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Sailing town aims to keep ahead of competition with new moorings

12 March 2020
Sailing town aims to keep ahead of competition with new moorings

Sailing town aims to keep ahead of competition with new moorings

12 March 2020

The works are predicted to bring a £1.1m benefit to the New Forest tourist economy over the next decade NEW walk-ashore moorings have been completed at…


Cancer support charity thanks A&T readers for financial lifeline

12 March 2020
Cancer support charity thanks A&T readers for financial lifeline

Cancer support charity thanks A&T readers for financial lifeline

12 March 2020

Catering staff from Oakhaven Hospice, a partner in the project, are (from left) Keeley Gunn, Hannah Beddow, Claire Spooner and Betty Williams A&T…


Work to begin soon on £229,000 town centre makeover

12 March 2020
Work to begin soon on £229,000 town centre makeover

Work to begin soon on £229,000 town centre makeover

12 March 2020

Ringwood town centre WORK is set to start later this month on a £229,000 makeover of Ringwood town centre to boost accessibility for cyclists and pedestrians The…


Baby death: Police bail woman arrested on suspicion of murder

11 March 2020
Baby death: Police bail woman arrested on suspicion of murder

Baby death: Police bail woman arrested on suspicion of murder

11 March 2020

A WOMAN has been released on bail after being arrested on suspicion of murder over the discovery of the body of a baby boy in woodland...


Baby death: Police gain extra time to question murder suspect

10 March 2020
Baby death: Police gain extra time to question murder suspect

Baby death: Police gain extra time to question murder suspect

10 March 2020

POLICE investigating the suspected murder of a recently-born baby boy have been granted a further 32 hours to question a woman arrested at the weekend...


Green light for £8.1m roadworks to ease A326 congestion

10 March 2020
Green light for £8.1m roadworks to ease A326 congestion

Green light for £8.1m roadworks to ease A326 congestion

10 March 2020

Road work. Orange traffic cones in the middle of the street ONE of the busiest roads in the New Forest could be transformed under multi-million-pound…


Homes accused of flooding neighbours set for planning approval

09 March 2020
Homes accused of flooding neighbours set for planning approval

Homes accused of flooding neighbours set for planning approval

09 March 2020

AN AFFORDABLE housing development is set to get the all-clear having lain empty for years after being blamed for flooding neighbouring properties...


Woman (36) arrested by officers investigating body of baby boy

09 March 2020
Woman (36) arrested by officers investigating body of baby boy

Woman (36) arrested by officers investigating body of baby boy

09 March 2020

A WOMAN was arrested on suspicion of murder at the weekend by officers investigating the body of a baby boy found in woodland near Hythe...


Community centre in new fundraising bid to sell section of car park

07 March 2020
Community centre in new fundraising bid to sell section of car park

Community centre in new fundraising bid to sell section of car park

07 March 2020

Lymington Community Centre members will vote in May on plans to sell part of the car park ANOTHER attempt will be made by Lymington Community Centre to…


Police appeal to mother of baby boy found dead in woods

06 March 2020
Police appeal to mother of baby boy found dead in woods

Police appeal to mother of baby boy found dead in woods

06 March 2020

POLICE have made a heartfelt appeal to the mother of a newborn boy whose body was found in woods to come forward...


Chris Packham turns his campaigning sights on stopping HS2

05 March 2020
Chris Packham turns his campaigning sights on stopping HS2

Chris Packham turns his campaigning sights on stopping HS2

05 March 2020

Chris Packham said the project has not properly taken into account its environmental impact WILDLIFE campaigner Chris Packham is preparing to fight the…


Rush-hour lorry congestion on A35 blamed on Chinese New Year

05 March 2020
Rush-hour lorry congestion on A35 blamed on Chinese New Year

Rush-hour lorry congestion on A35 blamed on Chinese New Year

05 March 2020

Lorries have caused queues for over a mile on the A35 (Photo: Simon Rowley) THE Chinese New Year and bad weather have been blamed for lorries causing…


Weather warning: More heavy rain to hit New Forest and Christchurch

05 March 2020
Weather warning: More heavy rain to hit New Forest and Christchurch

Weather warning: More heavy rain to hit New Forest and Christchurch

05 March 2020

The conditions are predicted by the Met Office to last from 10am until 6pm today (Thursday) HEAVY rain could cause flooding and travel disruption today…


Union suspends two-day strike for talks with South Western Railway

04 March 2020
Union suspends two-day strike for talks with South Western Railway

Union suspends two-day strike for talks with South Western Railway

04 March 2020

RMT members had been due to walk out on Monday 9th March and Thursday 12th March TWO days of strikes due next week on the South Western Railway network…


Council pressing ahead with on-street parking charges despite objections

04 March 2020
Council pressing ahead with on-street parking charges despite objections

Council pressing ahead with on-street parking charges despite objections

04 March 2020

The plans for Lymington have been opposed by local councillors and businesses (Photo: stock image) ON-STREET parking charges will be imposed on Lymington…


Town council plans £5m revamp of historic sea water baths

03 March 2020
Town council plans £5m revamp of historic sea water baths

Town council plans £5m revamp of historic sea water baths

03 March 2020

The sea water baths in Bath Road, Lymington, date back to 1833 LYMINGTON’S historic sea water baths could be in line for a £5m transformation under ambitious…


Tories reject call to scrap leisure centres management 'privatisation'

29 February 2020
Tories reject call to scrap leisure centres management 'privatisation'

Tories reject call to scrap leisure centres management 'privatisation'

29 February 2020

Jennie-Worsdale with the more than 2,039-name petition CONSERVATIVES on New Forest District Council have refused to scrap plans for a private organisation…


Council calls for tighter fireworks rules to protect people and animals

28 February 2020
Council calls for tighter fireworks rules to protect people and animals

Council calls for tighter fireworks rules to protect people and animals

28 February 2020

Public fireworks displays, like those held at Beaulieu, will be "requested" to give forewarning of events NEW Forest District Council has unanimously…


Council business chief joins calls to stop on-street parking charges

28 February 2020
Council business chief joins calls to stop on-street parking charges

Council business chief joins calls to stop on-street parking charges

28 February 2020

Cllr Michael Harris, NFDC's cabinet member for economic development NEW Forest District Council's business chief has joined the campaign to stop on-street…


Weekend winds of up to 70mph in new Met Office weather warning

27 February 2020
Weekend winds of up to 70mph in new Met Office weather warning

Weekend winds of up to 70mph in new Met Office weather warning

27 February 2020

The wind conditions are expected to last from Saturday afternoon into Sunday morning (Photo: Met Office) THE New Forest and Christchurch have been included…


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