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Antonella Lazzeri

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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.

The Rev. Tasha is first woman vicar at Milford in its 850-year history

MILFORD is to get its own version of the Vicar of Dibley as it prepares to welcome the first female priest to take charge of the parish in its 850-year history. The Rev. Natasha Anderson,...

Clean up Lymington’s ‘neglected’ quay, council urged

CALLS have been made to urgently improve the appearance of Lymington’s “neglected” Town Quay. The Lymington Society has written to New Forest District Council describing the popular site as the community’s “jewel in the crown”...

New charter drawn up for professional dog walkers in the Forest

A PROFESSIONAL dog walking charter has been drawn up to encourage handlers in the New Forest to protect wildlife and pick up their mess. The document is also aimed at helping people looking to hire...

Traffic chaos fears as Somerford roundabout set for five days of roadworks

MOTORISTS fear traffic chaos in Christchurch while BCP Council carries out five days of repairs to Somerford roundabout. The council said it has planned road closures so drivers will not face long delays on the...

New Covid vaccination centre at BIC will be able to give 9,000 jabs a...

A REGIONAL vaccination clinic able to deliver thousands of Covid-19 jabs every week has been set up at Bournemouth International Centre. People from across Dorset, starting with the most vulnerable, will be contacted for an...

School pleads for laptops for third of its pupils without proper home-learning equipment

A SCHOOL has appealed for laptop donations to help about a third of its pupils without the right computer kit to learn from home during the lockdown. The request by Pennington Junior School inspired an...

Army veteran hit hard by friends’ deaths died in high-speed drink-driving crash

A VETERAN affected by losing friends on the battlefield was drink-driving when he was killed in a high-speed crash near Calshot, an inquest heard. Royal Engineers staff sergeant Gareth Carter (40) had completed tours of...

Farmer may have to cull chickens after egg demand plummets during lockdown

A POULTRY farmer whose trade with eateries and schools has been cut off by the lockdown is appealing to the public to buy his eggs amid fears he may have to cull some of...

Councils set for surge in pandemic postal votes for this year’s local elections

COUNCILS are gearing up for more people to vote by post in the local elections in May, due to the pandemic. On 6th May New Forest residents are set to go to the polls to...

Push for ‘dynamic, imaginative and proactive’ regeneration of Christchurch

THE approach to regenerating Christchurch must be dynamic, imaginative and proactive – so say the town’s six independent councillors who are have outlined key schemes they want to be considered by BCP Council. In a...
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