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Christmas work-from-home plans drawn up as Omicron Covid variant spreads

08 December 2021
Christmas work-from-home plans drawn up as Omicron Covid variant spreads

Christmas work-from-home plans drawn up as Omicron Covid variant spreads

08 December 2021

THE government is drawing up new work-from-home plans in an attempt to slow the spread of the Omicron variant, it was reported today.


Hythe mum jailed for life for murdering her newborn

02 December 2021
Hythe mum jailed for life for murdering her newborn

Hythe mum jailed for life for murdering her newborn

02 December 2021

A HYTHE mother who left her newborn son to die in woodland in the New Forest has been jailed for life, with a minimum of nine years.


How much plastic and how much chocolate is in your selection box

15 November 2021
How much plastic and how much chocolate is in your selection box

How much plastic and how much chocolate is in your selection box

15 November 2021

We investigate the best and worst selection boxes on offer for the amount of plastic waste in comparison to the chocolate inside.


Where to pay your respects this Remembrance Day around the New Forest and Christchurch

12 November 2021
Where to pay your respects this Remembrance Day around the New Forest and Christchurch

Where to pay your respects this Remembrance Day around the New Forest and Christchurch

12 November 2021

TOWNS and villages across the New Forest and Christchurch will join the nation in commemorating the fallen on Remembrance Sunday, 14th November.


Inquest opens into alleged murder victim Max Maguire

11 November 2021
Inquest opens into alleged murder victim Max Maguire

Inquest opens into alleged murder victim Max Maguire

11 November 2021

A FATHER allegedly murdered in Lymington suffered a stab wound to the chest, an inquest heard.


Esso faces six-figure fine over hazardous gas leak at Fawley refinery

09 November 2021
Esso faces six-figure fine over hazardous gas leak at Fawley refinery

Esso faces six-figure fine over hazardous gas leak at Fawley refinery

09 November 2021

BETWEEN 15 and 21 tonnes of hazardous gas leaked into the atmosphere at Fawley oil refinery after a "major" safety lapse, a court heard.


Watch as Fawley chimney demolition goes with a bang

31 October 2021
Watch as Fawley chimney demolition goes with a bang

Watch as Fawley chimney demolition goes with a bang

31 October 2021

WATCH the moment the final stage in the demolition of Fawley power station took place.


Battle-scarred DB5 unveiled at Beaulieu's latest James Bond exhibition

22 October 2021
Battle-scarred DB5 unveiled at Beaulieu's latest James Bond exhibition

Battle-scarred DB5 unveiled at Beaulieu's latest James Bond exhibition

22 October 2021

SCHOOLCHILDREN visiting the National Motor Museum got an unexpected bonus when Lord Montagu unveiled a battle-scarred James Bond Aston Martin DB5.


UK's traffic light travel system scrapped

04 October 2021
UK's traffic light travel system scrapped

UK's traffic light travel system scrapped

04 October 2021

NEW rules introduced to make travel to the UK “easier and cheaper” have come into force.


Promotion beckons for superb Sway after seeing off Parley

23 August 2021
Promotion beckons for superb Sway after seeing off Parley

Promotion beckons for superb Sway after seeing off Parley

23 August 2021

A BRILLIANT performance with bat and ball saw Sway beat Parley to usurp the visitors and slide into a promotion spot.


Climate protesters Extinction Rebellion block Fawley Refinery terminal

20 August 2021
Climate protesters Extinction Rebellion block Fawley Refinery terminal

Climate protesters Extinction Rebellion block Fawley Refinery terminal

20 August 2021

EXTINCTION Rebellion protesters have blocked a terminal at Fawley oil refinery to call out an £80m diesel expansion project.


Why your mobile phone might sound an emergency siren today

22 June 2021
Why your mobile phone might sound an emergency siren today

Why your mobile phone might sound an emergency siren today

22 June 2021

ALERTS which trigger siren-like sounds on mobile phones and tablets are being tested across the UK today (Tuesday).


Supermarket launches free children's book scheme

07 May 2021
Supermarket launches free children's book scheme

Supermarket launches free children's book scheme

07 May 2021

Children will be able to bring home free books from Morrisons thanks to new swap stations.


Co-op to ban bags for life

30 April 2021
Co-op to ban bags for life

Co-op to ban bags for life

30 April 2021

Bags for life are to be removed from Co-op stores across the New Forest and Christchurch and replaced with compostable carriers.


Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip dies aged 99

09 April 2021
Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip dies aged 99

Duke of Edinburgh Prince Philip dies aged 99

09 April 2021

BUCKINGHAM Palace has announced the death of the Duke of Edinburgh at the age of 99.


Dog from Fordingbridge rushed to vet after eating a dozen Creme Eggs

06 April 2021
Dog from Fordingbridge rushed to vet after eating a dozen Creme Eggs

Dog from Fordingbridge rushed to vet after eating a dozen Creme Eggs

06 April 2021

A FORDINGBRIDGE labradoodle needed emergency vet treatment after scoffing a dozen Cadbury Creme Eggs...


Al fresco caterer has the drive to keep cooking after lockdown

28 March 2021
Al fresco caterer has the drive to keep cooking after lockdown

Al fresco caterer has the drive to keep cooking after lockdown

28 March 2021

A LYMINGTON caterer plans to continue a special lockdown al fresco cooking service after seeing demand stay strong despite government plans to reopen pubs and restaurants...


Lymington man drowned while on sailing holiday in Croatia

26 March 2021
Lymington man drowned while on sailing holiday in Croatia

Lymington man drowned while on sailing holiday in Croatia

26 March 2021

A RETIRED dentist from Lymington drowned just days into a month-long holiday sailing with his brother’s family on a yacht along the Croatian coast, a coroner heard. ...


Mitchell 'pleased' with UK Open showing after bowing out in thriller against world number two Van Gerwen

10 March 2021
Mitchell 'pleased' with UK Open showing after bowing out in thriller against world number two Van Gerwen

Mitchell 'pleased' with UK Open showing after bowing out in thriller against world number two Van Gerwen

10 March 2021

BRANSGORE darts ace and former world champion Scott Mitchell had darts legend Michael van Gerwen on the ropes before the world number two staged a dramatic comeback to win their PDC UK Open clash 10-8, writes Toby Foster ...


£10m in gas and electricity refunds for residents after energy suppliers overcharge

02 March 2021
£10m in gas and electricity refunds for residents after energy suppliers overcharge

£10m in gas and electricity refunds for residents after energy suppliers overcharge

02 March 2021

HOUSEHOLDS in the New Forest and Christchurch could be among more than a million to be refunded £10.4 million after the energy watchdog found 18 gas and electricity suppliers overcharged customers when they switched to better deals...


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