On January 22, Southampton City Art Gallery will open Royals to Ratcatchers: 200 Years of Power in British Portraiture , an exhibition curated by undergraduate history students from the University of Southampton.
Owners of a Bitterne Park cat are wondering why their pet has returned home having been shaved.
Many Highfield roads could see a 20mph speed limit introduced if proposals to Southampton City Council are approved.
Hundreds were arrested and more than 1,000 drivers stopped in Hampshire and Isle of Wight during a festive drink and drug driving crackdown.
Work is due to start this month on improvements to cycle and pedestrian facilities, and on traffic signals on St Mary’s Road.
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Athelstan Road is due to close for roadworks, with "delays likely", between Bitterne Road and Garfield Road on January 12-13.
It's understood the footpath around the Quay 2000 development in St Denys has now reopened following repairs. Photo: L.Weedy
Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious collision in Southampton last night involving a car and a pedestrian on Thursday (Dec 30).
Both sunshine and 'snow' featured at this year's 'Christmas in the Triangle' event on Saturday, and crowds enjoyed a variety of stalls, carol singing, food and drink, and even a quick visit to see Santa - in his traditional milkfloat, obviously! Read more to see our photo gallery.
Southampton City Council is consulting residents to “understand the impact of a proposed end to leisure services” at St Mary's Leisure Centre.
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Residents are being encouraged to “take the Harefield Bus Campaign Survey” because there’s “a real opportunity to improve Harefield’s bus service.
Rice Up Wholefoods, an independent store based at Hanover Buildings in Southampton, has launched a crowdfunder because it says it needs help to survive.
Councillors have approved plans to use a converted shipping container as a pizza kitchen and takeaway in the Bitterne Park Hotel garden.
By Maria Zaccaro, Local Democracy Reporter
Plans to expand Itchen College in Middle Road, Bitterne have been given the green light. Photo by Ardyer14 - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, Link
The booking system at Millbrook Household Waste & Recycling Centre is to be removed for a trial period after Christmas.
Southampton City Council has been awarded further £150,000 towards initiatives aiming to prevent violence against women and girls in public spaces at night.
Updated Signage both sides of Woodmill indicates the "road is closed here" from December 14 for three days. The closure doesn't appear to be listed on one.network's roadworks map. Southampton Travel told bitternepark.info: " The closure is for the removal of the scaffolding which is currently in place at the activity centre, there will be access for pedestrians and cyclists during the closure to vehicles."
Southampton Airport is appealing against Southampton City Council’s rejection of plans to fell some tall trees on the southern edge of Marlhill Copse.
Triangle Indian restaurant and takeaway Bitterne Balti has announced its closure.
This was the scene at the first high tide on Tuesday (Dec 7) at around 12.45pm, at a rather wet looking Riverside Park snapped from Cobden Bridge in driving rain. Read more for a larger pic.
One person was reportedly taken to hospital following a fire at a residential property in Bullar Road just after midday on Friday (Dec 3).
Debbie Chase, director of public health at Southampton City Council, has made a statement following four confirmed Omicron variant cases in the city.
Southampton Labour has selected Tony Bunday as the party’s Bitterne Park candidate for next year’s local elections.
Hampshire Constabulary and Thames Valley Police have launched ‘Operation Holly’ - their annual drink and drug driving campaign,.
A footpath around the Quay 2000 development in St Denys is due to be closed from Monday (Nov 29) for an estimated three weeks while work takes place.
Police have launched a short film as part of a renewed appeal for information about a missing woman nearly two years since she was last seen.
Work is due to start in St Denys from Monday (Nov 29) for up to three weeks, that will close the junction of Priory Road and Aberdeen Road to traffic.