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Burton driver's £1,300 bill after drink-driving and failing to stop

11 May 2022
Burton driver's £1,300 bill after drink-driving and failing to stop

Burton driver's £1,300 bill after drink-driving and failing to stop

11 May 2022

DRINK-driving and failing to stop for police cost a Burton motorist just under £1,300.


Royal waive for parking fees during New Forest jubilee events

11 May 2022
Royal waive for parking fees during New Forest jubilee events

Royal waive for parking fees during New Forest jubilee events

11 May 2022

THERE could be a day-long royal pardon on parking fees for towns and villages hosting Queen’s platinum jubilee celebrations.


Ringwood man hit with £3,500 bill after assaulting woman

10 May 2022
Ringwood man hit with £3,500 bill after assaulting woman

Ringwood man hit with £3,500 bill after assaulting woman

10 May 2022

ATTACKING a woman cost a Ringwood man nearly £3,500 when he appeared before magistrates.


Work on new Barton Co-op to finally resume after 12-month legal wrangle

10 May 2022
Work on new Barton Co-op to finally resume after 12-month legal wrangle

Work on new Barton Co-op to finally resume after 12-month legal wrangle

10 May 2022

THE creation of a supermarket chain’s new branch in a landmark Barton building is finally set to resume after a year-long legal wrangle.


Hunt for woman after dog attack in Highcliffe

10 May 2022
Hunt for woman after dog attack in Highcliffe

Hunt for woman after dog attack in Highcliffe

10 May 2022

POLICE are seeking a woman whose dog bit a man as he tried to stop it attacking his son’s pet in Highcliffe.


Road closed as investigation into fatal New Milton crash continues

09 May 2022
Road closed as investigation into fatal New Milton crash continues

Road closed as investigation into fatal New Milton crash continues

09 May 2022

POLICE closed a New Milton road on Saturday night as they continued to investigate a hit-and-run crash which killed a retired nurse.


Arrest made over mum-of-five's death on Marchwood bypass

09 May 2022
Arrest made over mum-of-five's death on Marchwood bypass

Arrest made over mum-of-five's death on Marchwood bypass

09 May 2022

A MAN has been arrested in connection with a crash on the A326 Marchwood bypass which claimed the life of a mum-of-five.

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Robbers armed with hammer raid Totton garage

09 May 2022
Robbers armed with hammer raid Totton garage

Robbers armed with hammer raid Totton garage

09 May 2022

THREE teens were arrested after robbers armed with a hammer stole cigarettes and tobacco in a raid on a Totton petrol station.

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£100,000 worth of drugs seized in police crackdown

06 May 2022
£100,000 worth of drugs seized in police crackdown

£100,000 worth of drugs seized in police crackdown

06 May 2022

TENS of thousands of pounds of illegal drugs have been taken out of circulation, police have said, as part of a new crackdown on county lines dealing.


Staff and customers evacuated after fire at Milford store

06 May 2022
Staff and customers evacuated after fire at Milford store

Staff and customers evacuated after fire at Milford store

06 May 2022

A MILFORD convenience store was evacuated after a fire broke out in a fridge-freezer yesterday (Thursday) morning.


Police appeal to trace 'unique' clock burgled from Lyndhurst home

06 May 2022
Police appeal to trace 'unique' clock burgled from Lyndhurst home

Police appeal to trace 'unique' clock burgled from Lyndhurst home

06 May 2022

PEOPLE are urged to look out for a “reasonably unique” clock being offered for sale after burglars stole it from a Lyndhurst home.


Town 'icon' Ken named New Milton's Citizen of the Year

06 May 2022
Town 'icon' Ken named New Milton's Citizen of the Year

Town 'icon' Ken named New Milton's Citizen of the Year

06 May 2022

A DEDICATED nonagenarian was named New Milton's Citizen of the Year after returning to volunteer with the Citizens Advice Bureau.


Funding setback for New Milton jubilee mural

06 May 2022
Funding setback for New Milton jubilee mural

Funding setback for New Milton jubilee mural

06 May 2022

PLANS for a wall mural in the centre of New Milton for the Queen’s platinum jubilee hit a snag when a charitable foundation denied it funding.


Town councillors reject New Milton homes plan for second time

06 May 2022
Town councillors reject New Milton homes plan for second time

Town councillors reject New Milton homes plan for second time

06 May 2022

TOWN councillors are again opposing revised plans for a 166-home development on the edge of New Milton amid concerns over road safety.


Driver arrested as police stop 40 vans in New Forest flytipping crackdown

05 May 2022
Driver arrested as police stop 40 vans in New Forest flytipping crackdown

Driver arrested as police stop 40 vans in New Forest flytipping crackdown

05 May 2022

FORTY vans were stopped and a driver arrested as police and local authorities carried out another anti-flytipping operation in Lyndhurst.

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Bransgore man died from traumatic brain injury – inquest

05 May 2022
Bransgore man died from traumatic brain injury – inquest

Bransgore man died from traumatic brain injury – inquest

05 May 2022

A TRAUMATIC brain injury led to the death of a 61-year-old Bransgore man, an inquest heard.


CCTV picture released after thief hits vehicles in Brockenhurst

05 May 2022
CCTV picture released after thief hits vehicles in Brockenhurst

CCTV picture released after thief hits vehicles in Brockenhurst

05 May 2022

CASH and dash cams were stolen when a thief targeted a number of vehicles parked in a Brockenhurst street in the early hours.


Surfer’s illness blamed on sewage at Barton beach

05 May 2022
Surfer’s illness blamed on sewage at Barton beach

Surfer’s illness blamed on sewage at Barton beach

05 May 2022

A SURFER who fell seriously ill after riding waves off Barton beach has blamed sewage discharged into the Solent.


Disruption for Brockenhurst trains

04 May 2022
Disruption for Brockenhurst trains

Disruption for Brockenhurst trains

04 May 2022

TRAIN services through Brockenhurst will be disrupted as South Western Railway carries out planned maintenance on Sunday.


Man slapped with £1,800 bill over flytip

04 May 2022
Man slapped with £1,800 bill over flytip

Man slapped with £1,800 bill over flytip

04 May 2022

FLYTIPPING wood shavings and household waste cost a West Wellow man more than £1,800.


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