Ickle Pickles fundraiser this weekend in Portsmouth

A FAMILY fun day is being held this weekend.
Mollie Powell, the landlady of The Duke of Devonshire, in Albert Road, Southsea, who is due to retire in August

 Portsmouth’s longest-serving landlady is finally calling time after 52 years  

While Albert Road has had a frequently changing pub scene over the past five decades, one thing that has remained a constant is The Duke of Devonshire.
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Here are the new route and timetable changes being made to Portsmouth buses

AFTER a review, bus services in the city are set to have route changes and a reduction in frequency.

Fareham and Portsmouth artists win cash for projects 

TWO women have received funding to help with their artistic projects.
Merlin Park on Portsea Island. Picture: Polymedia

Business park to open in city

A NEW business park will be opening in Portsmouth in just a few weeks’ time.

PICTURES: Southsea Food Festival – are you in our gallery?

THOUSANDS of people turned out to try a range of foods and support local businesses as part of the twelfth annual Southsea Food Festival.
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Thousands in Portsmouth may be carrying a sexually transmitted 'superbug' that is difficult to diagnose

Thousands of people in Portsmouth could be carrying a new sexually transmitted ‘superbug’ which can leave women infertile.

Nursery children visit wards at QA Hospital

YOUNGSTERS visited older patients as part of the NHS’ 70th anniversary.

Autism care service praised by watchdog

A CARE service for young adults with autism has been rated good by a health watchdog.
Mountaineer Mollie Hughes at Portsmouth High School. Pictured from left to right,  The Lord Mayor of Portsmouth, Beatrice Oliver, 13, Cara Laffoley-Lane, 13, Mollie Hughes and Mrs Jane Prescott, Headmistress

Mountaineer opens school’s climbing wall

PUPILS were treated to a talk by mountaineer Mollie Hughes who also formally opened their new climbing wall.

Portsmouth forum to hold two events promoting service

A FORUM is holding an open day and fair for people to learn more about its work.

We deserve clarity on just what is going into our air

Not long after it was built, the incinerator in Quatermaine Road, Copnor, was described by its then operators Onyx Hampshire as ‘the envy of the country.’

Cyclists called to take part in charity challenge

KEEN cyclists are being encouraged to get on their bikes for a good cause.
The new Rolls-Royce concept taxi. Picture: Rolls-Royce PLC/PA Wire

Take to the skies! Rolls-Royce unveil flying taxi at Hampshire airshow

A CONCEPT for a flying taxi has been unveiled by Rolls-Royce at an airshow.
Prime Minister Theresa May appearing on the Andrew Marr show. Picture: Jeff Overs/BBC/PA Wire

NATIONAL: Theresa May facing showdown with Conservative Brexiteers

PRIME Minister Theresa May is facing a Commons showdown with Tory Brexiteers determined to force her to abandon her controversial blueprint for leaving the European Union.

Family fun at Butser Ancient Farm this summer

FAMILIES are being invited to try a range of activities from pottery to candle-making.

Garden fair for Scouts

A GARDEN fair will be taking place to raise money for an annual show featuring the town Scouts.

Unsung heroes from Portsmouth wanted for upcoming awards

UNSUNG heroes from Portsmouth who have shown bravery in the face of danger are wanted for nomination as annual awards for heroism get underway.

QUIZ: How well do you know Portsmouth Historic Dockyard?

How much do you know about Portsmouth Historic Dockyard? As part of the National Museum of the Royal Navy's Love Your Historic Dockyard campaign, supported by The News, we've put together some questions to test your knowledge.  
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Sailor now laid to rest

A NAVY serviceman has been laid to rest – more than 100 years after his death.
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