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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.

‘High-quality teaching’ – praise for Brockenhurst College in latest Ofsted rating

29 February 2024
‘High-quality teaching’ – praise for Brockenhurst College in latest Ofsted rating

‘High-quality teaching’ – praise for Brockenhurst College in latest Ofsted rating

29 February 2024

Brockenhurst College leaders say they are proud of an Ofsted report which has rated them ‘good’ in all sectors.


Flats at historic former New Milton pub go on sale

28 February 2024
Flats at historic former New Milton pub go on sale

Flats at historic former New Milton pub go on sale

28 February 2024

Flats at a historic former pub in New Milton are now being offered.


Lymington glamping site row – neighbours complain about sex and karaoke noises

26 February 2024
Lymington glamping site row – neighbours complain about sex and karaoke noises

Lymington glamping site row – neighbours complain about sex and karaoke noises

26 February 2024

Neighbours of a glamping site say they are “delighted” a planning application may be refused – revealing they’ve had to listen to campers having sex.


Terrified widow fled home after arson attack by teen ‘in a psychosis’

26 February 2024
Terrified widow fled home after arson attack by teen ‘in a psychosis’

Terrified widow fled home after arson attack by teen ‘in a psychosis’

26 February 2024

A frail 83-year-old widow had to flee her home after it was set alight by a teenager who went on the rampage after smoking cannabis.


Exceptional meeting called over plans for bungalow on town corner plot

25 February 2024
Exceptional meeting called over plans for bungalow on town corner plot

Exceptional meeting called over plans for bungalow on town corner plot

25 February 2024

Christchurch town council held an “exceptional” meeting to discuss “contentious” plans for a bungalow in Friars Cliff.


Priestlands school pupils raise over £1,000 for Lymington's Oakhaven Hospice

25 February 2024
Priestlands school pupils raise over £1,000 for Lymington's Oakhaven Hospice

Priestlands school pupils raise over £1,000 for Lymington's Oakhaven Hospice

25 February 2024

Two Priestlands school friends have helped raise £1,219 for Oakhaven Hospice.


Appeal for owner of ‘Lulu’ to remove pet found buried at Forest cemetery

21 February 2024
Appeal for owner of ‘Lulu’ to remove pet found buried at Forest cemetery

Appeal for owner of ‘Lulu’ to remove pet found buried at Forest cemetery

21 February 2024

The remains of a pet have been found buried in a Forest village cemetery – and the parish council is appealing for the owner to remove them.


Milford Primary School pupils help unveil new orchard at Downton Manor Farm Quarry

21 February 2024
Milford Primary School pupils help unveil new orchard at Downton Manor Farm Quarry

Milford Primary School pupils help unveil new orchard at Downton Manor Farm Quarry

21 February 2024

Pupils from Milford Primary School enjoyed helping to unveil a new orchard at Downton Manor Farm Quarry.


New stained glass window unveiled in honour of late Lord Montagu

21 February 2024
New stained glass window unveiled in honour of late Lord Montagu

New stained glass window unveiled in honour of late Lord Montagu

21 February 2024

A memorial for the late Lord Montagu in the form of a stained glass window has been unveiled in Beaulieu Abbey.


WATCH: Ram-raiders smash into vape shop and steal £20,000 worth of goods

19 February 2024
WATCH: Ram-raiders smash into vape shop and steal £20,000 worth of goods

WATCH: Ram-raiders smash into vape shop and steal £20,000 worth of goods

19 February 2024

Ram-raiders smashed their way into a vape shop in the early hours yesterday before stealing goods worth £20,000.


Top award for New Milton tailor

19 February 2024
Top award for New Milton tailor

Top award for New Milton tailor

19 February 2024

A New Milton tailor says she is “absolutely thrilled” after being given a top award for her skills at making clothes.


80 homeless people helped off the streets during bad weather

18 February 2024
80 homeless people helped off the streets during bad weather

80 homeless people helped off the streets during bad weather

18 February 2024

Hardworking teams from BCP Council helped around 80 homeless people off the streets during the recent wet and cold weather.


From Our Files: Piles treatment...remembering Martha...driving out lorry ban

18 February 2024
From Our Files: Piles treatment...remembering Martha...driving out lorry ban

From Our Files: Piles treatment...remembering Martha...driving out lorry ban

18 February 2024

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


Holiday lodge opened for youngsters with life-limiting illnesses

18 February 2024
Holiday lodge opened for youngsters with life-limiting illnesses

Holiday lodge opened for youngsters with life-limiting illnesses

18 February 2024

A lodge providing respite for children and young adults living with a terminal diagnosis has been opened at Hoburne Bashley.


New service to give practical aid to lonely people

17 February 2024
New service to give practical aid to lonely people

New service to give practical aid to lonely people

17 February 2024

A new service aimed at those living in social isolation has been launched by Age Concern Hampshire.


Ringwood based Churchill group raise amazing £7208 for Macmillan Cancer Support

17 February 2024
Ringwood based Churchill group raise amazing £7208 for Macmillan Cancer Support

Ringwood based Churchill group raise amazing £7208 for Macmillan Cancer Support

17 February 2024

More than £70,000 has been raised for Macmillan Cancer Support by Ringwood-based Churchill Retirement Living


‘Absolutely disgusting!’ – B&B owner condemns objectors’ comments to plan to turn it into assisted living

15 February 2024
‘Absolutely disgusting!’ – B&B owner condemns objectors’ comments to plan to turn it into assisted living

‘Absolutely disgusting!’ – B&B owner condemns objectors’ comments to plan to turn it into assisted living

15 February 2024

A B&B owner slammed objectors’ “absolutely disgusting” comments to a plan to turn it into supported living for people with learning disabilities.

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Criminals face having their e-bikes and scooters crushed

14 February 2024
Criminals face having their e-bikes and scooters crushed

Criminals face having their e-bikes and scooters crushed

14 February 2024

Criminals who use e-scooters and e-bikes face to commit other crimes face having their vehicles crushed by police in Hampshire.


‘Awful and wicked’ – paedophile spared jail despite ‘horrendous’ offences

13 February 2024
‘Awful and wicked’ – paedophile spared jail despite ‘horrendous’ offences

‘Awful and wicked’ – paedophile spared jail despite ‘horrendous’ offences

13 February 2024

A paedophile was spared jail by a judge despite his “awful and wicked” behaviour but warned there would be “no second chances”.


From Our Files: Pubs’ short week...beach restrictions...saved from deportation

11 February 2024
From Our Files: Pubs’ short week...beach restrictions...saved from deportation

From Our Files: Pubs’ short week...beach restrictions...saved from deportation

11 February 2024

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


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