12pm TV Bulletin

12pm TV Bulletin

By Kathryn Waller Train Strike SU Bar petition Vegan Festival Isle of Wight Comic Con Donate Poppys  
read more
Cycle safety in Southampton

Cycle safety in Southampton

DO you feel unsafe cycling in the city? Are risk-taking cyclists getting on your nerves? Southampton City Council has invested £25 million pounds into a new strategy to get city residents to ditch their cars and cycle more. Plans to innovate...
read more
The popularity of veganism across Southampton

The popularity of veganism across Southampton

SOUTHAMPTONS first vegan festival invited every one of all ages to come and enjoy vegan food and learn about the local businesses who were contributors to the festival. As veganism is becoming a popular way of life, Southampton have a...
read more
Is advertising taking over social media?

Is advertising taking over social media?

OVER a third of social media users have said they would allow brands to use them for advertising in a variety of different ways, according to a new survey. 42% of Brits who have used social media in the past...
read more
Doc Martens coming soon to Southampton

Doc Martens coming soon to Southampton

A POPULAR shoe company will be joining Southampton very soon. Doc Martens is set to open up in the city centre on the 24th November. The store is located on the main high street in the below bar area, next...
read more
11am Radio Bulletin

11am Radio Bulletin

Presented by Larry Jones @skintlarry
read more
Southampton ranked in the top 10 most polluted cities

Southampton ranked in the top 10 most polluted cities

SOUTHAMPTON has been ranked one of the most polluted cities in the UK following a study completed to test air quality according to annual PM2.5 numbers (measured in micrograms). Southampton ranked at number 7, out of 51 UK cities, out...
read more
Charities accepting old pound coins as Remembrance Day and Children in Need approaches

Charities accepting old pound coins as Remembrance Day and Children in Need approaches

CHARITIES have been urging people to donate any leftover old £1 coins towards fundraisers including the Poppy Appeal and Children in Need. Last month’s deadline resulted in the round coin no longer being legal tender meaning they can’t be spent....
read more
Are we too stressed at work as a nation?

Are we too stressed at work as a nation?

WORK related stress, depression or anxiety have affected 526,000 workers within the past year with workload being the biggest cause according to reports by HSE this month. 236,000 of these are suspected to be new cases, with around 12.5 million...
read more
Remembrance in Southampton: what does the poppy mean to you?

Remembrance in Southampton: what does the poppy mean to you?

REMEMBRANCE Sunday is the national day to remember the men and women who have served their country in the Armed Forces. When many people think of Remembrance, they tend to only think of the veterans and the people who died...
read more
1 64 65 66 67 68 193