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Antonella Lazzeri

Antonella Lazzeri
Senior reporter Antonella Lazzeri has returned to her local roots after decades of reporting around the world. A mum of one, she covers news, features and anything that readers think people should know.
Day for Girls Fordingbridge

Charity invites volunteers to get crafty in aid of Uganda girls project

A WORKSHOP to create hygiene kits for girls in Uganda is being held on Saturday in Fordingbridge. The event is in aid of the Days for Girls project which aims to provide teenagers with washable...

Fun and games as Sandy Balls holiday park marks centenary milestone

ONE hundred years of smiles, laughter and fun were celebrated at the Sandy Balls holiday park in the New Forest when it marked its centenary milestone. The festival at Sandy Balls in Fordingbridge offered a...
Sway wild play park

Wild play park hopes to beat the weather with second try at official launch

FAMILIES are being invited to the opening of a wild play area in Sway this weekend where they will get to try out a balancing snake, a giant wooden tunnel and mini-beast hotel. The park...

Two cows die after eating garden waste dumped in New Forest

TWO cows have died after eating grass and hedge cuttings which had been dumped on a verge in the New Forest. The animals died in agony, one just as the vet arrived to deal with...
HMS Pickle

HMS Pickle sailing into Lymington for Admiral Cornwallis celebrations

A REPLICA of the ship that carried the news of Lord Nelson’s death and great victory at the Battle of Trafalgar back to England will be open to the public when it docks at...

Lazy Lion pub aims to become the pride of Milford with relaxed relaunch

A MILFORD pub roared back into life this week as landlord Ian Robertson, who has been running the hugely successful Monkey House at Lymington, moved just a few miles down the road to launch...
Friars Cliff rope

Cyclist (63) suffers neck injuries from rope tied across beach path

A GRANDMOTHER was left with a broken collar bone and burn mark across her neck after she cycled into a rope deliberately stretched across the promenade at Friars Cliff Beach. Jan Binning (63), from Christchurch,...

Family of fire victim want a murder investigation

THE family of a woman found dead in bed after a fire are demanding police reinvestigate the case because they believe she could have been murdered. The badly burned body of Lorraine Sheppard (58), who...

Bride Amanda loses six stone ahead of big day

HAVING battled with her weight since she was a teenager, Amanda Hopwood was jolted into action after warnings from her GP that the extra pounds were seriously damaging her health. But she had an...

Village to salute one of the great naval heroes

ONE of the most momentous days in Milford’s history will take place next Friday with the commemoration of the 200th anniversary of the death of Admiral William Cornwallis – one of England’s greatest military...
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