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Oyster 'baby boom' in Lymington River

15 September 2021
Oyster 'baby boom' in Lymington River

Oyster 'baby boom' in Lymington River

15 September 2021

THERE has been an oyster "baby boom" in Lymington River after millions of larvae were released as part of an environmental project.


Charity worker's 24-hour CrossFit challenge in aid of new Christchurch hospice

10 September 2021
Charity worker's 24-hour CrossFit challenge in aid of new Christchurch hospice

Charity worker's 24-hour CrossFit challenge in aid of new Christchurch hospice

10 September 2021

A CHARITY worker will take on 24 gruelling CrossFit workouts in as many hours to raise money for the new Macmillan Unit at Christchurch Hospital.


The Totton farm carving a name as colourful pumpkin experience

10 September 2021
The Totton farm carving a name as colourful pumpkin experience

The Totton farm carving a name as colourful pumpkin experience

10 September 2021

WITH Halloween just around the corner, Sunnyfields Farm in Totton is offering the "Pumpkin Experience" with pick-your-own and colourful displays.


Air show expected to attract one-million people as planes set to take to skies later today

02 September 2021
Air show expected to attract one-million people as planes set to take to skies later today

Air show expected to attract one-million people as planes set to take to skies later today

02 September 2021

BOURNEMOUTH is expected to welcome more than a million people over the next four days for its annual air show.


Fast food drive-thru to open in Christchurch

01 September 2021
Fast food drive-thru to open in Christchurch

Fast food drive-thru to open in Christchurch

01 September 2021

A DRIVE-THRU Burger King and coffee shop will open in Christchurch despite concerns over rubbish and traffic congestion.


Foodies flock to Christchurch's comeback festival

31 August 2021
Foodies flock to Christchurch's comeback festival

Foodies flock to Christchurch's comeback festival

31 August 2021

SUNSHINE and great food attracted big crowds to Christchurch's scaled-down comeback festival over the weekend.


'Enough is enough' – parents banned from roads outside primary school

31 August 2021
'Enough is enough' – parents banned from roads outside primary school

'Enough is enough' – parents banned from roads outside primary school

31 August 2021

PARENTS will be banned from dropping off their children outside a Holbury school under a new pilot scheme tackling safety issues.


Circus opens big top in New Milton

27 August 2021
Circus opens big top in New Milton

Circus opens big top in New Milton

27 August 2021

CIRCUS Ginnett will be wowing visitors to its big top in New Milton from this weekend with a brand new show.


Film festival to bring nail-biting night of adventure to Christchurch

27 August 2021
Film festival to bring nail-biting night of adventure to Christchurch

Film festival to bring nail-biting night of adventure to Christchurch

27 August 2021

THE Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour is coming to Christchurch with a show that promises audiences a thrilling night of adventure.


New Forest villagers’ expansion plan to save local shop from closure

27 August 2021
New Forest villagers’ expansion plan to save local shop from closure

New Forest villagers’ expansion plan to save local shop from closure

27 August 2021

A GROUP of East Boldre residents set to take over the village shop have proposed an expansion which they say is needed to make the venture viable.

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Police in fraud warning for Facebook Marketplace sellers

24 August 2021
Police in fraud warning for Facebook Marketplace sellers

Police in fraud warning for Facebook Marketplace sellers

24 August 2021

SELLERS of high value electrical items online are being warned after reports of people walking away with goods they have not paid for.


New Forest brewery holds birthday beer festival

14 August 2021
New Forest brewery holds birthday beer festival

New Forest brewery holds birthday beer festival

14 August 2021

A NEW FOREST brewery marked its 10-year anniversary with a celebratory beer festival that was attended by hundreds of real ale enthusiasts.


Investment bank buys majority stake in Southern Water

11 August 2021
Investment bank buys majority stake in Southern Water

Investment bank buys majority stake in Southern Water

11 August 2021

AN Austrailian investment bank has bought a majority stake in Southern Water after the utility firm was fined a record £90m for dumping raw sewage.


Celebrate Afternoon Tea Week in the New Forest

06 August 2021
Celebrate Afternoon Tea Week in the New Forest

Celebrate Afternoon Tea Week in the New Forest

06 August 2021

WITH Afternoon Tea Week kicking off on Sunday, now may be just the time to think about partaking in one of our great British foodie traditions.


Landowner fined for felling protected trees in New Forest

05 August 2021
Landowner fined for felling protected trees in New Forest

Landowner fined for felling protected trees in New Forest

05 August 2021

A LANDOWNER who cut down protected trees in a New Forest conservation area has been fined by a court.


Weather warning issued for south today

02 August 2021
Weather warning issued for south today

Weather warning issued for south today

02 August 2021

THE Met office has warned of torrential downpours and thunderstorms across the south coast today.


New Forest to host series of summer pop-up farmers' markets

30 July 2021
New Forest to host series of summer pop-up farmers' markets

New Forest to host series of summer pop-up farmers' markets

30 July 2021

A SERIES of pop-up farmers' markets promoting and selling locally produced food and drink will be held this summer across the New Forest.


16th century New Forest pub's £1m restoration to former glory

30 July 2021
16th century New Forest pub's £1m restoration to former glory

16th century New Forest pub's £1m restoration to former glory

30 July 2021

A SIXTEENTH century New Forest pub is welcoming guests again after being "completely transformed" during a £1m project.


Campervan owners leaving engines running are 'polluting' clifftop

25 July 2021
Campervan owners leaving engines running are 'polluting' clifftop

Campervan owners leaving engines running are 'polluting' clifftop

25 July 2021

MOTORHOME owners parking overnight on Barton clifftop have been accused of anti-social behaviour after running their engines into the night.


Green light for plans to build 280 homes in Netley Marsh

22 July 2021
Green light for plans to build 280 homes in Netley Marsh

Green light for plans to build 280 homes in Netley Marsh

22 July 2021

UP TO 280 homes are set to be built on agricultural land near Totton after planners gave the green light.


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