Feedback from all users of the route through Elm Grove and Kings Road, including cyclists, local residents and businesses has led to the decision not to extend the three-week trial of the segregated cycle lanes.
Sections of the historic defences of Old Portsmouth, possibly dating back to the 17th century, have been discovered under Southsea's Clarence Pier Playing Field.
It means theatres can stay open, and a return of fans to Fratton Park is on the cards.
Pioneering research from the University of Portsmouth that uses artificial intelligence (AI) to open up a new world of possibilities for children with disabilities has won two E&T Innovation Awards 2020.
Two of the cities colleges could be looking at a merger subject to ministerial approval
Local hospital charity, Portsmouth Hospitals Charity is thrilled to launch their Secret Santa Christmas Appeal to help bring the festive spirit to a patient on Christmas Day.
The Spinnaker Tower is set to be returned to its original white as the naming rights agreement with Emirates has now come to an end.
An Isle of Wight man who sexually abused nine children has been jailed for life with a minimum of 16 years.
The Mayor of Fareham, Cllr Mrs Pamela Bryant, has turned on the town’s Christmas lights, in a special ceremony from her home.
Cosham Library is closing from Monday (23 November) for major repairs and refurbishment. It is expected to reopen in April after roof repairs, redecoration, electrical work and layout improvements.
Following the overwhelming success of its Dance Live! competition for schools and colleges and in response to growing demand, The Guildhall Trust is delighted to announce a ‘Studio Edition’ of its popular event, especially for dance schools, studios and youth dance companies.
Southsea is safer from the risk of flooding, thanks to critical repairs of a historic section of storm-damaged seawall at 10 Gun Battery, next to the Square Tower in Old Portsmouth.
Residents, businesses, shoppers and people travelling through Elm Grove and Kings Road are being encouraged to share their views on the trial cycle lanes.
As we enter a second lockdown, Portsmouth residents are being encouraged to click local and support businesses in their community when Christmas shopping online this year.
The D-Day Story is offering small grants to local charities and community groups to support greater wellbeing for the people of Portsmouth.
Express FM has been shortlisted for Station of the Year in the annual national Community Radio Awards.
One Community has been awarded funding to set up a Community Lottery in Fareham aiming to raise funds for local good causes such as charities and community groups.
Officers have made six arrests in connection with six knifepoint robberies in Portsmouth city centre and one attempted robbery at knifepoint on Tuesday 3 November and Wednesday 4 November.
Southsea Community Cinema is hosting its first season at the Glass House in the Pyramid Centre with its 2020-21 winter program.
The walk-through, appointment-only Local Testing Site is located at Cams Alders Car Park.
Local Portsmouth charity and Portsmouth City Council pledge £100,000 to create 'Portsmouth Tackling Digital Disadvantage Fund' to purchase computers for primary aged disadvantaged children.
Portsmouth design studio ilovedust is set to transform the North Portsea Island (NPI) landscape.
Six Council Enforcement Officers and two town centre security officers will double up as Covid Marshals across Fareham to support and advise people on sticking to Government guidelines on social distancing and preventing the spread of the virus.