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Change coming for red diesel rules amid calls for 12-month delay

Change coming for red diesel rules amid calls for 12-month delay

Change coming for red diesel rules amid calls for 12-month delay

22 March 2022

THE rules surrounding the use of red diesel are changing from April 1, but with prices rising companies are concerned about the switch.

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Absolute bangers as Forest firms on top in sausage and pie contest

Absolute bangers as Forest firms on top in sausage and pie contest

Absolute bangers as Forest firms on top in sausage and pie contest

16 March 2022

NEW Forest producers came out on top at the Great Hampshire Sausage and Pie Competition 2022.


Plans submitted for Ringwood Domino's

Plans submitted for Ringwood Domino's

Plans submitted for Ringwood Domino's

16 March 2022

THE latest plans for a Domino's pizza takeaway in Ringwood have been submitted to New Forest District Council.


Inspirational cancer fundraiser Jo Rivron dies aged 40

Inspirational cancer fundraiser Jo Rivron dies aged 40

Inspirational cancer fundraiser Jo Rivron dies aged 40

13 March 2022

AN inspirational Everton mum who helped raise £30,000 for cancer charities has died after a long battle with the illness.


First inside look at New Milton's upcoming Marks & Spencer Foodhall

First inside look at New Milton's upcoming Marks & Spencer Foodhall

First inside look at New Milton's upcoming Marks & Spencer Foodhall

10 March 2022

MARKS & Spencer has released first-look images of the neon-decorated layout of its long-awaited new Foodhall set to open in New Milton in April.


Future looking brighter for village shop after listing agreed

Future looking brighter for village shop after listing agreed

Future looking brighter for village shop after listing agreed

09 March 2022

EAST BOLDRE'S village shop has been listed as an asset of community value despite protests from the owner who has been trying to sell the property.


Gender bias still prevalent as world comes together to celebrate women

Gender bias still prevalent as world comes together to celebrate women

Gender bias still prevalent as world comes together to celebrate women

08 March 2022

WOMEN are still facing gender-based bias in all walks of life – and we all have a part to play in recognising and tackling it.


Forestry England to take control of 10 New Forest campsites after buying out partner

Forestry England to take control of 10 New Forest campsites after buying out partner

Forestry England to take control of 10 New Forest campsites after buying out partner

04 March 2022

TEN campsites based in the New Forest have been bought up by Forestry England.


Under-threat New Forest wagon rides saved

Under-threat New Forest wagon rides saved

Under-threat New Forest wagon rides saved

03 March 2022

ONE of the oldest tourist institutions in the New Forest has been saved after Forestry England agreed to give its new owners a three-year licence.


Hundreds against waste-energy plant on greenbelt

Hundreds against waste-energy plant on greenbelt

Hundreds against waste-energy plant on greenbelt

02 March 2022

MORE than 700 objections have been made against plans for a waste-burning energy plant on greenbelt land near Christchurch.


New Pilley and Boldre community shop on track for summer launch

New Pilley and Boldre community shop on track for summer launch

New Pilley and Boldre community shop on track for summer launch

27 February 2022

WORK on a new community shop to serve Boldre and Pilley is almost complete with a planned launch date set for later in the summer.


Left in the dark – storm power cuts cost New Forest businesses dear

Left in the dark – storm power cuts cost New Forest businesses dear

Left in the dark – storm power cuts cost New Forest businesses dear

24 February 2022

RESIDENTS and businesses have been counting the cost after being left without power for up to six days in the wake of Storms Eunice and Franklin.

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Shutdown warning in Fawley refinery strike vote

Shutdown warning in Fawley refinery strike vote

Shutdown warning in Fawley refinery strike vote

23 February 2022

A UNION has warned of shutdowns at Fawley oil refinery as it balloted 100 contractors on strike action over pay negotiations.

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Totton property comprising Subway and Post Office on sale for £1 million

Totton property comprising Subway and Post Office on sale for £1 million

Totton property comprising Subway and Post Office on sale for £1 million

23 February 2022

A TOTTON town centre property comprising two businesses and the potential for up to eight flats is on the market for £1m.


Obituary: John Collyer was Everton Nurseries managing director

Obituary: John Collyer was Everton Nurseries managing director

Obituary: John Collyer was Everton Nurseries managing director

19 February 2022

FORMER managing director of Everton Nurseries and longstanding Milford resident John Collyer has died at the age of 83.


Bus services could be cut back if emergency funding is stopped

Bus services could be cut back if emergency funding is stopped

Bus services could be cut back if emergency funding is stopped

17 February 2022

NEW Forest bus services face being axed or scaled back if the government presses ahead with plans to stop emergency funding.


Approval for Marchwood port expansion amid claims hundreds of new jobs could be created

Approval for Marchwood port expansion amid claims hundreds of new jobs could be created

Approval for Marchwood port expansion amid claims hundreds of new jobs could be created

13 February 2022

HUNDREDS of new jobs could be created after New Forest district councillors greenlit development of Marchwood military port.

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Family-run New Forest farm going back to dairy roots

Family-run New Forest farm going back to dairy roots

Family-run New Forest farm going back to dairy roots

11 February 2022

DIVERSIFICATION has become the watch word for farmers looking to boost the profit of their traditional activities.


Green light for multi-million-pound Christchurch steel firm expansion

Green light for multi-million-pound Christchurch steel firm expansion

Green light for multi-million-pound Christchurch steel firm expansion

07 February 2022

A CHRISTCHURCH steel manufacturer has been given the green light for a massive expansion of its town centre site.


Hell of a meal – cafe's '666' 30-minute breakfast challenge

Hell of a meal – cafe's '666' 30-minute breakfast challenge

Hell of a meal – cafe's '666' 30-minute breakfast challenge

04 February 2022

A MARCHWOOD café has put on a huge breakfast challenge called the '666' - which has attracted, and beaten, almost 150 diners.

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