Police say they’re aware of an “unauthorised encampment” at Riverside Park.
Residents were out in force on Monday evening (June 5) to show their opposition to Sovereign Housing Association’s plans to build 84 dwellings on the former St Mary’s School playing fields.
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U pdated : A sinkhole has appeared on St Catherine's Road, at its junction with Bond Road by Jupider store.
Police were called to the Triangle on Saturday (June 3) following reports of an early morning break-in at the Spar store. Library picture taken in 2021
There’s still no firm date for mending the popular Riverside Park pontoon, which has been broken and out of use for around four months.
God's House Tower is to showcase an immersive new art commission that promises a glimpse into a dystopian climate future.
Work at Belmont Road will mean overnight closures between Thomas Lewis Way and Portswood on St Denys Road from Monday (June 5).
The final report of a council inquiry, tasked with examining ‘Protecting, Preserving and Promoting the River Itchen’, comes under scrutiny at a city council meeting on Thursday (June 8).
A 22-year-old who already runs a barber’s at the Triangle says he’s enlisted football star Francis Benali to open his second site in Bitterne.
A group of men have been meeting to draw together since last September, and their work is now on display at God's House Tower (SO14 2NY) until Sunday (June 4).
No Limits, a Southampton-based young people’s support charity, is celebrating its 30th anniversary in June and is asking people to fundraise throughout the month by being active.
A new community art project, ‘Nature all around us’, inspired by a local wildlife competition, is on the cards around Bitterne Station.
The city council is looking for enthusiastic and creative young people who are keen to listen and talk to children about their reading and encourage them to complete the Summer Reading Challenge.
All Aboard festival is returning, bringing frolicks and musical shenanigans around the river in June. Read on to find out more, and listen to a chat with organisers about how it all began, and what staging the event involves...
Work to improve Bedford Place and pedestrianise Carlton Place is now complete, says Southampton City Council.
Children played, the cake was cut and colourful cards were displayed, alongside memorabilia including the original 1939 opening programme, at the still shut Cobbett Road Library’s 84th birthday celebration on Saturday (May 20). See previously and read more for larger image.
Portraits of people with connections to Southampton, including Chris Packham, Jane Austen and Craig David, feature in a new exhibition at Southampton City Art Gallery.
Southampton City Council has secured £1.2 million from the government’s Active Travel Fund, which supports the national delivery of walking and cycling infrastructure.
The Wilder Southampton Festival throughout June is a celebration of groups across the city who want to do wonderful things for wildlife.
The air ambulance helicopter was attracting onlookers in Riverside Park this morning (Monday, May 15). We understand it landed so the team could then attend an incident in town. More pics here.
The leader and cabinet for Southampton City Council has been formally announced following the recent local election.
Gas issues are affecting another Triangle business, with the Dhamaka Indian restaurant thought to have been closed for around a month as a result, and with no reopening date so far confirmed.
Volunteers didn’t get the chance to finally tot up contributions to the foodbank appeal in the Triangle on Saturday (May 13), but judging by the sea of bags in the Old Chemist back room, Bitterne Parkers had dug deep.
Updated: Police have launched an appeal after reports of cruelty to a duck in Riverside Park.
Non-profit group Touch Network is hosting a city-wide walk from Bitterne Park to the city centre on May 27, encouraging communities to celebrate how we overcome life's challenges.
Southampton-based youth charity No Limits has appointed Ellisha-Jade White as its first ambassador.
Solent NHS Trust has announced a “phased return” to its Belmont Road surgery in Portswood, but with no date yet for the return of GP appointments at the site. Image: Google
Plested Bakehouse will still open in the former Cotton bakery at the Triangle, according to its owners.