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Antonella Lazzeri was a Fleet Street journalist for over 30 years. She has returned to her roots in the New Forest and Christchurch to cover subjects that matter to the community.

Lymington pub’s new owners unveil multimillion-pound revamp plans

15 April 2024
Lymington pub’s new owners unveil multimillion-pound revamp plans

Lymington pub’s new owners unveil multimillion-pound revamp plans

15 April 2024

A leading hospitality group has taken over Lymington’s White Hart pub with plans to give it a multimillion-pound makeover.


Faulty items can be mended at Ringwood Repair Cafe

14 April 2024
Faulty items can be mended at Ringwood Repair Cafe

Faulty items can be mended at Ringwood Repair Cafe

14 April 2024

Anyone with broken items can visit Repair Café at Ringwood in April.


Green light for 150 homes plan at edge of Forest village

10 April 2024
Green light for 150 homes plan at edge of Forest village

Green light for 150 homes plan at edge of Forest village

10 April 2024

A plan to build up to 150 homes on fields at Marchwood has been given the green light despite villagers’ concerns about flooding and overdevelopment.


Stagecoach students get taste of West End at Her Majesty’s theatre in West End

08 April 2024
Stagecoach students get taste of West End at Her Majesty’s theatre in West End

Stagecoach students get taste of West End at Her Majesty’s theatre in West End

08 April 2024

Students of Stagecoach Performing Arts in Totton got a taste of the West End when they appeared on the stage of His Majesty's Theatre.


From Our Files: No such windfall...timely rewards...foul means, financial gains

07 April 2024
From Our Files: No such windfall...timely rewards...foul means, financial gains

From Our Files: No such windfall...timely rewards...foul means, financial gains

07 April 2024

What was making the headlines in the A&T 25 and 50 years ago


Mum is running London Marathon to raise money for research into rare genetic condition

05 April 2024
Mum is running London Marathon to raise money for research into rare genetic condition

Mum is running London Marathon to raise money for research into rare genetic condition

05 April 2024

“Doing little circles with her arms” - mum describes seeing the first signs of her newborn daughter’s rare genetic condition.


Mayor opens luxurious care home redevelopment

04 April 2024
Mayor opens luxurious care home redevelopment

Mayor opens luxurious care home redevelopment

04 April 2024

A luxurious redevelopment of Barton Lodge which includes a new dedicated dementia and residential space has been officially opened.


Christchurch man found dead lying in a cat litter tray

04 April 2024
Christchurch man found dead lying in a cat litter tray

Christchurch man found dead lying in a cat litter tray

04 April 2024

The friend of a man found dead after taking drugs had failed to call 999 for four hours after discovering his body, an inquest heard.


Covid time capsule buried in grounds of Christchurch Hospital

03 April 2024
Covid time capsule buried in grounds of Christchurch Hospital

Covid time capsule buried in grounds of Christchurch Hospital

03 April 2024

A Covid time capsule has been buried in the grounds of Christchurch hospital, to be opened on the 100th anniversary of the NHS on 5th July 2048.


Team from 9th Lymington Explorer unit win a top prize at swimming competition

03 April 2024
Team from 9th Lymington Explorer unit win a top prize at swimming competition

Team from 9th Lymington Explorer unit win a top prize at swimming competition

03 April 2024

A team from the 9th Lymington Explorer unit celebrated winning a top prize at the National Sea Scout swimming gala at HMS Raleigh in Plymouth.


‘Look, but don’t touch’ visitors to New Forest are warned as child hurt

02 April 2024
‘Look, but don’t touch’ visitors to New Forest are warned as child hurt

‘Look, but don’t touch’ visitors to New Forest are warned as child hurt

02 April 2024

A child was hurt after getting too close to a New Forest pony as police and local authorities remind visitors to “look, but don’t touch”.


Forest venue given wedding honour

02 April 2024
Forest venue given wedding honour

Forest venue given wedding honour

02 April 2024

Nestled in the heart of the New Forest it is the perfect place for one of the most important days of people’s lives.


Coffee shop owner says opening of nearby cafe bar will create name confusion

01 April 2024
Coffee shop owner says opening of nearby cafe bar will create name confusion

Coffee shop owner says opening of nearby cafe bar will create name confusion

01 April 2024

A Lymington coffee shop owner said it’s “very disappointing” another business with almost exactly the same name is opening opposite hers.

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Forest cycling charity given £380,000 cash boost

01 April 2024
Forest cycling charity given £380,000 cash boost

Forest cycling charity given £380,000 cash boost

01 April 2024

A charity which helps disabled bike riders enjoy the New Forest has been awarded over £380,000 from the National Lottery Community Fund


Butcher in Forest village expands with new farm shop

31 March 2024
Butcher in Forest village expands with new farm shop

Butcher in Forest village expands with new farm shop

31 March 2024

A thriving butchery business in Bramshaw has opened a new farm shop complete with takeaway and an outside seating area.


From Our Files: Last borough meeting... ‘Hordle panther’...streaker warning

31 March 2024
From Our Files: Last borough meeting... ‘Hordle panther’...streaker warning

From Our Files: Last borough meeting... ‘Hordle panther’...streaker warning

31 March 2024

What was making the headlines in the A&T 25 and 50 years ago


Large high street homes could be demolished for 11 flats

31 March 2024
Large high street homes could be demolished for 11 flats

Large high street homes could be demolished for 11 flats

31 March 2024

Two large Victorian homes in Highcliffe’s high street could be demolished to make way for 11 affordable apartments.


Gore blimey, it’s a village festival with the best in local cider and music

30 March 2024
Gore blimey, it’s a village festival with the best in local cider and music

Gore blimey, it’s a village festival with the best in local cider and music

30 March 2024

A day of cider drinking, fun and music will be on offer at one of the New Forest’s most avidly anticipated events.


Village primary’s teachers are ‘ambitious for its pupils’ – Ofsted

29 March 2024
Village primary’s teachers are ‘ambitious for its pupils’ – Ofsted

Village primary’s teachers are ‘ambitious for its pupils’ – Ofsted

29 March 2024

A primary school has been praised by Ofsted inspectors for creating a “real sense of community”.


Pensioner posted warning note on door before taking her own life

27 March 2024
Pensioner posted warning note on door before taking her own life

Pensioner posted warning note on door before taking her own life

27 March 2024

A Christchurch pensioner posted a warning note on her front door before taking her own life, an inquest has heard.


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