Controversial plans to sell off parts of Southampton Athletic track have been met with dismay by its members. With major redevelopment needed for the stand and changing rooms, and a cut in funding from central government, finding the money for the plans is proving difficult.
By Chris Woods, Sam Wells and Reuben Lambert-Jarvis Southampton Hockey Club enjoyed success last year from both the men’s first team and women’s second team with both sides gaining promotion from their leagues. They have six men’s teams and five women’s teams at an adult level as
As students complain of slow internet, broadband companies are ‘falsely advertising superfast internet speeds’
When asked about their broadband speeds, a mere 7 out of 65 Southampton Solent students said their internet worked at the speed it promised to in their homes. By Naomi Chaplin. Consumer watchdog Which? has called for regulators to change the way broadband services are
During 2013-2014 more than 170 adults were caught without a TV licence in Southampton. With Southampton’s population being greatly student based, figures show 90% of undergraduate ‘freshers’ are being targeted for dodging TV licence fees, Kirstie Chambers reports. Post War June 1946, the television licence
Southampton city council has funded stress buster walks on the Southampton common. They run throughout the week and begin at the Hawthorns Wildlife Centre. The council hope the walks will promote a healthy life style. Our reporter, Jessica Welton talks to the leader of the
There are people from many different cultures living side by side in Southampton. Alba Asenjo has been visiting the Sikh community and seeing how eating together is an important part of their faith.
SOLENT Tennis team head into Wednesday’s derby clash against the University of Southampton 2nds, attempting to record three successive leagues wins, for the first time since the 2007/2008 season.
By Ryan McEvoy SOUTHAMPTON Solent University is a hotspot for international students, and the basketball team is no exception. With only three British players currently in the squad, the heavy majority of the group come from overseas – proving that there is something about Solent
IN England American football is expanding with the NFL playing three games a year at Wembley.
THERE will be more than just bragging rights on offer when Southampton Solent tennis team entertain their city rivals this weekend. For Team Solent it represents a new dawn, a new chance to put last season’s miserable campaign behind them. Finishing bottom of the BUCS