30 March 2020 - We've got a team out early this week delivering important information to all homes in the borough. It's about how vulnerable people, with no other source of help, can find support during the coronavirus outbreak. It also explains how residents can volunteer to help the community.
25 March - Vulnerable Gosport people struggling to cope during the coronavirus crisis can now get matched with volunteers or community groups who can help them.
24 March 2020 - Message on COVID-19 from Cllr Mark Hook, Leader of the Council
18 March 2020 - Following the latest government coronavirus advice, which includes minimising social contact, the council is taking the precaution of reducing non-essential services.
14 February 2020 - Two flats in a Gosport council block have been blocked up after anti-social behaviour and drug-related activity that affected people living nearby. Portsmouth Magistrates Court agreed the neighbouring flats, in Burney House, South Street, could be sealed after an application for closure orders was made by the council, working with police.
12 February 2020 - We've announced new moves to tackle climate change.
7 February 2020 - We're asking local people to get involved in a major plan to transform Gosport town centre. We're asking for your views and ideas, as the plan for the High Street and Stoke Road is drawn up.
23 January 2020 - We're planning the biggest council-house building programme for a generation. Over the next three years, we intend to build around 100 new homes for people on its waiting list, at a cost of £7.6m.
17 January 2020 - A plan for a new-look main gateway to Alver Valley country park, including a garden centre and café, has taken a major step forward.
15 January 2020 - Magistrates have told a Gosport man to pay £605 for fly tipping next to an area with special environmental protection. Justin Fray, 49, of Arminers Close, was spotted dumping garden waste on the cycle/foot path between Clayhall Road and Little Anglesey Road in Gosport.
9 January 2020 - A clampdown on dumped shopping trolleys has begun in Gosport. From today Gosport Borough Council will be seizing trolleys that have been abandoned, and charging stores for the cost of removing, storing and disposing of them.