A reclusive Highcliffe widow left a £148,000 legacy to Christchurch Rotary club with instructions that it be used to help people in the third world.
POLICE are warning "frustrated" residents not to set up vigilante-style groups to tackle crime themselves.
ADRIAN Otten, the well known co-founder of the Colten Group of development and care companies, has died at the age of 80.
BURLEY Wagon Rides is under threat after 45 years following complaints by 12 home owners in the village that it is invading their privacy.
An application to build 10 flats on Somerford Road has been refused after BCP Council said the buildings had a “hostile, poor quality” appearance.
A SPECIAL team could be brought in to tackle incidents of flytipping in Christchurch after an increase in the crime.
A VET has revealed that three dogs have been bitten by adders in the New Forest in the last month as the snakes start emerging from hibernation.
An owner of the Noisy Lobster on Avon Beach has hit out at a ‘small band’ of residents for ‘scaremongering’ over its planning applications.
A MILITARY bandsman who was given a six-month trial having never played an instrument before in his life has finally retired after 50 years of music.
A Hythe care home installed its very own pub to keep residents happy during lockdown which saw boozers across the country forced to close down.
The bloodied body of a dead deer was left lying along a busy pathway to Milford school used by parents and young children for three days.
A METAL detectorist came to the rescue of a devastated husband who lost his specially made wedding ring in the sea in Christchurch.
THE whole street came out to celebrate the 70th wedding anniversary of Lymington couple Joy and Colin Erne.
POLICE patrols are to be stepped up at Highcliffe’s Cliffhanger car park after it was claimed to be a "hotspot" of trouble and drug-taking.
A New Forest volunteer army will increase from 600 to 1,000 if £5,000 is raised by the New Forest Trust and national park authority.
TWO homeowners have spoken of their anger at having their luxury apartments at Lymington Shores ruined by “disgusting” damp and mould.
A NEW Milton care home had a double celebration when a pair of centenarian residents marked two big birthdays within days of one another...
VISITORS returning to Highcliffe as shops start reopening on Monday will receive a colourful welcome with a display of flags hung along the High Street...
A SOCIAL media appeal for people to be nominated to receive an Easter gift led to more than 1,000 being sent out – including overseas...
A VOLUNTEER army of 1,000 litter-pickers is calling for more bins in New Forest car parks to save wildlife from the dangers of rubbish left by visitors...