Noise pollution shortening lifespan of birds

Noise pollution shortening lifespan of birds

A NEW study from France’s National Centre for Scientific Research suggests that noise pollution can shorten the lifespan of birds. Nicki Woodcock reports on how this could be affecting the local wildlife in Southampton. Click the audio link below to...
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Southampton Cellar Pub rediscovers music roots

Southampton Cellar Pub rediscovers music roots

GOBLETS pub, Southampton, is planning on getting back into its alternative music ways. Around 15 years ago the pub, which is on Above Bar Street, played host to many local rock bands and was known as a Metal Venue of...
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Music in the City strikes a chord in Southampton

Music in the City strikes a chord in Southampton

AUDIENCES gathered at the weekend to celebrate music across Southampton in this year’s festival. William Sancroft reports. Saturday and Sunday saw the return of Music in the City. Thousands revelled in the sunshine and enjoyed great live performances from l...
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Bitterne Walk-In Centre to close

Bitterne Walk-In Centre to close

  AFTER one year of debates and discussions, it has been agreed that the NHS Bitterne Walk-in Centre is to close. Nathan Wiggett reports. More than 800 local residents signed a petition to keep it open, however the centre was deemed...
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Southampton man fundraises in aid of Syrian refugee crisis

Southampton man fundraises in aid of Syrian refugee crisis

As fundraising in aid of the ongoing Syrian refugee crisis continues, one man has gone the extra mile in an attempt to help those in need  Mo Missouri, who works as a cover supervisor in PRU schools in Southampton, travelled...
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Fears of cyber-bullying surround new social media app Peeple

Fears of cyber-bullying surround new social media app Peeple

PEEPLE, a controversial rate and rank app has been criticised due to fears the app could be used for cyber-bullying, public shaming and harassment. Dan Milner reports.
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Southampton’s growing plans for its first free school

Southampton’s growing plans for its first free school

SOUTHAMPTON is set to welcome its first free school next year. Hope Community School will open its doors next September after a conference was held by the trust this week. Our reporter Christian Bird spoke to the Labour Councillor for...
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Southampton hoping to lead the charge in electronic vehicles

Southampton hoping to lead the charge in electronic vehicles

ELECTRIC cars are said to be the future in the motor industry, and with a host of companies now producing these battery powered cars, how is Southampton coping with the rising popularity? Luke Hodgetts finds out more        ...
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Southampton Man Takes On The Paralympic Committee

Southampton Man Takes On The Paralympic Committee

HAMPSHIRE man Geoff Holt is adding pressure onto the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) to reinstate sailing to the games after a “catastrophic decision” was made to axe the sport in Tokyo 2022. Holt – who became the first quadriplegic yachtsman t...
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