Here’s what’s being planned across the area

These are some of the planning applications in the pipeline

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Five reasons to buy The News this weekend - including Weekend and Retro supplements

In The News this weekend we have 80 pages of news and sport.

Residents and groups gathering at the development consultation forum at Havant Borough Council's Public Service Plaza. Picture: Richard Kennett

Residents and groups meet with company to discuss 260-home plan for Emsworth at forum

PLANS were outlined and concerns were voiced at a meeting about proposals to build 260 new homes on a greenfield site.

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Have say on changes to short breaks provided by Hampshire County Council

PARENTS and carers of children and young people with a disability are being urged to have their say on a consultation proposing changes to short breaks.


More than 1,000 fly-tipping incidents were recorded in Portsmouth in 12 months

MORE than 1,000 incidents of fly-tipping were recorded in Portsmouth between 2016-2017, new figures have shown.

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Sign up for Naomi House annual 26-mile walk

A HOSPICE which cares for children across Portsmouth and the surrounding area is holding its annual walk this summer.

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Five reasons to buy Friday’s News - including The Guide entertainments pullout

In The News on Friday we have 68 pages of news and sport.

The Emsworth and District bus without its roof, after hitting the bridge. Credit: John Horsman

Roof torn off double-decker bus in Emsworth after railway ‘bridge strike’

A DOUBLE-DECKER bus lost its roof in a crash in Emsworth this afternoon.

Weald Downlands Flynns by Richard Ryder

Photographic exhibition will showcase creativity

Chichester Camera Club members will be celebrating the club’s 125th year with work by new and aspiring photographers.


Korean War hero ‘insulted’ at plans to limit veterans at Emsworth St George’s Day parade

SNUBBED veterans say they are being pushed to the sidelines after plans to limit their numbers taking part in a popular parade came to light.

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Few weeks left to register for QA Hospital’s annual walk

JUST a few weeks are left for people to register for an annual Ward Walk.

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Gym boss conquers one of the world’s toughest feats

THE director of a Havant gym has returned after conquering the world’s toughest footrace.

From left, O2 Waterlooville Guru Liam Neal, Right at Home director Duncan Cameron and O2 Havant Guru Joel Hatchard

O2 to offer free mobile phone technology workshops

WORKSHOPS designed to help people to learn how to better use their mobile phones are once again being set-up.

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Five reasons to buy Thursday’s News - including jobs

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

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The councils goal would be to develop the cinema site and then rent  it to a commercial operator.

Here’s all the open air cinema showings in and around Portsmouth this summer

WITH the sun starting to make an appearance everyone is looking forward to the summer nights spent with family and friends.

Seabird with a plastic bag caught around its neck

RAY COBBETT: Managing plastic waste starts with reducing it

The Friends of the Earth coordinator

Alan Mak MP with the Havant & Waterlooville FC team before the game against St Albans City

ALAN MAK: Supporting Hawks’ push for league glory

The Havant MP on football success and the new sugar tax

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WATCH: Driver jailed for dangerous driving shares story as part of police clampdown on speeding

A DRIVER jailed to three years in prison for killing someone in a crash is sharing his story as part of police campaign to clampdown on speeding.

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Five reasons to buy Wednesday’s The News - including Homes

In The News on Wednesday we have 64 pages of news and sport.

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