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NOSTALGIA: The mighty Royal Navy dwarfing Old Portsmouth

These two photographs are real locations of course but the view of HMS Queen Elizabeth passing the Square Tower and Hot Walls is a superimposed shot put together by Paul Costen of Waterlooville.
Heritage
Louis Dennis. Picture: Neil Marshall

Dennis shines as Pompey XI beat Gosport

Louis Dennis struck twice in four minutes to light up a low-key Privett Park encounter.
Pompey
Southsea Greenhouse

SOUTHSEA GREEN with Sue Stokes

Thought for the day was the importance of openness and humility for good leadership, observing testaments of respect paid to politicians with integrity, who had died.
Homes and Gardens

Meet your RNLI heroes at Hayling lifeboat station open day 

A LIFEBOAT station will be throwing open its doors to the public for an open day. 
News

Exciting summer of ‘Access All Areas’ activities

INFLATABLE pool parties, zorb racing and go-karting are just some of the activities young people can try for free this summer. 
News

New minibus revealed

Students at Craneswater Junior School had a ‘nice surprise’ when their new minibus was revealed.  
Education
Gudge Heath Lane in Fareham close to where the man died. Photo: Google

Safety demands made after death of man hit by train in Fareham 

CALLS have been made to bolster safety measures at a bridge over a railway line after a man was hit by a train.
Travel

Artists win funding as part of new arts grant

TWO creatives have received funding from a new arts grant.
News
HMS Seahawk in Cornwall. Picture: Trevor Harris (CC BY-SA 2.0)

Navy helicopter pilot used Portsmouth girlfriend’s bank account to feed his gambling habits

A TOP helicopter pilot was kicked out of the Royal Navy today for making loan applications in the names of two girlfriends in a bid to pay off debts of more than £35,000.
Crime

Government accused of letting down veterans as military suicides spiral

The Government is today accused of “turning a blind eye” to concern that suicides among military veterans are spiralling after a Johnston Press investigation found that no comprehensive official records are kept of the number of British ex-servicemen and women taking their lives.
Defence

Veteran’s grieving mum: ‘Danny put his life on the line for this country but was given no help’

THE heartbroken mother of a special forces veteran who killed himself after feeling abandoned by the government has launched a fight in his memory.
Defence

Handy man firm looks for people with strong DIY skills for its growing franchise network

PROPERTY maintenance franchise Hire A Hubby is looking for people in Portsmouth to join their network.
Business
Chelsea midfielder Mason Mount is on the brink of a loan move to Derby

Portsmouth-born Mason Mount signs for Derby County

Portsmouth-born Mason Mount has completed his move to Derby County.
Pompey

We asked readers for their best tattoo pictures to celebrate National Tattoo Day

WHEN Denise Springthorpe was very ill with ulcerated colitis, she didn't think she was going to pull through.
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A person entering a job centre. Picture: AP Photo/Alastair Grant

Why Portsmouth’s unemployment figures are continuing to fall

UNEMPLOYMENT across the Portsmouth region is continuing to decrease, according to statistics.
Business

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.
Portsmouth

Thompson: Pompey defence may need to rein in attacking thoughts

Nathan Thompson has reminded Pompey's back line defending has to be their priority.
Pompey
Sky customers could be without broadband while cables are  repaired

Sky confirms what has caused internet to go down in Portsmouth area for thousands of people

PROBLEMS that have left thousands of people without internet access in Portsmouth and across the area were caused by damage to cables, and not by a fault, Sky has confirmed.
Portsmouth
Brian Llewellyn has whacked out at political correctness 'do-gooders'. Picture: PA Wire

NATIONAL: Punch and Judy show whacks out at political correctness ‘do-gooders’ who are ‘killing fun’ 

A Punch and Judy man has whacked political correctness after a school cancelled a booking over fears that the show glorified domestic violence.
Education

POMPEY NEWS LIVE: Latest on Eisa and more transfer gossip from around League One

There's under a month of the transfer window remaining and teams are starting to ramp up the transfer activity.
Portsmouth
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