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Michael Eisner is using is expertise in the US entertainment industry to turn around Portsmouth FC.
BAE is facing an order gap for the Typhoon so wants to slow production before an expected order from Qatar.
Emile Cilliers denies attempting to kill his wife by tampering with her parachute at the airfield.
The anonymous donation leaves the city hospital in "touching distance" of opening the centre.
It's the 30th anniversary of the UK's Great Storm that left 18 people dead and hundreds injured
PO7 & PO8
Winchester City Council and Havant Borough Council joined together for the official opening of the world’s longest flexi bridge. Sited in the West of Waterlooville developers have worked to ensure the 53ft span over the Wallington River brings the two communities together. Residents from the Taylor Wimpey development at Old Park Farm and the Grainger development at Berewood will benefit from the flexi bridge saving them a 1.5 mile round trip to the local school and other community facilities. ...read more
We have been learning about the Roman Empire all term. So what better way for pupils to reward a teacher who is retiring from 22 years of service – than to make her a half-a-dozen mini Roman fortresses out of spaghetti and marshmallows. Jane Hoon, 60, has spent the last two decades working as a teacher at The Waterloo School, for primary aged children with social, emotional and mental health needs. But today she spent the afternoon as Empress Hoonigustus, and in a surprise thank-you assembly ...read more
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Since its foundation in 2014 the Emsworth British Food Fortnight has not only won National Awards but has become one of the most successful Food events of its type in the UK celebrating local food, local people and Emsworth itself. Emsworth will once again be participating in British Food Fortnight, which this year runs from 23rd September to 8th October. The brainchild of Love British Food, British Food Fortnight is a wonderful opportunity for Emsworth to showcase its food heritage but more ...read more
Our thanks to both Seaward Properties - owners of Langstone Gate, and Highways England for allowing access through their land to carry out the works. At long last we have found a contractor prepared to carry out renovation of the waterwheel. PMC Construction and Development Services Limited have agreed to carry out the works on site. Unicorn Centre apprentices made the original wheel and now PMC apprentices will renovate it. Scaffolding is now erected around the collapsing wheel, bearing on ...read more
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An enthusiastic group of 19 volunteers from Lockheed Martin UK Integrated Systems took part in a beach clean-up along the shoreline at Langstone Harbour. The morning was facilitated by Community First and Friends of Langstone Harbour. The volunteers walked along the Hayling Billy Trail from Hayling bridge to the south of Stoke Common and managed to fill several large bags with rubbish collected from the shoreline and hedgerows. Emlyn Taylor, Managing Director for the Systems Solutions said “I ...read more
The sky turned a vibrant shade of green as 32 supporters, wearing their Portsmouth Down Syndrome Association charity vests, jumped from a spine-tingling 15,000ft, and all to raise funds for their local Down syndrome charity. Taking part in the skydive held in Salisbury, were brave father and daughter David and Harriett Bull from Bedhampton. Harriett (22) said, ‘I was nervous about jumping, especially when I learnt that I’d be falling at 125 mph, but I really wanted to do something to say thank ...read more