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Was he chosen because he 'looked the part'? Wilfrid Brambell as Albert Steptoe

VERITY LUSH: Wanted – one rat-faced, toothless, wizened actor

Opinion
The Fox Goes Free, Charlton, Chichester

DISH DETECTIVE: Modern cuisine at a country pub steeped in WI history  

Food and Drink
Cheeky chappie - Prince Harry

CHERYL GIBBS: You don’t have to be a royalist to love the royal family these days

Opinion

LAWRENCE MURPHY: Another Moroccan-inspired winter warmer

Food and Drink

SEAN BLACKMAN: Power to the baldies!

Lifestyle

RICK JACKSON: I swapped fine French wine for Lemsip – now that’s Man-Flu

Opinion

ZELLA COMPTON: Space, the final frontier... for corporate litterbugs

Opinion
Tamzin Cormican, 24, has made it to the Miss British Beauty Curves Pageant 2018. 
She is absolutely delighted to be embracing her curves after years of insecurity about her size.

Picture Credit: Keith Woodland (180117-0028)

REAL LIFE: ‘There is more of me, but don’t think any less of me’

Lifestyle

LETTER OF THE DAY: Underlying the housing crisis is the rocketing price of building land

News
Picture: Shutterstock

LETTER OF THE DAY: HGV battle is won. Pity PCC didn’t tell us

News

THIS WEEK IN 1974: Aims to ‘keep Jack and Jill together’

Heritage
Has Louie predicted the World Cup winner?     Picture: Shutterstock

KIERAN HOWARD: Is our Louie a World Cup predictor?

Real Life
Mark Smith leads a group from the Gosport Labour Party as they stage a protest outside Gosport War Memorial Hospital highlighting the need for an A&E department

Picture: Ian Hargreaves  (180190-1)

LETTER OF THE DAY: Gosport needs it’s own A&E Unit

News 4
Aspex Gallery spokesperson Ollie Tubb
Pictures:  Ian Hargreaves  (180201-1)

‘Everything Portsmouth’ at the Aspex Gallery

News
CELEBRATIONS A picture from last year when Charles Dickens great-great grandsons Ian Dickens, left, and Gerald Dickens laid a wreath on his statue in Guildhall Square to mark his anniversary Picture: Ian Hargreaves

LETTER OF THE DAY: Treat Dickens better next year

Lifestyle

THIS WEEK IN 1973: ‘Desperate need’ for foster parents

Heritage

LETTER OF THE DAY: Havant town centre - an unpleasant dump?

Lifestyle 2

LETTER OF THE DAY: Are ‘modern women’ turning the clock back 100 years?

Lifestyle

LETTER OF THE DAY: ‘I’ll fight for fairer deal for police’

News
Michel Roux Jnr holding a skrei cod.

Food and drink: Fishing for wild skrei cod in chilly Norwegian waters with chef Michael Roux Jr

News

ALISTAIR GIBSON: The cut-price supermarket that's pushing the boundaries

News

Pancake race return is flipping good fun for the community

News

DISH DETECTIVE: Modern cuisine at a country pub steeped in WI history  

Food and Drink

Cheers! New craft beer and ale pub opens its doors in Southsea

Business 2
Andrew James Garden Tool Set with Folding Stool and Storage.

Gardening: 5 of the best garden tool sets

News
Make sure the entrance to nesting boxes faces north to ensure birds don't overheat when the sun's out.

BRIAN KIDD: Your gardening problems solved and jobs for the weekend

Homes and Gardens

BRIAN KIDD: Your gardening questions answered and jobs for the weekend

Homes and Gardens

BRIAN KIDD: Evergreens will make your garden glow, even in winter

Homes and Gardens

Console Corner: Why the Nintendo Switch is in it for the long haul

Gaming
Monster Hunter: World is the biggest and boldest yet

Console Corner: Monster Hunter World review

Gaming

C64 the second coming is here, all pre-installed games for new mini version revealed

Gaming
Game Pass is changing and it could shake video gaming to its core

Console Corner: Xbox launches game changer

Gaming

New Albert Road landlord outlines his plans for the future

Business
Staff at The Cocked Hat pub in Gosport

The Cocked Hat pub is reopened following major refurbishment

Business

Pubs win a national award for best toilet

Business
Doodle Club at the Wave Maiden

Pub’s doodle club sees Portsmouth creatives collaborating

Business
Little Johnny Russells, which is currently closed and will return as the Lord John Russell under new management

Albert Road pub will regain its aristocratic name after a revamp

Business