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Delays to Waterside scheme 'like a Charles Dickens novel'

Delays to Waterside scheme 'like a Charles Dickens novel'

Delays to Waterside scheme 'like a Charles Dickens novel'

19 April 2022

COMPLETING the legal agreement for the Fawley Waterside development was compared to a Charles Dickens novel due to the length of time it is taking.

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Overnight road closures on A326

Overnight road closures on A326

Overnight road closures on A326

28 March 2022

DIVERSIONS will be in place on sections of the A326 from tonight (Monday) due to resurfacing work.

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Firm's involvement with Solent Freeport under threat after P&O Ferries sackings

Firm's involvement with Solent Freeport under threat after P&O Ferries sackings

Firm's involvement with Solent Freeport under threat after P&O Ferries sackings

25 March 2022

CONTROVERSY over the sacking of P&O Ferries staff could scupper a major firm’s potential involvement in the Solent Freeport, it has emerged.


Freeport closer after NFDC greenlights next step

Freeport closer after NFDC greenlights next step

Freeport closer after NFDC greenlights next step

24 March 2022

THE flagship Solent Freeport project has moved a step closer after New Forest district councillors backed its progression to the next phase.


Totton man among three arrested after cross-border police pursuit

Totton man among three arrested after cross-border police pursuit

Totton man among three arrested after cross-border police pursuit

10 March 2022

A TOTTON man was among three people arrested following a cross-border police pursuit after a car theft in Hampshire and garage raid in Dorset.


Waterside railway will only reopen if taxpayers get value for money – transport minister

Waterside railway will only reopen if taxpayers get value for money – transport minister

Waterside railway will only reopen if taxpayers get value for money – transport minister

26 December 2021

THE reintroduction of Waterside railway passenger service will only happen if it represents good value for taxpayers, a government minister has said.

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New Forest charities net more than £1m thanks to generous donors

New Forest charities net more than £1m thanks to generous donors

New Forest charities net more than £1m thanks to generous donors

25 December 2021

TWO New Forest charities received early Christmas presents with successful funding drives netting well over £1m between them.


A326 widening bill will spiral and hit taxpayers' pockets – Waterside councillor

A326 widening bill will spiral and hit taxpayers' pockets – Waterside councillor

A326 widening bill will spiral and hit taxpayers' pockets – Waterside councillor

23 December 2021

THE bill for widening the A326 could spiral beyond £15m worth of funding, concerned waterside councillor David Harrison has claimed.

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Upgrade work on A326 on Waterside can start – once county council is given millions in government funding

Upgrade work on A326 on Waterside can start – once county council is given millions in government funding

Upgrade work on A326 on Waterside can start – once county council is given millions in government funding

16 December 2021

HAMPSHIRE County Council has selected an improvement plan for the A326 which will kick into gear if it is granted millions in government funding.

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New Forest MP calls for 'reality check' on reopening Waterside railway

New Forest MP calls for 'reality check' on reopening Waterside railway

New Forest MP calls for 'reality check' on reopening Waterside railway

28 November 2021

NEW Forest East MP Julian Lewis has concerns over the planned reintroduction of the Waterside railway passenger service.

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Fire engulfs bedroom at Langley home

Fire engulfs bedroom at Langley home

Fire engulfs bedroom at Langley home

22 November 2021

FIREFIGHTERS battled a blaze which broke out in the bedroom of a home in St Francis Road, Langley, near Blackfield, on Sunday morning.


Call to drop Solent Freeport plans after financial report raises doubts

Call to drop Solent Freeport plans after financial report raises doubts

Call to drop Solent Freeport plans after financial report raises doubts

03 November 2021

PLANS for a low-tax freeport on the Waterside should be dropped, according to a councillor, after its effectiveness was questioned by a report.

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Watch as Fawley chimney demolition goes with a bang

Watch as Fawley chimney demolition goes with a bang

Watch as Fawley chimney demolition goes with a bang

31 October 2021

WATCH the moment the final stage in the demolition of Fawley power station took place.


Waterside railway reopening supporters celebrate £7m boost in budget

Waterside railway reopening supporters celebrate £7m boost in budget

Waterside railway reopening supporters celebrate £7m boost in budget

29 October 2021

CAMPAIGNERS for reopening the Waterside railway line are celebrating after the chancellor allocated £7m for the project in the budget this week.

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Calmore woman to be sentenced after causing unnecessary suffering to horse during loading

Calmore woman to be sentenced after causing unnecessary suffering to horse during loading

Calmore woman to be sentenced after causing unnecessary suffering to horse during loading

18 October 2021

A CALMORE woman was found guilty of causing unnecessary suffering to a horse while loading it into a horse box.


Bus service improvements plan revealed for Waterside

Bus service improvements plan revealed for Waterside

Bus service improvements plan revealed for Waterside

07 October 2021

TRAFFIC schemes to improve bus service reliability and journey times on the Waterside are being looked at by Hampshire County Council.

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Next stage of £25m repairs on A35 Redbridge Causeway given green light

Next stage of £25m repairs on A35 Redbridge Causeway given green light

Next stage of £25m repairs on A35 Redbridge Causeway given green light

30 September 2021

HAMPSHIRE County Council has given the green light to start work on the third phase of the £25m refurbishment of the A35 Redbridge flyover.


Persistent shoplifter banned from four Waterside stores

Persistent shoplifter banned from four Waterside stores

Persistent shoplifter banned from four Waterside stores

07 September 2021

A PERSISTENT Holbury shoplifter who stole hundreds of pounds of goods while serving a court order has been banned from four stores.


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

'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.


More cycle paths to connect Forest with Southampton

More cycle paths to connect Forest with Southampton

More cycle paths to connect Forest with Southampton

16 August 2021

MORE cycle paths are planed to connect the New Forest to Southampton in a bid to get people out on their bikes.


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