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WATCH: Rolls-Royce unveils the new Phantom

Luxury car maker Rolls-Royce has lifted the lid on its latest Phantom car.

A spokesman for the company, which has its production plant at Goodwood near Chichester, said: 'From the moment Sir Henry Royce introduced the Rolls-Royce Phantom in 1925 it was judged ‘The Best Car in the ...

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US Admiral says HMS Queen Elizabeth is a ‘global game-changer’

ONE of America’s top military commanders hailed the Royal Navy’s new aircraft carriers as an ‘international game-changer’.

Rear Admiral Kenneth Whitesell gave the glowing endorsement of the two new leviathans from the bridge of American supercarrier USS George HW ...

today 09:29 open_in_new
Sailors glad to be in ‘gorgeous’ Portsmouth

AMERICAN crewmen starting a long weekend of shore leave flooded into Portsmouth after being ferried ashore in the naval base.

Many were keen to take the opportunity to visit London, but the bars and cafés of Gunwharf Quays were a starting point for many.

While many were just glad to ...

today 08:23 open_in_new
CYBER CRIME: Hampshire farm hit by ransomware attack lost records

A FARMER who lost 15 years of business records and precious family photographs has told how he was hacked through a fake CV.

Running 30 acres, Jim Parker, 54, relied heavily on computers to keep records for his farm, home rental business, and for the sale of miniature donkeys.

So ...

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Jackett: Pompey team is not set in stone

Kenny Jackett insists the countdown is on to gatecrash his Pompey starting XI.

The Blues travel to Crawley tomorrow (3pm) for their seventh and final fixture of the pre-season campaign.

The clock is ticking before the eagerly-awaited League One curtain-raiser against Rochdale in ...

today 07:17 open_in_new
Pompey ask for League help over Fratton seating

Pompey have asked the Football League for dispensation to reduce Fratton Park’s away capacity.

Season-ticket sales of 14,500 and the ground’s ongoing decreased capacity have ensured home seats are at a premium for the Blues’ League One return.

In the meantime, visiting ...

today 07:17 open_in_new
The grey goliath of the sea is packed with jets, helicopters and a plethora of guns

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Up until last week, she was America’s newest warship – and the largest vessel of her kind in the world.

Even from the shoreline at Stokes Bay – hundreds of metres away – she appears colossal, dwarfing passenger ferries as they circle to get a glimpse of the ...

today 07:17 open_in_new
Jackett: Pompey team is not set in stone

Kenny Jackett insists the countdown is on to gatecrash his Pompey starting XI.

The Blues travel to Crawley tomorrow (3pm) for their seventh and final fixture of the pre-season campaign.

The clock is ticking before the eagerly-awaited League One curtain-raiser against Rochdale in ...

today 06:11 open_in_new
Pompey ask for League help over Fratton seating

Pompey have asked the Football League for dispensation to reduce Fratton Park’s away capacity.

Season-ticket sales of 14,500 and the ground’s ongoing decreased capacity have ensured home seats are at a premium for the Blues’ League One return.

In the meantime, visiting ...

today 06:11 open_in_new
Sailors glad to be in ‘gorgeous’ Portsmouth

AMERICAN crewmen starting a long weekend of shore leave flooded into Portsmouth after being ferried ashore in the naval base.

Many were keen to take the opportunity to visit London, but the bars and cafés of Gunwharf Quays were a starting point for many.

While many were just glad to ...

today 06:11 open_in_new
CYBER CRIME: Hampshire farm hit by ransomware attack lost records

A FARMER who lost 15 years of business records and precious family photographs has told how he was hacked through a fake CV.

Running 30 acres, Jim Parker, 54, relied heavily on computers to keep records for his farm, home rental business, and for the sale of miniature donkeys.

So ...

today 06:11 open_in_new
REVEALED: The News’ Curry House of the Year winner

BEING voted Curry House of the Year once is great, but winning the accolade twice – for the second year running – is pretty spectacular.

And the revelation that Fratton-based Indian restaurant Gandhi has won The News’ annual competition once more lets the hard-working family ...

today 06:11 open_in_new
The grey goliath of the sea is packed with jets, helicopters and a plethora of guns

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Up until last week, she was America’s newest warship – and the largest vessel of her kind in the world.

Even from the shoreline at Stokes Bay – hundreds of metres away – she appears colossal, dwarfing passenger ferries as they circle to get a glimpse of the ...

today 06:11 open_in_new
THE DISH DETECTIVE: The Richmond Arms, West Ashling, near Chichester

It’s summer festival season and I can well remember the nerves and excitement I felt going to my first Glastonbury as a teenager.

It seems like yesterday I was begging my parents to, firstly, let me make the trip to Somerset and, secondly, part with the cash for the ticket. ...

yesterday 21:23 open_in_new
CHERYL GIBBS: Mother Nature wasn’t going to rain on my friend’s parade

It rained. Boy, did it rain.

The heavens opened up last Saturday at about 9am and didn’t end until pretty much the next day.

But did that stop the bride and groom having the best day of their lives? Did it heck…

Last weekend, I watched mu best friends James and Kelly become ...

yesterday 20:17 open_in_new
Midfielder aiming to become Pompey regular

Adam May has become familiar with first-team involvement – now he’s desperate to ensure it’s a permanent presence.

The 19-year-old has returned to Fratton Park following his Sutton United education, a learning process which consisted of facing Arsenal in the fifth round ...

yesterday 20:17 open_in_new
Pompey debate: Should Davies play ahead of Whatmough?

Kenny Jackett has hailed Tom Davies’ pre-season impact at Pompey.

And the Blues boss insists it is tight between the ex-Accrington man and Jack Whatmough in the battle for his starting line-up.

The duo are fighting for a place alongside Christian Burgess at centre-back in the ...

yesterday 19:11 open_in_new
LAWRENCE MURPHY: A vegetarian dish that’s loved by all

SWEET POTATO FALAFEL

Makes 16

Falafel is normally made with chickpeas or fava beans, which are soaked overnight and then ground with spices before being shaped and fried.

This wonderful croquette is widely eaten across the middle east as part of meze and is considered the ...

yesterday 19:11 open_in_new
Portsmouth one of highest for mesothelioma deaths

FIGURES have revealed the number of people who have died from asbestos-related cancer, mesothelioma.

The data, from the Health and Safety Executive, revealed Portsmouth was among the highest in the UK with 395 men dying from the illness in 2015.

Only Plymouth (534) and North ...

yesterday 19:11 open_in_new
Midfielder aiming to become Pompey regular

Adam May has become familiar with first-team involvement – now he’s desperate to ensure it’s a permanent presence.

The 19-year-old has returned to Fratton Park following his Sutton United education, a learning process which consisted of facing Arsenal in the fifth round ...

yesterday 19:11 open_in_new