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Firms invited to briefing on council's vision for city

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Portsmouth City Council 2016Local businesses can find out about Portsmouth City Council's vision for the city at a free breakfast networking event next month.

The annual Future Portsmouth event on 8th March will feature the Leader of the Council, Cllr Gerald Vernon-Jackson, speaking on major developments to take place in the city.

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International College Portsmouth celebrates 10th anniversary

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ICP-logo-2 cropInternational College Portsmouth (ICP) is celebrating its 10th anniversary this and celebrated the occasion by signing a new 10 year contract with the University of Portsmouth.

ICP is an Associate College of the University, embedded within the University campus, which offers international students undergraduate and postgraduate preparation courses for students before progressing to the University of Portsmouth.

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Council a step closer to future plans for Somerstown tower blocks

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Portsmouth City Council has announced that it is a step closer to plans for the future of Leamington House and Horatia House.

A report recommending future options for the buildings in the Somerstown area of Portsmouth is due to be considered by a special meeting of the council's Cabinet at 9am on 26th February 2019.

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Help us shape our Health & Wellbeing programme

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Health  Wellbeing 100pxAs you may know, Shaping's Health & Wellbeing programme is looking to create a series of deliverables to help increase workplace health & wellbeing, and thus have a positive impact on productivity.

In order to create these deliverables, we need to understand what existing attitudes and provision already look like, and are asking for your views as an employer in Portsmouth.

Please can you take a few minutes to complete this survey, or if more relevant pass on to a colleague who deals with HR.

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An exciting new scheme: ‘Adopt an Object’ has launched for the new Royal Marines Museum

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Sergeant Norman Finch VC with the Lewis gun from HMS Vindictive Zeebrugge Raid. Photo © NMRN

Supporters of the campaign to open a new Royal Marines Museum in Portsmouth Historic Dockyard are being given a rare opportunity to adopt an object from the collection in a scheme launched today, Thursday 14 February.

Initially twenty special artefacts have been selected from the museum’s vast collection of over two million items. The scheme gives the chance to put a name to some of the most interesting, informative and educational items in the collection.

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