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Five reasons to buy The News on Tuesday - including Family Life

In The News on Tuesday we have 48 pages of news, features and sport.

Portsmouth
A CGI of the new building planned fro Wellington Way 'Picture: Bright Space Architects

Dozens of people object to plans for 264 flats in Waterlooville town centre – because it has only 18 parking spaces

PLANS for 264 new homes in a town centre have been branded ‘a waste of time’ by residents - because it will only have 18 parking spaces.

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Simon Lewis, Wightlink's new head of retail

Wightlink announces new senior retail appointment

A NEW head of retail has been appointed at Wightlink.

Business

Coach firm up for triple win

LUCKETTS has been named as a finalist in three categories of the UK Coach Awards.

Business
RRS used Hydra-Slide equipment at the substation

Rapid Response project sees team move tonnes

RAPID Response Solutions has combined haulage, lifting and hydraulic skidding expertise to install two 50-tonne transformers.

Business

Hunt for ‘small business friendly’ councils begins

THE FEDERATION of Small Businesses is on the hunt to find out which councils are ‘small business friendly’.

Business
University of Portsmouth group finance and business students, from left, back row Professor Diego Vazquez-Brust and head of the accounting and financial management subject group at the University of Portsmouth Andrew Wood. 'Front row, Louisa Burton, Faculty of Business and Law dean Professor Gioia Pescetto, Francesca Sharp, Amy Davidson

Sustainability day a big success with experts and pupils

A SEMINAR on sustainability has been declared a huge success.

Education
South Parade Pier flying the flag of St George today Picture: Debz Croker

Southsea’s South Parade Pier owners win bid to add terrace to cafe kiosk

COUNCILLORS have been praised for championing public opinion after they approved extra cafe seating at a Southsea landmark, against the recommendation of officers.

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IN PICTURES: Record Store Day in Southsea

Thousands of people across the area descended on record stores over the weekend to mark the annual Record Store Day.

Portsmouth
The company was primarily conceived to support a number of F1 racing teams but has since expanded and grown to support the aerospace and automotive sectors.  PNL-151014-164605002

Leading Formula One industry supplier acquires new £1m site in Havant

A LEADING supplier to the F1 and aerospace industry has secured new premises in Havant.

Havant
NATIONAL: ‘Healthy’ yoghurts can come close to sending children over daily sugar limit

NATIONAL: ‘Healthy’ yoghurts can come close to sending children over daily sugar limit

YOGHURTS branded healthy can come close to sending children over their daily sugar limit in a single helping, campaigners have warned.

Business
One of the new Class 707 trains at London Waterloo. Picture: South Western Railway PPP-180313-105841001

Delays on trains after track circuit failure

PROBLEMS with a train track will affect services until the end of the day, South Western Railway has said.

Portsmouth

Fareham care home makes changes to see improvement to CQC rating

CARING staff, effective support and a safe environment saw a care home rated good.

Health

Safer community day highlights key services in town

HUNDREDS of people turned out for a community safety day to raise awareness of vital services.

Business

Ferry firm celebrates 40 years

BRITTANY Ferries is celebrating 40 years of ‘Spain without the plane’.

Business
Nick Gross, the outgoing chairman of Coffin Mew

Staff honour chairman’s legacy with ‘Gross’ day

A GROUP of solicitors at Coffin Mew have taken part in a ‘Gross’ challenge to celebrate the career of their sports-loving chairman.

Business
Picture: Malcolm Wells

Five reasons to buy Monday’s News - including Monday Sport pullout

In The News on Monday we have 48 pages of news and sport.

Portsmouth
Nearly half of Portsmouth’s Brexit backers ‘unhappy’ with EU talks, poll finds

Nearly half of Portsmouth’s Brexit backers ‘unhappy’ with EU talks, poll finds

ALMOST half of those who voted for Brexit are unhappy with how Britain’s negotiations to leave the European Union are going, new figures have revealed.

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Here are roadworks scheduled for trunk roads this week

Here’s where to expect delays on the roads in the coming week

A NUMBER of roadworks will be taking place across major roads in Hampshire this week.

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