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Fareham

Here’s how you can save on your mobile bill

AFTER exposing that mobile phone networks are overcharging customers, Citizen’s Advice is urging people to stay on top of their contracts to avoid being ripped off.

Business
Faerham Borough Council's Local Plan review meetings are set to get underway next week. Picture : Melanie Leininger PPP-140728-104257001

Local Plan review meetings to commence

FAREHAM Borough Council is looking to gauge interest in the number of people attending upcoming meetings to discuss the Local Plan.

Politics
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Homes in Portchester left without water after main burst

PEOPLE in Portchester have woken up to find they have no water.

Business

Staff from Fareham firm climb mountains and raise £15,000

STAFF climbed three mountains to raise thousands of pounds for charity.

News

Southern Rail drivers to be balloted in bid to end impasse

SOUTHERN Rail drivers are to be balloted as part of a proposed deal to end a long-running dispute.

Travel
First Bus' Eclipse bus service

Rapid bus route to expand into Gosport town centre with £7m boost

A VITAL 1km extension to a rapid bus route into a town centre has received millions in funding from the government.

Politics 1
New figures have revealed a growing number of obese children in the Portsmouth area

Calls for urgent action as childhood obesity in Portsmouth increases

THE number of overweight or obese primary school children in the Portsmouth area has increased in the past 12 months, prompting calls for urgent action.

Health 2

Fareham care home rated good by CQC

CARING staff and giving residents the chance to be independent has seen a care home rated good.

Business
Kuti's of Wickham, Wickham Star Corner, Fareham Road, Wickham.

DISH DETECTIVE: If you are inclined to order your weight in food... ask for separate bowls

Britain’s favourite dish is undoubtedly curry and having a good curry house up your sleeve is a basic modern need.

Food and Drink 1

Brexit trade fears to be raised at MP lunch

FEARS over dropping export trade and the impact of Brexit on business in the UK will be the main talking point at a working lunch with an MP.

Business
Promise and Promiscuity

REVIEW: Promise & Promiscuity at The Ashcroft Arts Centre, Fareham

New Zealander Penny Ashton’s one-woman tribute-cum-mickey-take of Jane Austen’s works – having garnered praise all over the world – stopped off all-too-briefly at The Ashcroft Arts Centre in Fareham.

Theatre
Ambulances queuing outside QA earlier this year Picture: Dr Jamie Fryer/Twitter

Scas board members call handover delays at QA Hospital unacceptable

HANDOVER delays at Queen Alexandra Hospital have been branded unacceptable.

Health 2

Police operation identifies cars on Hampshire roads without insurance

AN OPERATION targeting uninsured drivers has been such a success it is being rolled out by other forces across the country.

Crime 1
Michael and Kay Wilks with, centre,, Lara Bull, the CEO of the Rainbow Centre

Fareham charity wins public masonic vote to receive £25,000

A CHARITY that aims to improve the quality of life for many children and adults has been awarded with £25,000.

Fareham
Suella with James Wiseman in the kitchen of Cams Mill

Chef announces his delight after receiving MP award nomination

A chef is celebrating after being nominated to compete in the annual Pub Chef of the Year award.

Business

Specsavers staff team up to launch a charity single

STAFF at Specsavers in Whiteley have joined a global team to write, record and produce a song to raise money for World Sight Day.

Business
John Wheal, award-winning technician

Technician wins prestigious award for cloud technology

A ENGINEER at NATS in Whiteley, has won a technology award.

Business
Lt Cdr Wilson, First Lt of HMS Collingwood presented Second World War veteran Jimmy Bayne with a framed print of HMS Collingwood

Jimmy’s back at training base HMS Collingwood 75 years later

SECOND World War navy veteran Jimmy Baynes fulfilled a wish to revisit the place where he trained 75 years ago.

People

Cancer survivor praises awareness month and Titchfield centre

HAVING a month dedicated to raising awareness of breast cancer is important.

Health

Anniversary service

A COMMEMORATIVE service will be held for the 212th anniversary of the Nelson Monument’s foundations being laid.

Defence
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