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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.

Portsmouth
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.

Crime
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.

Opinion

Hundreds of pounds raised for armed forces charity

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

Defence

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.

News
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.

Portsmouth

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.

News

Woman handled a stolen £450 guitar

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

Crime

Portsmouth man who stole 324 chocolate bars jailed for 28 days

THIEF Simon Freeman stole £198.85 worth of chocolate.

Crime
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.

Business
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.

People
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.

Education
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.

Health
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.

Theatre

Fareham care home holds open days with 1940s theme

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

Business

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.

News

Litter pick organised to clean up Hilsea

VOLUNTEERS are needed to help clean up a park.

News
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