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LETTER OF THE DAY: Camber walkway ‘pantomime’ could run forever

I would like to add my congratulations to Ken Bailey and his team of supporters who have succeeded (at their own cost) in their appeal concerning the walkway around the Camber. (Campaign for right of way around the Camber, March 6), and the subsequent publication of letters from readers on this topic.

Oh, what a night... Foreverland

CLUBBING: Hit up these club nights this weekend

As spring creeps up, more events are pouring into the scene with a busy week ahead for clubbers and gig-goers.
Whats on

Easter egg hunt for all to enjoy in Waterlooville

THE Friends of Park Wood are inviting locals to an Easter egg hunt.

Belem Tower.

Travel: Five-star luxury retreat in a city rich with history and culture...

While being pampered in Lisbon’s Corinthia Hotel spa, masseuse Christina said I didn’t look old enough to have four grandchildren.
7 Bone Burger Co, Guildhall Walk, Portsmouth

RESTAURANT REVIEW: This is no gourmet burger joint but it's good value for money

There are few guarantees in life, especially when it comes to business. But opening a gourmet burger restaurant? That might be about as close as you are going to get.
Whats on
GOING OUT: Little Mix Experience

GOING OUT: Little Mix Experience

A tribute to one of the UK's most successful girlbands is coming to Portsmouth.
Whats on
The meat recovered from the thieves. Credit: Waterlooville Police on Twitter

Packs of meat seized after supermarket raid

MEAT thieves were stopped in their tracks as police recovered food after a supermarket raid.


New acts at IoW festival

Action from a previous Dragon Boat festival at Lakeside

Dragon boat day aims to be even better

AN APPEAL for volunteers to join Portsmouth’s popular dragon boat racing festival is today roaring into action.

Hayley Wise with her partner Guy Lymn at Urban Island Brewing

Portsmouth microbrewery takes plunge and opens up new taproom

FOR the last few years a microbrewery tucked away in Hilsea has been quietly but confidently expanding its list of clients.

Food and Drink
Traffic gridlock around City Hospital hours before Royal visit. ENGEMN00120121128102456

LETTER OF THE DAY: Nightmare scenario for our city

The column by Clive Smith states in very explicit, common sense language, the huge problems posed by the increase in the city’s population (More people in city simply means even more problems, Mar 20).

The Wombats will perform at the Isle of Wight Festival in June

Isle of Wight Festival announces 18 new acts – including The Wombats, Travis and Rak-Su

EIGHTEEN new acts have been added to the bill for the Isle of Wight Festival in June.

Picture: Shutterstock

LETTER OF THE DAY: It’s time to end horse racing carnage

The Cheltenham Festival has resulted in the deaths of six horses.

Easter biscuits made with oil of cassia

LAWRENCE MURPHY: A West Country treat for Easter

I once read that oil of cassia was used in the making of Easter biscuits because it was supposedly used in the embalming of Christ’s body. It is also referred to as Holy Christ Oil.
Food and Drink
Joe Pasquale as Frank Spencer in Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em. Picture: Michael Wharley

REVIEW: Some Mothers Do ’Ave ’Em, New Theatre Royal, Portsmouth

Now and again, a television character comes along and cements themselves in entertainment pop culture.

The podcast's hosts, Alice Levine, Jamie Morton and James Cooper

World-beating podcast My Dad Wrote a Porno is set to visit Portsmouth

WHEN writer Jamie Morton agreed to proofread the first instalment of his father’s novel he was expecting a swashbuckling tale of pirates gliding the seven seas.

Brian Andrews, Frances Leppard and Charles Mobsby with their trophies

Top-notch daffodils reap rewards as village spring show returns for 2018

HORTICULTURISTS transformed a village hall as a colourful flower show returned for another year.

Sonairton Almeida with Achuthan Leelaratham at 'Villa's Brasil Restaurant      ''Picture: Malcolm Wells (180314-0472)

Steak and sushi buffet hailed a great success

STEAK and sushi is the order of the day after a new Brazilian and Japanese restaurant opened to the public.

Food and Drink
Portsmouth restaurant offers free breakfast to sleepyheads wearing a dressing gown

Portsmouth restaurant offers free breakfast to sleepyheads wearing a dressing gown

AN ITALIAN restaurant chain is offering a free breakfast to customers who don a dressing gown to dine next weekend.

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SOUTHSEA GREEN: Trees going begging... come and get 'em

SOUTHSEA GREEN: Trees going begging... come and get 'em

The latest donation of trees from the Woodland Trust arrived at the garden in three large boxes labelled 'Live plants – open and plant immediately'.
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