Lianne de Mello from the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust describes
the different types of fungi around in the autumn
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Chief Executive Debbie Tann laments the government’s approach to culling badgers
Volunteers gave up their time to help clean up Southsea beach.
FLOOD risk has been reduced in a village thanks to a £10,000 grant to clear a water course.
Blue Reef Aquarium’s newest addition is being handled with extreme care as it is increasingly under threat in the wild.
NEIGHBOURS are claiming victory for people power after thwarting plans for a controversial development.
THERE’S no excuse for animal testing – that was the rallying cry that rang through the air as protesters took to the streets to voice their disapproval.
REPORTS of fly-tipping have gone up significantly across the Havant and Waterlooville area, The News can reveal.
TROLLEYS, carpets and tyres were cleared out of waterways by a team of hard-working volunteers.
CALLS have been made for a major review of Hayling’s infrastructure before any more houses are given the go-ahead.
A schoolgirl from Portsmouth took centre stage at Womad festival this summer after winning a competition to talk about environmental issues.
Bold ideas have been put forward to improve an important street.
CAMPAIGNERS are taking action to stop the ongoing problem of pollution pouring into Langstone Harbour.
CONCERNS have been raised over potential flooding, infrastructure and traffic problems on a proposed new housing estate.
PLANS for a new £1m sports ground have been revealed for the centre of Leigh Park.
Steph Watson, Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust fundraising officer stresses how important gifts in wills are to the trust
A simultaneous harbour litter pick is taking place in Portsmouth and Gosport this weekend.
A top prize of £250 is on offer for the best photo showing the South Downs National Park from a different perspective.
Matt Watson, a member of Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust, explains how he created a garden for wildlife to flourish
PEOPLE are being invited to collect some free plant bulbs to brighten up their area.
PRAISE has been heaped on a coastal defence project which is in development across the north of Portsea island.
A mum who has spent four years trying to stop houses being built in a neighbouring garden says she is devastated they have been given the green light.