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Developer to fight on after plan to ditch promised bridge is refused

Developer to fight on after plan to ditch promised bridge is refused

Developer to fight on after plan to ditch promised bridge is refused

17 May 2021

REDROW Homes has vowed to appeal the refusal of its bid to ditch having to build a £1m bridge link to Lymington Railway Station.


Burglar with 'appalling record' spared jail to help kick drug habit

Burglar with 'appalling record' spared jail to help kick drug habit

Burglar with 'appalling record' spared jail to help kick drug habit

12 May 2021

A PROLIFIC offender was spared jail by a judge for two distraction burglaries due to hints he had "turned a corner".


Lymington man's Marrakesh snap lands on awards shortlist

Lymington man's Marrakesh snap lands on awards shortlist

Lymington man's Marrakesh snap lands on awards shortlist

07 May 2021

A LYMINGTON man's picture of a Marrakesh street food market has been shortlisted for a prestigious photography award.


Convicted killer Omar Benguit launches new appeal to clear his name

Convicted killer Omar Benguit launches new appeal to clear his name

Convicted killer Omar Benguit launches new appeal to clear his name

07 May 2021

A FRESH appeal bid has been launched by a convicted killer who has spent nearly 20 years in jail and claims he is innocent.


Bubbles and singing for Spitfire fan Mabel's 106th birthday

Bubbles and singing for Spitfire fan Mabel's 106th birthday

Bubbles and singing for Spitfire fan Mabel's 106th birthday

07 May 2021

CELEBRATIONS have been held at a Lymington care home to mark the 106th birthday of Mabel Looker.


£20,000 appeal for long-Covid recovery gym at Lymington hospital

£20,000 appeal for long-Covid recovery gym at Lymington hospital

£20,000 appeal for long-Covid recovery gym at Lymington hospital

07 May 2021

A £20,000 appeal has been launched to give long-Covid patients using Lymington hospital access to state-of-the-art physiotherapy equipment.


'There are no excuses for this' – axes and knife found during patrol on New Forest street

'There are no excuses for this' – axes and knife found during patrol on New Forest street

'There are no excuses for this' – axes and knife found during patrol on New Forest street

06 May 2021

TWO axes and a knife were discovered in a New Forest street during a crackdown on crime involving blades.

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Man arrested after car smashes into house

Man arrested after car smashes into house

Man arrested after car smashes into house

04 May 2021

A MOTORIST was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving after a car ploughed into the wall of a house in Lymington town centre.


Bransgore man arrested over night of catalytic converter thefts across New Forest

Bransgore man arrested over night of catalytic converter thefts across New Forest

Bransgore man arrested over night of catalytic converter thefts across New Forest

30 April 2021

POLICE have arrested a man following a string of catalytic converter thefts in the New Forest during one night.


Date set for government inquiry into 44 retirement homes plan in Lymington

Date set for government inquiry into 44 retirement homes plan in Lymington

Date set for government inquiry into 44 retirement homes plan in Lymington

30 April 2021

A PUBLIC inquiry will be held into plans for 44 new retirement apartments at one of the gateways into Lymington.


Warning after huge rise in food bank emergency parcels

Warning after huge rise in food bank emergency parcels

Warning after huge rise in food bank emergency parcels

29 April 2021

THOUSANDS more emergency food parcels have been handed out to people in the New Forest over the past year, figures have revealed.


NFDC rejects plea to redesign Lymington Town Quay

NFDC rejects plea to redesign Lymington Town Quay

NFDC rejects plea to redesign Lymington Town Quay

28 April 2021

MAJOR design changes will not be made to the £1.2m plan to revamp the toilets at Lymington's Town Quay, NFDC has said, despite criticism.

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Prolific Lymington thief admits shoplifting spree across New Forest

Prolific Lymington thief admits shoplifting spree across New Forest

Prolific Lymington thief admits shoplifting spree across New Forest

27 April 2021

A LYMINGTON man faces prison after he admitted stealing from seven shops over a six-week period.


Lymington couple Joy and Colin celebrate 70th anniversary

Lymington couple Joy and Colin celebrate 70th anniversary

Lymington couple Joy and Colin celebrate 70th anniversary

23 April 2021

THE whole street came out to celebrate the 70th wedding anniversary of Lymington couple Joy and Colin Erne.


Call for redesign of 'unpopular' Lymington Town Quay revamp

Call for redesign of 'unpopular' Lymington Town Quay revamp

Call for redesign of 'unpopular' Lymington Town Quay revamp

23 April 2021

A conservation group wants design changes made to the £1.2m revamp of Lymington quay toilet block.

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National award for Lymington RNLI crew's dramatic marshes rescue

National award for Lymington RNLI crew's dramatic marshes rescue

National award for Lymington RNLI crew's dramatic marshes rescue

21 April 2021

THE dramatic rescue of sailors whose boat was stuck on the marshes near Lymington River earned four local RNLI volunteers national commendations.


Pennington petrol garage revamp given green light

Pennington petrol garage revamp given green light

Pennington petrol garage revamp given green light

19 April 2021

Plans to improve the Shell petrol station at Pennington have been given the go-ahead by NFDC.


Special campaign to boost non-essential retail

Special campaign to boost non-essential retail

Special campaign to boost non-essential retail

14 April 2021

LYMINGTON will see the launch of a special campaign to celebrate the reopening of non-essential shops.


Residents fume over ‘mouldy’ luxury flats

Residents fume over ‘mouldy’ luxury flats

Residents fume over ‘mouldy’ luxury flats

12 April 2021

TWO homeowners have spoken of their anger at having their luxury apartments at Lymington Shores ruined by “disgusting” damp and mould.

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Call to save Lymington’s historic salt barns

Call to save Lymington’s historic salt barns

Call to save Lymington’s historic salt barns

10 April 2021

A CIVIC group has called for “urgent action” to protect the last surviving barns of the salt production era which helped establish Lymington.


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