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The ordnance contains 290lb (131kg) of "high explosives", the Royal Navy says.
Southern rail says it expects to run up to 75% of services despite the walkout in the safety row.
More than 600 black South Africans drowned in WW1 when their ship was struck by a Royal Mail vessel. But why did the captain blamed for the tragedy do nothing to help?
Edward Baker was "overwhelmed" by the "hustle and bustle" of Bangkok at the start of a trip to the Far East.
A traffic camera captures the moment an officer chases a swan down the M27 in Hampshire.
PO7 & PO8
It's not often that the tuba is heard as a solo instrument but young Tom Torley, currently studying at the Royal College of Music in London, is hoping to change that! He'll be appearing with Havant Symphony Orchestra to play the Tuba Concerto by Edward Gregson on Saturday March 25th at Oaklands Catholic School. The Orchestra, conducted by both their Music Director, Jonathan Butcher, and student conductor, Tom Griffin, will also play music by Schubert, Dvorak, Borodin and Mendelssohn - a real ...read more
Once again through the generosity of donors a collection of gifts was made for disadvantaged children who might otherwise miss the delights of receiving something from Santa. Each gift was for either boys or girls of certain age ranges given on labels hung on the tree for placing on gifts bought by donors Postcode Publications were pleased to contribute together with generous staff and elected members to provide sackfuls of gifts for Santa to deliver on Christmas Eve. Great thanks to all ...read more
PO9 & PO10
Over 150 artists at 78 local venues will open their doors to art lovers throughout the town in the biggest Emsworth Arts Trail yet on 22nd, 23rd April and 29th, 30th April & 1st May 2017. From home studios to community-centres, businesses, halls, sailing clubs and churches, nearly all venues are located within a mile of Emsworth town centre. A variety of mediums and styles including painting, printmaking, photography, furniture making, weaving, woodturning, ceramics, jewellery and textile ...read more
Chichester Harbour Conservancy has today published new guidance for building and maintaining sea defences, called ‘Sustainable Shorelines’. The document, now available to download from the Conservancy’s website, was co-written with expert coastal engineers at Royal Haskoning DHV, and was specifically prepared for use in the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Chichester Harbour is the largest natural estuary in south east England and 43% of the AONB is fully submerged at high tide. In ...read more
PO9 & PO11
The Dynamo Youth Theatre’s production of Joseph and his Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat version for schools stormed onto the St. Faiths Church Hall stage to rapturous acclaim from packed houses. Once again this outstanding youth theatre produced a stunning performance of song and dance to delight those lucky enough to get a ticket.
Over the past three years Julie Ankers, from Bedhampton has raised an incredible £3,000 for Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust’s Oncology Department and the Whitburn Trust. Mrs Ankers like many brave cancer survivors has been through many treatments and has participated in many clinical trials. By setting an example, women from a gynaecology cancer support group have also helped to raise the funds. Julie has touched so many lives with her smile, humour and generosity. She also donates her head ...read more