A father from Hampshire is calling for a change in the law after he was denied a seat on an aeroplane - and missed his son's graduation ceremony.
David Podger paid almost 150 pounds for his Eastern Airways flight from Southampton to Leeds, only to be told after check-in that the flight was full.
And David's not alone. Earlier this month, EasyJet apologised when a 15-year-old schoolboy from Worthing - travelling alone - was removed from a flight at Gatwick.
It's estimated around 50 thousand passengers are bumped-off flights every year - and it's legal. Chloe Oliver reports:
It's a year since Theresa May took office as Prime Minister- is she still popular in Warwick Road, where she visited on the campaign trail?Read the full story ›
It's been a year since Maidenhead MP Theresa May became Prime Minister.
During the election campaign she wasn't a regular visitor to the South but she made an impact when she was here.
She famously took part in a planned canvassing exercise in Southampton.
Rachel Hepworth has been re-tracing her steps, one year on.
Phil spoke to Kit Malthouse, MP for North West Hampshire.
Hampshire Police are looking for a man with a serious health condition who has gone missing from Southampton General Hospital.
37 year-old Arkadijs Petrov from Southampton walked out of the hospital on the afternoon of Monday 10th July. He was being monitored there because of his condition. Officers say there is a "serious threat to Mr. Petrov's health" if it is left untreated.
“We need to find Arkadijs as soon as possible as medical staff have told us there is a serious threat to his health without treatment.
“We are releasing a passport photo of him and are asking if you have any information about where he may be, or think you have seen him since 1pm yesterday (Monday 10th July 2017) , to please call us on 101 quoting 4417064315.”
CCTV has been released of a man police want to talk to after four bottles of wine were taken from a shop in Southampton.
When the the man was confronted by a member of staff at the Co-Op on Harbour Parade he said he had a knife and would stab him, he then left the shop.
The incident happened at around 9.45pm on Saturday 17th of June.
Anyone with information is asked to call Hampshire Police on 101.
I would urge anyone who recognises the man in the CCTV to get in touch with us as soon as possible."
Around 30 firefighters are currently tackling a blaze at a recycling plant in Southampton.
Crews from four fire stations were called at around 2.34am to Belvidere Road, which has been closed in both directions by the emergency services.
The fire was found in the storage area.
Crews from St Mary's, Hightown, Redbridge and Eastleigh are all in attendance.
A specialist environmental team is also at the scene.
Belvidere Road closed by emergency services dealing with a fire. Please avoid the area of Victoria St, Rochester St and Belvidere Terrace
A fire has destroyed the roof of two houses in Southampton. It broke out at around 4am in Poole Road.Read the full story ›
Members of the public are being asked to name P&O Cruises' newest ship, due to come into service in 2020Read the full story ›
Police investigating an attempted rape that happened in Southampton in December last year have released an efit of a man they want to speak to.
It was a reported a man attempted to rape a 26-year-old woman at a home in Southampton on Sunday 4th December after meeting on a night out.
The man we would like to trace called himself both Tom and Ali and is described as:
- Slim build
- 5’ 5”
- Short brown hair, longer on top and swept to the side
- Mole on left cheek
- Green eyes
- Local accent with a deep voice
“I would like to appeal to the public to help identify this man. I know this was some time ago now, however you might recognise the description or the E-fit? Please get in contact.”
Police have released E-fits of two men they would like to identify in connection with a distraction burglary incident in Southampton.
A woman in her 80s answered her door in the Shirley area to two men who offered to carry out guttering improvement work.
Whilst one of the men talked to the woman about the work, the other man searched her home.
Both men left having stolen a quantity of jewellery including gold rings, chains and bracelets.