A FURIOUS pensioner claimed she was banned from flying a flag at her home on Victory in Japan Day in honour of her POW father.
THE inquest of an 87-year-old Sway man who died by suicide in the Solent was told how pandemic restrictions had left him depressed.
Sitting in an idyllic New Forest cottage garden it is easy to see why Dame Esther Rantzen has turned her back on London to live here permanently.
AN historic hall with links to the real Alice in Wonderland marked its 100th anniversary by inviting in the community for a celebration of its past.
DUCKS found dead at a Waterside pond by a mum and her distraught children had been shot through the head.
THE campaign to protect Hythe pier has been boosted by an award of Grade II listed status.
A part of the historic Highcliffe castle wall along Lymington Road is to be demolished to enable the building of nine flats with car parking.
A BANKSY-STYLE graffiti artist has unmasked himself so he could return to Bransgore and repair an uplifting artwork he secretly created 10 years ago.
A SCHOOL for children with autism and learning disabilities has again been rated ‘outstanding’ in both care and education.
A PLAN to build offices with four flats above on land adjacent to the former Ye Olde Starre Inn in Christchurch has been submitted.
A MASKED thief snatched a bag containing £10,000 in cash from a car as the victim sat in the driving seat.
CHRISTCHURCH Food Festival returns after the pandemic forced its cancellation last year, with organisers earning an award for Covid-19 safety
VOLUNTEERS with speedguns have been out on the roads in Highcliffe in an effort to slow down traffic.
A FOUR-YEAR-OLD boy led a worried neighbour to the body of his father who had been dead for hours after a huge overdose of ecstasy, an inquest heard.
A SAIL up Beaulieu River by Olympic sailor Sir Ben Ainslie opened celebrations for the 50th anniversary of Buckler’s Hard yacht harbour.
A NEW MRI scanner worth almost a million pounds is to be installed at Lymington New Forest hospital.
A FIVE-YEAR-OLD boy who launched his own clothing money to raise money for children's charity Honeypot ended up collecting over £2,000.
BCP Council has unveiled proposals to turn the seafront between Christchurch and Poole into a "world class" coastline.
A TRADER was left fuming after a college cancelled a work experience placement because his country store in the heart of the New Forest sells guns.
OLYMPIC sailor Sir Ben Ainslie is to open the 50th anniversary celebrations of Buckler’s Hard Yacht Harbour.