Five reasons to buy The News on Friday - including The Guide and Cars

In The News on Friday 80 we have pages of news, sport and entertainment.

Wildwood at Portsolent

DISH DETECTIVE: Standing out from the crowded market with top-notch dishes 

  Restaurant-wise, we live in times of plenty. I often say to my two kids - both teenagers - 'when I was your age there was hardly anywhere to go for a meal out.'
Food and Drink

Yachting firm boss cleared over deaths

THE director of a yachting management company has been cleared of manslaughter of four sailors who died when the Cheeki Rafiki yacht sank mid-Atlantic.

Sir Ben Ainslie

Portsmouth-based Sir Ben Ainslie reveals fresh £110m backing gives ‘best opportunity’ for America’s Cup win

SIR Ben Ainslie has said a new £110m investment in his Portsmouth-based America’s Cup team gives him the ‘best opportunity’ to bring the cup home.

Portsmouth 1

COMMENT: Cameras have become part and parcel of everyday life

Back in the 1990s there was an outcry in Portsmouth when the council announced it was setting up a pioneering CCTV system to monitor city centre hotspots.


Hundreds of pounds raised for armed forces charity

FUNDRAISERS have thanked ‘generous’ shoppers after a collection day for a charity supporting armed forces veterans.


Community project up for national prize

A COMMUNITY project that aims to cut down on anti-social behaviour in a town has been nominated for a national award.

Picture: Malcolm Wells

Five reasons to buy Thursday’s News - including jobs

In The News on Thursday we have 56 pages of news, features and sport.


Open day at care home is hailed as ‘huge success’

STAFF and residents at a care home welcomed guests to enjoy a Royal Tea Party to celebrate National Care Home Open Day.


Woman handled a stolen £450 guitar

A WOMAN convicted of handling a stolen guitar has been ordered to pay £120.


Portsmouth man who stole 324 chocolate bars jailed for 28 days

THIEF Simon Freeman stole £198.85 worth of chocolate.

Stephen Morgan MP with apprentices from Hovertravel. Picture: Faye Lawrence

MP praises Hovertravel’s contribution to economy and tourism

A PORTSMOUTH MP has highlighted the contribution made by a hovercraft firm to the local economy.

The Tuesday Lunch Club at Portsmouth Anglican Cathedral''Picture: Alex Saunders

Appeal launched for volunteers to help once a month at Portsmouth cathedral’s social lifeline

A PLEA has gone out for more volunteers to help save a lunch club that has been running for 35 years.

Donna Jones

‘A huge waste of time and money’ – Portsmouth fails to send councillor to transport meeting

A ROW has broken out between two Hampshire authorities after the chairman of a transport committee blasted Portsmouth City Council for failing to send a single member to its meeting, meaning no decisions could be made.

Politics 1

Students take over tower for concert

SCHOOL leavers and music scholars delighted an audience of alumnae, governors, parents and staff with a concert held at The Square Tower in Old Portsmouth.

The Fox and Hounds in Waterlooville. Credit: Google Street View

Waterlooville pub to host prostate cancer fundraiser

A FUNDRAISING night will be raising money and awareness for prostate cancer.

The Kite Runner is at Mayflower Theatre in Southampton until Saturday.

REVIEW: The Kite Runner at Mayflower Theatre, Southampton

Having read the book, I did wonder how The Kite Runner would work on the stage.


Fareham care home holds open days with 1940s theme

A CARE home held a 1940s-themed tea party as part of an open day.


Portsmouth MP’s ‘privilege’ in attending 200th anniversary ceremony for Sailors’ Society charity

AN MP has represented the city at a ceremony marking the 200th anniversary of the Sailors’ Society charity.


Litter pick organised to clean up Hilsea

VOLUNTEERS are needed to help clean up a park.

Load more
Get daily updates Sign Up