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Outrage over plans for homes on greenbelt 'wildlife haven' in Hordle

29 December 2021
Outrage over plans for homes on greenbelt 'wildlife haven' in Hordle

Outrage over plans for homes on greenbelt 'wildlife haven' in Hordle

29 December 2021

A PLAN to allow six “self-build” starter homes on the site of a former turkey farm in the greenbelt has sparked objections in Hordle.


New year transformation for Lymington quay toilets

27 December 2021
New year transformation for Lymington quay toilets

New year transformation for Lymington quay toilets

27 December 2021

WORK is due to start in early January on refurbishing the toilets at Lymington quay following the abandonment of a controversial £1.2m replacement.

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First World War baby Madeline celebrates her 105th

23 December 2021
First World War baby Madeline celebrates her 105th

First World War baby Madeline celebrates her 105th

23 December 2021

A WOMAN from Lymington who continued cycling until the age of 98 has just celebrated her 105th birthday.

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New Forest food bank delivering festive parcels to 600 families

23 December 2021
New Forest food bank delivering festive parcels to 600 families

New Forest food bank delivering festive parcels to 600 families

23 December 2021

A HOST of festive parcels containing Christmas goodies will be given to 600 struggling families thanks to the New Forest Basics Bank.


Obituary: Mike Foot – former Lymington lifeboatman

23 December 2021
Obituary: Mike Foot – former Lymington lifeboatman

Obituary: Mike Foot – former Lymington lifeboatman

23 December 2021

A FORMER Lymington lifeboatman has died at the age of 59 after a valiant battle against cancer, during which he raised £3,000 for charity.


Former Wellworthy apprentice Norman celebrates 100th

22 December 2021
Former Wellworthy apprentice Norman celebrates 100th

Former Wellworthy apprentice Norman celebrates 100th

22 December 2021

A FORMER Wellworthy’s apprentice and lifelong supporter of Hampshire County Cricket Club has celebrated his 100th birthday.


Impressive turnout for Hordle Christmas horse parade

21 December 2021
Impressive turnout for Hordle Christmas horse parade

Impressive turnout for Hordle Christmas horse parade

21 December 2021

A CHRISTMAS horse parade around Hordle this year was extra special for organiser Kelly Adam.


Ringwood artist turns celebrities' doodles into fundraising mini artworks

20 December 2021
Ringwood artist turns celebrities' doodles into fundraising mini artworks

Ringwood artist turns celebrities' doodles into fundraising mini artworks

20 December 2021

DOODLES by celebrities including Ant & Dec, Brian May and Harry Redknapp have been transformed into mini artworks to raise funds for Macmillan.


The Christmas treats which can be deadly for your pet

20 December 2021
The Christmas treats which can be deadly for your pet

The Christmas treats which can be deadly for your pet

20 December 2021

IT IS tempting at Christmas to want to treat your pet to a few festive goodies, but the RSPCA is warning that some can be lethal to dogs.


Rare royal recognition for Holbury Duke of Edinburgh Award volunteer

17 December 2021
Rare royal recognition for Holbury Duke of Edinburgh Award volunteer

Rare royal recognition for Holbury Duke of Edinburgh Award volunteer

17 December 2021

A VOLUNTEER has become one of only 50 in the UK to be royally recognised for his “exceptional dedication” to the Duke of Edinburgh Award.


£1m shipping simulator donated to Brockenhurst College

16 December 2021
£1m shipping simulator donated to Brockenhurst College

£1m shipping simulator donated to Brockenhurst College

16 December 2021

A £1M shipping simulator that is so realistic it can cause sea sickness has been donated to Brockenhurst College to train merchant navy students.


Plans for nine cottages at failed commercial site near Hyde

15 December 2021
Plans for nine cottages at failed commercial site near Hyde

Plans for nine cottages at failed commercial site near Hyde

15 December 2021

A DEVELOPER has submitted plans to convert a failed commercial development near Hyde into nine cottages.


Police ‘too busy’ to arrest Christchurch chip shop vandal suspect

11 December 2021
Police ‘too busy’ to arrest Christchurch chip shop vandal suspect

Police ‘too busy’ to arrest Christchurch chip shop vandal suspect

11 December 2021

AN OFFICIAL complaint has been made to Dorset Police after they refused to send officers to arrest a suspect who left two girls cowering in fear.

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How Lymington RAF pilot took on Isis in his Typhoon fighter

10 December 2021
How Lymington RAF pilot took on Isis in his Typhoon fighter

How Lymington RAF pilot took on Isis in his Typhoon fighter

10 December 2021

In 2015 Wing Commander Mike Sutton led 1 (fighter) Squadron into battle across the badlands of Iraq - his fighting machine the legendary Typhoon.


Blood-loss kits donated to Lymington pubs in wake of Max Maguire fatal stabbing

10 December 2021
Blood-loss kits donated to Lymington pubs in wake of Max Maguire fatal stabbing

Blood-loss kits donated to Lymington pubs in wake of Max Maguire fatal stabbing

10 December 2021

A FORMER military police officer has donated two lifesaving bleed-control kits to pubs in Lymington following the fatal stabbing of Max Maguire.


Clear-up after Storm Barra causes havoc across Dorset and Hampshire

08 December 2021
Clear-up after Storm Barra causes havoc across Dorset and Hampshire

Clear-up after Storm Barra causes havoc across Dorset and Hampshire

08 December 2021

STORM Barra battered coastal towns and villages with huge waves and high tides causing flooding in Christchurch, Milford, and Lymington.


Dad blasts police who told friend before family of his son’s death at Lepe

05 December 2021
Dad blasts police who told friend before family of his son’s death at Lepe

Dad blasts police who told friend before family of his son’s death at Lepe

05 December 2021

A FATHER has hit out at police after revealing how he reported his son missing only to discover officers had found his body four hours earlier.


'An absolute hero' – Barton widower who inspired Dame Esther Rantzen's loneliness charity dies aged 99

30 November 2021
'An absolute hero' – Barton widower who inspired Dame Esther Rantzen's loneliness charity dies aged 99

'An absolute hero' – Barton widower who inspired Dame Esther Rantzen's loneliness charity dies aged 99

30 November 2021

DAME Esther Rantzen has hailed a Barton widower who inspired her to set up a loneliness charity after he died a few days short of his 100th birthday.


Appeal over 2,000-year-old Celtic coins found buried in New Forest

27 November 2021
Appeal over 2,000-year-old Celtic coins found buried in New Forest

Appeal over 2,000-year-old Celtic coins found buried in New Forest

27 November 2021

A HOARD of ancient coins found buried in the New Forest has been described as one of the “most important historical and archaeological” local finds.


Lymington wine merchants taste fame in new novel

19 November 2021
Lymington wine merchants taste fame in new novel

Lymington wine merchants taste fame in new novel

19 November 2021

It is already one of the stars of Lymington High Street but now The Solent Cellar wine merchants have achieved fame in a novel by Helen McGinn.


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