Pompey’s favourite party political podcast returns with hosts Ian ‘Tiny’ Morris and Simon Sansbury.In this week’s episode, Ian and Simon review what happened at the nine and a half hour full council meeting. One of the things discussed was Portsmouth City Council reporting it needs help from central government to provide care to unaccompanied minors seeking asylum at the Port.
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How has the pandemic affected local services and charities, their staff and the communities they serve? Sarah Cheverton talks to Anna, Digital Media Investigations (DMI) Advocate at Aurora New Dawn, a Portsmouth-based charity working with [… read more ]
Covid-19 Community Reporter, Dianna Djokey, interviews father and local restaurant business owner, Mohammad Miah, on how Covid has affected the Bangladeshi community and local businesses, alongside the impact of isolation and home-schooling. Dianna Djokey: How [… read more ]
Portsmouth has one of the lowest recycling rates in the country. In the first of a three part series running this week, Tamara Groen from the Shades of Green blog gives you all the information [… read more ]