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Achievement takes centre stage at graduation ceremonies

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More than 6,000 students from over 120 countries received their degrees and professional qualifications during the University of Portsmouth’s 2019 graduation ceremonies last week (11th-19th July).

“Graduation is a highlight of the academic year, not just for our graduands but for the whole University community,” said Professor Graham Galbraith, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Portsmouth. “It is a time for us all to celebrate and share the experiences and achievements of our students with family, friends and fellow graduates.”

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Water company fines could aid environmental issues

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PfSH-logo-200x134Organisations across South Hampshire are calling for millions of pounds in water company fines to be used to address environmental concerns.

The Partnership for South Hampshire (PfSH), which brings local councils and other partners together with a focus on sustainable growth in the area, has called on water company regulator Ofwat to set up an environmental remediation fund.

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Lakeside North Harbour welcomes Viking Maritime Group

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Karen Tyrrell, Head of Marketing and Client Services at Lakeside North Harbour with Andrew Hair, Head of Commercial Operations (MSA), Don Millar, Operations Director (Chiltern) and members of the Viking team

Lakeside North Harbour has welcomed the Viking Maritime Group, who joined the campus at the end of May 2019. The organisation has moved into a new 10,000 sq ft space in Building 2000 which has been given a custom fit to accommodate an impressive new training facility. The centre is the only one of its kind in the world.

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