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Plans to introduce community transfer asset strategy due to be decided by Southampton City Council
Plans to introduce a community transfer asset strategy were due to be decided on by the city council Cabinet today.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
SUPERMARKET giant Morrisons has withdrawn its application for a new store in Southampton.
As revealed in Thursday's Daily Echo, the plans sparked anger among the community and the late licence application was due to be heard by Southampton City Council .
Hampshire Council to fit dimmable street lights in effort to cut costs
Thousands of street lights in Hampshire and Southampton will be fitted with new energy-efficient bulbs as part of a drive from county and city authorities to reduce carbon emissions.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Overgrown city cemeteries 'upset relatives'
Steve Plumridge said he was brought to tears at the state of Hollybrook Cemetery in Tremona Road as he and his partner Noreen Ockleford visited the grave of her late father.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Free health checks in bid to cut early death toll
THOUSANDS of people across Southampton are to get free health checks from GPs after it was revealed that the city had a "shocking" number of early deaths due to bad living.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Uncommon Ground, Southampton City Art Gallery, UK
In the summer of 1967, Richard Long, then only 22, took a train from Waterloo Station and found an empty field outside London.
No complaints at dimming lights
"DON'T panic." That's the message to Southampton residents from the deputy mayor of a town which has had its lights dimmed.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Shocking number of early deaths - due to city's poor health
THE HEALTH Secretary today condemned the "shocking" number of early deaths caused by bad living in Southampton - compared to the rest of Hampshire.
'Give us a splash park at former boating lake site!'
Those are just some of the suggestions the public have put forward to replace the former boating lake at Southampton Sports Centre.
Green light for new A 25m building at college
ITCHEN College bosses have received the go-ahead from Southampton City Council to create a new base for students training towards emergency services and military careers.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Camp Bestival children's disco in Southampton tomorrow
CELEBRATING Camp Bestival 2013's Around The World theme, the team are presenting the ultimate in kids discos - the Camp Bestival Around The World Tour! The inaugural kids disco tour, which comes to Southampton City Art Gallery tomorrow between 10.30am and 1.30pm, will feature cool music for cool kids, a supersized ghettoblaster, a dance instructor ... (more)
Mon Jun 03, 2013
Bid to stop sulphur development farce being repeated
That was the warning from council chiefs ahead of launching a new scheme empowering residents to challenge potentially harmful and contentious developments being built at Southampton Docks.
AFC Totton fans are urged to save their club
FANS of a crisis-hit Hampshire football club have been urged to get behind their club to save it from extinction.
Wed May 29, 2013
Former centre boss secretly took sensitive details of 2,500 clients
A FORMER council leisure centre boss secretly gathered confidential computer records with personal and medical details of nearly 2,500 clients for his own use, a court heard.
Tue May 28, 2013
Sulphur company boss flies in to defend plans
A TOP boss at a multimillion pound global firm will today defend plans to install a controversial sulphur plant in Southampton .
Mon May 27, 2013
City's booze shame
SOUTHAMPTON is one of the worst places in the country for booze-fuelled youths ending up in hospital because they are so drunk, the Daily Echo can reveal.
Thu May 23, 2013
Southampton City Councillor Linda Norris pays tribute to mum
Linda Norris told Southampton Coroner's Court how her mother Gladys May Weeks had been living with her since the previous August after a deterioration in her health.
Wed May 22, 2013
Hampshire's tourist attractions hosting LEGO trail
SOME of Hampshire's biggest tourist attractions are hosting a LEGO trail this half term with large scale replicas of landmarks.
Wife charged with attempted murder of husband
Sally Stickland, 72, is accused of trying to kill John Stickland, 73, who was found with serious head injuries on a grass verge in West Common, Langley, by members of the public at around 12.45pm on Saturday.
Art deco explored
THERE'S a chance to find out more about Southampton 's art deco buildings with a tour of the Civic Centre and a talk on stylish cinemas, industrial buildings and houses.