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Chris March has been a reporter for the A&T since 2005. His reporting beat includes New Milton Town Council and breaking news, including local crimes and emergency services call-outs.

Fire destroys workshop in East End

15 August 2022
Fire destroys workshop in East End

Fire destroys workshop in East End

15 August 2022

A MAN was treated by paramedics as around 40 firefighters battled a blaze which gutted a workshop in Thorns Lane, off Sowley Lane in East End.


New Forest to host its first ever Pride event

15 August 2022
New Forest to host its first ever Pride event

New Forest to host its first ever Pride event

15 August 2022

FUN for all the family is promised when New Forest Pride’s inaugural event finally gets underway in New Milton after a two-year delay.


Police hunt Testwood Lakes arsonists

15 August 2022
Police hunt Testwood Lakes arsonists

Police hunt Testwood Lakes arsonists

15 August 2022

ARSONISTS started a series of fires covering grass and woodland in the Testwood Lakes and Test Lane area, near Calmore Industrial Estate, Totton.


Fire crew frees seagull caught on fishing hook and line

12 August 2022
Fire crew frees seagull caught on fishing hook and line

Fire crew frees seagull caught on fishing hook and line

12 August 2022

FIREFIGHTERS went to the rescue of a seagull that became caught on a fishing hook and line on a phone cable in Christchurch.


Christchurch estate agent died by hanging, inquest hears

12 August 2022
Christchurch estate agent died by hanging, inquest hears

Christchurch estate agent died by hanging, inquest hears

12 August 2022

HANGING led to the death of a 49-year-old estate agent whose body was discovered at his Christchurch home, an inquest heard.


Rehab order for Pennington man's abuse and assault

12 August 2022
Rehab order for Pennington man's abuse and assault

Rehab order for Pennington man's abuse and assault

12 August 2022

A RELIGIOUSLY aggravated attack and abusive behaviour resulted in a Pennington man being told by magistrates to undergo rehabilitation activity.


Fire service urges the public to 'do your bit'

12 August 2022
Fire service urges the public to 'do your bit'

Fire service urges the public to 'do your bit'

12 August 2022

HAMPSHIRE'S fire service and county council have joined forces to warn of the risk of wildfires during the hot and dry weather.


CCTV probe after teen stabbed in attempted robbery in Christchurch

11 August 2022
CCTV probe after teen stabbed in attempted robbery in Christchurch

CCTV probe after teen stabbed in attempted robbery in Christchurch

11 August 2022

CCTV images of three suspects have been released after a teenage boy was knifed in the leg in an attempted robbery in a Christchurch street.


Woman hospitalised after getting caught in riptide off Lepe beach

11 August 2022
Woman hospitalised after getting caught in riptide off Lepe beach

Woman hospitalised after getting caught in riptide off Lepe beach

11 August 2022

TWO swimmers needed medical treatment after getting caught in riptides by a notorious sandbar off Lepe beach on Saturday.


Dogs dead and two badly hurt in crash near Ringwood

10 August 2022
Dogs dead and two badly hurt in crash near Ringwood

Dogs dead and two badly hurt in crash near Ringwood

10 August 2022

A MOTORCYCLIST and a dog walker were badly hurt and two pets died following a collision on the B3347 near Ringwood.


Garden bonfire out of control in Pennington

10 August 2022
Garden bonfire out of control in Pennington

Garden bonfire out of control in Pennington

10 August 2022

FIREFIGHTERS battled a garden bonfire that spread to a garage in Sway Road, Pennington, causing extensive damage.


Fire alert as Met Office issues extreme heat warning

09 August 2022
Fire alert as Met Office issues extreme heat warning

Fire alert as Met Office issues extreme heat warning

09 August 2022

AN arson attack that devastated part of Fawley Inclosure was among a string of fires in the New Forest as another heatwave sparked further alerts.


Driver caught going 93mph on New Forest road

09 August 2022
Driver caught going 93mph on New Forest road

Driver caught going 93mph on New Forest road

09 August 2022

RESIDENTS and road safety campaigners expressed their shock after a motorist was caught speeding at 93mph on a New Forest road in the Beaulieu area.


'Stargazing' youths caught by police on Barclays' roof

08 August 2022
'Stargazing' youths caught by police on Barclays' roof

'Stargazing' youths caught by police on Barclays' roof

08 August 2022

“ABSOLUTE stupidity.” This was the police’s response after two youths caught standing on the roof of a Totton bank told them they were “stargazing”.


Lift rescue marks first post-Covid Lymington twinning trip

08 August 2022
Lift rescue marks first post-Covid Lymington twinning trip

Lift rescue marks first post-Covid Lymington twinning trip

08 August 2022

EXCITEMENT at Lymington’s first international twinning trip in three years was well and truly elevated by a French lift rescue.


Fuel container found at suspicious gorse fire

05 August 2022
Fuel container found at suspicious gorse fire

Fuel container found at suspicious gorse fire

05 August 2022

POLICE have been alerted after a discarded fuel container was found near a gorse blaze tackled by firefighters in Hythe.

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Prints charming from village camera club

05 August 2022
Prints charming from village camera club

Prints charming from village camera club

05 August 2022

SNAP-happy photographers from Beaulieu Camera Group showed off their eye for a good shot with a display of their efforts at the village fete.


Children's exhibit on legendary Lymington firm Wellworthy

05 August 2022
Children's exhibit on legendary Lymington firm Wellworthy

Children's exhibit on legendary Lymington firm Wellworthy

05 August 2022

YOUNGSTERS delved into the past to explore an engineering firm which was once one of Lymington’s biggest employers.


Overnight closures for two weeks of A31 bridge work

05 August 2022
Overnight closures for two weeks of A31 bridge work

Overnight closures for two weeks of A31 bridge work

05 August 2022

MOTORISTS will face overnight diversions over the next two weeks as multi-million-pound improvement work on the A31 continues.


Seagull-delayed demolition of old Highcliffe shops goes ahead

05 August 2022
Seagull-delayed demolition of old Highcliffe shops goes ahead

Seagull-delayed demolition of old Highcliffe shops goes ahead

05 August 2022

DEMOLITION of a row of Highcliffe town centre shops finally went ahead after being delayed for nearly three months by a seagull.


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