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Air officials call for ban on carrying laser pens

Air officials have called for people found carrying powerful laser pointers to be arrested even if they are not using them.

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South West Trains announcer berates ‘pond life’ who threw rocks at carriage windows

South West Trains announcer berates ‘pond life’ who threw rocks at carriage windows

A South West Trains announcer built up a head of steam after a packed train was delayed as a result of a carriage window being broken.

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Delays caused by an accident on the M27 tonight. Picture: Highways England / Crown Copyright

Lanes are reopened on M27 after rush-hour acccident

TWO lanes have now been reopened on the eastbound side of the M27 after an accident.

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65-year-old pedestrian in hospital after Emsworth crash

A PEDESTRIAN was rushed to hospital after colliding with a car in Emsworth.

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Highways England says 170 miles of roadworks to be lifted for August bank holiday

Highways England says 170 miles of roadworks to be lifted for August bank holiday

Traffic managers say more than 170 miles of roadworks on motorways and major routes in the south east will be lifted or completed to help drivers have smoother journeys over the August bank holiday.

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File photo of Portchester Sailing Club pontoon. Picture: Mike Fooks ENGPPP00120111222124454

Exhausted boy suffering early signs of hypothermia ‘abandoned by friends’

FRIENDS of a boy suffering the early signs of hypothermia abandoned him after he swam out to a jetty, lifeboat rescuers have said.

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File photo of Portchester Sailing Club pontoon. Picture: Mike Fooks ENGPPP00120111222124454

Teenager rescued after swimming to floating jetty

LIFEBOAT crews have rescued a teenage boy who swam out to a floating jetty.

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Rail union members back strike action over cuts to Southern ticket offices

Rail union members have backed strike action over cuts to station ticket office opening hours.

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Government urged to reduce Southern rail fares as price rise looms

Government urged to reduce Southern rail fares as price rise looms

The Government has been urged to protect Southern Railway passengers after next year’s rise in Britain’s regulated train fares was confirmed as 1.9 per cent.

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Hamble Lifeboat jumps to the rescue after fire breaks out on yacht in Solent

THREE people were rescued from a yacht last night after it caught fire in the Solent.

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Work to renew road markings will shut motorway

MOTORISTS are being warned ahead of road closures.

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Sea and sky provide perfect Blue Note backdrop to the festival.

Sun, sea and all that jazz - Chris Page enjoys sweet sounds among the delights of the French Riviera

Nice arrival within a week of 84 innocent lives being lost, with more than 300 injured, in the Bastille Day truck carnage sounded a suitably sombre note.
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Tempest Avenue after the death of Ray Elsmore

Work starts to make busy Waterlooville road less dangerous

SAFETY improvements have started on a dangerous road in Waterlooville where a beloved lollipop man was killed nearly four years ago.

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Cllr Gerald Vernon-Jackson

Portsmouth dial-a-ride receives help from political party

EFFORTS are being made to support Pompey Dial Ride before the service is taken over by the city council.

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The strike by Southern staff is over

MPs welcome end to train passenger nightmare as Southern strikes are called off

MPs have welcomed the decision to call off Southern rail strikes so that the escalating dispute over the role of train conductors can be resolved.

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UPDATE: Southern rail strikes called off

Strikes by Southern Railway workers on Thursday and Friday have been called off to allow fresh talks in the bitter row over the role of conductors.

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Donna Jones

Portsmouth leader warns businesses could be hit hard by Southern rail crisis

THE leader of Portsmouth City Council has warned the escalating Southern Rail strikes could have a crippling impact on businesses.

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Council to spend £1.8m on improving Hampshire’s roads this summer

HAMPSHIRE County Council are set to spend £1.8m on improving roads across the county this summer.

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Update: Residents express fury as bus service is suspended in busy Gosport road

Update: Residents express fury as bus service is suspended in busy Gosport road

A bus company has scrapped services along a Gosport road after repeated vandalism by children.

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Southern Railway

Southern’s plan to settle train dispute revealed

SOUTHERN bosses have revealed the company’s eight-point action plan to try to settle the rail dispute blighting the region’s train network.

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