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Five reasons to buy The News on Saturday and Sunday - including Weekend and Retro

In The News this weekend we have 80 pages of news, sport and entertainment, plus our 7-day TV guide

Portsmouth
Mayor of Gosport Cllr Diane Furlong at Fareport Talking News. Picture: Fareport Talking News

Gosport mayor hits the airwaves during Talking News visit

A GROUP that works to give free weekly news to the blind and visually impaired has been praised by a town mayor.

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The injury on Mr Chambers' right hip

Fareham cyclist ‘shot with BB gun’ by van passenger on country lane

A CYCLIST has told of his fury after being shot by a van passenger ‘with a BB gun’ down a country lane.

Travel
Five reasons to buy Friday’s News - including 20-page The Guide entertainment pullout

Five reasons to buy Friday’s News - including 20-page The Guide entertainment pullout

In The News on Friday we have 80 pages of news and sport.

Portsmouth
Firefighters helped old woman put out smouldering sausages - then did her washing up

Firefighters helped old woman put out smouldering sausages - then did her washing up

KIND-HEARTED firefighters helped an old lady with her washing up after she burnt her sausages.

People
Tom Bertram

Artists back school’s new festival to pay for new traffic calming measures

ARTISTS have backed a school’s festival to raise money for traffic calming measures in their village.

Gigs and Music
From left - Manager Lisa Kingman, Kayley Pepall, Hollie Griffiths and owner-Briony McNamara with her children Sullivan, 7 months, and Florence, 2

Animal lover opens her new eclectic store

DOG lovers can treat their pooches to some TLC, a pampering bath, delicious home-made food and some snazzy new clobber as a doggy paradise has opened its doors.

Business

Three housing development site managers honoured by the National House-Building Council for their work

THREE housing development site managers have won top national awards for their work.

Business
Picture: Google Maps

Police hunt for man missing from secure psychiatric unit

A MAN from a medium secure unit has been reported missing after not returning from a hospital appointment.

Health
Cork & Cheese, Park Gate, Fareham.

FOOD REVIEW: A lukewarm welcome and a cold-hearted scone for tea

If you are a fan of alcohol The Cork & Cheese really is the place for you. As soon as you enter the cafe you are hit with a wall of different beverages. In fact every surface that isn’t a window or a table for eating is home to a glass bottle.  
Food and Drink
Prince Harry talking to runners taking part in the London Marathon for mental health charity Heads Together, which he founded Picture:  Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

REV IAN MEREDITH: The church can offer non-religious mental health support

The vicar of St Mary’s Church, Portchester on help through deeds, not words

Fareham

Car-charging points for use

ELECTRIC Vehicle (EV) charging points are now available for drivers in Fareham and Gosport as part of Hampshire County Council’s roll-out of EV charging points.

Politics
The Mount Folly garden centre at Boarhunt will again be hosting a charity fund raising event this weekend. Here is a picture from their 2016 event

Day of music aims to put a smile on faces of children

A PLANT nursery is holding a charity day festival to help children.

Fareham

Popular gastro pub known for its food closes its doors

A ONCE-POPULAR country pub known for its food has closed its doors.

Business
Simon and Caroline Wood have taken over The Rising Sun in Swanmore  Picture: Malcolm Wells

Landlady returns to her home village and takes on country pub

More than three decades ago Caroline Wood was born in a small Hampshire village – and now she’s taken the reins of the local at the heart of the community.

Fareham
Five reasons to buy Thursday’s News

Five reasons to buy Thursday’s News

In The News on Thursday we have 56 pages of news and sport.

Portsmouth
Funtley villagers start prep for fund raising fete

Funtley villagers start prep for fund raising fete

IN A bid to raise money for a community defibrillator, residents of Funtley are busy organising the village’s first fete since the 1970s.

People

IN PICTURES: Hot rods at Beaulieu

Thousands of petrolheads enjoyed Father’s Day at the National Motor Museum.

Fareham

Honours for coach company

A MULTI-MILLION pound acquisition helped coach firm Lucketts Group pick up two prestigious awards.

Business
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