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Get your entries in for The News Business Excellence Awards 2018

THE NEWS Business Excellence Awards are fast approaching and Luke Bailey, company director at GlobeUs Training, has told us why he thinks businesses should be submitting entries.

Business

Professional pair win big at charity tennis event

A BUSINESS coach and banker celebrated taking home winners’ medals at the annual Solent Property Professionals Tennis Tournament.

Business

Onecom launches its Fitbit fitness challenge

EMPLOYEES at Onecom are stepping up to a Fitbit challenge.

Business
Charlie Simmonds (second from right)

New apprentice will help to build Berewood community

BARRATT HOMES has taken on a new apprentice in its bid to nurture local talent.

Business

Potential cuts ‘good news’

A RESIDENTIAL property expert has commented on potential stamp duty tax cuts.

Business
Staff from Lockheed Martin UK get stuck in at Hayling College

Technology staff muck in to help out at college

STAFF from Havant-based technology firm Lockheed Martin UK were elbow-deep in mud and water last week as part of a Community First campaign.

Business
An RAF Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II jet

MPs grill defence firm and military top brass over F-35 PR disaster

MILITARY chiefs and leaders of a major defence firm have faced stinging criticism from MPs over a PR disaster for the UK’s new F-35b stealth jet.

Defence
RNLI rescuers wading across mudflats off Portsmouth to reach a stranded mother and child

RNLI mudflats rescue featured in BBC series

DRAMATIC footage of RNLI rescuers wading across mudflats off Portsmouth to reach a stranded mother and child was shown on a hit BBC2 programme.

News

REVIEW: Solent Male Voice Choir, St Mary’s Church, Hayling Island

Solent Male Voice Choir and their guests The Nightingales entertained a large and appreciative audience at St Mary’s Church on Hayling Island on Saturday.

Gigs and Music

Councillors vote to take a stand on drugs and begging

AGGRESSIVE begging, substance abuse and anti-social behaviour are all being tackled in Gosport town centre.

Politics
The team of submariners from HMS Sultan

Sultan submariners surface for run

THEY’RE more used to life beneath the waves than on land.

News
James and Ola Jordan

Strictly stars James and Ola Jordan head to Portsmouth in their first ever show together

They are known as two of the biggest stars to emerge from the hit show Strictly Come Dancing, becoming household names in their own right.

Theatre
The Crystal Lounge once occupied this South Parade, Southsea, site before it became Joanna's

NOSTALGIA: You didn’t argue with Rose, the city’s first female disc jockey

I published a photo of South Parade a couple of weeks ago of the buildings opposite South Parade Pier – the Savoy Buildings.

Heritage

Number of pink events to raise money for charity

A NUMBER of buildings have turned pink to raise awareness for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Health

Invitation to Sikh festival

A SIKH temple is opening its doors to the public to celebrate Diwali.

News

Promenade and seawall works due to finish

CONSTRUCTION works to build a new promenade are coming to an end.

Fareham

Closure date for Jamie’s Italian in Gunwharf Quays revealed

JAMIE’S Italian at Gunwharf Quays is closing its doors soon.

Business 4

Groups are to debate tackling food shortages

WHAT’S wrong with our food system? How can we improve it?

People

Auction valuations to be given for free

A MARITIME memorabilia expert is inviting people to have their potential treasures valued free of charge.

Business
Children at at Newtown C of E Primary School in Gosport dress up as their favourite nursery rhyme characters          (171220-10)

Children dress up as their favourite nursery rhyme characters

Reception class children at Newtown CoE Primary School in Queens Road, Gosport, had fun dressing up as Humpty Dumpty, Little

Bo Peep and many more, as part of a charity day.

Education
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