched very closely

Opinion

STEVE CANAVAN: American spy cat wasn’t a ‘meow-vellous’ idea...

Opinion

STEVE POWER: Snakes and spiders? My school was so rough we had them as class pets

Opinion

WATCH: Kammy relives THAT priceless live broadcast from Fratton Park

Pompey 2

WATCH: Is this the greatest pool trick shot of all time?

People

WATCH: Cheeky fox steals bird food

People

Webcam viewers wait for eagle chick to hatch

People 1

WATCH: Cheeky kitten plays peek-a-boo

People

Watch: Goal kick strikes flying seagull

People

Pig walks on front trotters after being born with no back legs

People

Halloween treats for safari park animals

People
Natalie Wallis, who has not eaten a meal for eight years due to a stomach condition

Natalie, from Waterlooville, has not eaten for eight years

Health
Portsmouth crime writer Pauline Rowson will be appearing at Portsmouth BookFest with fellow crime writer Graham Hurley

Top crime writers will be quizzed at book festival

Portsmouth
Mike Milburn with children from Springwood Infants School, at Waterlooville

MIKE MILBURN: We donated fluorescent vests to keep youngsters safe in the winter

Portsmouth
Cllr Sean Woodward, Teresa Stabb, Sylvia Leppard and the mayor of Fareham, Cllr Connie Hockley, at a previous fundraising tea party.

A tasty afternoon tea for all in the mayor’s parlour

Fareham
The Royal Yacht Britannia sailing into Portsmouth for the last time before being decommissioned on November 22, 1997

Glory days in Portsmouth of newly-wed princess and royal yacht

Portsmouth
PIDFAS members are visiting Brighton Pavilion soon

DIANA SWANN: Lectures provide fascinating insights

Portsmouth
Volunteers from Rotary Club of Gosport taking part in the Santa sleigh tour

Grants for primary school projects are up for grabs

Gosport

Record sum is raised

News

Portsmouth students are picked to represent Britain at ‘University Olympics’

People

Southsea musician’s song a small step away from Eurovision glory

News 3

‘Archie has been fighting all his life’

People 1
The Osmonds come to Portsmouth. From left: Merrill, Jimmy and Jay Osmond.

Crazy horses couldn’t keep the Osmonds away this Christmas

Gigs and Music
Shane Richie and Jessie Wallace as Robin Hood and Maid Marion star in the Mayflower's panto, Robin Hood.
 Photo by Robin Jones/Digital South.

Kat and Alfie go on the rob in pantoland

Theatre