I managed to meet with the Minister of State for the Armed Forces to discuss various issues about military personel including Royal Air Force air traffic controllers working at NATS, in Swanwick
Hampshire fire chiefs have welcomed new life-saving legislation that will help prevent fatalities from cable entanglement in fires. The new requirement compels all new wiring systems to use metal, rather than plastic, to support cables in escape routes. Melted plastic trunking and fallen cables were found to be a contributory factor in the deaths of St Mary's [...]
I was honoured to accompany two of the city's unsung heroes on a recent visit to meet Samantha Cameron at Number 10 Downing Street. I joined Colin Oliphant and Darren Munday at a reception to celebrate and acknowledge the fantastic work done by volunteers and charities. Darren is the leader of the 23rd Itchen North [...]
Hampshire Fire and Rescue and Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue are celebrating a year of partnership. The two fire services have been sharing fleet maintenance thereby saving money while continuing to get the very best service provided by from Hampshire's state of the art facilities.
There's nothing particularly revealing about a group of political activists campaigning on the weekend - but everyone loves a campaign dog and we were joined by this cute chap to help keep spirits up
Peter Baillie, a Bitterne Park Conservative Councillor, has decided to step down from Southampton City Council in May this year. Councillor Baillie, has been the councillor for Bitterne Park Ward since 2002 and during his time on the council has been the Cabinet Member for Children’s Services and until 2012 the Cabinet Member for Housing [...]