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Surfer leaves job to become ‘hobbypreneur’

A ENTREPRENEUR has revealed how losing his job led him to turn his passion into a business, becoming a ‘hobbypreneur’.

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ALAN MAK: It vital our exporters get a good deal in place for when we leave the EU

The Havant MP looks forward to strong trade deals for businesses in his constituency after Brexit

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Solicitor Gemma Nolan

Solicitor leaves Australia to take up Southsea role

A NEW solicitor has been appointed at a firm in Southsea.

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Daniel Disney, director of The Daily Sales

Sales head gets over 100,000 hits and launches firm

Daniel Disney started his career in a desk job, writing a modest weekly sales blog on LinkedIn.

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Rita Leist  at her Southsea home with the Hotpoint Dishwasher that has caused her so much concern     Picture: Malcolm Wells

STREETWISE: Don’t let them get away with shoddy service or merchandise

Sometimes it’s the most seemingly insignificant matter that gets up people’s noses when they believe they’ve been short changed.

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The soft play area at the Mountbatten Centre

Big Mountbatten Centre makeover gets under way

WORK has started on a £850,000 makeover at the Mountbatten Leisure Centre.

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Hayling Island Lions member Rod Elliott outside Tesco, Station Road, Hayling Island

LETTER OF THE DAY: Claws out over Santa

I read with great amusement the story of charity worker Rod Elliott threatened with arrest when he parked his sleigh dressed as Santa Claus outside Tesco in Station Road, Hayling Island by an over-zealous shop worker (Tesco delivers a ho-ho-no to charity Santa, Dec 12).

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Cyber experts predict more attacks in 2018

A TECHNOLOGY firm that deals in cyber security has given its predictions for 2018.

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Gary Jeffries

Independent agency comes top of the charts for deals

A COMMERCIAL property consultancy has achieved a fifth year of success in the M27 office agents’ league table.

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Jacqui Edward and Suzette Gough at last year's Christmas Sessions beer festival Picture: Habibur Rahman

Fizz the season to be merry at Portsmouth’s Christmas beer festival

FANS of beer, cider and gin are in for a treat this weekend as Portsmouth Beer Festival returns and with a festive theme to boot.

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What the Lidl at The Apex Centre in Fareham will look like

‘We don’t know what the future holds for everyone’s businesses’

BUSINESS owners are ‘disappointed’ after plans that will demolish an industrial estate to build a new supermarket were passed.

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A new Lidl will be built on Hayling Island

New Hayling Island Lidl is given green light by planners

A NEW supermarket is set to be built on Hayling Island.

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Palmer & Harvey administration blamed for rise in Portsmouth area jobseekers

Palmer & Harvey administration blamed for rise in Portsmouth area jobseekers

THE number of people claiming jobseekers allowance in the Portsmouth area has risen by more than 10 per cent in the last year.

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Asda store evacuated after fire starts in chilled section

Asda store evacuated after fire starts in chilled section

Customers were evacuated from the Asda superstore in Fratton after a ‘small fire’ started in the chilled section.

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Commuters ride a crowded South Western Railway train on the Portsmouth to London line. Picture: Carey Tompsett/PA Wire

Train staff to strike on New Year’s Eve

Workers on South Western Railway are to strike on New Year’s Eve in a dispute over the role of guards, the RMT union has announced.

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Christmas benefits 2017 to be paid EARLY - these are the dates you can expect them

Christmas benefits 2017 to be paid EARLY - these are the dates you can expect them

Christmas can usually be a difficult time financially but it’s especially tough if you’re relying on benefits.

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Don't let one of the 'unflushable' sewer creatures out

LETTER OF THE DAY: Time to fight ‘The Unflushables’!

Sewer flooding can be a really upsetting experience for our customers.

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£4m cuts to be made in city budget

ADULT social care and cultural trusts will face funding reductions as part of £4 million cuts to the city council’s budget.

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International hotelier is appointed at Marriott

A NEW general manager with more than 15 years of experience has been appointed at the Marriott Hotel.

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Law team named number 1

TRETHOWANS has been named as the fastest-growing legal firm in the UK.

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