Friday Mar 7
The Charlotte Observer
Rediscovered trenches bring WWI to life in England
British army Lance Corporal Rob Walters walks on a WW1 practise trench as he poses for the photographers in Gosport, southern England, Thursday, March 6, 2014.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Practice WW1 battlefield discovered
A replica World War One battlefield where soldiers trained in trench warfare before being sent to the front has been discovered in Hampshire.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Prime Minister hints at death crash sentence review
THE Prime Minister has hinted there should be a review of sentences for causing death by dangerous driving following a double tragedy in Hampshire.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Woman charged over gold thefts from Asian families in Crawley
Claudia Santos, 39, of Portal Close, London, appeared at Lewes Crown Court on Thursday charged with three counts of conspiracy to burgle.
'Barrister' struck off for lying to clients
Yvonne Turley, 50, who lives in Hampshire Terrace, Fratton, was struck off by the Bar Standards Board on Monday, February 10, for misleading clients, who believed she was an employment barrister.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Figures reveal only half the story of Help to Buy so far
Prime Minister David Cameron has a cup of tea with Sharon Ray and her daughter Maisie, 2, during a visit to her home in Southampton - Sharon bought her home through the government's Help to Buy scheme THE Help to Buy scheme - which allows people to beat high prices and get on the housing ladder - got off to a slow start in Hampshire, new figures ... (more)
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Fight goes on to keep regular bus service running
A BUS company has rejected proposals to reinstate a regular service to Alverstoke, despite community outrage at cutbacks to the route.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Pompey stars out in force to pay respects
Keith was cremated yesterday at a service that saw more than 100 people pack out the chapel at Portchester Crematorium, leaving standing room only.
More than 80 firefighters battle huge industrial park blaze
More than 80 Firefighters from across Hampshire were sent to GEA Searles at Colingwood Retail Park in Fareham at around 11.45pm to reports of a fire.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Friends set to take on 300 miles cycle challenge
Ian Loveland, 28, of Heritage Way, Priddy's Hard, Gosport, and pal Matthew O'Connor, 25, of High Street, Lee-on-the-Solent, are riding from London to Paris.
Town pubs call on organisers to hold more beer bashes
CALLS have been made for more beer festivals to be held as pubs enjoyed big success on the back of Gosport's Winterfest.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Residents flee fire at takeaway
The blaze broke out shortly after 3am in a first floor flat above an Indian takeaway restaurant in Forton Road, Gosport .
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Boost for Portsmouth area businesses as cash fund opens to new investment
Michael Fallon MP and Sean Cole of SC Vital Fitness, a fitness centre in Farlington which has benefitted from government funding.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Unemployment rises locally despite national fall
The number of people claiming Jobseeker's Allowance has risen in the area, despite a fall in the national figure.
Praise for Portsmouth sailors after emergency flood help
More than 300 navy sailors spent the weekend building up flood defences in Romsey, Hampshire, as the River Test reached critical levels.
Hi-tech goods targeted in burglary
They got into the house, in Avenue Road, Gosport , and stole jewellery, cash, an iPad, iPhone 4, Acer Laptop and Xbox 360 with Kinect and all the cables.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Calls to improve bus service
But as part of the changes the number nine route, which saw buses travel through Gosport twice an hour, was replaced with the number 11 route which only travels through Alverstoke and Anglesey every two hours after a grant to subsidise the route came to an end.
Hampshire charities for young people to join forces
YOUNG people's charities are to join forces - a move they hope will strengthen support for children and young people in Hampshire.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
Jobcentre staff under attack
That's the view of a city academic and the trade union representing workers after figures obtained by The News revealed increases of abuse towards staff at local centres.
Mon Feb 10, 2014
New bid for EU cash could see firms get help
PARTS of Portsmouth and Gosport could be in for a huge boost as a bid for European Union cash is now finalised.