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Would-be Pompey buyer Michael Eisner tweets ‘good luck’ message to club

BILLIONAIRE movie mogul Michael Eisner has said he is ‘excited’ to be meeting with Pompey’s leadership.

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CCTV released after men base jumped off the Spinnaker Tower

Men base jump off Spinnaker Tower

THESE images have been released after two men allegedly broke in and based jumped from the Spinnaker Tower.
Crime
Pompey begin ‘exclusivity deal’ with American billionaire Michael Eisner

Pompey begin ‘exclusivity deal’ with American billionaire Michael Eisner

POMPEY bosses have this afternoon confirmed they are entering an ‘exclusivity agreement’ with American billionaire Michael Eisner over a potential takeover of the club.

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Police close to the Palace of Westminster. Photo: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Portsmouth Muslim activist condemns Westminster terror attack

A Muslim community activist has condemned yesterday’s terror attack in Westminster and called for ‘unity’ in the fight against terrorism.

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Portsmouth Guildhall. Photo: Malcolm Wells

Portsmouth Guildhall to light up red, white and blue tonight following Westminster attacks

Portsmouth Guildhall will be lit up in the patriotic colour of the Great British flag tonight following yesterday’s terror attack in Westminster.

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Three held after car reported stolen crashes in Portsmouth

THREE men were arrested when a car being followed by police crashed in Portsmouth.

Crime

Security increased at Portsmouth naval base after Westminster terror attack

Security has been stepped up at Portsmouth’s naval base following yesterday’s terror attack in Westminster.

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Aaron Brown

Businessman sobs as he is cleared of killing his friend in boating tragedy

A BUSINESSMAN sobbed in the dock today as he was found not guilty of killing his friend and mentor in fatal boat crash.

Crime
Freya Savidge-Conway (left) and Rachel Lowe will both be taking part in the London Marathon for the first time.

It’s the London Marathon next month - and we’ve spoken to two first-timers

It’s the London Marathon next month – and thousands of people are training hard for it. Here we speak to two first-timers to find out how they are doing:

People
Declan McKenna at The Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea, Wednesday, March 22, 2017. Picture by Paul Windsor

REVIEW: Declan McKenna at The Wedgewood Rooms, Southsea

Last night saw one major reason why The Wedgewood Rooms is such an important asset to the city.

Gigs and Music
Police forensic officers close to the Palace of Westminster  Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire

MP forced to flee from terrorist attack at Houses of Parliament

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The team from Ickle Pickles set off from Queen Alexandra Hospital for the 20-mile sponsored walk around Portsmouth

Picture: Steve Reid/Blitz Photography

WATCH: Walkers raise nearly £4,000 for QA Hospital’s neo-natal unit

A TEAM of walkers completed a 20-mile route raising thousands of pounds for premature babies.

Health

Portsmouth Cathedral up for award

PEOPLE are being asked to vote for Portsmouth Cathedral to see it named the UK’s

News

Fareham Easter egg hunt returns

FAMILIES can attend an Easter egg hunt with an Alice in Wonderland theme.

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Advanced nurse practitioner Rosemary Buck, consultant Maria Noblet, and My Generation secretary Carol McClintock with Ann Burton

Hospital says thanks to band for cash boost

CITY band My Generation raised £1,260 for Queen Alexandra Hospital’s breast services department at a gig.

Health

Club donates £2,199 to QA Hospital

A NIGHTCLUB has raised more than £2,000 for Queen Alexandra Hospital.

Health
Dave Worsfold and Susan Bowyer had a demand for �256 from TalkTalk Picture: Ian Hargreaves (170328-1)

CONSUMER: Gosport couple angry after row over TalkTalk’s £256 broadband ‘break’ charge

Gosport couple Susan Bowyer and Dave Worsfold were left angry and upset after a row over a cancellation charge from internet provider TalkTalk.

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Tom Smith, a lecturer in international relations at the University of Portsmouth

University lecturer says attack was ‘inevitable’ but still shocking

A LECTURER at the University of Portsmouth has said yesterday’s attack in London was inevitable.

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Before culverts were installed the Lavant used to run through Havant town centre. Here is a 1914 view along West Street.

Rising of the winter streams which causes havoc in villages

Iknow for a fact that some Portsmouth people have no idea where Rowlands Castle is and even less where the hamlet of Finchdean sits on the border of Hampshire and West Sussex.

Heritage
From left, Graham Collins, Melanie Whitfield-Tinker and Ken Eckersley

Rotary Club help in battle against cancer

MEMBERS of Gosport Rotary Club have presented a cheque for £1,000 to help in the ongoing battle against cancer in the region.

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