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‘We surfaced to find there was no boat’

People
Some councillors failed to pay their council tax bill on time

Revealed: the councillors who failed to pay council tax

Politics
From left, Dave Daniels and Irwin, Mat Killeen, Dave Taylor, David Alexander, Matthew Cooper and Mattie and Andrew Hurdle 
Picture: Ian Hargreaves (170219-1)

Blind bowlers left upset after fees go up in holidays

Business
The west gate of HMS Sultan in Gosport

Westminster debate sees support for Gosport naval base threatened with closure

Gosport

Colleagues club round MS sufferer Gosport fraud victim

Crime

Coroner warns of ‘significant risks’ linked to drug

Health

Firm’s software is tackling road safety dangers

Business

E-fit released following assault on 76-year-old dog walker in Portsmouth

Crime
Dullstroom, in Mpualanga province. Credit: Google Street View

Southsea woman brutally murdered in South Africa

Crime

Quit whining - and if you can’t cope, buy some hair dye

Artists Angela Morgan, 32, left, and Sasha Damjanovic, 21 

Picture: Sarah Standing (170266-7427)

Artists band together for vandalised studio

Crime

Colleagues club round MS sufferer Gosport fraud victim

Crime

Drivers still on the roads with 12 points

Crime

VIDEO: Thieves raid stock for charity stores across south Hampshire

Crime 7

Windows are smashed during under-18 disco night

Crime
The efit of the suspect who punched a pensioner

E-fit released following assault on 76-year-old dog walker in Portsmouth

Crime 5
Lady Colin Campbell arrives at Brighton and Hove Magistrates' Court. Credit: Gareth Fuller/PA Wire.

Reality TV star Lady Campbell found guilty of causing A27 pile-up

Crime 4

Crookhorn shooting: police arrest man for ‘conspiring to murder’

Crime 1

Expert explains how motorists can legally drive on the road with 12 or more penalty points

Portsmouth 3

Southsea woman brutally murdered in South Africa

Crime 5

Portsmouth sailor cleared of raping sleeping woman

Crime
The west gate of HMS Sultan in Gosport

Westminster debate sees support for Gosport naval base threatened with closure

Gosport 1
Some councillors failed to pay their council tax bill on time

Revealed: the councillors who failed to pay council tax

Politics 6
Fareham Innovation Centre

Multi-million expansion of Fareham business hub to create 300 new jobs

Fareham 8

Man arrested in West Sussex over MP message allegations

Crime

Portsmouth City Council staff sickness rate up for debate

Business 9

Portsmouth garage near Pompey ground seeks to sell booze 24 hours a day

Business 3

Portsmouth Citizens Advice branch faces axe as funding dries up

Business 9
Tim Williamson of Blake Morgan, in Portsmouth

Expert explains how motorists can legally drive on the road with 12 or more penalty points

Portsmouth 3
Credit: Samuel Poole/Twitter

UPDATE: Traffic clearing on M27 after lorry drops filing cabinet on road

Travel 1
Thousands of people are still legally driving despite having more than 12 penalty points on their licence  Photo: PA

900 motorists across south still driving despite having 12 or more penalty points

Crime 4

Hovertravel services suspended

Travel

Trains cancelled on Portsmouth-Waterloo line

Travel
A file photo of a Southern service

Hampshire rail passengers urged to plan journeys as Storm Doris hits

Travel 2

LISTED: Five hilarious animal rescues from Hampshire’s roads

Portsmouth 2

Southern Rail services disrupted by RMT industrial action

Travel 1

PICTURES: Two lanes closed on M27 after swan causes traffic chaos

Travel 3

THIS WEEK IN 1985: A27 route decision to be taken in spring

News

Coroner warns of ‘significant risks’ linked to drug

Health
From left, Liessa Mallinson, deputy contract at Manager Victim Support, Yvonne Carter, deputy service manager for SDAS, Claire Lambon, CEO of SDAS and Ian Stiff, contract account manager at Victim Support.

CAPTION: From left, Liessa Mallinson, Yvonne Carter, Claire Lambon and Ian Stiff.

Local charities join forces to fight domestic abuse

Fareham
Credit: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

Portsmouth lecturer dismisses study showing 10 fruit and veg a day is key to longer life

Health 2

Figures show staff absences in NHS organisations

Health

Fundraising for a very special young lady

Days Out

‘NHS funding is not keeping up pace...’

Health

B&Q issues safety warning over light fittings

Business

Reminder to use Portsmouth walk-in clinic this half-term

Health
Portsmouth College students rose to an impressive challenge by teaming up with the LightHouse charity. Students raised �700 in a 'Back To Basics' day, which was held at the college.

CAPTION: Portsmouth College students rose to the challenge brilliantly, raising �700 for charity.

College students rise to a charity’s big challenge

Portsmouth
From left, Ella Rose, five, Emily Rose, five, and Louise Rose, 13. The Sir William Dupree & Phyllis Loe Chess Tournament, taking place at Portsmouth High School in April, is aimed at young people of all ages.

CAPTION: From left, Ella and Emily Rose, five, and Louise Rose, 13.

Battle of intellect for the 2017 chess title

Portsmouth
Growing up, the football pitch was the place to be (Pexels: labeled for reuse)

PAUL NEWELL: I was a speedy and versatile football – you had to be to play in four positions...

Heritage 1

Playgroup says thanks after donation from businessman

Business
Hilary Robinson with Martin Impey and her new novel Flo of the Somme

Budding young writers to tell story of animal heroes

Portsmouth
City Council staff were baffled by a mysterious trail of pink hand prints which appeared across Guildhall Square (5940-1)

THIS WEEK IN 1985: Mystery pink prints cross Guildhall Square

Heritage

Thousands informed about child sex abuse

Portsmouth

Stubbington pupils to spend a night at Tim Peake exhibition

Fareham

Celebrate World Book Day by visiting a Hampshire library

Business

Duke of Edinburgh scheme set to return

Portsmouth
Alan Mak MP pays tribute to British servicemen killed at the Battle of Mount Tumbledown in the Falklands

CAPTION: Alan Mak MP pays tribute to those who were killed during the Falklands War.

Paying respects to those who fell in the Falklands

Havant
The west gate of HMS Sultan in Gosport

Westminster debate sees support for Gosport naval base threatened with closure

Gosport 1

MPs criticised for lack of shipbuilding support

Defence
Plymouth Crown Court. Credit: Google Maps Street View

Portsmouth sailor cleared of raping sleeping woman

Crime

End of an era as Gold Rover sails into Portsmouth for the last time

Portsmouth

Building navy ‘war-winners’ could renew Portsmouth’s dockyard

Portsmouth 7

Princess Anne and relatives praise Portsmouth for SS Mendi commemorations

Portsmouth
Cheryl Gibbs' niece Hollie, right, who has alopecia, and Amy Norton, 10, who cut her hair off for a wig-making charity

CHERYL GIBBS: I’m in awe of the courage of these two little heroes

Opinion

NEWS COMMENT: We might not all like it but council tax is valuable

Opinion
Canon Bob White, centre, dressing up for St Mary's parish pantomime. The panto takes place during February half-term every year.

CAPTION: Canon Bob White, centre, dressed up for the parish pantomime

It’s time for panto - oh yes it is!

Portsmouth
Alan Mak MP pays tribute to British servicemen killed at the Battle of Mount Tumbledown in the Falklands

CAPTION: Alan Mak MP pays tribute to those who were killed during the Falklands War.

Paying respects to those who fell in the Falklands

Havant
Rev Amy Webb, from All Saints' Church in Botley.

CAPTION: Rev Amy Webb believes Easter is the most important date in the year for Christians.

The most important time of the year

Fareham
A snapshot of what life is like at a church pre-school group. Many churches tend to run activities for pre-school children, to integrate them into church life from a young age.

CAPTION: Churches often run activities for pre-school children.

Let’s get children into our churches

Havant
Worshippers from Elson and Bridgemary enjoying last year's Shrove Tuesday together. Easter is considered by many to be the most important date in the Christian calendar.

CAPTION: Worshippers from Elson and Bridgemary enjoying last year's Shrove Tuesday together.

Remember why we have Shrove Tuesday

Gosport

NEWS COMMENT: Cuts to CAB finding might come back to haunt council

Opinion 1

RICK JACKSON: Let’s cherish the hovercraft as a Great British tradition

Opinion

Let’s all do our part to eat a bit better

Fareham 1

Fundraising for a very special young lady

Days Out

Dog saddles up for motorbike rides

People

WATCH: Seagull causes a flap in Poundland

People

Man racially abused after brain injury leaves him with Polish accent

People 1

WATCH: Rare giraffe’s public bow

People

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

‘We surfaced to find there was no boat’

People
From left, Liessa Mallinson, deputy contract at Manager Victim Support, Yvonne Carter, deputy service manager for SDAS, Claire Lambon, CEO of SDAS and Ian Stiff, contract account manager at Victim Support.

CAPTION: From left, Liessa Mallinson, Yvonne Carter, Claire Lambon and Ian Stiff.

Local charities join forces to fight domestic abuse

Fareham
Canon Bob White, centre, dressing up for St Mary's parish pantomime. The panto takes place during February half-term every year.

CAPTION: Canon Bob White, centre, dressed up for the parish pantomime

It’s time for panto - oh yes it is!

Portsmouth
Alan Mak MP pays tribute to British servicemen killed at the Battle of Mount Tumbledown in the Falklands

CAPTION: Alan Mak MP pays tribute to those who were killed during the Falklands War.

Paying respects to those who fell in the Falklands

Havant
Portsmouth College students rose to an impressive challenge by teaming up with the LightHouse charity. Students raised �700 in a 'Back To Basics' day, which was held at the college.

CAPTION: Portsmouth College students rose to the challenge brilliantly, raising �700 for charity.

College students rise to a charity’s big challenge

Portsmouth
A snapshot of what life is like at a church pre-school group. Many churches tend to run activities for pre-school children, to integrate them into church life from a young age.

CAPTION: Churches often run activities for pre-school children.

Let’s get children into our churches

Havant
Artists Angela Morgan, 32, left, and Sasha Damjanovic, 21 

Picture: Sarah Standing (170266-7427)

Artists band together for vandalised studio

Crime

Blind bowlers left upset after fees go up in holidays

Business

Felines can have a ‘purr-fect’ break at boutique cat hotel

People

Fareham granddad builds wooden 2ft Harley Davidson in four months

Fareham 5

Family launch walk in memory of mum

Gosport
Pete Tong playing at Mutiny in the Park, Victoria Park in Portsmouth, 2014. Picture by Melanie Leininger

It’s all going Pete Tong for music nights at famed Goodwood show

Whats on
Sue Perkins

Sue Perkins leaves The Great British Bake Off and prepares to make a spectacle of herself

Theatre 1
Robbie Williams with Danielle Howting, her partner Mike Bingham and their daughter Grace Picture: Andrew Whitton

WATCH: Robbie Williams gives Gosport superfan a Priceless Surprise

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