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Obituary: Michael Thoyts – former Lymington dentist and accomplished sailor

15 October 2021
Obituary: Michael Thoyts – former Lymington dentist and accomplished sailor

Obituary: Michael Thoyts – former Lymington dentist and accomplished sailor

15 October 2021

WELL-KNOWN Lymington dentist Michael Thoyts who ran his own practice in the town for 20 years has died aged 91.


PICTURES: Lyndhurst scarecrow trail

13 October 2021
PICTURES: Lyndhurst scarecrow trail

PICTURES: Lyndhurst scarecrow trail

13 October 2021

ORGANISERS of Lyndhurst's first scarecrow trail said they were "bowled over" by the response after more than 1,000 people took part.


NFDC nears call for climate emergency with green light from cabinet

09 October 2021
NFDC nears call for climate emergency with green light from cabinet

NFDC nears call for climate emergency with green light from cabinet

09 October 2021

TWO years after refusing to declare a climate emergency, NFDC is one step closer to catching up with its counterparts by proclaiming one of its own.


Changes on horizon for how recycling is sorted

08 October 2021
Changes on horizon for how recycling is sorted

Changes on horizon for how recycling is sorted

08 October 2021

A TWIN recycling stream looks set to be introduced across the New Forest as part of new county-wide moves to cut waste


Lymington police station retirement flats plan given thumbs-up by NFDC

08 October 2021
Lymington police station retirement flats plan given thumbs-up by NFDC

Lymington police station retirement flats plan given thumbs-up by NFDC

08 October 2021

CONTROVERSIAL plans to build 32 retirement flats on the site of Lymington’s former police station have been recommended for approval.

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Bus service improvements plan revealed for Waterside

07 October 2021
Bus service improvements plan revealed for Waterside

Bus service improvements plan revealed for Waterside

07 October 2021

TRAFFIC schemes to improve bus service reliability and journey times on the Waterside are being looked at by Hampshire County Council.

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Lymington Shores developer appeals over refusal of footbridge deal

06 October 2021
Lymington Shores developer appeals over refusal of footbridge deal

Lymington Shores developer appeals over refusal of footbridge deal

06 October 2021

DEVELOPER Redrow Homes has launched an appeal to cancel an agreement to build a £1m footbridge linking its Lymington Shores site to the town centre.

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£45,000 cash boost to tackle New Forest's invasive plants

05 October 2021
£45,000 cash boost to tackle New Forest's invasive plants

£45,000 cash boost to tackle New Forest's invasive plants

05 October 2021

A PROJECT to control invasive non-native plants in the New Forest has received a £45,000 cash boost.


Plane crash off Calshot 'likely fuel starvation'

05 October 2021
Plane crash off Calshot 'likely fuel starvation'

Plane crash off Calshot 'likely fuel starvation'

05 October 2021

A LIGHT aircraft which crashed into the Solent had suffered a loss of power that was "probably due to fuel starvation", a report has revealed.


Panic buyers leave no fuel for local frontline health workers

28 September 2021
Panic buyers leave no fuel for local frontline health workers

Panic buyers leave no fuel for local frontline health workers

28 September 2021

PANIC buying has meant frontline health and social care workers are now unable to buy fuel.


Panic buyers causing traffic chaos

26 September 2021
Panic buyers causing traffic chaos

Panic buyers causing traffic chaos

26 September 2021

DORSET police is urging people to "behave sensibly" after receiving reports of huge queues at petrol stations blocking roads.


Sparkling success for Forest couple’s sustainable wine

24 September 2021
Sparkling success for Forest couple’s sustainable wine

Sparkling success for Forest couple’s sustainable wine

24 September 2021

WITH their sights set on running a French vineyard, Bramshaw couple Ian and Amanda Brown never imagined they would be making wine in the Forest.


Letter: Angry and selfish driving kills cyclists

24 September 2021
Letter: Angry and selfish driving kills cyclists

Letter: Angry and selfish driving kills cyclists

24 September 2021

"lf anyone's animosity is justified, it is the cyclist whose safety is jeopardised by bad drivers."

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Hampshire social care short 100 workers

23 September 2021
Hampshire social care short 100 workers

Hampshire social care short 100 workers

23 September 2021

THE social care sector in Hampshire is short of almost 100 workers, according to advertised vacancies.


Centre of Highcliffe set for regeneration

23 September 2021
Centre of Highcliffe set for regeneration

Centre of Highcliffe set for regeneration

23 September 2021

PLANS have been announced to regenerate Highcliffe's high street as part of a pilot scheme by BCP Council.


Hampshire banks stop more than £1m in scams over six months

20 September 2021
Hampshire banks stop more than £1m in scams over six months

Hampshire banks stop more than £1m in scams over six months

20 September 2021

BANKING staff have been working with Hampshire police to stop more than £1m of fraud during the first half of this year.


'Why can't you just hold it in?' – parents' fury over teachers 'refusing toilet breaks' in class

18 September 2021
'Why can't you just hold it in?' – parents' fury over teachers 'refusing toilet breaks' in class

'Why can't you just hold it in?' – parents' fury over teachers 'refusing toilet breaks' in class

18 September 2021

PUPILS at Highcliffe School are being stopped from using the toilet during lesson time, say outraged parents.

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Village shop takeover hits costly ‘bump in road’

17 September 2021
Village shop takeover hits costly ‘bump in road’

Village shop takeover hits costly ‘bump in road’

17 September 2021

AMBITIOUS plans by a group of East Boldre residents to save the village shop have hit a stumbling block.


Farm shop's new bar to bring spectacle of 'theatrical' live-fire cooking

17 September 2021
Farm shop's new bar to bring spectacle of 'theatrical' live-fire cooking

Farm shop's new bar to bring spectacle of 'theatrical' live-fire cooking

17 September 2021

A NEW courtyard bar has opened at Fordingbridge Farm Shop, with plans already afoot for an expanded menu and open-fire cooking by guest pop-up chefs.


Lyndhurst Christmas lights will return this year with help from Stag Hotel donation

16 September 2021
Lyndhurst Christmas lights will return this year with help from Stag Hotel donation

Lyndhurst Christmas lights will return this year with help from Stag Hotel donation

16 September 2021

LYNDHURST’s popular overhead Christmas lights will make a comeback to the high street this year, thanks to an “exceedingly generous” donation.


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