Live updates

Controversial air pollution billboard hits Southampton

The billboard has a stark message

A controversial billboard which criticises the high levels of pollution in Southampton has been put up on one of the city's roadsides.

Pollution levels have been said to be responsible for one hundred and ten deaths in Southampton every year. The poster was paid for by the Healthy Air Campaign - members want to raise awareness of the threat posed by air pollution. According to NHS figures, pollution costs the city's health service fifty million pounds each year. Andrea Lee from the Healthy Air Campaign told ITV more about their aims.

Appeal for information after teenager raped in late-night attack

Credit: Hampshire Constabulary

Police are investigating reports a woman was raped after leaving a nightclub in Southampton.

The 19-year-old woman left the Jesters nightclub at around 1am on Sunday and was raped shortly afterwards. Officers believe the incident took place in the Bevois Valley area.

They've released a CCTV image of a man they want to talk to about the attack, as part of their enquiries. He was captured on CCTV at Jesters.

Credit: Hampshire Constabulary

Police say it was a busy night out for new students during Fresher’s week and believe someone will recognise the man.

They're asking anyone with information to call 101, quoting reference 44170370038.


Man exposes himself to teenage girls in alleyway

Police want to speak to this man Credit: Hampshire Police

Hampshire Police are trying to trace this man who exposed himself to two 13-year-old girls in Netley Abbey.

They've released this e-fit of a man, thought to be around 20, after the incident in an alleyway off of Moore Crescent, at 7.45pm on 11 September.

The incident happened off Moore Crescent

The man is described as being white, of a medium build, aged around 20, with messy blonde hair.

He was wearing beige trousers, a grey hooded top, Adidas trainers and was sat on a white bike.

No physical contact was made but the girls were upset by the incident.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police.


Police hunting driver who fled scene of three-car crash

Credit: Twitter user: @ffsStuart

Hampshire Police is hunting for the occupants of a car that flipped onto its roof after a three-car crash in Southampton.

Emergency services were called to Bitterne Road West at 9.23pm last night following a collision involving a Volkswagen Golf, a Ford Ka and a Vauxhall Corsa.

The Volkswagen Golf overturned, and its occupants fled the scene on foot. Police are trying to find them and are asking for anyone who witnessed the incident, or who has any information, to contact them on 101 quoting 44170344938.

No injuries have been reported.

Time-lapse footage shows transformation of old market

Work is progressing on a multi-million pound development in Southampton.

This time-lapse footage shows how the city's former fruit and vegetable market is being transformed.

The £60 million scheme off Queensway involves the building of more than 200 apartments plus commercial space.

Load more updates