HUNGRY hogs will roam free in the New Forest from Monday as the annual pannage season gets under way with a big crop of acorns expected.
A POD of frolicking dolphins spotted near Hengistbury Head delighted sailors during the bank holiday weekend.
THOUSANDS of children and young people are set to return to schools and colleges across Hampshire this week with updated COVID-19 measures in place.
PLANNING permission has been granted for six new flats to be created by raising the roof of a former cinema building in Totton.
KNOWN for his cheeky banter and amazing horticultural knowledge, long-standing Lymington market trader George Davie has died at the age of 70.
TWELVE affordable homes will be built on the site of a former Totton social club after plans were approved by councillors.
A CAST of West End actors will bring Oscar Wilde to Minstead with a 12-night run of The Importance of Being Earnest at Furzey Gardens.
A COLLECTION of dilapidated Exbury farm buildings have been lovingly restored and transformed into a permanent art gallery and event venue.
CLUBBING in Ibiza may have been off the cards this summer but house music fans can enjoy a taste of the White Isle at Café Mambo's event in Romsey
A SPECTACULAR firework display will illuminate Christchurch Quay on Saturday as the town’s annual carnival weekend returns.
CHRISTCHURCH sisters Dolly Elford and Kathy Beasley who recently celebrated their 100th birthday inspired a painting in London’s Mall Galleries
A SUSPENSION of garden waste collections in the New Forest is set to continue indefinitely due to ongoing staff shortages.
BEACH hut at Mudeford is set to go under the hammer on Friday with a guide price of £350,000.
WALKERS can combine exercise with exploration during a series of new routes celebrating the history and folklore of the New Forest.
A FORMER New Milton bank could reopen as a KFC restaurant and takeaway under plans be considered by NFDC.
RECENT warm and wet weather has created the perfect conditions for blood-sucking ticks to thrive, the public is being warned.
A POPULATION of rare pine martens which have made their home in the New Forest are set to be studied by conservationists using hidden cameras.
BARBECUES and fire pits should be banned from all New Forest campsites to send a consistent message to visitors, a leading commoner has warned
THE site of a Grade II listed Milford pub could be developed into five new homes under plans submitted to New Forest District Council.
PARISH councillors have raised concerns about public open space in Milford, ahead of its handover by a local developer.