5 hrs ago
Rogue builder jailed for nine years
A ROGUE builder who fleeced 18 elderly people out of more than 130,000 has been jailed for nine years.
6 hrs ago
Widow STILL waiting for apology from travel company after being...
Widow 'waiting for apology' from travel company after being told to take SOMEONE ELSE on Spanish holiday when husband was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer A woman whose husband died from lung cancer said she is still waiting for an apology from a holiday company after being told to 'take someone else with you' when she tried to cancel their ... (more)
10 hrs ago
A new bus deal makes getting to the beach cheaper
COMMUTERS will be able to get a cheap ride into Southsea as part of a new agreement between the city council and a bus company.
15 hrs ago
This festival is sure to get a few tails wagging
The family fun day, which is free to enter, will take place on Southsea's Castle Field on Saturday from 10am to 5pm, not on Sunday as previously reported.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
A dog day of summer
TERRIERS, boxers, bulldogs and beagles will benefit from a Pennies for the Paw fundraising fun day on Southsea seafront next Sunday.
The News' Summer of Fun guide
To keep you in-the-know about what to do during the school holidays the The News is bringing you an ideas-packed Summer of Fun guide.
Man taken to hospital after first-floor flat fire in Portsmouth
FIREFIGHTERS tackled a blaze at a Southsea flat that started when food was left unattended on the cooker caught fire last night.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
D-Day looms for future of Southsea shopping centre
Portsmouth City Council is to scrutinise the future of two parking zones and consider changes to Palmerston Road and Osborne Road.
Traffic warden sacked for breaking parking permit rules to avoid...
A traffic warden caught flouting the parking rules he was meant to be enforcing has been sacked from his job.
First Bus changes attract roadshow crowd
HUNDREDS of people turned up to meet and speak to supervisors from First Bus ahead of changes to its services.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Youth Awards recognise youngsters across Hampshire
The awards took place at the Kings Theatre in Southsea, with a packed audience full of children, family and friends, as well as members of staff from different schools.
Southsea Food Festival delivers up some tasty treats
It was a double treat for food and drink lovers at the weekend as the Hampshire Farmers Market also took place in the streets there a yesterday.
Top Portsmouth hotel goes on the market for new owners
IT'S been named as one of the nicest places to stay in the country - and now this top hotel has been placed on the market.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Outcry at move to scrap Portsmouth parking zone
Portsmouth City Council is considering getting rid of part-time restrictions that covers 35 roads south of Jessie Road down to Albert Road in Southsea.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Mary Rose - " two nights from 319pp
On his ascent to the throne in 1509, and faced with ever-present threats from France and Scotland, Henry VIII begun to build up his navy.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Concrete slabs from house roof fall on car
Concrete slabs on the roof divide of a house in Fawcett Road, Southsea, slid off and smashed into the bonnet of a vehicle underneath.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Veterans' relief 'under review' says secretary
THE government is considering a request to give some veterans more money, according to Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Businesses thank Royal Marines who tried to save man's life
Paul Windsor of Southsea Gallery, Roger Sheppard of Portsmouth Historic Dockyard, The Lord Mayor of Portsmouth Steven Wylie, Leader of the Council Donna Jones, and Andrew Gadsden of 'All About Tea' Picture: Malcolm Wells (141906-6781 PPP-140627-202108001 A GROUP of businesses in the city have come together to say thank you to a group of Royal ... (more)
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Pay what you like at pub charity fundraiser
The Navigator, in Lower Swanwick, near Fareham, is holding the occasion on July 15 to raise money for Cash for Kids, which supports disabled and disadvantaged children.
Flaming hot run in store for firefighter Pete
But Hampshire firefighter Pete Broomfield will be weighed down by more than 30lb of kit when he takes part in this year's Great South Run.