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Bailiffs break into pawnbrokers instead of ice cream parlour

Daily Echo: Kevin Old outside the Cash Generator store

10:01am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

A TEAM of bailiffs in broke into a pawnbrokers to collect some debts - although they were meant to be trying to get into an ice cream parlour

Brewery plan gets green light for historic landmark

Daily Echo: Stewart Cross, Aidan Lavin and Mandy Lacey- Cross celebrate their Dancing Man Brewery being granted permission to become a micro-brewery.

9:26am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

The Wool House in Town Quay will be converted into a brew house and restaurant after city planners gave proposals the green light.

Southampton City Council’s new ‘nerve centre’ for child protection

Daily Echo: Domestic violence rates in Bexley soar by 14 per cent

10:30am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

A NEW service to help hundreds of vulnerable children in Southampton has been launched as part of a radical shake-up of children’s services in the city.

City celebrates St George's Day

Daily Echo: St George's Day in Southampton

9:04am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

IT was a call to the city to celebrate part of its history – and Southampton has responded.

Suspended sentence for drug dealer

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6:00am Wednesday 23rd April 2014

POLICE discovered a bag of drugs under a door at a flat in Southampton’s inner city when they went to see a man in relation to another matter.

True cost of teenage pregnancy problem more than £4m per year

Daily Echo: True cost of teenage pregnancy problem more than £4m per year

7:00am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

THE true cost of Southampton’s ongoing problem with teenage pregnancy runs to more than £4m a year the Daily Echo can reveal.

The £150,000 road that’s ‘an embarrassment to Southampton’

Daily Echo: The £150,000 road that’s ‘an embarrassment to Southampton’

10:16am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

IT IS THE bumpy £150,000 road that has been branded “an embarrassment” to Southampton.

Charity walk planned in memory of boy who died just 19-days old

Daily Echo: Amy and Richard Fraser and family are organising a walk in memory of baby William who died just 19-days-old

6:00am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

HE was just 19 days old when he lost his battle with one of the cruellest diseases.

Gang of cigarette thieves strikes again

Daily Echo: Police at Hollyoak Stores in Holly Oak Road after the theft

5:00am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

A GANG of cigarette thieves have struck again - the second time in just 48 hours in Southampton.

Car overturns on to roof during rush hour

Daily Echo: The overturned vehicle at on Providence Hill. Photo by @HantsRoadsPol

10:46am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

A CAR ended up on its roof following an accident in Southampton this morning.

Walking in William’s memory

Daily Echo: Baby William

10:46am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

HE was just 19 days old when he lost his battle with one of the cruellest diseases.

Decision due on future of Wool House

Daily Echo: The Wool House.

10:40am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

BREWERY bosses will find out today whether they will be able to transform one of Southampton’s oldest buildings.

Nearly time to celebrate, by George!

Daily Echo: Nearly time to celebrate, by George!

10:55am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

THE big day is almost here.

High earners ‘less generous’ says Southampton research

Daily Echo: High earners ‘less generous’ says Southampton research

10:31am Tuesday 22nd April 2014

HIGHER earners are less inclined to give to charity, according to research by the University of Southampton.

The Voice auditions coming to the city

Daily Echo: The Voice auditions coming to the city

12:42pm Monday 21st April 2014

ONE of TV’s biggest talent shows is coming to Southampton to look for the UK's next singing sensation.

Scientists a step closer to making sci-fi technology a reality

Daily Echo: Star Trek's Mr Spock with a tricorder

1:14pm Monday 21st April 2014

IT was an intergalactic scanner used to diagnose patients in the Star Trek universe but Southampton scientists have taken one step further in making the “tricorder” a reality by aiming to develop a handheld diagnosis device.

Surgeon calls for 'absolute transparency' from NHS

Daily Echo: Tim Underwood, consultant surgeon at Southampton General Hospital

5:36pm Monday 21st April 2014

A HAMPSHIRE surgeon has called for “absolute transparency” in the NHS giving patients a chance to see “the person behind the scrubs and gloves”.

'Mini port' builder gets tour of the real thing

Daily Echo: Clive Curtis, front, receives the crest of the Port of Southampton from ABP director Nick Ridehalgh, left, with his wife Debbie and operations director Stuart Marsh

3:52pm Monday 21st April 2014

HE built his own version of Southampton dockyard in his spare bedroom – despite having never stepped on board a ship.

Choir raising voices to raise funds for good causes

Daily Echo: The Living Lordswood Community Choir and choirmaster Ian Williamson.

11:58am Monday 21st April 2014

IT was inspired by a TV reality show and now a Southampton residents’ choir is hitting more fundraising notes to help a wide cross-section of the community.

Long-standing club could be replaced by flats

Daily Echo: Freemantle Social Club is under threat

5:00pm Monday 21st April 2014

A LONG-STANDING social club could be replaced with flats.

Student wins prestigious screenwriting competition

Daily Echo: Rupert Aspden, 23, won The Sitcom Mission competition and will have a sitcom aired on BBC Radio Bristol

1:16pm Monday 21st April 2014

A SOUTHAMPTON university student has won a prestigious scriptwriting competition after beating hundreds of people to the prize.

Women shave heads for charity

Daily Echo: Tetrina Campbell, left, and Sue Armour

11:13am Monday 21st April 2014

A PAIR of Hampshire women have shaved off their flowing locks in the name of charity.

Bridge could link shopping centre to new development

Daily Echo: The latest designs for the £70m Watermark scheme

5:15pm Monday 21st April 2014

A NEW pedestrian bridge could link Southampton’s WestQuay Shopping Centre to the £70m Watermark development.

Popular restaurant could be replaced with flats

Daily Echo: The Supper Rooms in Swaythling could be turned into 17 flats

10:29am Monday 21st April 2014

A POPULAR Southampton restaurant could be knocked down to be replaced with flats.

Action-packed day on the water this weekend

Daily Echo: RYA Push the Boat Out weekend at Ocean Village Marina

5:20pm Monday 21st April 2014

BOATING enthusiasts in Southampton can enjoy an action-packed day out on the water this Saturday for a youth sailing charity.

Community groups join forces to save benefits and employment service

Daily Echo: Southern Daily Echo

5:06pm Monday 21st April 2014

COMMUNITY groups have joined forces to save a benefits and employment help service in Hampshire.

Shoppers sent back to the 1980s

Daily Echo: Staff at a Southampton Specsavers dress up in 1980s attire for charity

4:29pm Monday 21st April 2014

CUSTOMERS at a Southampton opticians found themselves transported back to the 1980s when staff held a fundraiser for charity.

Pop-up choir appealing for members for charity concert

Daily Echo: Fiona Funnell is looking for singers of all ability to join the choir

12:04pm Monday 21st April 2014

SOUTHAMPTON residents have the chance to stretch their vocal chords this spring – and help a charity in the process.

St George visits Southampton ahead of the patron saint's day

Daily Echo: 'St George' is ready for action at The Bargate

10:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

Southampton has long been known as the home of the Saints, but how much do people know about England’s patron saint?

Bus blockade was 'over financial dispute'

Daily Echo: The scene at the Eastleigh bus depot

6:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

A HAMPSHIRE bus service was blocked in its depot yesterday after a financial dispute erupted between the firm and its mechanics.

Dementia sufferers may be priced out of key day centre services

Daily Echo: Jim and Valerie Gorman could lose out on vital time at a Southampton day centre due to price increases

9:30am Saturday 19th April 2014

AN elderly Hampshire couple may lose out on a key service after its price looks set to double.

Bus service 'blocked in at its depot'

Daily Echo: Gates are blocked off at Velvet's depot in Eastleigh

12:35pm Friday 18th April 2014

A HAMPSHIRE bus service has been blocked in its depot after a financial dispute between a firm and its mechanics.

D-day for Wool House brewery decision

Daily Echo: The Wool House on the corner of Bugle Street and Town Quay in Southampton

7:00am Friday 18th April 2014

PLANS to create Southampton’s first brew house in a historic city building will be decided next week.

Community rallies for St George's Day celebrations

Daily Echo: Community rallies for St George's Day celebrations

11:20am Friday 18th April 2014

HUNDREDS of people have answered a rallying call to show pride in our nation.

'Immigration Street' makers deny offering 'bribes' to residents

Daily Echo: The film crew in Derby Road on Tuesday

6:00am Thursday 17th April 2014

THE team behind a controversial TV documentary being filmed in Southampton have denied offering “bribes” to residents to get them to take part in the show.

War Horse is biggest hit ever for Mayflower

Daily Echo: War Horse is biggest hit ever for Mayflower

10:43am Thursday 17th April 2014

WAR Horse has become the most successful show in theatre history in Southampton, the Daily Echo can reveal.

Pneumonia death inquest

Daily Echo: Southern Daily Echo

10:49am Thursday 17th April 2014

A SOUTHAMPTON grandad died after contracting pneumonia combined with an infection from a long-standing leg ulcer, an inquest was told.

We don't want new Benefits Street show here say city leaders

Daily Echo: We don't want controversial show here say city leaders

7:28am Wednesday 16th April 2014

“WE don’t want it here.” That’s the call from senior figures in Southampton as a controversial documentary company aims to focus on immigration in the city.

New location for city's Spitfire tribute

Daily Echo: The the Spitfire memorial is expected to look

4:00am Wednesday 16th April 2014

SOUTHAMPTON’S long-awaited tribute to the Spitfire has a new home.

'Wheelie' biker died after 78mph crash

Daily Echo: Paul Whitlock who died after a motorbike crash.

10:20am Tuesday 15th April 2014

A motorcyclist lost control of his bike after performing a wheelie before crashing at 78mph, an inquest heard.

World first to help ease pain for amputees

Daily Echo: A prosthetic leg

10:45am Tuesday 15th April 2014

SOUTHAMPTON experts have developed a world first that could ease pain for thousands of amputees and prevent dangerous sores.

Southampton is 'the Heathrow of cruise ships'

Daily Echo: Southampton has proved itself to be the cruise capital of the UK.

10:50am Tuesday 15th April 2014

SOUTHAMPTON has been dubbed the “Heathrow of cruising”

Crash survivor conquers Marathon

Daily Echo: Ben Wagon

10:07am Tuesday 15th April 2014

A man who overcame life-threatening injuries after a car crash has defied the odds again by completing the London Marathon.

Gang jailed for luring teenager to attack

Daily Echo: Park on Southampton Common

5:30am Monday 14th April 2014

A GANG of violent thugs are today behind bars after “luring” a teenager to a Southampton park and unleashing a frightening attack on him.

Late-night levy plan for bars and nightclubs

Daily Echo: Drinkers outside bars in Southampton

11:00am Monday 14th April 2014

PLANS for a controversial late-night levy on Southampton’s bars and clubs are set to go out for consultation.

Taxpayers' cash to be moved from crisis hit bank

Daily Echo: Rev Paul Flowers

10:24am Monday 14th April 2014

Council bosses are set to leave the crisis-hit Co-operative Bank and find a new home for millions of pounds of taxpayers’ cash.

Diabetics’ quality of life gets a lift

Daily Echo: An insulin pump

11:10am Monday 14th April 2014

IT’S a revolutionary new service that could help thousands of people battle a potentially life- threatening disease.

Daily Echo's Child of the Year winner still has that winning smile

Daily Echo: GREAT GRIN: Leighton Kerr now with his proud dad Jason

10:26am Monday 14th April 2014

AS a one-year-old he was dubbed the cutest child of the year.

Southampton's 1447 town seal on show

Daily Echo: The medieval town seal for Southampton.

10:23am Monday 14th April 2014

IT’S a rare object that gives a glimpse into the history of Southampton.

New centre to help city jobseekers

Daily Echo: Southampton Sheriff Sue Blatchford with charity staff at the launch

11:49am Monday 14th April 2014

Shaw Trust CDG has opened its new centre in Charlotte Place, Southampton, which will help the long-term unemployed and people with disabilities find work.

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