THE landlady of an Ashurst pub has said it could be forced to close following a complaint about live music.
THE closure of a section of the A35 has had a "huge impact" on business in Lyndhurst, traders have warned, as day-trippers go elsewhere.
NEW Forest District Council is increasing the amount it charges to take away rubbish, including bulky collections and garden waste.
PART of Lyndhurst High Street will be temporarily closed to allow a delivery of 20-metre concrete beams.
A MOTORIST who assaulted a police officer and refused to take a breathalyser test was banned from the roads for 36 months.
A CHARITY which supports people with learning disabilities and autism hopes to turn a former Lyndhurst B&B in to a care home.
BEACH hut owners successfully persuaded New Forest District Council to make a smaller increase in their annual site charges.
FAST-food giant KFC has earmarked Totton for a new drive-through outlet.
WORK is under way to transform a former restaurant in Dibden Purlieu into a new commercial premises with four flats.
A RUN-DOWN building used for more than 80 years by the Totton branch of the Royal British Legion can be demolished, NFDC has confirmed.
A CHRISTCHURCH man who admitted harassing two women has been given a suspended prison sentence.
A SERIES of 24 festive performances which took place in Christchurch throughout December raised almost £20,000 for local charities.
A RINGWOOD man who damaged a Covid protection screen at a hotel was ordered to pay £300 compensation.
Hampshire County Council is reminding parents that they must specify all three preferences when submitting school applications.
TWO New Forest charities received early Christmas presents with successful funding drives netting well over £1m between them.
FAMILIES are being urged to discuss their wishes on organ donation as it is revealed more than 120 people in Hampshire are awaiting a transplant.
LANDFORD Parish Council has joined residents opposing a local campsite's plans to axe touring places to bring in more lodge-style accommodation.
A CALMORE man has been sent to prison for more than 11 months after he admitted breaching two suspended sentences.
RESIDENTS have successfully overturned a preservation order on a tree in Totton.
A LYMINGTON teenager has taken second place in a national photography competition which attracted more than 6,500 entries.