College students take the top four spots in contest

FOUR budding mechanics showed off their skills to take awards at a regional automotive contest.

Students from Haselworth Primary School, in Gosport, got a visit from Google

Gosport pupils learn internet safety tips from Google

A PRIMARY school got a talk on internet safety from search engine Google.

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Gosport design student has project shown at London exhibition

A UNIVERSITY student from Gosport has seen her final-year project go on display at an exhibition.

Pupils and teachers at Portsmouth Academy for Girls ready to release the balloons

Picture: Habibur Rahman (160912-33 )

Portsmouth pupils celebrate end of GCSEs with balloon release

STUDENTS celebrated the end of their GCSEs by releasing balloons.

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Brain tumour patient Richard Preston with his wife Wendy

It’s double delight as student wins top honour

University of Portsmouth hospitality staff and students have been celebrating a double success.

Brain tumour patient Richard Preston with his wife Wendy

University makes key breakthrough for brain tumour treatment

A potentially ground-breaking scientific breakthrough with far-reaching consequences for future treatments of brain tumours has been revealed by a team from the University of Portsmouth.

Stephanie Ross took this picture of the sunburn on her three-year-old daughter Amber's back

Mum’s anger after three-year-old daughter is sunburnt at pre-school

A MUM has taken her three-year-old daughter out of a pre-school after she came home with severe sunburn.

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Students celebrate their graduation at the International Boat Building Training College at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. From left, Pete Kelly, Julian Osborne, and Joseph Daley Picture: Ian Hargreaves (160856-1)

Portsmouth students set sail for a bright career in an historic art

BOATBUILDING may be a dying skill nationally but it’s having a renaissance in Portsmouth thanks to this team of talented craftsmen.

Pupils at St Paul's Catholic Primary School with their handmade crosses

City pupils show their support for plight of refugees

School pupils in Portsmouth are supporting refugees by welcoming a handmade cross made from the driftwood of refugee boats.

Staff from South Downs College on the picket line at the gates of the college in Waterlooville

Picture: Jeff Travis

Lecturers at Waterlooville college go on strike

ANGRY lecturers picketed at the gates of a college to protest against changes to their contracts.


Picture: Nick Scott Photography

Picture slideshow: Rock Challenge

Youngsters from schools around the area have been competing in Rock Challenge.

Ryan Shipston Business Manager with CEMAST along with Annelies James Business Manager with Fareham College

Picture by:  Malcolm Wells (160627-3353)

Young people find out about career options at apprenticeship fair

WHETHER it was a career in the army or hairdressing, there was something for everyone at an apprenticeship fair.

From left, Scott Newell and Ryan Bloxsom from Bay House School, Gosport 
Picture: Darin Higgs/Umbala Photography

Young Gosport chefs wow judges with their two-course meal

TWO teenagers wowed judges with their cooking skills to take first place in a competition.


College staff to go on strike

COLLEGE staff will go on strike tomorrow after a deal on pay and conditions was rejected.

Mandy Davis with her sons Harry, seven, and Marcus, 11

Picture: Sarah Standing (160899-4418)

Mum’s anger as school won’t let boy have day off for brother’s hospital visit

A MUM-of-two has called a school unfair for not authorising her son’s absence when she had to visit Great Ormond Street Hospital.

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Sam Over, left, and Charlie Davis Picture: Habibur Rahman (160913-13)

Students launch petition after claims of exam mix-up

ANGRY students have challenged their A-level exam – claiming that none of it covered topics they had studied.

Solent Junior School Picture: Nick Scott Photography

The show rocked with fantastic performances

The results are now in from the 2016 Rock Challenge Be Your Best J Rock Southern Final.

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System Engineers Daria Lulia Calangiu and Laila Ramio-Tomas next to a model replica of the Galileo Satellite and some of its components.

Picture: Habibur Rahman (160914-23 )

Youngsters get glimpse of University Technical College

HOPEFUL students planning on becoming the engineers of the future visited an open day for the city’s new college.


Pupils win praise for skills with numbers

A SECONDARY school has been praised for its mathematics skills.


School holds Sunday sale

AN INDOOR table-top sale is to take place at a school.

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