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The D-Day Story seeks local links to D-Day

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The D-Day Story is looking for community groups in or around Portsmouth that would like to research their area’s link to the 1944 D-Day landings.

They're particularly keen to hear from groups that haven't carried out this kind of research before and would like some help guiding them through the process.

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Plan to create public space in Portsmouth city centre

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Plans to demolish a building and create new public space in Portsmouth city centre are set to be considered at a meeting on 4 September.

Cllr Ben Dowling, Portsmouth City Council's Cabinet Member for Planning Regeneration & Economic Development, will be considering a proposal to knock down the building that was formerly home to Drift in the City bar on Isambard Brunel Road.

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Portsmouth pupils step up to GCSE challenge

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Top performing students (left to right) Sara Eftekhari, Aiya Abdalla, Chloe Abraham and Naima Ali at The Portsmouth Academy celebrate their success with Cllr Suzy Horton (far left) and Principal Natalie Sheppard (far right).

Provisional GCSE results for Portsmouth schools were announced this morning. In only the second year of results from the new, tougher GCSE English and maths exams, the results show an encouraging performance in terms of the proportion of pupils achieving a 'standard pass' of grade 4 or above in English and maths, under the new grading system for GCSEs introduced last year.

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Portsmouth City Council completing Air Quality market research

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Portsmouth City Council 2011The Environment Act (1995) requires the City Council to regularly review and assess air quality in Portsmouth. Areas where an exceedance of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) occurs, or is likely to occur, are known as Air Quality Management Areas (AQMAs).
As the local authority Portsmouth City Council must put measures in place to improve air quality in these areas. In Portsmouth there are five AQMAs (eight were revoked in 2009). Only one area, AQMA 6, currently exceeds government levels of NO2.

To support this work PCC have launched two surveys.

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