A WOMAN and two children were rescued by firefighters and police when they got stuck in bogland at Beaulieu after taking a shortcut.
MAJOR festivities on Barton clifftop marking the Queen’s platinum jubilee are set to benefit from £3,500 in New Milton Town Council funding.
HURST Castle’s east wing has been stabilised a year after part of it collapsed into the sea as a £3m protection scheme continues.
RESIDENTS and businesses have been counting the cost after being left without power for up to six days in the wake of Storms Eunice and Franklin.
A TOTTON motorist twice caught with cocaine in his system in Devon was banned from the roads for 42 months.
A BASHLEY man who attacked a woman was told by magistrates to carry out community work.
RAM-raiders smashed their way into a garage at Hythe & Dibden Football Club, snatching a large haul of power tools.
TREES were brought down, beach huts destroyed and power to many homes lost as Storms Eunice and Franklin battered the New Forest and Christchurch.
SOUTH Western Railway is urging people not to travel today (Monday) as Storm Franklin brings more strong winds across the New Forest and Christchurch.
POLICE warned motorists speeding could have “devastating consequences” after two were caught doing around 80mph – twice the limit – in the New Forest.
POWERFUL winds have been bringing down trees on roads and railways as Storm Eunice batters the New Forest and Christchurch today (Friday).
MULTI-agency efforts to combat “small pockets” of anti-social behaviour in New Milton and Ashley through outreach work were welcomed by councillors.
A HYTHE motorist who died following a police pursuit between Salisbury and Andover has been named as Robert Archer.
A BURST water main has forced the closure of a stretch of Pound Lane near Burley – a key diversion route during the A35 Holmsley bridge works.
CHRISTCHURCH woman Karen Stone who disappeared two days ago has been found hours after a police appeal.
MOTORISTS were urged not to block emergency access gates after crews drove over a mile to reach an injured walker in the New Forest.
NEW Milton councillors shelved the divisive revival of a 14-year-old £30,000 sculpture plan to mark the Queen’s platinum jubilee.
THERE was excitement in the New Forest this morning as Olympic diving superstar Tom Daley OBE passed through on an epic challenge for Comic Relief.
RESIDENTS were warned there would be “a good old fight” for the 20 is Plenty campaign to cover roads across New Milton plagued by speeding.
A WATER company won a bid to replace its ageing Lymington storage tower after an E.coli scare saw 6,000 households almost told to boil their supplies.