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Fareham model railway exhibition will entertain enthusiasts from across the south

MODEL rail enthusiasts from across the south coast will be gathering next month for an eagerly-anticipated exhibition.

Vicky Langford from First Alverstoke Guides in Gosport

Disability doesn’t stop Victoria’s dedication

WHATEVER happens in life, you shouldn’t be defined by your disability.


Skydiving team raising money to fight against rare form of cancer

Tracy Audin and Robbie Ware cooking the cheesy hammy eggies for the armed forces veterans

Joining Forces project continues to expand

A breakfast club that lets armed forces veterans open up to one another about their experiences is rapidly growing, according to organisers.

Louise Richardson with Sarah Cressall, the founder of Creation Station

Prestigious award for franchisee goes to Fareham mother-of-two

Admiral Lord Nelson School teacher Debbie Lucas, left, with Portsmouth North MP Penny Mordaunt. Picture: ONE Campaign

Portsmouth teacher speaks to MPs about helping women overseas

A Portsmouth teacher has spent a day addressing MPs in parliament for International Women’s Day.

Pictured in Portsmouth Harbour on August 28, 1965 is the Majestic class carrier HMS Leviathan. (Michael Lennon)

NOSTALGIA: The navy sea monster that was never given the chance to roar

On February 13 I published a photo of Dickie Dyer, one of the many watermen operating within Portsmouth Harbour.

Lord Mayor Cllr Ken Ellcome and Lady Mayoress Jo Ellcome receiving a cheque from Miltoncross Academy pupils and staff

Thousands of pounds raised by city schools for Lord Mayor’s appeal

Two schools have raised thousands of pounds for the Lord Mayor’s appeal.

Sam Wheeler, middle, with the staff of Workshop Recruitment in Drayton

Sam to run London Marathon in memory of friend and work colleague Joan

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Students from Wicor Primary School in Portchester planting new trees

Portchester pupils’ big fundraiser for woodland charity

Primary school pupils have raised £500 for the Woodland Trust – a conservation charity that plants new trees and protects woodland areas across the UK.

The Rainbow Centre

Titchdfield garden centre and farm shop raises vital funds for The Rainbow Centre

An award-winning garden centre and farm shop has raised thousands of pounds for charity.

To The Top by  Erich Poole

From bright green frogs to rainy days in Old Portsmouth

The News regularly runs extraordinary pictures by fantastic amateur photographers.

From the left are Chief Fire Officer Neil Odin, Margaret Aldridge, Yvonne Ferguson, daughter of Margaret, and Lord Mayor of Portsmouth Councillor Ken Ellcome' Picture: Duncan Shepherd (180086_010)

City blitz heroine Margaret gets award for wartime bravery and dedication

A HEROINE who fought to save the city from ruin during the Second World War has been honoured for her bravery and dedication.

Team Ika Ika, who won Best Presentation

City students get creative as they come up with their own smoothies

Secondary school students have taken time out after their mock exams to spend a day honing their business and production skills.

Gavin Clark

Navy veteran Gavin takes on gruelling Yukon challenge

An armed forces veteran is perparing to take on one of his toughest challenges to date, in a bid to help out fellow ex-service personnel.


REAL LIFE: ‘The only thing I can’t do is be a pilot’

Set in a world of magic, with fairy tale castles and princesses who firmly adhere to girl power, Three Royal Sisters has a very moral tale at its heart.

Thelma Turner-Hill in her Southsea home                 Picture: Malcolm Wells

THELMA TURNER-HILL: What a response!

Before Christmas The News helped me by running an appeal.

A waterfall in south Wales

From the South Downs to Slovenia

Following a riding accident three years ago, Janette Britton had to give up her beloved horses.

(Left to right) Director of Making Space Lynne Dick, Administration and Operations Co-ordinator  Kate Reid, Technician and Artist Peter Levy, with Marketing and Education Programmer Ami Lowman  Picture by:  Malcolm Wells (170403-9261)

Craft charity joins forces with hospice

A craft charity has teamed up with the volunteers at a hospice support centre to provide a series of workshops.

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Queen Elizabeth II talks to members of the ship's company, during the commissioning of HMS Queen Elizabeth, Britain's biggest and most powerful warship, into the Royal Navy Fleet at Portsmouth Naval Base    Credit: Chris Jackson/PA Wire

REVIEW OF THE YEAR: December 2017

We take a look back through The News archives over what has been another exciting year

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