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'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.


Aldi announces plans for Totton store

Aldi announces plans for Totton store

Aldi announces plans for Totton store

10 August 2021

German supermarket chain Aldi has announced it plans to open a new store in Totton.


Crime fears over pop-up glamping site's alcohol licence bid

Crime fears over pop-up glamping site's alcohol licence bid

Crime fears over pop-up glamping site's alcohol licence bid

31 July 2021

ORGANISERS of a luxury glamping site in Calshot offering yoga and massages have sparked fears of crime and disturbance with a bid to serve alcohol.


Tributes to New Forest landlord who was 'heart and soul' of pub

Tributes to New Forest landlord who was 'heart and soul' of pub

Tributes to New Forest landlord who was 'heart and soul' of pub

23 July 2021

TRIBUTES have been paid to Simon Dawson following his sudden death.


Delays 'inevitable' as A326 expansion roadworks ramp up

Delays 'inevitable' as A326 expansion roadworks ramp up

Delays 'inevitable' as A326 expansion roadworks ramp up

21 July 2021

COUNCILS chiefs have warned delays are "inevitable" as expansion work steps up on the southern end of the A326 next week.


Motoring misery warned as £8m A326 project starts

Motoring misery warned as £8m A326 project starts

Motoring misery warned as £8m A326 project starts

30 June 2021

DRIVERS face delays amid the start of a major £8.1m scheme to overhaul seven junctions on the A326.


Order to remove timber stored in New Forest paddock for 'eroding character and appearance' of area

Order to remove timber stored in New Forest paddock for 'eroding character and appearance' of area

Order to remove timber stored in New Forest paddock for 'eroding character and appearance' of area

08 June 2021

STORED timber harmed beauty of New Forest, a government planning inspector has ruled.


Exbury lifeboat service wins highest voluntary honour

Exbury lifeboat service wins highest voluntary honour

Exbury lifeboat service wins highest voluntary honour

05 June 2021

THE highest honour a voluntary organisation can get has been awarded to an Exbury-based search and rescue group in its 50th anniversary year.


Call for investigation into death of woman while in NHS care rejected by government

Call for investigation into death of woman while in NHS care rejected by government

Call for investigation into death of woman while in NHS care rejected by government

21 May 2021

THE government has rejected calls by a Barton woman for an investigation into the death of her sister while in the care of Southern Health.

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Blaze destroys car on Eling beach

Blaze destroys car on Eling beach

Blaze destroys car on Eling beach

17 May 2021

POLICE have launched a probe into a blaze which destroyed a car at Eling late last night.


Driver in court over 'dangerous driving' death of Sway dad-of-three

Driver in court over 'dangerous driving' death of Sway dad-of-three

Driver in court over 'dangerous driving' death of Sway dad-of-three

17 May 2021

A MOTORIST has appeared in court accused of causing the death of a popular Sway family man by dangerous driving.


Police perform CPR on assault victim after row over disabled carpark

Police perform CPR on assault victim after row over disabled carpark

Police perform CPR on assault victim after row over disabled carpark

05 May 2021

POLICE had to perform CPR on a man who was badly hurt in an attack outside a shop in Calmore thought to have arisen from a disabled parking space row.


16-year-old in blade arrest after disturbance in Calmore

16-year-old in blade arrest after disturbance in Calmore

16-year-old in blade arrest after disturbance in Calmore

26 April 2021

PEOPLE are being urged to help stop knife crime after a teenager was arrested for allegedly possessing an offensive weapon in Calmore.


Teenage boy sexually assaulted in daylight attack

Teenage boy sexually assaulted in daylight attack

Teenage boy sexually assaulted in daylight attack

20 April 2021

POLICE are hunting a man who sexually assaulted a teenage boy in a daylight attack at the busy Eling Recreation Ground in Totton.


Totton site free for new homes after council given approval to move depot

Totton site free for new homes after council given approval to move depot

Totton site free for new homes after council given approval to move depot

07 April 2021

A NEW £5.5m waste and services council depot has been given the go-ahead to be built on the Waterside, freeing up a site in Totton to be developed for housing...


Promise to keep toll staff at historic crossing after row over automatic barrier plans

Promise to keep toll staff at historic crossing after row over automatic barrier plans

Promise to keep toll staff at historic crossing after row over automatic barrier plans

01 April 2021

TOWN councillors have agreed not to install an automated barrier at a historic toll bridge in Totton, or make the staff who man it redundant...


Row over plan to replace Eling toll bridge staff with automated barrier

Row over plan to replace Eling toll bridge staff with automated barrier

Row over plan to replace Eling toll bridge staff with automated barrier

31 March 2021

A ROW over a suggestion that the staff who man the historic toll bridge at Eling could be replaced with an automated barrier has resulted in a petition with more than 800 signatures...


Green light for new cycle paths and footways at A326 'death trap'

Green light for new cycle paths and footways at A326 'death trap'

Green light for new cycle paths and footways at A326 'death trap'

28 March 2021

PLANS to build new cycle paths and footways along a major Hampshire road have been given the green light amid residents’ fears the road could become a “death trap”...


Redbridge Causeway closed as 50 firefighters battle blaze at workshop

Redbridge Causeway closed as 50 firefighters battle blaze at workshop

Redbridge Causeway closed as 50 firefighters battle blaze at workshop

24 March 2021

A MAIN route from the New Forest into Southampton is closed as more than 50 firefighters tackle flames engulfing a vehicle workshop at Redbridge...


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