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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.
Fawley power station plans

11-storey glass tower removed as £1bn Fawley housing scheme plans amended

AN 11-STOREY glass tower which was to form one of the most impressive landmarks in the Fawley power station redevelopment has been removed, under revised plans. Newly amended proposals submitted to New Forest District Council...

Schools grapple with restrictions as local Years 10 and 12 return

ONLY a quarter of a year group will be able to attend Lymington’s Priestlands School for classes at any one time when it reopens its doors to Year 10 students next week. Head teacher Peter...

Plea to scrap Lymington High Street parking charge plans in wake of coronavirus

HAMPSHIRE County Council is being urged to scrap plans to impose parking charges in Lymington High Street in the wake of the pandemic. The Lymington Society said the move would be “the last straw” for...
Oysetcatchers

Oystercatcher breeding hopes dashed as Mudeford nests found empty

  HOPES that oystercatchers would successfully breed at Mudeford for the first time in 50 years have been dashed after it appeared two nests in the area are now empty. There was great excitement after two...

Infant school closed for coronavirus told to reopen after two days

PENNINGTON Infant School is to reopen tomorrow (Wednesday) after it was judged safe to do so. As the A&T revealed, the school had to close just a week after partially reopening when a pupil tested...

School closes for two weeks after pupil confirmed with coronavirus

PENNINGTON Infant School has shut its doors after a pupil became ill with Covid-19 less than a week since partially reopening. A message shared by the neighbouring junior school’s Facebook page told parents the child...

Tasty ways to boost the immune system and beat the lockdown blues

AS the lockdown slowly eases, some of us may be feeling the effects of being cooped up with too little exercise and too many takeaways. But there are delicious ways both to get back to...

Police break up garden bar service at restaurant

A RESTAURANT in New Milton allowing customers to drink and eat in its large garden was ordered by police to stop or face losing its licence for flouting lockdown rules. Willow Barn, in Gore Road,...

Swans rescued after nearly drowning tangled in discarded crab line

TWO swans had to be saved by the RSPCA after becoming entangled in a crabbing line left by day-trippers. A passer-by raised the alarm after spotting the two birds in distress at Sturt Pond in...

School with ‘no social distancing’ sees most of its eligible children return

A SCHOOL which told parents “there is no social distancing here” has seen a huge number of its younger years pupils return this week. Oakfield Primary School in Totton has brought in safety measures including...
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