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Shop owners pleads to keep licence to sell alcohol
Owners of a convenience store pleaded with councillors not to suspend their alcohol licence, despite serving booze to underage children three times.
Tue May 14, 2013
Cine-files: Harbour Lights, Southampton
Tucked away in the heart of Southampton's picturesquely-named Ocean Village, the Harbour Lights Picturehouse has been a rock of independent and world cinema in a city which, for its size, is under-served for alternative film choices.
Mon May 13, 2013
Labour pick Woolston by-election candidate
Christopher Hammond, who currently works as a Parliamentary Assistant to Southampton Test MP Alan Whitehead , was chosen by the party members.
Sun May 12, 2013
A Southampton family has branded their home a death trap after a terrifying blaze
That is the verdict of a traumatised mother forced to flee her Southampton home with her young family after a ferocious blaze tore through her kitchen.
Fri May 10, 2013
Bid on a share of A 2m cash pot in order to boost business
TRADERS and entrepreneurs are poised to bid for their share of a A 2m cash pot aimed at boosting businesses in Hampshire.
Maritime industry needs to be made the most of
BUILDING on the foundations of Hampshire's worldrenowned maritime industry is the key to galvanising the Solent's economic fortunes in the wake of the financial crisis.
Thu May 09, 2013
Taxpayers unimpressed by tax-raising councils creating more town hall tycoons
But against that backdrop of austerity, the Daily Echo can today reveal how many of Hampshire's top council officers have had pay packages worth more than A 100,000. Today the TaxPayers' Alliance has released its 2013 town hall rich list, featuring the latest figures for how many public servants earned more than A 100,000 in 2011-12. The TPA's ... (more)
Major city road link to be shut
One of Hampshire's busiest traffic links will be closed tonight as a mulit-million pound road scheme finally comes to an end.
Tue May 07, 2013
Bus firms under fire for hospital staff service
Major concerns have been raised by hospital staff working at Southampton General Hospital and the Princess Anne Hospital over the quality of service from First Bus .
Fri May 03, 2013
it Could save Hampshire families hundreds of pounds on fuel bills and create up to 760 new jobs.
An ambitious new scheme to plough up to A 50m of funding into tackling fuel poverty across the county could be launched later this year.
Wed May 01, 2013
University's recycling milk float Eco Ernie back on the road
Eco Ernie the recycling milk float is making his rounds again in Southampton this spring, continuing his relentless quest for student hand-me-downs and unwanted cast-offs. For the fourth year the Solent University and Southampton City Council project which encourages students to think green is back.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Eastleigh hires man who quit Southampton City Council while under investigation as bins boss
Andrew Trayer was removed from his A 75,000-a-year role at Southampton City Council after civic chiefs launched a confidential internal inquiry, as revealed by the Daily Echo.
Sat Apr 27, 2013
Mice infestation shuts takeaway
THE boss of a takeaway closed by environmental health chiefs following a mice infestation has vowed to clean up his act, despite claiming he is not to blame for the outbreak.
Drivers warned to avoid Redbridge roundabout roadworks
Saints fans are urged to avoid the M271 when heading to St Mary's for today's home clash against West Brom.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Southampton recognises International Workers' Memorial Day
SOUTHAMPTON City Council will fly its City of Arms Flag at half mast tomorrow outside the Civic Centre to mark International Workers' Memorial Day.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Council leader goes after 'cover-up'
The leader of Southampton City Council has resigned after an inquiry found he did not give "the whole story" over the resignation of one of his cabinet.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
Emergency services practising for major incident
Southampton City Council, Solent NHS Trust, emergency services and the British Red Cross will hold a live rest centre exercise at the Eastpoint Centre in Bursledon Road, Thornhill , between 9am and 2pm.
Sun Apr 21, 2013
Campaign launched against bus cuts
Those are the words from residents in Westwood Road in Southampton who face having the Bluestar P1 bus service axed.
VIDEO: Residents launch bid to buy pub
A group of 21 local residents have joined forces amid fears the The Bittern in Thornhill Park Road could be turned into a fast food restaurant or convenience store.