A DEVELOPER has submitted a planning application to build 19 new affordable homes on farmland near Fawley
NEW Forest drama students were among those celebrated at an awards ceremony complete with a limousine and red carpet.
LYNDHURST has recognised local champions who have gone above and beyond to help the community.
A KEYHAVEN man was fined after admitting having two knives in a Bournemouth street.
PLANS to build up to 150 new homes on former agricultural land in Marchwood have been submitted to NFDC.
AN office site in Totton could be converted into seven new homes if planning permission is granted by New Forest District Council.
A CHRISTCHURCH man who admitted a racially aggravated assault has been ordered to pay £250 compensation.
A DEVELOPER has announced plans to build 111 new homes in Fordingbridge in the first phase of a redevelopment strategy which could see over 400 built.
A HYTHE pensioner and has raised over £200 for charity by running a half marathon in memory of her late husband.
NICOLE Webb, who taught at the Arnewood School in New Milton and Brockenhurst College, has died aged 79 after a long period of ill health.
A NEW Forest pub has applied for planning permission to add 14 guest bedrooms to attract tourists.
A VICAR is running eight marathons to raise money to pay for much-needed renovations at a Netley Marsh church.
HIGHCLIFFE Castle has won a top award for providing "amazing experiences despite unprecedented circumstances" during the pandemic.
A LYMINGTON antiques dealer has tracked down a silver presentation bowl once owned by King William IV.
LYMINGTON’s Oakhaven Hospice has launched an urgent campaign to recruit more nurses so it can keep open beds.
A PARISH council has objected to plans for 37 lower cost homes in Dibden, with concerns of overdevelopment, highway safety and the impact on wildlife.
HYTHE ferry has seen passenger numbers increase to pre-pandemic levels thanks to tourists visiting this summer.
'MILESTONE' plans to expand Marchwood Military Port have been submitted to the NFDC following months of consultation.
CROWDS of people turned out yesterday (Sunday) for the return of the Waterside raft race in Hythe.
OVER 100 locals have been acknowledged by Hythe and Dibden Parish Council for their extraordinary acts of kindness.