Mauricio Pochettino's side moved eighth in the Barclays Premier League with a win at home to Norwich.
Southampton's Mauricio Pochettino believes the way his squad responded to the departure of Dani Osvaldo shows they have a "great future"
Southampton extended their unbeaten run to a fifth league match but couldn't secure a victory against Stoke.
Police investigating a burglary in Southampton are appealing for information about some distinctive items that were stolen. On Wednesday March 12, a flat in Lumsden Mansions, Shirley Road was broken into.
A number of extremely distinctive items were taken:
- a jade buddha approximately 12 inches tall
- several Chinese paintings
- five ivory bracelets (including two with unqiue Chinese decoration),
- a brass lion statue
- a Chinese sword
- an ivory jewelley box
- a set of silver 25 piece cutlery,
- one silver tea pot
- two ivory statues
- other several Chinese jade and stones decoration
DC Kate Gillingham who is investigating said: “These items are unique and have been collected by the family over a number of years. We’d like to hear from you if you have been offered any of these items for sale, or have seen them for sale anywhere. “
Police are investigating after an assault in Southampton which left a 20-year-old man with injuries to his face and hand.
Sometime between 1am and 2.30am on Friday, March 14, the victim is understood to have been attacked at Bedford Place while he was walking with friends to get a taxi.
They saw a group of men and women across the road shouting at them. A woman from the group came towards them. The next thing the victim recalls is waking up about 30 minutes later having been assaulted.
His injuries include a broken thumb which has required wiring and metal rods, a hairline fracture on his right cheekbone, a sprained neck, and bruising to his face. The victim was treated in hospital for his injuries.
We spoke to Andy Harmer from the Cruise Line International Association about the huge rise in people going on cruises from the South.
The region has seen a massive rise in cruise passengers, new figures have shown.
For the first time ever, more than one million people started a cruise in the UK, with many setting sail from Southampton.
This is a 10% rise on the previous year, according to the Cruise Line International Association.
Southampton is used by more cruise passengers than any other in Europe.
Portsmouth and Dover are also reported to have healthy passenger numbers too.
The number of people visiting the UK by cruise ships has increased whilst it's estimated that the value to the local economy is now £1 billion a year.
A Mexican woman who went missing from her home in Southampton last spring has been found safe and well. Gabriela Montanez, 25, disappeared from her home in Atherley Road on May 19 last year.
She was located on Friday, March 14 in London and police have spoken with her.
Disruption is possible to flights to and from Southampton Airport due to the fog. Passengers are advised to check the status of their flight with their airline. Delays and cancellations can be expected.
A fire at a Southampton hospital last night is being treated as arson.
A ward on the ground floor of the Royal South Hants Hospital was evacuated with around 30 patients moved to safety. Five patients suffered smoke inhalation.
It broke out at Antelope House on Brintons Terrace between 7pm and 8pm. A 36-year-old woman from Fareham is helping police with their enquiries.
Disruption to flights to/from Southampton Airport due to fog. Passengers are advised to check the status of their flight with their airline. There are delays and cancellations.
Two year old Callum Giles had to wait six hours on plastic chairs outside a ward at Southampton General Hospital because of a shortage of beds. Kerry Swain went to meet his parents.