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Campaigners set to debate Emsworth homes plan at public consultation forum

A BATTLE is looming between residents and developers over plans to build 49 homes.

Politics
Canon Roger Devonshire's coffin is carried in to Portsmouth Cathedral

Hundreds gather to celebrate the life of much-loved Falklands War priest

HUNDREDS packed into Portsmouth Cathedral to celebrate the life of a much-loved priest.

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Fareham residents are the happiest in our region, according to the survey

Fareham is the happiest place to live and Portsmouth is the most anxious, poll reveals

FIGURES from a nationwide survey have revealed the happiest place in The News area to call home.

People
Filmmakers Matthew Harrison and Summer Greenwood on the set of their short film, Son of Perdition Picture: Nathan Valentine

City filmmakers gear up to shoot next project after sealing cash grant from top international festival judges

A PAIR of filmmakers have been granted cash for their latest project after wowing judges from top festivals.

People
Trio of motorists handed lengthy bans for drink-driving over Christmas

Trio of motorists handed lengthy bans for drink-driving over Christmas

DOZENS have appeared before a city court charged with drink-driving offences throughout December.

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The dark energy at Fermilab, the laboratory leading the Dark Energy Survey. Credit: Fermilab

City scientists release years worth of data in bid to map out the universe

CITY scientists are on a mission to map out the universe.

News

WATCH: Minehunter HMS Cattistock leaves Portsmouth for three months of drills alongside Nato allies

FAMILIES united to bid their loved ones farewell as a city-based warship embarked on deployment.

Defence

Schoolchildren wow £100m business boss in Dragon’s Den-style tech competition

ACADEMY pupils wowed the entrepreneur behind a £100m communications company when he returned to his former school.

People
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WEATHER AND TRAVEL: Chilly, grey start as traffic gets moving for the day

IT’S a dry a cloudy start to the day for the city – but we could see sunshine this afternoon.

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The Betting Room owner Peter Higgins is joining the Big Sleepout.

Picture: Allan Hutchings

Head of city-based betting service signs up for the Pompey CEO Sleepout

THE boss behind a popular national betting service has pledged his support to the Pompey CEO Sleepout.

People

Returning leader of Havant Borough Council says his cabinet is ‘aspiring for greatness’

THE leader of Havant Borough Council has returned after taking a five-month sabbatical.

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A computer-generated image of the proposed eight-storey block next to the Queens Hotel in Southsea. Picture: PLP Architects

Councillors slam ‘mess’ after discussions on landmark hotel’s future development are cancelled hours before planning meeting

COUNCILLORS were left frustrated after being stripped of the chance to discuss the future development of a landmark hotel.

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Left to right: Jacob Paterson, Ben Paterson, Savannah Paterson

Thankful city family donates £1,500 to Queen Alexandra Hospital children’s fund

A KINDHEARTED city family has donated £1,500 to children at Queen Alexandra (QA) Hospital.

Real Life
Sheridan Harris died in the crash on May 13 last year

Driver denies causing death of young woman in Portsmouth

A CITY driver pleaded not guilty to causing the death of a young pedestrian.

Crime
Cars parked at Fair Oak Drive, which residents believe belong to local workers

Residents say their ‘lives are dictated’ by drivers taking their parking spaces

HOMEOWNERS say their ‘lives are being dictated to’ by drivers taking their parking spots.

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Students speak out after ‘outrageously shocking’ sexual assault in university park

STUDENTS have branded a sex attack on university grounds ‘outrageously shocking’.

Education

Judges on the lookout for top pies and sausages for Hampshire-wide meat contest

AN ANNUAL contest celebrating the county’s most talented butchers is set to return.

Business
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Police dismiss claims they give local MP round-the-clock protection

POLICE dismissed online rumours suggesting they provided a local MP with round-the-clock protection.

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From the left is Director of Making Space Lynne Dick, Administration and Operations Co-ordinator  Kate Reid, Technician and Artist Peter Levy, with Marketing and Education Programmer Ami Lowman

Picture by:  Malcolm Wells (170403-9261)

WATCH: Charities set to team up for anniversary art exhibition and auction

TWO charities will unite to hold an anniversary fundraiser.

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Skyla the dog  with Gavin Woodman and his son, Samuel

Dog left badly sick after eating poison-laced meat thrown into family garden

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