MEMBERS of the public expressed concern over a lack of consulation over the future of primary care trusts in the NHS in Southampton.
It could be time for Tinky Winky and pals to hang up their handbags, turn off the custard machine and pack up Noo Noo - there's a new gang in town...
The unlikely combination of James Brown, Atomic Kitten and Rolf Harris are all topping the bill at this year's Gosport Music Festival. ANDREW WHITE spoke to organiser Peter Chegwyn about the event which has put Gosport on the musical map...
Today's Principal Arrivings: Gyundai No.106, ro/ro, 0600, 40; Le Castellet, vehicle carrier, 0600, 201 link; NYK Andromeda, container, 1015, 207; Ketty Brovig, container, AM, 205W; Jinsei Maru, vehicle carrier, 1230, 34/35; Grande Scandinavia, ro/ro, 1600, 202; P&O Nedlloyd Sydney, container, 2300, 204; HMS Portugal, container, 2359, 206.
UP TO 500 asylum seekers will be making their homes in Southampton as part of a new government-funded contract.
A FOUNTAIN dedicated to 56 years of peace since the Second World War has been unveiled in Southampton. The Queen's Peace fountain is the central feature in the city centre's East Park and marks the end of a five-year initiative by The City Of Southampton Society to raise money towards the £150,000 monument.
SUPERMARKET giant Sainsbury's today pledged that scores of workers at its doomed Fareham town centre store would not lose their jobs.
By gum! That's the real cost of clearing up a sticky situation on city streets
A SOUTHAMPTON recreation ground is set to be transformed into a top sporting venue with a private cash boost of £1.8 m.
A POPULAR lake has been declared a no-go area following an outbreak of potentially toxic algae.
A COMPLAINT against a New Forest councillor by a judge has been upheld, it was revealed today.
THE vice-chairman of a rail passenger watchdog group has told Railtrack and South West Trains to "pull their finger out" and adopt his "obvious" method of transporting football fans to the new Friends Provident St Mary's Stadium.
IT MAY seem surprising after a talk about the Lockerbie disaster, but Eastleigh and Winchester Victim Support members left their annual general meeting feeling reassured about air travel safety.
A 14-year-old boy has been sentenced to three-and-a-half years detention after carrying out a series of terrifying attacks on women drivers in Hampshire.
COUNCIL chiefs have refuted claims that treatment of two mentally ill men who killed after leaving care was solely down to them.
The future is black for undertaker Paul Capper, and that's just the way he likes it. ALI KEFFORD reports...