Could a tram network help solve some of the south's traffic problems? It's been more than 50 years since the last tram ran in Southampton, but business leaders and politicians are now thinking about bringing them back. What do you think?
Alan Moulder is only four years old, but he is fighting against a rare form of blood cancer. We spoke to his mother Angela on how the support given by Oxford Children's Hospital has helped her and the family cope with her son's illness
Almost 8,000 motorists were caught using hand-held mobiles at the wheel in just a week during a major police operation. Thirty-six forces took part in the exercise. The figures have been released as a new crackdown started
Paediatric neurosurgeon Jay Jayamohan has performed surgery that has saved hundreds of children's lives. As BBC Oxford celebrate the work of Oxford Children's Hospital, our reporters followed the surgeon on a normal day at the office
Lauren Connelly died driving home from her first ever night shift as a newly qualified doctor. Tonight BBC Inside Out South investigates the impact long night shifts are having on a junior doctor's ability to drive home safely.
You can see the full story on BBC One 7:30pm. And join the conversation on Twitter @InsideOutSouth using #DrivingTired
People in Worthing who failed to block a 15 storey development on the edge of the beach say it will destroy the character of the town. The council says it's the only way to regenerate the old Aquarena site. But many residents believe it will set a precedent for other high-rise developments along the seafront
Earlier this week the leader, deputy leader, and another independent councillor from the executive group on the Isle of Wight resigned, saying that some councillors were too concerned with playing political games. It comes after a fairly stormy few years for the Island independents with defections and resignations, and earlier on Sunday Politics South our Politics Editor Peter Henley spoke to... View details ⇨
"Don't let a distraction from your mobile phone put you into this terrifying situation." A team of Firefighters from Oxforshire are continuing their online campaign to discourage people from using a phone behind the wheel. Eynsham Fire Station filmed this #360Video when they were training and say: "This gives you the opportunity to experience just how frightening it is to be involved in a road... View details ⇨