'Vibrant mix' of businesses helps to improve city
A report by Alan Cufley, the city council's head of corporate assets, business and standards, has revealed that the number of shops filled in Southsea, Cosham, North End and the city centre is between 92 and 95 per cent.
Sea is cleaner than before at Southsea but more improvements needed, says report
The section of beach to the west of South Parade Pier was 'recommended' in this year's Good Beach Guide by the Marine Conservation Society.
LGBT group holds craft meetings
Chatterbox LGBT, for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people aged 25 and over in the area, is holding the meetings.
Repair bill estimated at at least A 3m as weather causes more damage to South Parade Pier
Bad weather has caused holes which are growing towards each other from the east and west sides of the seaward end of the Southsea attraction.
Drivers' anger at changes to Rudmore roundabout in Portsmouth
The new M275 bus lane with traffic backed up as it narrows down to two lanes Picture: Paul Jacobs MOTORISTS have criticised the new layout of the Rudmore Road roundabout in Portsmouth with many fearing it will make congestion worse and cause accidents.
Smoke alarm saves man in Portsmouth house blaze
A fridge freezer caught light in the kitchen at the rear of the terrace house on Thornycroft Road, Fratton, at 5.30am today.
Museum is gunning to become hub for D-Day
CITY leaders are hoping to turn the D-Day Museum into the UK's leading resource for the Normandy landings.
Portsmouth's proud history makes it the perfect place for a weekend break
As a child I remember sitting cross-legged two inches in front of the telly, transfixed as the Mary Rose was raised after 437 years on the Solent seabed.
Here comes the sun... and we'll be warmer than Spain: Temperatures...
Temperatures climbed to a summery 20.9C in the South East yesterday and today is expected to be almost as hot.
Fire in 15th floor kitchen at Portsmouth flats
Crews from Southsea, Cosham and Portchester were called to the scene of the kitchen blaze at Barkis House in Brownlow Close, Buckland.
Ex-PC to plod 650 miles
A FORMER Hampshire policeman is set to embark on a 650-mile pilgrimage to raise money for a children's hospice.