Drink-driver had no car insurance

Toby Meredith (Media Porduction Manager, University of Portsmouth), Liz Hawes (Research Nurse, Portsmouth Hospital NHS Trust), and Simon Toh (Consultant Surgeon, Portsmouth Hospital NHS Trust)

QA Hospital team wins award for blood clot prevention

Have your say

A 50-YEAR-OLD admitted drink-driving without insurance and while banned from the roads to Portsmouth magistrates.

Bernadette Avila, of Vernon Avenue, Southsea, committed the offences in the same street on June 26.

A test revealed her breath contained 68 microgrammes of alcohol per 100 millilitres. The legal limit is 35mcg.

Avila must pay a £60 victim surcharge and £85 costs. She was fined £100 and given a three-year driving ban.