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Rhythm of the 90s could be barred from popular Portsmouth site

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REVEALED: The top 10 restaurants in Havant - according to TripAdvisor

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Driver arrested after dramatic car crash

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VIDEO: Couple living in filth as toilet blocked for a week

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Emsworth workers save fish and chip shop from blaze

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Cowardly burglar tried to target a widow’s home - but didn’t expect to run into Lucky


Delight as nursery is rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted once again

Russell Allen from the Just Love charity with the converted bus    Picture:  Malcolm Wells (180119-3935)

Converted bus for homeless to open soon in city

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Staff disgusted after nursery is trashed by raiders

Bradley Lethbridge scored twice for Pompey. Picture: Colin Farmery

Lethbridge double inspires Pompey Academy comeback

Kal Naismith. Picture: Joe Pepler

Naismith: Critics will not get to me

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When brutal January blues devastated Pompey


Gaffer: I’d swap Pompey captain for Chaplin

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Rotherham v Pompey: who’s the referee?


Rotherham v Pompey: the opposition view

Pompey boss Kenny Jackett. Picture: Joe Pepler

Pompey boss criticises bench impact

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When brutal January blues devastated Pompey

Neil Allen
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STEVE CANAVAN: Being overcharged for posh prawns really raised my tempura

Chinese witch hazel.

BRIAN KIDD: Love the scent, but what's the shrub?

Now is the time to get to grips with your strawberry bed.

BRIAN KIDD: Strawberry fields forever – but renew them every three years

Homes and Gardens
Oh! Gunquit are coming to Southsea

Six things to do in the next 72 hours: January 20, 21 and 22

Jack Edwards, who starred in the Kings Theatre panto as Sarah Spoilit, will host this year's Guide Awards

Guide awards night is getting closer – don’t forget to book your free tickets

Gigs and Music
George Egg: DIY Chef is coming to Havant. Picture: Matt Lincoln

What's on from Friday, January 19 to Thursday, January 25

A delightful look along Pembroke Road, Old Portsmouth, in Edwardian days when all there was on the road was a bakers van and a stray dog.

NOSTALGIA: Telling the time in Old Portsmouth

THEN: Full of life and shops galore  the eastern end of Highland Road in Edwardian days with Kassassin Street on the right.  Picture: Barry Cox Collection

NOSTALGIA: Snapshot of life in Edwardian Portsmouth

Preserved Nissen huts at Camp 21.

BOB HIND'S NOSTALGIA: German prisoners of war also made their great escapes

THEN: Herding sheep along Goldsmith Avenue, Fratton. Picture: Robert James

NOSTALGIA: Where sheep may gently gaze: collie halts flock for picture