PORTSMOUTH’S council leader has vowed that Southsea’s beaches will make the grade next year when stricter water quality measures come into force.
WATER quality has improved at one of Southsea’s beaches, according to a report released today.
ACTION is being taken by a council against a woman over her noisy cockerel, which they say is keeping a village awake.
THE bubble appears to have burst on an ‘oil boom’ in the Havant area – for now.
FREE home assessments are being carried out to help households save money on energy bills.
TREATED wastewater being pumped into Chichester Harbour is set to be cleaner than ever before.
MORE than 180 people have signed a petition against plans for football pitches in front of their new homes.
Southsea’s public tennis courts have been saved for future generations thanks to mystery benefactors.
OWNERS of dogs who foul the streets are among the targets of a council crackdown on environmental crime.
VOLUNTEERS were out in force making sure a beach was looking its best
THE job of installing a major new road at Daedalus enterprise zone has been taken on by Hampshire County Council.
THE winter flooding cost Hampshire County Council £68.5m, it has been revealed.
IT’S the development no-one on Hayling Island wanted.
Tiny quantities of anti-depressants are affecting the fertility of aquatic wildlife such as crustaceans and molluscs, a new study at the University of Portsmouth has shown.
Nearly 80 per cent of people think 20mph speed limits should be the norm around schools, in residential streets and in village, town and city centres, according to a survey.
People in the Portsmouth area have been warned to beware air pollution over the next few days - because of dust swept in from the Sahara Desert.
PLANS to build 241 homes on farmland next to the A3 have been met with opposition.
A BEACH clean is being supported by a high street name.
A BED mattress sits forlornly among the trees.
A BEACH clean is being supported by a major high street name.
YET more green fields are set to be lost in Clanfield as a developer bids to build up to 200 new homes.
OUR beaches are the final resting places for mountains of litter with more arriving on every wave and gust of wind.
MORE than 600 homes have been left without power in villages north of Fareham.
A GREEN initiative which got students to swap their clothes for a good cause has been hailed a success.
THIS pile of mess was dumped in woodland by fly-tippers.
AN ANNUAL beach clean will be returning for its 19th year.
THE leader of Portsmouth City Council has called for a meeting with the government’s energy secretary over concerns about the city’s increased energy demands.
CAMPAIGNERS have told of their joy after plans for a concrete recycling depot on Hayling were dropped.
ASBESTOS, old furniture, fridges, freezers and rubble. All these things are regularly found dumped by the side of roads and are a scourge on our countryside.
The leader of Portsmouth City Council has called for a meeting with the government’s energy secretary over concerns about the city’s increased energy demands.
HOUSEHOLDS still have time to join Havant Borough Council’s garden waste collection service.
CONCERNS over whether a village has the right infrastructure to take hundreds of new homes have been voiced by neighbours.
WALKERS, cyclists and horse riders in the South Downs National Park will all benefit from work to upgrade to the Meon Valley Trail.
DEVELOPERS will have to pay a levy to prevent housing developments having a negative impact on protected wildlife species.
MORE than 600 people turned out to see plans for a new housing development.
LAND rich with minerals is being sought by local authorities.
RESIDENTS have spoken of their relief after a council seized 10 horses which had been plaguing a housing estate.
Solar farm panels are set to become a regular sight across the UK’s countryside.
A ROW has broken out over new villagers’ complaints about plans for a football pitch – part of £2m worth of new community facilities.