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Council of Portsmouth Students gets underway for 2017

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CoPS webThe Council of Portsmouth Students working on selecting their action group leaders for this year’s forum.

Monday 13th November 2017 saw the return of Portsmouth’s leading student forum, otherwise known as the Council of Portsmouth Students (CoPS). The forum is facilitated by Portsmouth based social enterprise, Unloc, and has been running successfully for the last sixteen years in the city. The first summit was hosted at St John's College in Southsea and focused on identifying the issues surrounding the students in both their school and community, along with working towards identifying solutions for these problems.

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Dawn Halfacre: Senior Manager at PETA Training

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Shaping Director Stef Nienaltowski recently met with Dawn Halfacre, a Senior Manager at PETA Training, who recently joined the Shaping Portsmouth Skills programme.
They discussed the objectives of the organisation, what they do, and the incredible value the organisation brings to the city, as well as a number of issues facing both employers and young people.

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Portsmouth's new towage service is a boost for maritime industry

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Portsmouth International Port has launched a dedicated towage service for commercial ships with the appointment of the UK’s largest independent tugboat operator.

Starting from this month (November 2017), SMS Towage Ltd will have a fleet of two tugboats on standby at the port and available to ships sailing in. It marks further expansion for the company, which also services the Humber ports, Bristol Channel and Belfast Harbour.

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Portsmouth City Council grants funding for state-of-the-art new building as Academy reveals it is oversubscribed

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The Portsmouth Academy (TPA) is to benefit from a multi-million-pound funding boost to accommodate extra pupils – as new figures show how popular it is with parents.

The school can currently take 225 students in each year group but for next September 241 parents have made it their top choice, and overall 468 selected it for their child, making it hugely over-subscribed.

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