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Small and medium-sized businesses based in the Solent region can apply for a £1,600 grant to help respond to the challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic.
X Factor finalist Sean Smith will play the title role of Dick Whittington at his hometown Theatre in Portsmouth.
The University of Portsmouth will showcase this year's summer Graduate Show as a virtual experience on its website from 5 August.
Cosham library, which was closed on Tuesday 17 March as part of the national lockdown, will re-open from Monday 17 August as the city's coronavirus recovery plan continues.
Officers investigating a serious assault on a woman in Southsea have made an arrest.
A vibrant array of contemporary artwork by local artists can now be enjoyed in Southsea thanks to the installation of the Select Dream exhibition in the windows of the former Knight & Lee department store on Palmerston Road.
Small businesses, B&B owners, market traders and other enterprises hit hardest by the pandemic are being offered another chance to get government cash to help them cope.
A man who punched a police horse before a much-anticipated match between Portsmouth and Southampton football clubs has been jailed for 20 months.
Despite the recent lockdown that Portsmouth, along with the rest of the country, has been facing, Debutots Portsmouth is still running and providing early years children with unique storytimes by moving its original storytelling and dramatic play classes online.
A Nurse from Portsmouth has written a series of songs and picture books to help children make better food choices and limit their junk food eating.
Irresponsible and dangerous drink and drug drivers are to be targeted in a fortnight-long campaign across Hampshire, Isle of Wight and the Thames Valley regions.
Children can have fun and keep active this summer with Portsmouth City Council's Stomp for Stamps 2020
On Friday (24th July) Hovertravel celebrated its 55th anniversary, having started operations on 24th July 1965.
Businesses that have not yet been successful in receiving financial support have a second opportunity to apply for a grant worth up to £5,000.
This weekend, visitors to Southsea Common can be among the first to set foot on Portsmouth's brand new Pride road crossing.
A creative and fashionable sock and accessories brand has launched its first European outlet store in Gunwharf Quays.
Portsmouth’s Mary Rose Museum has been shortlisted for the Kids in Museums Family Friendly Museum Award From Home.
HMS Tyne and HMS Mersey watched every movement of the Kilo-class submarine, Krasnodar, after picking up monitoring duties from French light frigate FS Enseigne de vaisseau Jacoubet.
Following fast in the footsteps of his older twin sisters, and at just 19 years old, Cathum Safi has finished his biomedical science degree at the University of Portsmouth with first class honours – three years early.
Shaping Portsmouth are leading a new Portsmouth City Council project to help high street businesses to operate safely and profitably and to help residents return confidently.
As the summer holidays officially begin, Portsmouth's school pupils and their families are being invited to say thanks to the teachers and school staff who have supported them throughout lockdown.