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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.

‘Sharp as a tack’ Stella beats Covid to reach her century

TO be diagnosed with Covid-19 two days before your 100th birthday would leave most people reeling. It certainly worried the family of great-grandmother Stella Hunt who celebrated the century milestone last Saturday. But when they...

Teacher Marie learns her lesson in losing more than nine stone after health shock

DEPUTY head teacher Marie Loftus felt like a star pupil for losing a whopping nine-and-half-stone after being inspired by the realisation that her weight was a huge health risk. Marie, from Totton, burst into tears...

New designs unveiled for Lymington Quay toilets revamp – with cafe and roof terrace

FRESH plans have been unveiled to replace the dilapidated toilet block on Lymington’s Town Quay with a café or wine bar, complete with roof terrace to enjoy views of the river. New Forest District Council...

New Forest named fifth best national park in Europe

NEW Forest tourism bosses are celebrating after the national park was named the fifth best in Europe. It was ranked highly in the annual Tripadvisor Traveller’s Choice Best of the Best Awards 2021, giving a...

Hospice opens up bed space to ease pressure on hospitals during Covid pandemic

OAKHAVEN Hospice has opened four extra beds to take patients from under-pressure NHS hospitals battling the pandemic. The Pennington charity will be taking in people who have tested negative for Covid-19 and are medically fit...
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New ‘long Covid’ clinic opens at Lymington hospital

LYMINGTON hospital has a new clinic for people suffering from so-called “long Covid” months after contracting the virus. The service, which is referral only and cannot offer walk-in appointments, is one of several launched across...

Hurst Castle in need of ‘urgent’ erosion repairs

HERITAGE experts are carrying out “urgent” repairs to the east wing of the landmark Hurst Castle where it is being undermined by coastal erosion. However, fears that without the work the 15th century building, near...

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...
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