172 people were killed and hundreds more injured or made homeless during the attack, which took place from 5.00pm on 10 January 1941 and into the early hours of 11 January.
The last surviving landing craft of its kind, which carried 10 tanks and crew members to Normandy on D-Day, is finally open to the public
Portsmouth is this week celebrating 70 years of twinning with Duisburg in Germany.
Portsmouth’s Clean Air Zone consultation launches today
Largest cruise ship to sail into Portsmouth
An ambitious raft of activity to bring Portsmouth one step closer to carbon neutrality by 2030 has been agreed by political leaders at a key decision meeting. Portsmouth City Council’s new carbon reduction strategy lays the foundations for the council, its suppliers and the wider city to come together to take action against climate change […]
Funding from the government’s Transforming Cities Fund will enable the installation of 190 Real Time Information units across Portsmouth, Havant and Waterlooville. Portsmouth City Council will begin installing over 150 Real Time Information (RTI) units to bus stops across the city, and in Havant and Waterlooville 40 bus stops will be upgraded. Real Time Information […]
Landlords and private renters across Portsmouth are being asked to help inform the first steps of a citywide strategy. Portsmouth City Council will be drafting a new private rental sector strategy in the new year which will set out how it works with landlords and supports residents. Ahead of this both renters and landlords are […]
The start of the festive season in Portsmouth city centre will be officially marked this Thursday at the Christmas light switch-on event
You have until Friday 2 August to give your views on a plan to bring jobs and prosperity to the city, and make sure everyone benefits.