Bolt will launch its ride-hailing service from Tuesday, in time for the return of Pompey’s Freshers’ Week antics kicking off on the 20th.
A vibrant street in the city centre is to remain closed to vehicles following positive feedback from local residents and business owners, as well as visitors.
An ambitious project, led by the University of Portsmouth, has been awarded £1.5 million to help develop and demonstrate a Green Hydrogen energy system within Portsmouth International Port.
Portsmouth treasure hunters won themselves thousands of pounds worth of tech – including TVs and laptops – after finding two prize boxes hidden in the city.
Pupils from Portsmouth primary schools taking part in a School Streets trial will have fun by earning rewards while enjoying safer, healthier routes to and from school, with help from a digital challenge led by the Pompey Monsters.
A vibrant and bustling street in Southsea is to remain closed to vehicles, in line with the wishes of the majority of local residents and business owners, as well as those that travel through the area and go to shop or eat out.