A PLAN to turn a popular car wash in Christchurch into a block of flats has been turned down after BCP Council received 60 letters of objection.
RINGWOOD Raceway has confirmed the chequered flag will wave for the last time this summer after nearly 70 years.
THE owners of a popular New Forest hotel say putting it on the market for £12.5m was a hard decision.
WAVING his hands with glee and his face lit up with a beaming smile, Harry Hughes celebrates his first birthday like any other little baby his age.
PLANS have been submitted to rebuild a New Forest community hall which was destroyed by fire last year.
THE family of Max Maguire, who was stabbed to death in Lymington town centre, said they are “shocked and devastated” at the verdict of manslaughter.
Award winning baker Mark Bennett has told of his "absolute delight” at being chosen to create the official Platinum Jubilee celebration cake.
A LIGHT-FINGERED drinker has been asked to return a life-sized cardboard cutout of the Queen taken from a pub in Walkford.
A 36-YEAR-OLD man who battled drug abuse for years will be "sorely missed" by his family after he was found hanged in a bin shed, an inquest heard.
AN ashtray box outside a paint store in Lymington has become the unlikely new home for a pair of blue tits and their chicks.
MANAGEMENT at the five-star Chewton Glen hotel have blasted BCP Council for refusing permission to build another three luxury treehouses.
HE is a lovable Labrador who gets paid in chocolate and cuddles for the very special role he carries out with schoolchildren across the New Forest.
A COLOURFUL pet parrot which escaped and flew around Lymington has been reunited with its owner after a community effort to catch him.
A LYNDHURST man who had been due to have a council funeral was given a spectacular high street send-off after a local funeral director stepped in.
DISTRAUGHT families in Hampshire are facing stressful delays in holding funerals for loved ones due to lengthy waits for death certificates.
AN urgent appeal by Hordle bellringers attracted more than 50 people to an open day amid fears that the chimes could be silenced forever.
A WELL-LOVED member for many years of St John Ambulance and a former governor of Foxhills Junior School, Gordon Fillis, has died at the age of 93.
THREE Christchurch beaches have been given prestigious quality awards for the first time.
A GRIEVING father fears traffic generated by a proposed extension to a woodland burial ground will spoil the peace of his son’s resting place.
A CEREMONY presented 16 Hordle residents with Parish Hero Awards for going the extra mile for their community.