Friday Mar 7
'We weren't to blame'
THE man in charge of Southampton City Council in the year which saw the deaths of four children and the work of social services branded inadequate has insisted that his administration was not to blame for the failings.
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Wed Mar 05, 2014
Signing marks milestone in A 450m development
The signing of a development agreement between landowners and the developer means the A 450m plans have moved another step closer to reality.
South Coast Business Awards - search for the region's finest firms
Nominations for the South Coast Business Awards 2014 are now open after a lavish launch event at the Grand Cafe in Southampton .
City makes changes to safeguarding of children after deaths of youngsters
Bosses from the Southampton City Council children services department will be outlining what improvements have been made to safeguarding in the city.
Road crash just hours before safety campaigners meet
The three-car crash happened on the junction of South East Road and Kathleen Road in Sholing , Southampton , it is believed no-one was badly hurt, but one car had to be written off.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
City pollution sparks health alert
The European Commission has launched legal action against the UK due to a failure to cut levels of nitrogen dioxide, which could lead to a A 300m fine.
under Attack: Chairman Peter Everson, front, with club members outside the club.
MORE police have been drafted in to protect a Hampshire community after a club was burgled four times in two weeks.
Children to be taught dangers of loan sharks
Families in Hampshire are among those caught in a vicious cycle of intimidation and spiralling debts at the hands of illegal loan sharks.
Group makes sure voices of disabled people are heard
The 40-year-old from Southampton is explaining why he got involved in setting up Consult and Challenge - a group which strives to see disabled people involved in all decisions that affect them, from ground to government level.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Children are "missing out on fluoride"
CAMPAIGNERS have called for Hampshire's controversial fluoridation scheme to be scrapped after a damning report in a leading medical journal.
Bike friendly junction 'has made things worse' say cyclists
That is the message from cyclists in Southampton , who say a new junction designed to make it safer for them on a busy city route has actually done the opposite.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Council date for business advice
IF YOU run a small business or voluntary organisation you can find out how to secure more business at an event run by Southampton City Council and its private partner Capita at the Civic Centre on March 12, from 3.30pm to 6pm.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Watch out for rogue traders offering to remove dangerous trees
Across Hampshire, residents have extended helping hands to friends and neighbours so they can cope with the damage and destruction caused by storms and flooding.
Big Debate on art sell-off postponed
The Big Debate was due to take place at Southampton Art Gallery on Thursday, March 6, but will now be held at a new date to be announced.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
'Green travel' topic for business meeting
The Grand Harbour Hotel in Southampton will host an event to discuss ways in which businesses can use sustainable transport and reduce traffic congestion.
The Millbrook road works this morning
The A33 along Redbridge Road, Millbrook Flyover and Millbrook Road West is the subject or urgent work, according to Southampton City Coucil.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Make your views heard over health services
GPs in the city are inviting patients and their carers to join groups to discuss ear, nose and throat and musculoskeletal services.
Sell-off of Southampton's artworks up for debate
SHOULD Southampton 's city artwork be sold off? That's the big question that will be debated at a special event in Southampton next month.
Waste food to be used in war on poverty in Southampton
The city council and a local charity have teamed up to launch the Co-ordinated Re-Use Makes Business Sense project.
Southampton City College hair and beauty students showcase skills
Hair and beauty students created hairstyles and costumes for a troupe of models and finished their look with vibrant makeup.