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New Theatre Royal launches new Digital Audio Entertainment to increase accessibility

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New Theatre Royal webPortsmouth’s New Theatre Royal is exploring a new strand of entertainment that utilises digital technology and distribution to increase accessibility to its art and theatre performances.

For it’s first venture, the city centre venue will present the European premiere of Martin Zimmerman’s On The Exhale, a hard-hitting drama about one woman’s journey following a high school shooting.

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Hovertravel shortlisted in national travel awards

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Hovertravel has been announced as one of ten finalists in the Travel Trade Gazette’s LGBT awards. This year’s most LGBT-friendly travel company category is hotly contested with global brands such as Celebrity Cruises and All Nippon Airways competing alongside Manchester Airport and the Thomas Cook Group.

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A surge in demand for electric vehicle charge points

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EV Charge webPortsmouth City Council is responding to resident requests and installing electric vehicle charge points in residential areas across the city.

As one of the first local authorities to receive funding from the government's Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV), Portsmouth City Council has plans to install approximately 50 charge points in 34 roads over the next few months. Locations for the trial scheme were initially identified via resident requests, and are now subject to further consultation.

The scheme is operated by ubitricity and will be trialled for three years. Portsmouth is the first city to introduce an integrated solution. This is where electricity is provided by the street lamp column (either directly or via a bollard) and is charged on a pay-as-you-go basis.

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Blue Lamp Trust offers free eco-driving course to Portsmouth businesses

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EcoSafeA community charity is offering free eco-driving lessons to help Portsmouth businesses save money and cut incidents while improving local air quality.

The Blue Lamp Trust has teamed up with Portsmouth City Council to offer ‘Eco Safe’ driver training courses free to businesses in the PO1 to PO6 postcode areas.

The courses, which are delivered by specialist trainers, will start in September and interested businesses will need to apply for a limited number of places.

Eco Safe driving contributes to reduced fuel consumption by an average of 20%, cuts greenhouse gas emission and wear and tear on vehicles. More ecological driving also reduces accident rates and driving risk without compromising busy schedules.

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