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Spectators gathered on the shoreline to watch the ship's arrival in Portsmouth Harbour.
Minsters said they feared the initial decision may not have been "entirely neutral".
A 36-year-old man is accused of killing Alex Woods, 22, who was found in Hampshire with stab wounds.
No-one was injured but travellers are advised to avoid using the station for two days.
With rail fares rising again, we speak to those paying £5,000 a year - or more - in travel costs.
PO7 & PO8
Another amazing performance by Marmalade Moonshine was enjoyed by the shoppers in Waterlooville Precinct. Sadly their drummer was ill but this did not deter them and this acoustic performance did not let them down. This group of musicians are making a name for themselves in the area with performances on radio and at festivals. They were joined by Luna Blue an ensemble from Chichester University. They finish their studies this summer but hope to continue with their music. Judging by the reaction ...read more
A team of employees from Pfizer, a large business based in New Lane, Havant, spent an enjoyable day volunteering their time at Merchistoun Hall, Horndean doing a variety of outside tasks. Merchistoun Hall is in the middle of a large project to re-landscape the grounds making it a beautiful place for the community to enjoy along with its stunning Manor House. The volunteers split into 3 teams to cover a variety of activities around the 4.5 acres. The teams laid woodchip along the path making the ...read more
PO9 & PO10
In keeping with tradition, local volunteers working with the Emsworth Businessmen’s Association organised another fine celebration parade in Emsworth’s St Peter’s Square, led by soldiers of the 12 Regiment Royal Artillery stationed at Thorney Island. Veterans from various conflicts over more than 60 years marched with children from local primary schools, to be greeted by Mayor Cllr Faith Ponsonby who distributed medals of honour.
One venue saw 1440 visitors over one weekend Visitors came from around the World to enjoy work from over 150 local artists 45 local businesses adopted artists huge community success. Emsworth certainly came alive with a splash of colour on the first weekend of the Emsworth Arts Trail. Over 150 artists at 77 local venues opened their doors to art over two weekends, bringing thousands of visitors into the town. Artists on the Quay, a group of creative sailors and club members, put on an ...read more
PO9 & PO11
A helping hand reached out to the Friends of the Hermitage Stream following a request from Denise Tupper through Cllr Yvonne Weeks to buy a new mower to help them with their voluntary work on the Hermitage stream amenity area. The team raised half the £1,500 cost and Postcode Publications matched funded their efforts. Pictured right: Alan Westbrook from Postcode Publications hands the keys to the new mower to Denise Tupper of the Friends of the Hermitage Stream, with Cllr Yvonne Weeks standing ...read more
The Business Enterprise Challenge was back in Meridian Shopping Centre again this year. This was the Fifth year the event has been held at the centre and the high level of Commitment, Product design, Display and Staff knowledge shown by all 17 teams on the day and as ever was still as outstanding as in previous years. Team TaDah on the day were the worthy winners this year of the prestigious Meridian Trading Shield awarded to what was judged to be the Best Presented Team/Stall and Product on ...read more