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Brexit: advice for EU nationals working and living in the UK
There's the chance for EU nationals working and living in the UK to "hear the latest developments and possible implications for EU nationals of the UK’s decision to leave the European Union from a specialist immigration and human rights barrister" at a forthcoming workshop. More details here.
 
Local charity partnership collaborating to raise awareness of dementia support across Southampton
Age UK Southampton Logo copyAge UK Southampton, Alzheimer’s Society, Carers in Southampton and Age Concern New Forest are working together to run a free dementia awareness event next month for those with dementia, their carers and families and anyone wanting to find out more about the support available across Southampton and New Forest.
 
Junction Inn will be Southampton’s third ‘community asset’ pub
The Junction Inn, SouthamptonThe Junction Inn in St Denys will be only the third pub in Southampton to be registered as an asset of community value, giving the community an option to bid should it ever go onto the market, and making it harder to change the use of the building.

 

 
Portswood Police Station reopens to public
Portswood Police Station signCounter services will reopen at Portswood Police Station from July 19, while front counter services at Bitterne Police Station will stop from the end of July 16.
 
'Southampton people did Southampton proud'
southampton speaks by CWHundreds turned out for an anti-racist rally in Southampton on Saturday (July 2), to protest against far right groups which had been planning an event to celebrate Brexit, and which were expected to demonstrate under a ‘Refugees Not Welcome’ banner.

 

 
Brush up on your language skills in Portswood
There's the chance to flex your 'language memory muscles' at informal and free to attend Spanish and French conversation groups in Portswood, which move outdoors over the summer months.


 
Labour takes Portswood seat 'for first time in 35 years'
  Party retains control of Southampton City Council

Labour has held on to Southampton City Council following local elections on May 5, with the party's John Savage, left, winning the contested Portswood seat from Linda Norris (Conservative) by 255 votes. According to Labour it's the first time in 35 years the party has held a seat in the ward.
 
Portswood bank to slash opening hours
Portswood's remaining 'big four' bank, NatWest, has written to customers to tell them it's cutting opening times to just four hours a day from July 25.
 
Doctors strike in Southampton
nhs strike april 2016 guildhall sqHere was the youngest protester we found at the junior doctors' rally in Guildhall Square on Tuesday (April 26).
 
Tests find nitrogen dioxide levels average 50% over limit
smogmobile results 200pxNitrogen dioxide, a pollutant emitted from car exhausts which causes ill health and premature deaths, has been measured in parts of Southampton at an average 50% higher than the annual 'limit'.

 

 
Nominate your favourite green space for award
Southampton Commons and Parks Protection Society and The City of Southampton Society are inviting people to nominate their favourite park or green open space for this year’s Southampton Green Open Spaces Award.
 
Video: Pollution in Southampton - 'We really must now act'
cleanairvidscreenshot200pxSpeaking at the launch of Clean Air Southampton , co-founder Colin MacQueen said a special 'Smogmobile' vehicle had been monitoring air quality during the rush hour, and average readings were roughly 50% above safe limits.

Watch our video report here.

 
Portswood GP surgery rated Inadequate
Alma Road medical centre southamptonThe Care Quality Commission (CQC), which regulates health and social care in England, has put a Portswood GP practice into special measures.
 
Have say on new Common play area
Southampton Common paddling pool
The council is seeking suggestions on the planning of a new "natural play park and wet play areas" that will replace  the paddling pool on Southampton Common.
 
Residents sign up to run St Denys SpeedWatch scheme
priory rd 20 zoneResidents discussed St Denys traffic problems and volunteered to help run a SpeedWatch scheme at a meeting organised by Southampton Green Party on March 22.

 

 
Petition opposes public space protection orders in Southampton
Homeless detail by SLR Jester under CC2A new petition opposing public space protection orders in Southampton, which petitioners say "pose a threat to civil liberties and [criminalise] homelessness and begging," has been launched on website 38 Degrees.

 
Health checks can help to prevent problems
Did you know that you’re entitled to a free NHS health check if you're between the ages of 40 and 74?

 
Keep fracking decisions local – Southampton council leader
stop fracking by greensefa under CC2The leader of Southampton City Council has slammed suggestions that the government could take decisions about fracking away from the scrutiny of councils, calling the idea “appalling”.


 
Bookshop Alehouse looking good inside
IMG 20160214 201129As Southampton's latest micropub, The Bookshop Alehouse in Portswood, prepares to open on Wednesday (Feb 17), here's a sneak photographic look at the interior, taken at a preview event last the weekend.
 
MP concerned vulnerable people will be hit by cuts
portswood in rain mono cropped 200px by nick jamesAlan Whitehead, MP for Southampton Test (Lab) says he's concerned that services to vulnerable people in the city could disappear because of cuts.
Photo courtesy Nick James
 
St Denys Road: Car fails to stop after bike collision
police sign jacket abstractA man suffered minor injuries when he came off his bike during a collision with a car that failed to stop on St Denys Road on Thursday (Jan 28).

 
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