Updated: Political parties have started to reveal their candidates for the city council elections in May, when – unusually – all three council seats for each council ward will be up for grabs. Here’s what we know so far...
An ‘ungraded’ inspection of Bitterne Park School has concluded there’s no change to its current ‘Good’ ranking – although Ofsted said the result “might not be as high” under a ‘graded’, more detailed inspection, which it says will take place next time.
With news awash with stories about so-called Artificial Intelligence text generators, we asked ChatGPT to write about refreshment outlets in Bitterne Park. The result: we've decided to retain our enormous (human) editorial team. For now...
Plans have been submitted to the council by Three UK Ltd to put in telecoms equipment, including a 16-metre high monopole and equipment cabinets, on a grass verge on Mousehole Lane, near High View Way.
Scott Chilton, a 49-year-old police veteran with 31 years of experience, has taken up his position as Hampshire and Isle of Wight’s first ‘home grown’ chief constable, with a “commitment to provide exceptional local policing”.
Southampton Area Talking Echo (SATE), a charity that produces a free audio newspaper for visually impaired residents, is seeking three or four volunteers with a few hours to spare to help with administration duties.
It's goodbye from Sunday (Feb 19) to First's City Red buses in Southampton, and hello to several new Bluestar bus routes aiming to fill the gaps. Bluestar says many of these are the same as City Red's, but some route numbers will change.