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Paultons Park unveils £2.5m roundabout plan to ease A36 traffic congestion

Paultons Park unveils £2.5m roundabout plan to ease A36 traffic congestion

Paultons Park unveils £2.5m roundabout plan to ease A36 traffic congestion

15 March 2022

A FAMILY-run theme park at Ower is seeking to solve traffic congestion on the A36 with a new £2.5m roundabout scheme.


Nearly 10% miss out on first-choice secondary school in Hampshire

Nearly 10% miss out on first-choice secondary school in Hampshire

Nearly 10% miss out on first-choice secondary school in Hampshire

15 March 2022

NEARLY one in 10 Hampshire parents missed out on their child’s first-choice secondary school this year, the county council has revealed.


Hampshire's 'declining' roads will cost £377m to repair

Hampshire's 'declining' roads will cost £377m to repair

Hampshire's 'declining' roads will cost £377m to repair

14 March 2022

HUNDREDS of millions of pounds would be needed to fix Hampshire’s "declining" road network.


Lymington high street parking charges get the go-ahead

Lymington high street parking charges get the go-ahead

Lymington high street parking charges get the go-ahead

11 March 2022

DRIVERS will have to pay for parking in Lymington high street after plans were approved by Hampshire County Council in the face of public opposition.


Parking charges for Lymington high street set for approval

Parking charges for Lymington high street set for approval

Parking charges for Lymington high street set for approval

10 March 2022

CONTROVERSIAL parking charges for Lymington High Street were set to be greenlit by Hampshire County Council, despite widespread opposition.


More than 60 Afghan refugee families living in Hampshire, say county council

More than 60 Afghan refugee families living in Hampshire, say county council

More than 60 Afghan refugee families living in Hampshire, say county council

09 March 2022

MORE than 60 Afghan refugee families are now living in Hampshire, according to new statistics.


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.


Don't abuse Hampshire-based Russians over Ukraine war – plea

Don't abuse Hampshire-based Russians over Ukraine war – plea

Don't abuse Hampshire-based Russians over Ukraine war – plea

04 March 2022

RUSSIANS living in Hampshire bear no responsibility for the ongoing war in Ukraine, HCC's leader has said.


Warning Hampshire care cuts will have major impact on elderly

Warning Hampshire care cuts will have major impact on elderly

Warning Hampshire care cuts will have major impact on elderly

04 March 2022

PROPOSALS to slash community grant funding will have a major impact on the lives of elderly people in Hampshire, a care provider has warned.


Hampshire prepared to shelter Ukrainian refugees, county council says

Hampshire prepared to shelter Ukrainian refugees, county council says

Hampshire prepared to shelter Ukrainian refugees, county council says

28 February 2022

HAMPSHIRE is prepared to take Ukrainian refugees fleeing their homeland, the county council has confirmed.


Hampshire adult social care schemes could be axed to save £680,000

Hampshire adult social care schemes could be axed to save £680,000

Hampshire adult social care schemes could be axed to save £680,000

25 February 2022

THREE grant schemes could be scrapped as part of efforts to save £680,000 from Hampshire County Council’s adult social care budget.


£80m budget cuts approved by Hampshire County Council

£80m budget cuts approved by Hampshire County Council

£80m budget cuts approved by Hampshire County Council

21 February 2022

BUDGET cuts of £80m have been voted through by Hampshire County Council.


Increase in lorry visits granted at Downton quarry

Increase in lorry visits granted at Downton quarry

Increase in lorry visits granted at Downton quarry

21 February 2022

A MILFORD quarry operator has won permission to increase the lorries visiting its site to meet a growing demand for building materials.


Pensioners to fork out more for meals on wheels

Pensioners to fork out more for meals on wheels

Pensioners to fork out more for meals on wheels

18 February 2022

PENSIONERS paying for Hampshire’s meals on wheels service will soon be forking out more money for their food.


Storm emergency teams on 'full alert'

Storm emergency teams on 'full alert'

Storm emergency teams on 'full alert'

17 February 2022

THE area's emergency services are on "full alert" ready for the onslaught of Storm Eunice on Friday, when winds of up to 100mph are expected to hit.


Subsidence on Forest road causes traffic chaos

Subsidence on Forest road causes traffic chaos

Subsidence on Forest road causes traffic chaos

16 February 2022

DOZENS of vehicles are thought to have been damaged after a large hole opened up on a New Forest road.


Revival of £30k sculpture plan for Queen's jubilee in New Milton shelved

Revival of £30k sculpture plan for Queen's jubilee in New Milton shelved

Revival of £30k sculpture plan for Queen's jubilee in New Milton shelved

16 February 2022

NEW Milton councillors shelved the divisive revival of a 14-year-old £30,000 sculpture plan to mark the Queen’s platinum jubilee.


Long fight for 20 is Plenty measures to tackle New Milton speeding

Long fight for 20 is Plenty measures to tackle New Milton speeding

Long fight for 20 is Plenty measures to tackle New Milton speeding

16 February 2022

RESIDENTS were warned there would be “a good old fight” for the 20 is Plenty campaign to cover roads across New Milton plagued by speeding.


Rise in children exploited by drugs bosses, councillors told

Rise in children exploited by drugs bosses, councillors told

Rise in children exploited by drugs bosses, councillors told

15 February 2022

THE number of children being exploited by county lines drug dealers in Hampshire is continuing to rise, county councillors have been warned.


CCTV cameras plan for 'dangerous' no-right-turn on A326

CCTV cameras plan for 'dangerous' no-right-turn on A326

CCTV cameras plan for 'dangerous' no-right-turn on A326

11 February 2022

DRIVERS who ignore the no right turn on the A326 could be fined under a proposal by HCC.

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