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Two Calshot RNLI crew suspended and another dismissed

29 March 2022
Two Calshot RNLI crew suspended and another dismissed

Two Calshot RNLI crew suspended and another dismissed

29 March 2022

TWO members of the Calshot RNLI have been suspended pending an investigation while another has been dismissed.

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Ringwood fraudster stole thousands from women during relationships

28 March 2022
Ringwood fraudster stole thousands from women during relationships

Ringwood fraudster stole thousands from women during relationships

28 March 2022

A RINGWOOD man who defrauded two women out of thousands of pounds has been jailed for 15 months.


Overnight road closures on A326

28 March 2022
Overnight road closures on A326

Overnight road closures on A326

28 March 2022

DIVERSIONS will be in place on sections of the A326 from tonight (Monday) due to resurfacing work.

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Obituary: John Dunning – well-known businessman and owner of Milford Supplies

25 March 2022
Obituary: John Dunning – well-known businessman and owner of Milford Supplies

Obituary: John Dunning – well-known businessman and owner of Milford Supplies

25 March 2022

WELL-known businessman John Dunning, who ran a butchers shop, clothing store and most recently Milford Supplies, has died aged 85.


Totton residents to vote on design for new railway station mural

24 March 2022
Totton residents to vote on design for new railway station mural

Totton residents to vote on design for new railway station mural

24 March 2022

VOTES are being invited on a design for a mural at Totton train station put together by Totton College students.


Plans revealed for Forest council's first low-carbon social housing

22 March 2022
Plans revealed for Forest council's first low-carbon social housing

Plans revealed for Forest council's first low-carbon social housing

22 March 2022

NEW Forest District Council has unveiled plans for its first low-carbon social housing development.


Ashurst railway station to become wildlife hub

18 March 2022
Ashurst railway station to become wildlife hub

Ashurst railway station to become wildlife hub

18 March 2022

ASHURST railway station will be given a wildlife boost in a project with the RSPB.


Barton school honoured for music efforts during lockdown

18 March 2022
Barton school honoured for music efforts during lockdown

Barton school honoured for music efforts during lockdown

18 March 2022

BARTON school has won a gold award for its efforts during the pandemic to connect the community through music.


Christchurch drink-driver given three-year roads ban

18 March 2022
Christchurch drink-driver given three-year roads ban

Christchurch drink-driver given three-year roads ban

18 March 2022

A CHRISTCHURCH man has been banned from the roads for three years after being caught driving while more than three times the legal alcohol limit.


New Forest school, food banks and fire charity among groups sharing £197,000 grant

17 March 2022
New Forest school, food banks and fire charity among groups sharing £197,000 grant

New Forest school, food banks and fire charity among groups sharing £197,000 grant

17 March 2022

ORGANISATIONS have been awarded grants totalling £197,000 from Hampshire County Council.


Bird boxes and bug hotels decorated by children are stolen from park

16 March 2022
Bird boxes and bug hotels decorated by children are stolen from park

Bird boxes and bug hotels decorated by children are stolen from park

16 March 2022

BIRD boxes and bug hotels decorated by local children and installed by residents have been stolen from a park near Totton.


Paultons Park unveils £2.5m roundabout plan to ease A36 traffic congestion

15 March 2022
Paultons Park unveils £2.5m roundabout plan to ease A36 traffic congestion

Paultons Park unveils £2.5m roundabout plan to ease A36 traffic congestion

15 March 2022

A FAMILY-run theme park at Ower is seeking to solve traffic congestion on the A36 with a new £2.5m roundabout scheme.


Plan for nearly 200 homes on fields in Calmore

15 March 2022
Plan for nearly 200 homes on fields in Calmore

Plan for nearly 200 homes on fields in Calmore

15 March 2022

ALMOST 200 new homes could be build on land near Totton, with 69 allocated for affordable housing.


Pupils praised for kindness after helping food bank

13 March 2022
Pupils praised for kindness after helping food bank

Pupils praised for kindness after helping food bank

13 March 2022

SCHOOL children have been praised for their kindness after donating much needed goods to a food bank.


Community picnic planned to mark Queen's platinum jubilee

12 March 2022
Community picnic planned to mark Queen's platinum jubilee

Community picnic planned to mark Queen's platinum jubilee

12 March 2022

PLANS are underway to hold a community picnic in Fordingbridge to mark the Queen's platinum jubilee.


Pete takes on one of the rarest jobs in the country

05 March 2022
Pete takes on one of the rarest jobs in the country

Pete takes on one of the rarest jobs in the country

05 March 2022

A VACANCY has been filled for what might be the rarest job in the country.


Boat jumble returns for Lymington Sea Scouts' centenary year

04 March 2022
Boat jumble returns for Lymington Sea Scouts' centenary year

Boat jumble returns for Lymington Sea Scouts' centenary year

04 March 2022

A SCOUTS group celebrating its centenary year is inviting the community to get involved in its biggest fundraiser.


Christchurch 71-year-old banned from roads for drink-driving

03 March 2022
Christchurch 71-year-old banned from roads for drink-driving

Christchurch 71-year-old banned from roads for drink-driving

03 March 2022

A CHRISTCHURCH pensioner has been banned from the roads for 18 months after drink-driving.


Warning for New Forest parents after children send explicit photos

02 March 2022
Warning for New Forest parents after children send explicit photos

Warning for New Forest parents after children send explicit photos

02 March 2022

POLICE have issued a warning to New Forest parents after children as young as eight were found to have shared explicit photographs on social media.


100 new homes in Bransgore set to be approved despite flood concerns

02 March 2022
100 new homes in Bransgore set to be approved despite flood concerns

100 new homes in Bransgore set to be approved despite flood concerns

02 March 2022

A 100-HOME development in Bransgore is expected to be approved by New Forest District Council.


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