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Young people will be given the opportunity to learn about growing fresh produce, thanks to a new project opened by the Mayor of Portsmouth. The new vegetable garden in the Paulsgrove adventure playground will give youngsters the chance to discover the process food goes through to reach our dinner tables. The garden came together thanks to the efforts of volunteers from the 147 gardening club who, along with staff from the playground, secured a £500 grant from the Love Your Street...
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AN ARTIST whose paintings were stolen from an exhibition is offering a ‘significant reward’ for their return. Morgane Antoine had three of her latest works worth £4,000 in total on display at Rookesbury Park Manor in Wickham.But burglars struck on Wednesday night, taking her work in a haul of 12 paintings and nine sculptures of wildlife. Ms Antoine, a French wildlife artist, told The News she is offering a reward for their return. She said: ‘I was...
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YOUNGSTERS got a glimpse behind the shuttered doors of a fire station. Firefighters at Cosham station welcomed people at their open day on Saturday.Organiser crew manager Lee Sheen said: ‘The open day is to give people a look behind the doors of the fire station. ‘At the same time they’re having fun and promoting fire safety.’ A chip pan fire demonstration was put on for onlookers.Firefighter Neil Lane kept cool in the warm sun as he plunged...
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A BUSINESS is being forced to close tomorrow in order to accommodate regeneration plans. Harbour View cafe at The Hard Interchange has to shut as work begins on replacing the premises with a £7m glass terminal building. The new interchange will provide better link buses, trains and ferries and be safer for cyclists and vehicles. But cafe customers are unhappy. One regular said: ‘I have been using the café for around eight years and have become friends with the people...
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The Editor Roy Wright Editor, Huddersfield Daily Examiner Phone 01484 437707 Roy Wright was appointed editor of The Huddersfield Daily Examiner in 2002. Prior to this he was assistant editor of The Liverpool Echo for three years. He has also worked at the Hull Daily Mail as well as a number of Press agencies. Roy grew up in Burnley, Lancashire and has worked in the local newspaper industry for 25 years. Original linkOriginal author: Jackson...
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Sticking to his guns: Bank of England governor Mark Carney said that 'recent events' did not yet merit a change in strategy
  By Ruth Sunderland for the Daily Mail Published: 22:00, 30 August 2015 | Updated: 22:03, 30 August 2015 A rise in interest rates is likely to remain on the Bank of England’s agenda at the end of this year despite the meltdown in China.In his first comments since global stock markets were hit by gyrations in the Shanghai share index, governor Mark Carney said that ‘recent events’ did not yet merit a change in strategy.He said the decision about when to start returning rates...
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