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Hero dog Dave who saved family from drowning dies

HE WILL be remembered as a hero who not only had many friends – canine and human – but helped to save three women from drowning in Langstone Harbour last year.

Hayling Island
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UPDATE: Three taken to QA Hospital after Portsdown Hill crash

THREE people have been taken to QA Hospital in Cosham with minor injuries, following a two-car collision on Portsdown Hill Road, near Fort Nelson.

Fareham
Gay rights campaigner Peter Tatchell is questioned and led away by Russian authorities in Moscow after staging a one-man protest near Red Square. Picture by Aaron Chown/PA Wire

Portsmouth Festivities speaker leaves Russia ahead of court appearance for protest

A GAY rights campaigner arrested after a one-man protest in Russia has left the country ahead of a court appearance.

Crime
The Victorious Secret syndicate, celebrating the win at HMS Victory, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard

Portsmouth colleagues celebrate after scooping £122,000 in EuroMillions draw

A SYNDICATE of 15 work colleagues have pocketed a grand total of £122,898.20 after their ticket matched five main numbers in the EuroMillions draw earlier this month.

Portsmouth
Hampshire library workers told ‘not to mention budget constraints’ or face disciplinary action

Hampshire library workers told ‘not to mention budget constraints’ or face disciplinary action

STAFF at a Hampshire library have told a workers union they are not allowed to mention budget constraints as an explanation to enquiries about reduced services - or they face disciplinary action.

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College student wins award for making change through music in Havant

College student wins award for making change through music in Havant

A MUSIC technology student has been recognised with a Havant Rotary Club award for his work with charity, Music Fusion.

Havant
Breast cancer patients ‘denied life-changing reconstructive surgery due to NHS restrictions’

Breast cancer patients ‘denied life-changing reconstructive surgery due to NHS restrictions’

BREAST cancer patients are being denied ‘life-changing’ reconstructive surgery due to rationing in the NHS, a report has said.

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Aaron Pearson has built a sensory room for autistic children in the living room of his Denmead home            Picture: Chris Moorhouse (180284-3)

Aaron is up for a prize of £50,000 of building materials for his hard work creating sensory spaces for children with autism

HE HAS been described as a generous, kind and humble trade hero – and that’s why a plasterer who renovated not one, but two spaces for children with autism, is in the running to win an award and £50,000 worth of building materials.

People
Chris Fleet, Pete Linfield and Joe Morley

Butlers in the buff will lather up for prostate cancer charity car wash

EIGHT gym-goers will be baring all while sprucing up the cars of charity donators, in a bid to raise as much cash and awareness as they can for Prostate Cancer UK.

Havant

Falklands War fallen commemorated in 36th anniversary flag raising ceremony

THOSE who lost their lives in the Falklands War and the many who are still suffering from the trauma they endured were recognised at a flag raising ceremony.

Portsmouth
New Channel 4 show looking for naughty and embarrassing pets from Portsmouth

New Channel 4 show looking for naughty and embarrassing pets from Portsmouth

YOU could finally get the answers you want about your animal’s medical and behavioural issues by applying to take part in a brand-new teatime series about pets.

Portsmouth
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PICTURES: Derelict building fire near Bishop’s Waltham

Drone shots taken by a photographer have shown the scale of the derelict building fire that started at the former Upland Park Hotel and Conference Centre in Droxford, near Bishop’s Waltham, yesterday.

Fareham
Southern Health has made ‘significant improvements’ following deaths of patients

Southern Health has made ‘significant improvements’ following deaths of patients

NHS Improvement is today lifting some of the regulatory undertakings placed on Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust more than two years ago, after an independent review highlighted progress in a number of areas.

Portsmouth
Images issued by the University of Portsmouth showing stills from two point of light video images of a woman with attractive body movements (left) versus less attractive (right). Ed Morrison/PA Wire

Woman’s sexy walk is as important as body shape for attraction, says Portsmouth psychologist

A SEXY walk is as important as a woman’s body shape in making her attractive, according to new research.

Portsmouth
A mother breastfeeding her new born baby. PA Photo/JupiterImages Corporation.

Midwives told women who do not breastfeed ‘must be respected’

WOMEN who decide not to breastfeed their child must be respected for their choice, midwives are being told.

Portsmouth
The former Upland Park Hotel and Conference Centre in Droxford, near Bishops Waltham, part of which is now destroyed. Picture: Fareham Fire Station

Firefighters battle blaze in derelict Hampshire hotel

FIRE crews worked hard to stop a fire at the front of a derelict building from spreading, spending more than one hour getting it under control.

Fareham
Mark Hancock

Horndean dad to speak in parliament about reversing his Type 2 Diabetes

A MAN who reversed his Type 2 Diabetes is pledging to change the way treatment of the disease is handled across the country.

East Hampshire
Homes and care home plans for Forty Acre Farm in Havant Road

Objections mount against 320-home and 66-bed care home plans at Forty Acre Farm

OBJECTIONS are mounting against a long-awaited planning application for hundreds of new homes in Havant.

Havant

New boat designed to take disabled people on adventure trips unveiled by sailing legend

SAILING legend Sir Ben Ainslie joined the founder of a charity passionate about getting disabled people out on the water, for a special boat-naming ceremony.

Portsmouth
Presentation of arm boards to Queen Alexandra Hospital for breast surgery by Portsmouth Breast Friends

Breast cancer group donates £4,500 worth of equipment to QA Hospital

THE MEMORY of a ‘tireless and supportive’ friend of women battling breast cancer has been honoured by those who have worked to raise funds in her name.

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