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Last chance to have your say on skills

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Skills 100pxEmployers and managers in Portsmouth, Gosport, Fareham and Havant have only a week left to have their say on workplace skills and training.

A major survey by Shaping Portsmouth, the local business group, is set to close on 15 March.

Business people are being asked to fill in a 10-minute online survey on the local picture, so Shaping can start addressing the issues raised.

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Food waste collection trial approved

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Cllr Dave Ashmore outside the Guildhall with the new food waste caddies

A food waste collection trial will take place in Portsmouth after it was given the go ahead by Councillor Ashmore at Portsmouth City Council's Environment and Community Safety decision meeting today.

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University of Portsmouth researcher appointed as prestigious Digital Theatre Fellow

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UoP 2017 Logo webThe Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) and spatial computing pioneer Magic Leap – in partnership with i2media and University of Portsmouth – have given six individuals, including Laura Doye (known as Lou) from the University of Portsmouth, the opportunity to discover the future of digital theatre through their first ever Fellowships programme.

The Fellows have been selected for their expertise and brilliance across a range of disciplines, and will explore the future of theatre innovation – and what that could mean for audiences in the future.

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Gunwharf Quays’ to welcome local independent tea rooms

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Gunwharf Quays’ is preparing to welcome one of the region’s best loved independent eateries to the centre this spring. Announcing the opening of a second site, The Parade Tea Rooms will be located at Gunwharf Quays’ Vernon Gate, offering superb dining in a uniquely historic setting.

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Portsmouth Festivities gets ‘loved up’ for its 20th Anniversary and receives Arts Council Support

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PortsFest Logo Large Mustard small2019 marks the 20th Anniversary of Portsmouth Festivities.

This year, Portsmouth Festivities are delighted to celebrate their 20th year of bringing rich heritage and a thriving cultural scene to the city of Portsmouth. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that the theme of their festival this year is TWENTY. Portsmouth Festivities are expressing their love for the city by inviting members of the community to their free closing event, which promises to be a night to remember.

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