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Horses are ‘left for dead’ across Hampshire in growing epidemic, says RSPCA

HORSES are being abandoned and ‘left for dead’ as Hampshire faces up to a major equine crisis, according to an animal welfare charity.

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WATCH: Portsmouth breeders avoid jail after ‘prolonged neglect’ of multiple horses

TWO breeders who let their horses become ‘emaciated’ and ‘burdened’ with life-threatening worms have dodged jail.

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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.

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BREAKING: Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to baby boy

The Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to a son weighing 8lbs 7oz, Kensington Palace has announced.

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The Duchess of Cambridge visiting the Reach Academy Feltham. Eddie Mulholland/Daily Telegraph/PA Wire PPP-181201-130349001

BREAKING: Duchess of Cambridge in ‘early stages of labour’

The DUCHESS of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, has been admitted to St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington, London.

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Christina Harman and Marie Shawyer

‘I am just happy to have finished’ ‘I

IN SUPPORT of a sister, two friends laced up their running shoes and took to the streets of London yesterday.

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Louise Bisley, left, and Donna Blackledge-Jones'''Picture: Duncan Shepherd (180345-001)

‘I am so glad our lunch club brings such joy to people’

AFTER ten years these ladies are still the best of friends and many charities are better off for it.

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Safer community day highlights key services in town

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

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Kelle Russell with arms raised

No training for this one

COMMUNITY fundraiser at The Rainbow Centre in Fareham, Kelle Russell ran for her own group.

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Tony Hewitt

Tony smashes his charity target

FOR a charity close to his heart, Tony Hewitt completed the London Marathon in five hours and five minutes – raising more than £2,000.

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New members welcome at WI meetings

THE Titchfield Abbey Women’s Institute has set the date for its May meeting.

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Runners make their way along The Mall towards finish line during the 2018 Virgin Money London Marathon

Marathon runners rejoice after finishing despite heat

THOUSANDS of runners turned out for the hottest London Marathon on record in a bid to raise money for charity.

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‘At 5 miles I hit a wall’

A UNIVERSITY of Portsmouth sport development and management student did not let his department down during his marathon run.

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REVEALED: The secret Netflix codes that unlock thousands of TV shows and movies

Deciding what to watch on Netflix can be time-consuming. Especially when there are hard-to-please friends or relatives involved.

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WATCH: Pompey fans pay tribute to dedicated supporter Tyler Smith who died last week

Fratton Park has this afternoon paid its respects to a 23-year-old fan who was found dead last weekend.

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Anna Cornda after the rescue

Snake rescued from house in Portsmouth after winding itself around roof rafters

A 5ft snake was rescued from the roof of a three-storey town house.

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Eric and Maureen Chivers from Emsworth. Eric is heaping praise on the NHS for the superb teatment he recieved when he was in hospital with a serious illness     'Picture: Ian Hargreaves

Gosport man who spent months in hospital with paralysing disease says ‘I owe NHS staff my life’

EVERYTHING that happens in my life now is all down to the incredible NHS.

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Ted Smith, 84, shares a pint of Watney's Brown Ale with his friend Billy

THIS WEEK IN 1984: Who’s a boozy boy? He’s a boozy boy

Every lunchtime Ted Smith and his friend Billy settled down for a quiet pint together.

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Cumberland Infant School, in Southsea

Three weeks to go until Portsmouth turns blue for Tom Prince for the final time

THERE are fewer than three weeks to go before the Tom Prince Cancer Trust holds its final Blue Day.

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Mia Casey at home with her sister Poppy, three, and mum Jess      Picture:  Malcolm Wells (180420-1619)

Hayling Island takeaway to sell £1 meals to support worthy causes

THREE organisations, including a hospital ward which cared for a young girl when she had a brain tumour, will benefit from a charity event.

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