Fareham soldier’s pride at receiving top Nato award

MILITARY service is something that is in the blood of ambitious soldier Warrant Officer Neil Donaghy.


Van is destroyed in a fire in Portchester

A VAN was destroyed in a fire in Portchester today.

Nigel Taylor from Taylor Made Computer Solutions

IT firm offers advice after Yahoo hacking

A FAREHAM IT firm has offered advice in the wake of Yahoo admitting a major data breach.

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Picture: Rachael Pickard/Hazel Photography

Danger driving arrest pair bailed again over Portsmouth teenager’s death

TWO men have been re-bailed over the death of a teenager in a crash.

HMS Illustrious passes under the Forth Rail Bridge in 2010

Britain has ‘no desire to save modern warships’ from scrap says navy Admiral

BRITAIN has ‘no appetite’ to save its modern naval warships, the former captain of the doomed HMS Illustrious has said today.

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Portsmouth Magistrates' Court

In the Courts – latest update

n Matthew Christmas, 36, of Sunbeam Way, Gosport, admitted drink-driving on August 2 in Washbrook Road.

Fareham MP Suella Fernandes and members of Warsash Residents Association

Fareham MP Suella Fernandes meets with Warsash residents

A RESIDENTS Association have met with their MP to discuss the relevant issues going on in their area.

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Traffic congestion could be relieved by the Stubbington bypass

Gosport MP meets with Chancellor of the Exchequer over Stubbington Bypass

THE fate of a bypass that will significantly reduce congestion now rests in the hands of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, The News can reveal.

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Coffee mornings being planned in aid of charity

VENUES across the area are preparing to host coffee mornings to raise cash for a good cause.

More reports of smell lingering in the air around Portsmouth

More reports of smell lingering in the air around Portsmouth

It seems like a smell that has spread far and wide.

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World’s Biggest Coffee Morning

A RAFFLE, competitions and cakes are part of the fun at a coffee morning for Macmillan.


Take a bite of the first Applefest celebrations in Swanmore

PEOPLE who enjoy buying the freshest food and drink, straight from the producers, can enjoy a new event.

Bishop of Portsmouth the Rt Rev Christopher Foster, admits that even he sins

In Christian jargon, all of us are sinners

The Rt Rev Christopher Foster, Bishop of Portsmouth, admits that, like all of us, he sins most days

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Did The Bard spend time at the abbey?

TO MARK the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s death, a new play is being performed which explores his links to Titchfield.

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Portsmouth Magistrates' Court

In the Courts – latest update

n Mary Baxter, 37, of Sandringham Road, Fratton, admitted theft of beef and pork worth £41.98 from Iceland in Portsmouth.

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Steven Barker leaves Portsmouth Magistrates' Court

Lawyer admits fraud for changing parking pass with felt tip pen

A LAWYER has appeared in court after tampering with a parking permit with a felt-tip pen.

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This year's Portsmouth Pride march

Saved LGBT group set to rebrand and expand

AN LGBT support group is shutting its doors – to reopen with a new team at the helm.

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Thumbs up from expert for airport

AN AVIATION expert has approved the Solent Airport at Daedalus.

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Fareham MP organises meeting on broadband

AN MP has arranged for people in her area struggling with poor broadband to voice their concerns to BT.

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HMS Illustrious Picture: L(Phot) Nicky Wilson

Calls to turn HMS Illustrious into a new Falklands museum branded ‘unrealistic’

CALLS to transform the rusting hulk of HMS Illustrious into a new Falklands War memorial have today been described as ‘unrealistic’.

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