The world's largest car carrier has arrived in Southampton as part of its maiden voyage.The Hoegh Target can carry 8,500 cars and has a deck space of 71,400 square metres - the size of 10 football pitches. It's owned by the same company of the ship that grounded in Southampton earlier in the year. But how safe is it? Our transport correspondent Mike Pearse reports.
Rolls-Royce, the luxury car maker based in Sussex, has unveiled its new masterpiece - the Dawn.
The very first Dawn was a midnight sapphire blue version, with a mandarin orange interior.
Nearly every car that leaves the Goodwood plant is made to order. The Dawn has a 6.6 litre engine, which propels the Rolls to 62mph in under five seconds.
And the cost? A cool £250,000...
The world's largest car carrier has berthed at Southampton as part of its maiden voyage.
The Hoegh Target has capacity for 8,500 cars and deck space of 85,394 square yards. She is visiting the Hampshire port on her journey from East Asia to Europe, and onwards via Africa.
Buying and selling over the internet has become the norm and there are lots of sites you can use, eBid webstore and of course the most famous eBay.
Well eBay is 20 years old today and you can pretty much buy everything on it. Over the years we have reported on some of the more unusual things that have gone on sale - as Sally Simmonds reports.
eBay is celebrating 20 years of buying and selling this month. But, it began as a hobby. Its first sale was a broken laser pointer pen.Read the full story ›
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Sunbathers on the famous Studland nudist beach in Dorset believed they've been spied on by a drone with a camera attached.
The drone is reported to have flown up and down the beach. A spokesman for the naturists said that several people had complained.
People sunbathing on the beach are worried about the use of any pictures. Anyone flying a drone over National Trust land would have to obtain permission - it's understood that no permission was sought.
Red Funnel Isle of Wight Ferries has rolled out a new high capacity wi-fi service across all its vessels and terminals in time for the peak summer season.
In addition to Red Funnel’s passenger vehicle ferries, customers using the Red Jet Hi-Speed fleet, which serves the company’s Southampton-West Cowes route at speeds of between 36-40 knots, will be offered free wi-fi for the first time.
Red Funnel was the first cross-Solent operator to introduce wi-fi for customers more than seven years ago.
Civil Aviation Authority issues "dronecode" after a number of recent incidents - including several near misses.Read the full story ›