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Hunt for witnesses to half-term vandalism in Lyndhurst

01 March 2022
Hunt for witnesses to half-term vandalism in Lyndhurst

Hunt for witnesses to half-term vandalism in Lyndhurst

01 March 2022

WITNESSES are being sought to a string of vandalism in Lyndhurst, including a picnic bench set on fire.


Urgent treatment centre reopens at Lymington hospital

01 March 2022
Urgent treatment centre reopens at Lymington hospital

Urgent treatment centre reopens at Lymington hospital

01 March 2022

AN URGENT treatment centre within Lymington hospital has reopened following yesterday's temporary closure due to staff sickness.


Lymington hospital's urgent treatment centre closed temporarily

28 February 2022
Lymington hospital's urgent treatment centre closed temporarily

Lymington hospital's urgent treatment centre closed temporarily

28 February 2022

STAFF shortages has resulted in the temporary closure of Lymington hospital's urgent treatment centre.


School staff kick off 92-stadium tour for autism charity

28 February 2022
School staff kick off 92-stadium tour for autism charity

School staff kick off 92-stadium tour for autism charity

28 February 2022

STAFF from a Christchurch special school are preparing to kick off a £92,000 fundraising challenge to tour 92 football grounds in just 92 hours.


Minstead Trust launches fundraiser following storm damage

22 February 2022
Minstead Trust launches fundraiser following storm damage

Minstead Trust launches fundraiser following storm damage

22 February 2022

A CHARITY which supports people with learning disabilities and autism has launched a fundraiser to repair damage from storms Eunice and Franklin.


'Luminous logs' used to deter motorists slammed as 'eyesores'

20 February 2022
'Luminous logs' used to deter motorists slammed as 'eyesores'

'Luminous logs' used to deter motorists slammed as 'eyesores'

20 February 2022

FORESTRY England has defended its use of logs daubed with 'no parking' in luminous paint near Lyndhurst.


Food bank humbled by generosity of local community after shelves run bare

15 February 2022
Food bank humbled by generosity of local community after shelves run bare

Food bank humbled by generosity of local community after shelves run bare

15 February 2022

A FOOD bank has thanked the “wonderful community” for their donations after shelves began to run bare.


Plans to convert B&B into care home get green light

15 February 2022
Plans to convert B&B into care home get green light

Plans to convert B&B into care home get green light

15 February 2022

A CHARITY has been granted planning permission to convert a Lyndhurst B&B in to a care home for its residents.


CCTV cameras plan for 'dangerous' no-right-turn on A326

11 February 2022
CCTV cameras plan for 'dangerous' no-right-turn on A326

CCTV cameras plan for 'dangerous' no-right-turn on A326

11 February 2022

DRIVERS who ignore the no right turn on the A326 could be fined under a proposal by HCC.

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The local carnivals set to return this summer

11 February 2022
The local carnivals set to return this summer

The local carnivals set to return this summer

11 February 2022

COMMUNITIES are set to come together once again as many local carnivals and fun days return from being cancelled due to the pandemic.


New solar-powered bins installed at Lymington quay

10 February 2022
New solar-powered bins installed at Lymington quay

New solar-powered bins installed at Lymington quay

10 February 2022

NEW Forest District Council has installed five new solar bins at Lymington quay.


Ringwood woman admits drink-driving and assaulting police officer

07 February 2022
Ringwood woman admits drink-driving and assaulting police officer

Ringwood woman admits drink-driving and assaulting police officer

07 February 2022

A RINGWOOD woman who admitted driving while over the legal alcohol limit was banned from the roads for 17 months.


A326 set for priority bus lanes to boost public transport use

07 February 2022
A326 set for priority bus lanes to boost public transport use

A326 set for priority bus lanes to boost public transport use

07 February 2022

PRIORITY bus lanes are to be created along the A326 to increase public transport, under plans given the go-ahead by Hampshire County Council.

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Talented local students heading to prestigious music schools

04 February 2022
Talented local students heading to prestigious music schools

Talented local students heading to prestigious music schools

04 February 2022

FOUR talented local youngsters have been offered places at prestigious UK music colleges.


Green light set for Marchwood military port expansion

02 February 2022
Green light set for Marchwood military port expansion

Green light set for Marchwood military port expansion

02 February 2022

PLANS to expand Marchwood military port's commercial use should be approved, a report to NFDC's planning committee recommends.

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Plan to approve 64 new Fordingbridge homes

02 February 2022
Plan to approve 64 new Fordingbridge homes

Plan to approve 64 new Fordingbridge homes

02 February 2022

A DEVELOPER should be granted permission for 64 new homes in Fordingbridge if 19 are affordable, a report suggests.


More than 80 drivers stopped for speeding at animal accident hotspot

01 February 2022
More than 80 drivers stopped for speeding at animal accident hotspot

More than 80 drivers stopped for speeding at animal accident hotspot

01 February 2022

A CAMPAIGN to educate drivers about the dangers of speeding in the New Forest saw more than 80 motorists stopped in three months.


New Forest climate festival returns

28 January 2022
New Forest climate festival returns

New Forest climate festival returns

28 January 2022

A FESTIVAL of events next month will shine a light on how New Forest community groups are trying to tackle the climate emergency.

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Disabled hit by new £2.5m cuts planned for Hampshire school transport

28 January 2022
Disabled hit by new £2.5m cuts planned for Hampshire school transport

Disabled hit by new £2.5m cuts planned for Hampshire school transport

28 January 2022

DROPPING off children with special needs or disabilities up to a mile from their homes is being considered in cuts to county school transport scheme.


Nine homes approved for 'eyesore' Brockenhurst site

28 January 2022
Nine homes approved for 'eyesore' Brockenhurst site

Nine homes approved for 'eyesore' Brockenhurst site

28 January 2022

AN application to build nine new homes on an “eyesore” site in Brockenhurst has been approved despite concerns over the lack of affordable housing.


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