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Death of 'wonderful' Julie 'wholly unexpected'

17 August 2021
Death of 'wonderful' Julie 'wholly unexpected'

Death of 'wonderful' Julie 'wholly unexpected'

17 August 2021

THE death of a "wonderful" Bransgore woman who took her own life was wholly unexpected, an inquest heard.


Florence beats Covid to celebrate 107th birthday

15 August 2021
Florence beats Covid to celebrate 107th birthday

Florence beats Covid to celebrate 107th birthday

15 August 2021

A Christchurch care home resident who recovered from coronavirus has marked her 107th birthday with a party.


Fundraiser launched for return of Lyndhurst Christmas string lights

15 August 2021
Fundraiser launched for return of Lyndhurst Christmas string lights

Fundraiser launched for return of Lyndhurst Christmas string lights

15 August 2021

A £15,000 fundraising appeal has been launched to bring back the popular Christmas string lights in Lyndhurst, which were axed in 2019.


Fordingbridge Twinning Association founder and president dies aged 88

14 August 2021
Fordingbridge Twinning Association founder and president dies aged 88

Fordingbridge Twinning Association founder and president dies aged 88

14 August 2021

The president and founder of Fordingbridge Twinning Association, Dennis Bailey, has died.


Medal for RNLI crew member's 30 years' service

11 August 2021
Medal for RNLI crew member's 30 years' service

Medal for RNLI crew member's 30 years' service

11 August 2021

A CALSHOT RNLI crew member who has served with the station for 30 years has been presented with a long service medal.


Vandals target disability charity based at Testwood Lakes

11 August 2021
Vandals target disability charity based at Testwood Lakes

Vandals target disability charity based at Testwood Lakes

11 August 2021

A DISABILITY sailing charity has been targeted twice by vandals who damaged access paths in Totton.


Aldi announces plans for Totton store

10 August 2021
Aldi announces plans for Totton store

Aldi announces plans for Totton store

10 August 2021

German supermarket chain Aldi has announced it plans to open a new store in Totton.


Crime fears over pop-up glamping site's alcohol licence bid

31 July 2021
Crime fears over pop-up glamping site's alcohol licence bid

Crime fears over pop-up glamping site's alcohol licence bid

31 July 2021

ORGANISERS of a luxury glamping site in Calshot offering yoga and massages have sparked fears of crime and disturbance with a bid to serve alcohol.


Golfer raises £3,500 in round the clock charity drive

30 July 2021
Golfer raises £3,500 in round the clock charity drive

Golfer raises £3,500 in round the clock charity drive

30 July 2021

A LYMINGTON man who played golf non-stop for 24 hours has raised £3,500 for mental health charity, Mind.


Scouts’ celebrity plea to help fix vandal-hit HQ

30 July 2021
Scouts’ celebrity plea to help fix vandal-hit HQ

Scouts’ celebrity plea to help fix vandal-hit HQ

30 July 2021

SCOUTS fed up with vandals targeting their headquarters have launched a campaign to persuade celebrities to throw their support behind a fundraiser.


Tributes to New Forest landlord who was 'heart and soul' of pub

23 July 2021
Tributes to New Forest landlord who was 'heart and soul' of pub

Tributes to New Forest landlord who was 'heart and soul' of pub

23 July 2021

TRIBUTES have been paid to Simon Dawson following his sudden death.


Obituary: Roy Housden – former POW worked on infamous Death Railway in Burma

23 July 2021
Obituary: Roy Housden – former POW worked on infamous Death Railway in Burma

Obituary: Roy Housden – former POW worked on infamous Death Railway in Burma

23 July 2021

A DIBDEN man who credited his positivity to living a long life has died aged 101.


Lyndhurst residents want no-entry signs as drivers 'speed through' streets to avoid A337 jams

21 July 2021
Lyndhurst residents want no-entry signs as drivers 'speed through' streets to avoid A337 jams

Lyndhurst residents want no-entry signs as drivers 'speed through' streets to avoid A337 jams

21 July 2021

RESIDENTS in Lyndhurst tired of motorists using roads as rat-runs are lobbying HCC to implement a no-entry restriction.


Plan for new homes on Fairmile Road in Christchurch rejected

14 July 2021
Plan for new homes on Fairmile Road in Christchurch rejected

Plan for new homes on Fairmile Road in Christchurch rejected

14 July 2021

PLANS to develop an area of land – previously used to display advertising hoardings – with five new homes have been thrown out..


Public inquiry to decide whether New Forest property should be torn down

14 July 2021
Public inquiry to decide whether New Forest property should be torn down

Public inquiry to decide whether New Forest property should be torn down

14 July 2021

A PUBLIC inquiry will be held to determine whether a property built in the New Forest that was bigger than approved plans can be kept.


Totton venue praised for response to comedian's racist penalty shootout tweets

13 July 2021
Totton venue praised for response to comedian's racist penalty shootout tweets

Totton venue praised for response to comedian's racist penalty shootout tweets

13 July 2021

HANGER Farm Arts Centre has been praised by local councillors for axing Andrew Lawrence.


Totton venue cancels comedian over racist England penalty shootout tweets

12 July 2021
Totton venue cancels comedian over racist England penalty shootout tweets

Totton venue cancels comedian over racist England penalty shootout tweets

12 July 2021

A TOTTON venue has cancelled a comedian's show after he posted racist comments on social media following England's penalties defeat in Euro 2020.


Robin hits heights at 88, raising £4k with charity skydive

09 July 2021
Robin hits heights at 88, raising £4k with charity skydive

Robin hits heights at 88, raising £4k with charity skydive

09 July 2021

A LYMINGTON octogenarian who fulfilled his dream to skydive has raised £4,000 for Wessex Cancer Trust.


Warning for 'boy racers' meeting on industrial estate

05 July 2021
Warning for 'boy racers' meeting on industrial estate

Warning for 'boy racers' meeting on industrial estate

05 July 2021

POLICE have issued a warning to motorists who have been gathering on an industrial estate near Totton to race and perform stunts.


Hythe ferry fundraiser hits £37k target

01 July 2021
Hythe ferry fundraiser hits £37k target

Hythe ferry fundraiser hits £37k target

01 July 2021

A FUNDRAISING campaign to secure the future of Hythe ferry has hit its target of £37,500.


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