'Cannabis factory' found at Pennine Road, Southampton
Police say about 250 suspected cannabis plants have been found at an address in Pennine Road, Millbrook
Fuel poverty campaigners slam 'profiteering' by energy firms
Campaigners calling for an end to fuel poverty staged a protest in sub-zero temperatures in Southampton
Boogie Nights after-show party at Chicago Rock Café
Boogie Nights opening day after-show party at Southampton's Chicago Rock Café with Shane Ritchie.
Norovirus warning as Southampton hospital ward closes
Southampton has seen a small rise in norovirus cases resulting in one ward at Southampton General Hospital being closed
Six criminal cases heard at a Southampton court
Our latest round-up of cases heard at Southampton Magistrates' Court
Rolls Royce owner in shock after giving car to jailed dealer
An 85-year-old man has no idea where his Rolls Royce is after the car dealer he instructed to sell it was jailed for fraud
Southampton City Council and British Gas row over tower block issues
Southampton City Council is set to take British Gas to court after building issues were found in tower blocks at Thornhill and International Way
Southampton: Emergency cold weather protocol activated
Southampton City Council has activated emergency protocol due to the cold weather
Southampton City Council to turn off streetlights for longer
A councillor has hit out at Southampton City council for their “utterly disgusting” decision to turn off street lights in the city for longer.
Cobden Bridge attempted murder case: Woman appears in court
A woman has appeared in court accused of attempted murder after two young children were rescued from the River Itchen near Cobden Bridge
Shirley Co-op theft: Man due in court after meat stolen
A Southampton man is due in court after £72 worth of meat was stolen from Co-op on Shirley High Street
Bitterne councillor Tony Bunday expelled from Labour Party
Cllr Tony Bunday who became Bitterne Park's "first-ever" Labour councillor in 2022 has been expelled from the party and is now sitting as an Independent
Mother in Southampton human placenta case 'likely' to be West African
A mother linked to a human placenta found on a pathway in Southampton is believed to be West African, police have confirmed
Why Hollywood star Cary Grant was often in Southampton
Cary Grant, who starred opposite Grace Kelly in Alfred Hitchcock's To Catch A Thief, was a regular traveller on Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary
Southampton man who knocked man out outside bar back in court
A Southampton man who knocked his victim unconscious outside Sharkey's Sports Bar has been brought back to court for failing to do unpaid work
Bartley C of E Primary School's latest Ofsted inspection
Staff, pupils and parents at Bartley C of E Primary School are delighted after receiving great feedback from a recent Ofsted inspection.
Bluestar bus operator named best in the UK at awards
Bluestar, the bus operator providing services in Southampton, has won three accolades at this year's UK Bus Awards
Southampton man dies suddenly and niece pays tribute
A niece has paid a heartfelt tribute to her uncle Keith Morris after he died on Redbridge Hill in Southampton
Southampton: Anthony Arnold jailed after escaping police at hospital
A prisoner who escaped from police custody at a Southampton hospital, sparking a week-long manhunt, has been jailed for 33 weeks.
Parents raise thousands for new equipment at Portswood Rec
A Portswood volunteering group is appealing for funds to get new play equipment at Portswood Recreational Ground after equipment was removed from the park.