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Liz Hendrie joined the A&T as a senior reporter in 2011. She became deputy news editor in 2015 and now also oversees the newspaper's lifestyle and feature pages, including Food & Drink.

Green light for scaled-back eco-homes in Everton

24 May 2022
Green light for scaled-back eco-homes in Everton

Green light for scaled-back eco-homes in Everton

24 May 2022

SCALED-BACK plans for three eco homes in Everton have been approved despite residents' concerns and opposition from the parish council.


Highcliffe School set for merger to 'drive investment'

20 May 2022
Highcliffe School set for merger to 'drive investment'

Highcliffe School set for merger to 'drive investment'

20 May 2022

HIGHCLIFFE School has announced it will be merging with a Southampton academy trust.


Letter: Ridiculous to build retirement flats with so many still on the market

20 May 2022
Letter: Ridiculous to build retirement flats with so many still on the market

Letter: Ridiculous to build retirement flats with so many still on the market

20 May 2022

SIR – The plans to build more retirement flats where the police stations were in both Hythe and Lymington is absolutely ridiculous.

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What's on the menu at Christchurch Food Festival

20 May 2022
What's on the menu at Christchurch Food Festival

What's on the menu at Christchurch Food Festival

20 May 2022

CHRISTCHURCH Food Festival will have a Queen’s jubilee-themed line-up this year and run for four days over the bank holiday weekend in June.


'Well short of the quality expected' – 240-homes plan is withdrawn

19 May 2022
'Well short of the quality expected' – 240-homes plan is withdrawn

'Well short of the quality expected' – 240-homes plan is withdrawn

19 May 2022

UNPOPULAR plans for a 240-home development in Fordingbridge have been withdrawn after planning officers said it was too big.


New local produce guide has a focus on sustainable eating

13 May 2022
New local produce guide has a focus on sustainable eating

New local produce guide has a focus on sustainable eating

13 May 2022

HAMPSHIRE Fare’s latest local produce guide has been launched – and this year has a special focus on green issues like eating sustainably.


BCP leader survives no-confidence vote brought by Christchurch Independents

11 May 2022
BCP leader survives no-confidence vote brought by Christchurch Independents

BCP leader survives no-confidence vote brought by Christchurch Independents

11 May 2022

BCP Conservative council leader Drew Mellor has comfortably survived a no-confidence vote brought by the Christchurch Independents group.


Marchwood residents object to plans for 150 homes on farmland

06 May 2022
Marchwood residents object to plans for 150 homes on farmland

Marchwood residents object to plans for 150 homes on farmland

06 May 2022

OUTLINE plans for at least 150 homes in Marchwood have sparked objections from local residents.

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Holiday park shop showcases the best in local artisan products

06 May 2022
Holiday park shop showcases the best in local artisan products

Holiday park shop showcases the best in local artisan products

06 May 2022

SANDY Balls holiday park in Fordingbridge has opened a new shop and deli packed with a huge range of regional and sustainable culinary delights.


Village hub coffee shop on the hunt for volunteers

06 May 2022
Village hub coffee shop on the hunt for volunteers

Village hub coffee shop on the hunt for volunteers

06 May 2022

A POPULAR charity cafe run by volunteers and considered by many to be a village hub is looking for extra help.


Food review – New Forest vegan restaurant Offbeet

29 April 2022
Food review – New Forest vegan restaurant Offbeet

Food review – New Forest vegan restaurant Offbeet

29 April 2022

WITH Offbeet being the New Forest’s only exclusively plant-based restaurant, and me not being vegan, I had no idea what to expect when I dined there.


Residents prepare to fight renewed plans for quarry on New Milton greenbelt

29 April 2022
Residents prepare to fight renewed plans for quarry on New Milton greenbelt

Residents prepare to fight renewed plans for quarry on New Milton greenbelt

29 April 2022

RESIDENTS are gearing up to fight renewed plans for a huge gravel quarry on greenbelt land just outside New Milton.

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Expansion for Sway Youth Centre given go-ahead

28 April 2022
Expansion for Sway Youth Centre given go-ahead

Expansion for Sway Youth Centre given go-ahead

28 April 2022

SWAY Youth Centre is to be extended after an expansion bid for three more rooms was approved by the national park authority.


PICTURES: Steam effort at model railway exhibition in New Forest

28 April 2022
PICTURES: Steam effort at model railway exhibition in New Forest

PICTURES: Steam effort at model railway exhibition in New Forest

28 April 2022

WOODGREEN’S 16th model railway exhibition and steam rally was hailed a huge success by organisers.


New Milton man banned from nightclub after attack

28 April 2022
New Milton man banned from nightclub after attack

New Milton man banned from nightclub after attack

28 April 2022

A MAN convicted of assault by beating has been banned from entering a Bournemouth nightclub for 12 months.


Fordingbridge man jailed for attacking woman four times

26 April 2022
Fordingbridge man jailed for attacking woman four times

Fordingbridge man jailed for attacking woman four times

26 April 2022

A FORDINGBRIDGE man who attacked a woman on four separate occasions has been jailed for 20 weeks.


Footpath opened for walkers to access new Milford lakes

22 April 2022
Footpath opened for walkers to access new Milford lakes

Footpath opened for walkers to access new Milford lakes

22 April 2022

A NEW public footpath has been officially opened in Milford by New Forest West MP Sir Desmond Swayne.

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Lymington’s new eatery brings fun to high-end dining

22 April 2022
Lymington’s new eatery brings fun to high-end dining

Lymington’s new eatery brings fun to high-end dining

22 April 2022

A NEW fine dining restaurant set up by former Hotel TerraVina head chef Gavin Barnes has opened in Lymington.


Sewage discharged into river after sewer blocked

21 April 2022
Sewage discharged into river after sewer blocked

Sewage discharged into river after sewer blocked

21 April 2022

SEWAGE was discharged into a Totton river because of a blocked sewer.


New Forest Show back for 2022 after two-year absence

14 April 2022
New Forest Show back for 2022 after two-year absence

New Forest Show back for 2022 after two-year absence

14 April 2022

ORGANISERS have finally given the green light to the highly anticipated New Forest Show this year, promising it will be better than ever.


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