Two weeks since the nerve agent attack on a former Russian spy and his daughter, Salisbury is still suffering a slump in footfall.Read the full story ›
The number of people using foodbanks in the South East has risen by 20% in four years, according to the Green Party.Read the full story ›
An airport price war is expected as Eurostar launch a new service to Amsterdam. The first ever direct train ran to the Dutch capital today.Read the full story ›
The number of homeless people sleeping rough on the streets of Brighton has increased by 20%. A night shelter in the city is a 'lifeline'.Read the full story ›
Bournemouth Borough Council has vowed to remove 'anti-homeless' benches after a public backlash. More than 19,000 people signed a petition.Read the full story ›
More than 19,000 people have signed a petition to remove 'anti-homeless' bars from benches in Bournemouth town centre.Read the full story ›
It comes after the leader of Windsor and Maidenhead Borough Council called for rough sleepers to be cleared before the royal wedding in May.Read the full story ›
The plight of the homeless has been particularly acute over the last week as evening temperatures plummeted.
It's thought that more people will be sleeping rough this Christmas than ever before. But in Brighton a new European strategy to end homelessness has hit the streets - a city where rough sleepers have increased ten-fold since 2010.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to rough sleepers Paul Whiteman, Kayleigh Hannah and Chris Hughes, as well as organiser of Galvanise Brighton Kerry Holgate and volunteer Ellie Jack.
Protestors who say universal credit is leaving people in debt and facing eviction take to the streetsRead the full story ›
Southampton is already the country's busiest port and now it is getting even busier with the opening of a new car terminal.
The £50 million project will allow even more cars built in Oxford and Swindon to be exported around the world.
Richard Slee reports.
Richard spoke to Michael Rye, Wallenius Wilhelmsen Terminals, Alistair Welch, Director of the Port of Southampton and Rt Hon Greg Hands MP, Trade Minister.