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  1. Thousands join Christmas celebrations in Hayling Island on Lee-on-the-SolentRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Portsmouth Today

    Mayor of Gosport Lynn Hook with head girl Willow McAlister and head boy Joseph Turner from Lee-on-the-Solent Junior School, turning on the town's Christmas lights Picture: Sarah Standing (161614-7807)

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  2. Hayling pupils win Best School at We Can Do It awardsRead the original story

    Yesterday | Portsmouth Today

    Children were beaming with pride as they picked up the Best School trophy at this year's We Can Do It Awards. Mengham Infants School, in Hayling Island, was named winner after the pupils decided to donate money for classroom equipment to orphaned children.

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  3. BOWLS: Shadwell still on track for a title trebleRead the original story

    Thursday | Wiltshire Times

    GRAHAM Shadwell, a winner in 2005 and 2013, is still on course for a hat-trick of national champion of champion men's titles. On Sunday, he bids to become the first Clarrie player to reach the final stages of a national indoor championship or competition this season.

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  4. Grieving pair find solace in helping othersRead the original story

    Wednesday | Portsmouth Today

    Eugene's brother, Michael Scardifield, 40 - who grew up in Portsmouth - was brutally strangled by his friend, 29-year-old Martin Birchall ,at Michael's flat in Stoke-on-Trent in May 2015. His murderer was sentenced to a minimum of 18 years in jail following a trial by jury at Nottingham Crown Court in February.

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  5. BOWLS: North Wilts on the march in TrophyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 29 | Wiltshire Times

    NORTH WILTS ladies, who have already reached the fourth round in the Yetton Trophy, made a successful start in their bid for glory in the Mason Trophy. The B side thrashed MidGlos B by 35 shots in their first round Over 60s double rinks tie.

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  6. 'I stopped eating sugar and changed my life'Read the original story

    Monday Nov 28 | Portsmouth Today

    Now the 56-year-old from Hayling Island has written a book about her journey and how she decided to completely cut out sugar and exercise regularly. In No Sugar: My Journey, Sue talks about her programme of recovery and how she got to where she is today - and she achieved it while struggling with dyslexia.

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  7. Yacht left drifting in Solent's busy shipping laneRead the original story

    Monday Nov 28 | Portsmouth Today

    The 26ft Iszare suffered a power failure in the Solent between Osborne Bay off the Isle of Wight and Fishbourne, near Peel Bank. The lone sailor found he had no power, lights or VHF radio after several attempts to start the engine.

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  8. Portsmouth Historic Dockyard turned into blast from Victorian pastRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 27 | Portsmouth Today

    From left, Ben Vallis from Hayling Island with daughters Molly, one, Betsy, four, and his partner Shelley Meredith Picture: Ian Hargreaves (161341-6)

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  9. BOWLS: North Wilts stay alive in Yetton TrophyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 22 | Wiltshire Times

    NORTH Wilts ladies had to fight tooth and nail to maintain their interest in the top ladies indoor team championship event, the Yetton Trophy, before shaking off MidGlos 68-59. The 2008 winners eventually took the honours on three of the four rinks, two home and one away.

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  10. BOWLS: North Wilts stay alive in Yetton TrophyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 22 | Wiltshire Times

    NORTH Wilts ladies had to fight tooth and nail to maintain their interest in the top ladies indoor team championship event, the Yetton Trophy, before shaking off MidGlos 68-59. The 2008 winners eventually took the honours on three of the four rinks, two home and one away.

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  11. Talented May turns 104 with her wit still intactRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 22 | Portsmouth Today

    She might have just turned 104, but woman-of-many-talents May Edney doesn't feel it, and she certainly doesn't act it. Age is just a number for the straight-talking artist, who recently celebrated her birthday at her home in Havant, with residents and family members.

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  12. Brother tells of heartbreak after brutal murderRead the original story

    Friday Nov 18 | Portsmouth Today

    But the 38-year-old gas engineer is now hoping to use his grief to help others, as he prepares to take on a mammoth bike ride to raise awareness of a charity that supported him and his family. Eugene's brother, Michael Scardifield, 40 - who grew up in Portsmouth - was brutally strangled by his friend 29-year-old Martin Birchall at Michael's flat in Stoke-on-Trent in May, 2015.

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  13. Hayling Island junior school hit with vomiting virusRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 17 | Portsmouth Today

    A number of pupils at Mengham Junior School on Hayling Island have been reported unwell with most classes being hit by the virus. One parent, who asked not to be named, told The News: 'The school doesn't seem overly bothered about the situation.'

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  14. Havant Borough Council pledge to voice infrastructure needs to governmentRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 16 | Portsmouth Today

    LEADERS at Havant Borough Council have vowed that they will get the best deal possible when planning for new homes. Some 11,250 homes must be built in Havant by 2036 to meet government targets amidst a national need for housing.

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  15. Lost windsurfer 'lucky to have been rescued' after being spotted by dredger crewRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 16 | Portsmouth Today

    An RNLI lifeboat team from Portsmouth were scrambled to find the man, conducting a wide search of the waters around Hayling Island. The stranded surfer was spotted 400m from the entrance of Portsmouth Harbour by an eagle-eyed crewman on the Arco Dee dredging ship as the vessel entered the city.

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  16. Hayling Island army veteran overcomes PTSD to win business awardRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 15 | Portsmouth Today

    Former captain John Geden, 36, suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder , but applied his beekeeping hobby to his business, Sinah Common Honey, on Hayling Island. Now he's been named winner of Business Start-Up Of The Year at this year's Nationwide Resettlement Awards.

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  17. Author of best-selling Charlie and Lola books inspires children at Portsmouth schoolsRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 15 | Portsmouth Today

    Charlie, six, said: 'I found her new story funny because Lola tried to bargain with everyone to get more things. It never worked though!' Lola, five, added: 'I liked the collage part when Lauren Child showed us different dresses.

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  18. Large crowd attends remembrance service in PortchesterRead the original story

    Saturday Nov 12 | Portsmouth Today

    The event in Portchester shopping precinct has been held on the Saturday before Remembrance Sunday for the past 15 years. It is organised by Commander Steve Shaw, from the Royal Navy, and sees cadets parade through the centre before a service is held.

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  19. Guide to Remembrance Sunday events across the Portsmouth areaRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 10 | Portsmouth Today

    Two-minute silences will be taking place across the area in the run-up to this weekend's Remembrance Sunday commemorations. n Portsmouth: A parade will march through Guildhall Square from 10.30am, led by the Band of Her Majesty's Royal Marines Collingwood and the Salvation Army Portsmouth Citadel Band.

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  20. Alan Mak MP: Lest we forgetRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 10 | Portsmouth Today

    Today is one of the most important days of the year, when our constituency - and the whole country - falls silent to pay its respects to our armed forces and the heroes who have made the ultimate sacrifice in defence of our nation. Even as the last veterans from the two world wars pass away, the strength of support for our veterans grows stronger.

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