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Overnight closures as work on main Portsmouth road continues

OVERNIGHT closures on a main road will continue for the next few weeks.

News 1
Lewis Hine     Picture: Habibur Rahman

Help needed to support Havant teenager’s Friend Finder project

MORE volunteers are needed to support a project which helps youngsters make friends.

Health
The victors! The iPhone Repair Doctor team were the overall winners which greatly pleased their managing director, Paul Traill, second right (180215-6506)

Flipping brilliant fun at pancake race

Dozens of determined competitors took park in the annual Waterlooville Precinct pancake race

Havant
Police warn people not to go on Twitter while driving

Man caught tweeting on M27 prompts police warning

POLICE officers are warning people not to go on Twitter while driving after catching someone on their phone.

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Partha Kar, diabetes consultant and clinical lead at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Cosham

New mobile app to help people with Type 2 diabetes

PEOPLE with Type 2 diabetes will be encouraged to monitor their condition by accessing a new mobile app.

Health 1

Warning after chimney fire sparks at Havant home

HOMEOWNERS have been warned to keep their chimneys clear when using them after a blaze yesterday.

News

Gym owner set to take on charity challenge

A GYM owner will be taking part in what is known as ‘the toughest footrace on Earth’.

News

Intimidating Lego thief threatens shop workers

SHOP staff were ‘threatened with violence’ by a man trying to steal Lego.

Crime
A computer graphic showing a typical converter station from the air. Picture: Siemens

Pressure group hits out at ‘misleading’ plans for £1.2bn cross Channel power link

VILLAGE campaigners have slammed public exhibitions setting out plans for a cross-Channel power link.

Business
The churchyard around St Faiths Church, Havant

CANON TOM KENNAR: God’s Acre in Havant reminds us of the heritage our Creator has given us

The rector of St Faith’s Church, Havant on plans to open up the ancient churchyard to the whole community

News
Havant Symphony Orchestra

Havant Music Festival to return in March

A MUSIC festival is set to return next month offering a variety of different genres.

Gigs and Music
Havant Symphony Orchestra

Havant Music Festival set to return in March

A MUSIC festival is set to return next month offering a variety of different genres to tickle everyone’s fancy.

Gigs and Music
It now  seems odd to think the power station once overshadowed the Camber. Picture: Bob Thompson

NOSTALGIA: When giant chimneys overshadowed Old Portsmouth

If you told someone who is less than 40 years old this was the sight that once greeted you when you walked around the Camber, Old Portsmouth, they would probably be amazed.

Heritage 1
The iconic display of ceramic poppies at the Tower of London

Fort Nelson needs volunteers for ceramic poppy display

VOLUNTEERS are needed to help care for a ceramic poppy sculpture.

News
People soaking up the sun on Portsdown Hill outside Portsmouth. The CPRE wants to see green belts created outside Hampshire's towns and cities

Campaign group calls for support of green belt across Hampshire

A CAMPAIGN group is calling on people to support their plans to create a greener county.

News

Hampshire fire authority agrees to increase council tax

THE fire authority has agreed to increase its part of council tax by nearly three per cent.

Politics 1

Teachers learn how to keep students healthy at conference

HEADTEACHERS and PE teachers have been given advice on keeping students healthy.

Health
Children enjoying the library

Figures show fewer books are being borrowed in libraries across Hampshire

LIBRARIES have seen a decrease in the number of people borrowing books, figures have shown.

Politics 4
Anthony Holly is annoyed at the noise and light from Front Lawn Recreation Ground. Picture: Duncan Shepherd

Fury as new £.16m sports facility brings ‘nightmare’ noise and ‘aurora’ floodlight

LOUD swearing, constant noise and dazzling floodlight.

Football 1
Good causes in Havant will benefit from the new town lottery

Win £25,000 on new community lottery – and donate to charity too

BOROUGH residents will soon get the chance to win big money – while donating to charity at the same time.

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