Portsmouth City Council will combine several services to form a Clean City team on Monday, April 20.
A CLEAN-UP is being held to tidy a beach.
A WELL-KNOWN specialist in clematis will address a horticultural society.
TESTING questions from environmentalists are expected at an election hustings.
MORE garden grabbing will ruin our community and lead to overcrowding.
DOZENS of bags of rubbish have been taken off the streets thanks to the determined efforts of volunteers.
Millions have turned out to witness Britain enter the twilight zone of a near-total solar eclipse, despite much of the country being covered by cloud.
PORTSMOUTH is leading the way in the bid to tackle the impact of climate change.
This worrying picture shows the toxic smog cloud hanging over Portsmouth.
FRACKING could contaminate clean drinking water that has served the Portsmouth area for hundreds of years.
Just weeks after a council spent £100,000 on clearing out lakes, rubbish has been seen floating in them.
Calls have been made for new EU limits to combat air pollution following health concerns over a toxic smog cloud that has blown across Portsmouth from the continent.
Beaches in the south-east have not got any cleaner, says a major report.
It will cast a shadow over Portsmouth – but it’s being eagerly anticipated by thousands of people across the area.
SPRING has finally sprung – and Bedhampton is once again carpeted yellow with thousands of daffodils.
GROUPS, organisations and residents will join together to take part in a big clean-up.
WORK to improve Portsmouth’s flood defences is making good progress, according to the local authority.
Most of the sun will be blocked out by a solar eclipse on Friday. Here’s our take on the event.
AS spring approaches the familiar sight of a peregrine falcon has been seen flying around a cathedral.
PLANS to set up scores of new beach huts along Portsmouth’s seafront in time for the America’s Cup World Series have been dashed.
GLOW-in-the-dark posters showing a pair of menacing eyes are up around parks and beauty spots as a council clamps down on dog fouling.
It’s a crisp March morning and the grass glistens with dew as we make our way through a hedge, just a stone’s throw from Southsea seafront.
LOOKALIKE model birds are being placed in a habitat in a bid to lure rare little terns into nesting there again.
THE government could be asked to take action against ongoing sewage problems in Langstone Harbour.
Residents of Denmead have voted in favour of the development plan for the area.
Portsmouth is set for a sunny Saturday and Sunday as the UK prepares to enjoy its warmest weekend of the year.
PORTSMOUTH Watersports Centre and the RSPB are holding their annual Winter Wildlife Day.