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A cyclist dies after being hit by a lorry in Southampton city centre.
Work begins to remove a 27-tonne frame from the roof of Winchester Cathedral following a year of restoration work.
Two men are sought by detectives investigating the murder of a man who was found stabbed at a flat in Southampton.
A life-sized zebra sculpture which is due to form part an art trail in Southampton has been stolen, a wildlife charity says.
Recycling centres across Hampshire could close or have their opening hours reduced to save money.
PO7 & PO8
The Waterlooville Music Festival is the largest annual event in Waterlooville now in its eleventh year. Together with Waterlooville Business Association’s “Market Place Music” on the first day of the Festival, you are invited to over 50 concerts, featuring soloists, choirs, instrumental groups and orchestras. Tuesday is Folk and Ale Night with the return of Revel Weird and Wild and Portsmouth Shantymen, a fantastic double bill combination that was a sell out success last year. On Wednesday the ...read more
For over 60 years Catherington W.I. has operated from Catherington village hall, sadly we ran out of space and so we have moved to larger premises enabling us to welcome the eleven ladies who have been waiting to join us and also welcome any new ladies who would like to visit us with a view to joining, we moved into Catherington All Saints Church Hall in January. Our WI has enjoyed a very busy year including a coach trip to London, an outing to Lacock Village, a strawberry and fizz celebration ...read more
PO9 & PO10
On the 29th April the Mayor of Havant Cllr. Leah Turner opened The Stride community building situated in Daffodil Way, Denvilles, built by Barratt David Wilson Homes apprentices. As reported in our earlier editions, this novel enterprise demonstrates just how such great community facilities can be delivered through co-operation and shear determination. Postcode Publications are pleased to have donated £10,000 for furnishings and equipment. This is part of our work to enable community projects ...read more
The community of Emsworth once again celebrated St. George’s Day with its annual parade; this year coinciding with the Queens actual 90th Birthday. Emsworthians are rightly proud of their military neighbours on Thorney Island and St George’s Day gave residents and visitors an opportunity to show their gratitude to the men and women of our armed services for their unstinting dedication to duty. This year also has a special significance with the 100th anniversary of both the battle of The Somme ...read more
PO9 & PO11
The new NEXT store with a Costa coffee shop in Solent Retail Park opened its doors on 28th April heralding the completion of Phase Two of the Park. Costa’s coffee shop was filled within minutes for a charity opening event as shoppers flocked to see the vibrant new offerings. The vacated NEXT shop in Phase One will shortly open as a new Mothercare store.
Alan Mak MP hosted the Awards at South Downs College on the 29th April. The event recognised the entrepreneurial spirit and courage of those who embark on new business ventures - often in the face of competition from much larger companies, managing to thrive and grow through hard work and determination to succeed. This is a lesson to all would-be business venturers to give it a go, put all your efforts into your project and don’t give up when the going gets tough! Following the awards ceremony ...read more