THE government has rejected calls by a Barton woman for an investigation into the death of her sister while in the care of Southern Health.
A CHARITY which promotes inclusive cycling in the New Forest is expanding its service thanks to a £297,000 Lottery grant.
THERE has been fierce opposition to plans for 55 homes in a prominent location on the corner of Barrack Road in Christchurch.
A TEENAGER charged with murdering of former Highcliffe School student James Cutting, who was stabbed in Bournemouth, has been cleared by a jury.
THE organisers of Ellingham Show will not give any guarantees the event will go ahead as planned this summer.
A SMALL brewery operating from a Hinton farm that specialises in vegan craft beers is hosting an open day with real ales, a barbecue and live music.
ORGANISERS of the New Forest Folk Festival have confirmed the much-anticipated event will be going ahead this summer.
A NEW Forest conservationist has welcomed new laws by the government that will seek to reduce the amount of sewage entering rivers.
FOR those looking for affordable luxury as the evenings draw out, a river cruise followed by dinner on the water is sure to be just the ticket.
A DRIVER who hit a New Forest pony and left it to die in the road without reporting the incident has been sentenced.
A PUBLIC inquiry will be held into plans for 44 new retirement apartments at one of the gateways into Lymington.
SOPLEY farmer Dan Tanner and his team of pickers are busy harvesting one of the nation's favourite spring vegetables ready to sell in his shop.
AT long last locals have been able to enjoy that much-anticipated drink in the sun as pubs, restaurants, hotels and cafés opened up their gardens.
PRINCE Philip's lifelong love of Land Rovers is a fact known only too well by a former crown surveyor from Brockenhurst.
PROFESSIONAL yachtsman Mark Delstanche is soon to embark on the toughest challenge of his life - a solo and unsupported Atlantic row.
Heartfelt tributes have poured in from civic leaders across Hampshire and Dorset following the death of Prince Philip aged 99.
NEW owners of former Lymington pub the Thomas Tripp have announced a name change as it opens up its garden to customers.
LYMINGTON will see the launch of a special campaign to celebrate the reopening of non-essential shops.
A CIVIC group has called for “urgent action” to protect the last surviving barns of the salt production era which helped establish Lymington.
DESPITE calls by councillors to “move with the times”, BCP Council voted against a motion to stop using “male universals” like chairman.