St Mary’s Church joins the ‘Open Together’ project to help the city’s homeless

St Mary’s Church joins the ‘Open Together’ project to help the city’s homeless

THIS winter, churches across Southampton are opening their doors to the homeless, in a bid to keep them warm during the coldest season.  St Mary’s Church Southampton is one of many churches which will be welcoming the homeless, whilst the...
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New proposal plans due to transform Southampton’s Mayflower Quarter

New proposal plans due to transform Southampton’s Mayflower Quarter

SOUTHAMPTON City Council have revealed proposal plans to build upon one of Southampton’s busiest areas. The council proposed plans earlier this year, however these plans fell through. The Southampton Itchen Conservative candidate, Royston Smith, claims that:...
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Southampton commuters face delays with an increase in Roadworks

Southampton commuters face delays with an increase in Roadworks

SOUTHAMPTON’s traffic takes another hit, with roadworks causing severe delays in peak travel times. The Avenue (A33) is one of the many roads which drivers are now purposefully trying to avoid in an attempt to miss the traffic congestion. Roadworks...
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Scammers con elderly man out of £4,100 – Could you be next?

Scammers con elderly man out of £4,100 – Could you be next?

AN ELDERLY man from Winchester has recently been conned out of £4,100 when a scammer, impersonating a Policeman, demanded the money after claiming he was investigating the elderly man’s bank account for counterfeit currency. The scammer even went as far...
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The damage tourism is having on Southampton’s City Parks

The damage tourism is having on Southampton’s City Parks

SOUTHAMPTON hosts summer festivals, boat shows, fireworks, marathons, concerts, Christmas markets and many more, but can the council keep up with the damage tourists leave? At the end of Summer, Southampton’s Mayflower Park and docks were hosts to the fa...
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Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention

by Eleanor Scott (@eleanorlucies) THURSDAY 10 October 2019 marks World Mental Health Day – a day which is dedicated to global mental health education, awareness and advocacy against social stigma. This years theme, decided by The Mental Health Foundation...
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Thornhill and Woolston transport boost with eco-friendly bus routes to the city centre.

Thornhill and Woolston transport boost with eco-friendly bus routes to the city centre.

by Eleanor Scott (@eleanorlucies) RESIDENTS in Thornhill and Woolston will no longer struggle to get into the City Centre thanks to a new and improved bus service. The new Bluestar bus route allows quick and easy transportation into Southampton city...
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Peace vigil to be held in Southampton to honour Christchurch victims

Peace vigil to be held in Southampton to honour Christchurch victims

THE MUSLIM Council of Southampton are tonight hosting a peace vigil in honour of the victims of the terror attack on the two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. The vigil begins at 6.45pm and will be held at the Peace...
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Westquay’s partner announces million-pound loss

Westquay’s partner announces million-pound loss

WESTQUAY’S partnering commercial property firm, Hammerson, have announced a dramatic million-pound drop in profit over the past twelve months. Hammerson confirmed they have seen their £143 million profit fall into a £266 million loss in the past year. ...
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Southampton’s air pollution highest yet

Southampton’s air pollution highest yet

SOUTHAMPTON has a serious issue which needs to be addressed – air pollution. The city’s air pollution rate is currently breaching the legal limit of nitrogen dioxide, meaning Southampton City Council could face serious fines and consequences if the...
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