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UPDATE: Lorry driver, 60, from Waterlooville, died in A27 crash

Police are appealing for witnesses to a collision on the A27 last night where a lorry driver died.

Police have arrested a second person in relation to four Southsea robberies

UPDATE: Detectives quiz second man arrested after four women robbed in Portsmouth

POLICE are continuing to question a second man arrested after four women were robbed.


Warrant officer denies three sexual assaults

A SENIOR Royal Navy non-commissioned officer groped a junior colleague while telling her he could help her career if ‘she helped him out’, a court martial has heard.


Children sing science-themed songs for Lord Mayor of Portsmouth

CHILDREN put on a show for Councillor David Fuller, the Lord Mayor of Portsmouth, using a new songbook.


Patient dies while under the care of Southern Health

A PATIENT has died in Hampshire while receiving care from Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust.


Rowans Hospice holding recruitment event for volunteers

A HOSPICE offering end-of-life care is holding an event for people to find out about becoming a volunteer.

Martin and Diane Munns behind the bar of their pub, The Fareham. The couple recently donated 27 DVD players to the childrens ward of Queen Alexandra Hospital, Cosham

Pub landlords are at the heart of the community

KINDHEARTED publicans Martin and Diane Munns have made it their mission to help sick children in hospital.

PIDFAS members are visiting Brighton Pavilion soon

DIANA SWANN: Lectures provide fascinating insights

THOSE of us who cherish a secret love of bling were enthralled at the PIDFAS lecture on December 13 when Amanda Herries, curator for 10 years of the London Museum, described the dazzling Cheapside Hoard, found by workmen in an old chest while excavating a cellar in the City of London in 1912.

Stuart couldnt find any ex-pat Americans who supported the president-elect

What are the Yanks thinking of?

DON’T get me started about Donald Trump.

Volunteers from Rotary Club of Gosport taking part in the Santa sleigh tour

Grants for primary school projects are up for grabs

PRIMARY schools are being invited to apply for grants from the Rotary Club of Gosport.

Maria Norman and son Owen are both boxers

TAMMY KENT: Mum and son keep fit with boxing

MARIA Norman is a popular girl in Gosport because she is a well-known barber at Club Class in North Cross Street.

Chris Phillips opens the Literacy Lab at The Petersfield School  which he paid for

Donation enables school to open literacy centre

A FORMER pupil stunned teachers by donating enough money to open a centre for literacy at the school.


Record sum is raised

A RECORD-BREAKING amount of cash was raised by volunteers for Hayling Island Businessman’s Club in a street collection.


Firm donates cash to help bereavement service

AN ORGANISATION which helps grieving children has been given a fundraising boost thanks to a company.


Nice says cancer drug is too costly to be funded for NHS

A CANCER drug that was trialled at Queen Alexandra Hospital could be cut from the NHS after being deemed too expensive.

PARADE City police sergeant Eddie Wallace on parade with colleagues at Eastney Barracks in 1960 for the annual inspection by HM Inspector of Constabulary

When the force was with us – our very own Portsmouth force

This year marks 50 years since the demise of the Portsmouth City Police, which amalgamated with the Hampshire and Southampton forces to form the present Hampshire Constabulary.

(l-r) Claire Graf, Amber Lowe, three, Archie Lowe, seven, and Scott Lowe   Picture: Habibur Rahman

‘Archie has been fighting all his life’

The effects of chemotherapy couldn’t stop Archie Lowe celebrating his seventh birthday.

The new beachomber lounges at Mill Rythe Holiday Village

Multi-million pound holiday park plan could revitalise Hayling Island tourism

A MULTI-MILLION pound plan to upgrade a holiday village could spark a new tourism boom on Hayling Island.

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Congestion is a major problem in Portsmouth

Uber offers to be an ally in Portsmouth’s war against congestion chaos

PRIVATE hire firm Uber is offering its services in the battle to tackle Portsmouth’s mounting congestion woes.

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Hampshire’s transport boss call for more funds to tackle road problems

THE county’s transport boss is calling for greater investment from central government to fix our roads.

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