Friday Jul 25
Protests at A 5m cuts to arts education grants
The decision means Southampton City Council will lose up to A 590,000 in 2015-16, although the exact sums have yet to be announced.
Friday Jul 25
Summer getaway begins as travellers are warned about possible delays
That is the message from traffic experts as millions are expected to cram on to roads across the country as they head off on their holidays.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Learn about London Group
A study day about a prominent group of artists whose work is exhibiting in Southampton is on Saturday, August 16. Art Historian Jennie Spiers will be leading a study day about The London Group from 10am to 4pm at the Southampton City Art Gallery's lecture theatre .
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Roadworks to begin on major city route
The lions' share of the work will be carried out overnight - with each flyover will be worked on separately to reduce delays.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
New lease of life for play centre
A SOUTHAMPTON play centre that was shut down because of council spending cuts is set to get a new lease of life under fresh ownership.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Residents to fight plans for warehouse they say will loom over homes 'like a prison'
Residents fear that offices and warehouses planned for land close to the Daily Echo's offices and print works will loom over their homes "like a prison" and lead to a loss of green space.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Rats cause misery for disabled teen
Kyle Thornton, 14, has been forced to sleep in the dining room because an extension specially built for him by Southampton City Council is crawling with rats.
Vaga Probus Club
ROD Barker, Vaga Probus Club's current speakers' secretary maintained his astute selection of highly effective speakers when Alistair Neill, the chief executive of Herefordshire Council , addressed 36 club members at their recent fortnightly business meeting.
Better knee surgery access for city pensioners
SOUTHAMPTON pensioners have better access to knee replacement surgery than almost anywhere else in the country, a survey has revealed.
A glitzy night out for the best in Hampshire's business scene
Representatives of some of the county's finest firms donned dresses and dinner suits for the glitzy black-tie bash at Southampton 's Grand Harbour Hotel.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
More council jobs and services face axe in 98 million cuts
JOBS and public services in Hampshire face a fresh round of cuts as county bosses try to fill a A 98m black hole.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Thousands of youngsters suffering from mental illness
A joint council-NHS study showed that 5,500 children aged five to 16 and living in the city are struggling with disorders ranging from depression to schizophrenia.
Three friends pedal to Paris for Southampton support charity
After Southampton City Council cut funding for a 20-year-old community charity, the son of a volunteer decided to take action.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
County braced for walk-outs
SCHOOLS will shut, bins will go unemptied, libraries will close, and courts will be disrupted as local government grinds to a halt today.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Isle of Wight County Press
A 25m boost for Isle of Wight projects
A A 25 million boost has been given to major projects for the Isle of Wight, including a new composites training facility and moving and improving Red Funnel's East Cowes ferry terminal.
Fri Jul 04, 2014
Arts complex being built gets A 1.2m
A major city arts complex that is still being built has been awarded A 1.2m from the Arts Council.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
World-leading manufacturing centre creating jobs boom in city
A NEW multi-million- pound vision to resurrect one of Southampton 's long derelict industrial heartlands creating hundreds of jobs is a step closer, the Daily Echo can reveal.