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  1. Travel and Weather: Grey and blustery start as traffic gets movingRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Portsmouth Today

    Strong winds are the order of the morning, with gusts in the city currently blowing at about 42mph - but this will reduce throughout the day. The day is expected to be at its warmest from midday, at 14C, with chances of rain at 8am and 9pm.

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  2. Calls for urgent action as childhood obesity in Portsmouth increasesRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Portsmouth Today

    THE number of overweight or obese primary school children in the Portsmouth area has increased in the past 12 months, prompting calls for urgent action. Figures released yesterday by NHS Digital show more children in Portsmouth and the surrounding areas are considered an unhealthy weight when starting Year R and Year 6. The increasing numbers have been called a childhood 'obesity crisis' by the Local Government Association and Public Health England said urgent action is needed.

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  3. Local Plan review meetings to commenceRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Portsmouth Today

    Faerham Borough Council's Local Plan review meetings are set to get underway next week. Picture : Melanie Leininger PPP-140728-104257001 FAREHAM Borough Council is looking to gauge interest in the number of people attending upcoming meetings to discuss the Local Plan.

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  4. Rapid bus route to expand into Gosport town centre with A 7m boostRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | Portsmouth Today

    A VITAL 1km extension to a rapid bus route into a town centre has received millions in funding from the government. Commuters on the South East Bus Rapid Transit Scheme will soon be able to catch the fast bus from Fareham down into the centre of Gosport.

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  5. Residents with poor broadband speeds 'cannot go on living like this', says MPRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Daily Echo

    Residents of Whiteley near Fareham are becoming frustrated after struggling with an intermittent, poor or no connection to the internet at all. The problem, which has lasted for ten years has seen the majority of residents in the village struggling to receive a connection speed of 1MB or less.

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  6. Bus rapid transit scheme scheme a step closer to reality following funding boostRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Echo

    PLANS for a new multimillion-pound bus network that could revolutionise public transport across Fareham and Gosport have come a step closer to reality after receiving A 6.9m of government funding. The existing transit scheme runs for 2.8 miles between Fareham and Bridgemary which is served by the Eclipse bus, is used by one million people last year.

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  7. Brexit trade fears to be raised at MP lunchRead the original story

    Thursday | Portsmouth Today

    FEARS over dropping export trade and the impact of Brexit on business in the UK will be the main talking point at a working lunch with an MP. Organised by the Solent Businesses Forum - a group managed by the MP - the event will give businesses a chance to talk about exporting after Brexit and how trading will change after Britain leaves the EU.

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  8. 'We will not back bid for power plant'Read the original story

    Thursday | Portsmouth Today

    Sorry, we're having problems with our video player at the moment, but are working to fix it as soon as we can That was the message from Gosport Borough Council at a meeting where the authority told its counterparts in Fareham that it will remain against plans for the site. Major concerns were outlined over the electromagnetic interference and radio frequency interference, which the council says could 'prejudice' existing occupiers and potential future employers from moving to the Solent Enterprise Zone.

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  9. O'Callaghan consolidates top spot in rankingsRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 18 | Bournemouth Echo

    DAVID O'Callaghan conjured three 40-plus breaks en route to the final in the second leg of the Cuestars South of England Under-21 Silver Tour. The Greenbaize potter and rankings leader was in fine form at Salisbury Snooker Club but was beaten 2-1 by Gosport teenager Brett Wallace in the final.

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  10. Substitute Walters fires late double as Bashley progress in Bournemouth Senior CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 18 | Bournemouth Echo

    SUPERSUB Scott Walters came off the bench to fire Bashley into the last four of the Bournemouth Senior Cup at the expense of Wessex Premier rivals Hamworthy United . Walters netted twice late on to seal a dramatic second-half comeback as Bash recorded a 3-2 win at Bashley Road last night.

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  11. Fareham charity wins public masonic vote to receive A 25,000Read the original story

    Wednesday Oct 18 | Portsmouth Today

    A CHARITY that aims to improve the quality of life for many children and adults has been awarded with 25,000. The Rainbow Centre in Fareham was chosen by the public to receive the funds it needs for teachers, from the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Freemasons.

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  12. Pupils in Fareham and Gosport to create posters to promote improving air qualityRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 18 | Portsmouth Today

    PRIMARY schools are getting involved in a design competition to promote the importance of good air quality to drivers in their area. The competition asks pupils in Fareham and Gosport to create images about what clean air means to them and how everyone can think about small changes that could make a big difference to air quality.

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  13. 'Remarkable' design could see flying submarine take to the seasRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 18 | Romsey Advertiser

    IT'S an idea straight out of James Bond or the sixties puppet series Stingray but the idea of a flying submarine, developed by a Hampshire firm, has impressed defence experts. The flying fish-style craft was envisaged by engineer, Ali Roy, 26, of Fareham -based Saab Seaeye, one of the world's leading manufacturers of unmanned underwater vehicles.

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  14. Portsmouth MP accuses Tories of seeking 'political advantage' as...Read the original story

    Tuesday Oct 17 | Portsmouth Today

    Labour's Stephen Morgan, who represents Portsmouth South, said he agreed constituencies needed to be looked but that it needs to be 'in the best interests of the country.' His comments come after the Boundary Commission for England announced updated proposals for constituency boundaries, aimed at making the numbers of voters in each area more equal.

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  15. Mum's anger after noisy phone mast and generator are put near homeRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 17 | Portsmouth Today

    FURIOUS Diana Moseley says a mobile phone company refused to talk to her after a mast and generator were put up near the end of her garden without planning permission. The 54-year-old was shocked when she came home from work to find a temporary mobile phone mast near her house.

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  16. Mum's anger after noisy phone mast is put near homeRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 17 | Portsmouth Today

    NATIONAL: Bizarre 999 calls revealed, including 'Why are there all these re-runs of Homes under the Hammer on telly?' FURIOUS Diana Moseley says a mobile phone company refused to talk to her after a mast and generator were put up near the end of her garden without planning permission. The 54-year-old was shocked when she came home from work to find a temporary mobile phone mast near her house.

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  17. Gas company probe 'unusual smell' which wafted across the SolentRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 16 | Daily Echo

    Gas company, SGN, has confirmed it is investigating the "unusual" stench, which was reportedly smelt in areas such as Southampton , Portsmouth and the Isle of Wight on Sunday night. SGN spokesperson Hannah Brett said: "We've had a number of calls regarding a smell in the air in the Solent and Isle of Wight area .

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  18. A former Derelict pub nicknamed Fareham's Berlin Wall is to be redevelopedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 16 | Daily Echo

    Fareham Borough Council will invest A 2.85m on redeveloping the former Hampshire Rose pub site on Highlands Road into ten one and eight two-bed affordable flats, in four blocks. It was bought by private developers with the hope of building luxury residential housing, but their plans were thrown out.

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  19. Ex-Saint Bobby is Wessex Premier top gunRead the original story

    Monday Oct 16 | Romsey Advertiser

    FORMER Saints academy striker Bobby Scott added another two goals to his burgeoning tally as AFC Portchester triumphed 3-1 at Hamworthy United on Saturday. After Dan Hayes had headed the Royals into a 36th-minute lead, Scott struck at the start of the second half and then crowned victory with a composed 89th-minute one-on-one finish after the Hammers had pulled one back.

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  20. It's all or nothing for two local starsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 16 | Hampshire Chronicle

    TWO talented Hampshire performers are to get Southampton rocking to the sounds of the 60s as they make a triumphant homecoming in Mod musical All or Nothing. Daisy Darvill, from Chandlers Ford , and former Fareham resident Stefan Edwards are to star in the show, which makes its way to Mayflower Theatre on October 27 and 28. Daisy describes performing in her hometown theatre as one for the bucket list! Following a childhood spent dancing with In Time Dance, Sally Johnson's Academy of Dance and Southampton Arts, she has played Ali in Mamma Mia for Royal Caribbean Productions, filmed an Agatha Christie drama for the BBC and worked with Tim Vine, Matthew Kelly and Arlene Phillips in pantomime.

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