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Owner's disgust after cat loses an eye, shot by 'coward' with BB gun

Owner's disgust after cat loses an eye, shot by 'coward' with BB gun

Owner's disgust after cat loses an eye, shot by 'coward' with BB gun

03 December 2020

10-year-old Beans is recovering after having his eye removed A CAT owner from Bartley has spoken of his “utter shock” after his beloved pet lost an eye…


Schools close due to coronavirus outbreaks

Schools close due to coronavirus outbreaks

Schools close due to coronavirus outbreaks

19 November 2020

Eling Infant School (photo: Google) TWO Totton schools were forced to close their doors completely today due to positive cases of coronavirus . Abbotswood…


Plan for flats on derelict Totton site approved despite parking fears

Plan for flats on derelict Totton site approved despite parking fears

Plan for flats on derelict Totton site approved despite parking fears

19 November 2020

A CGI of the flats proposed A PLAN to revamp a building in Totton with seven one-bed flats was approved despite concerns its lack of spaces for cars would…


Bridge over Totton railway and A326 dual carriageways among Waterside transport plans

Bridge over Totton railway and A326 dual carriageways among Waterside transport plans

Bridge over Totton railway and A326 dual carriageways among Waterside transport plans

16 November 2020

The plans propose making two stretches of the A326 dual carriageway (photo: Google) MAJOR spending plans worth at least £140m are being drawn up to cut…


Exbury Gardens grows its opening season to December for first time in 101 years

Exbury Gardens grows its opening season to December for first time in 101 years

Exbury Gardens grows its opening season to December for first time in 101 years

15 November 2020

Exbury Gardens is currently ablaze with autumn colour EXBURY Gardens will remain open into December for the first time in its 101-year history to give…


Demolition approved for 'eyesore' building – but area will lose its only space for performing arts

Demolition approved for 'eyesore' building – but area will lose its only space for performing arts

Demolition approved for 'eyesore' building – but area will lose its only space for performing arts

12 November 2020

The Holbury Club has been empty since 2016 A FORMER social club has been given the green light to be torn down and replaced with a smaller venue in a…


£8m roadworks to improve A326 to start this week

£8m roadworks to improve A326 to start this week

£8m roadworks to improve A326 to start this week

20 October 2020

Dibden roundabout is one of seven A326 junctions set for an upgrade (photo: Google) MAJOR £8m roadworks to improve a main route along the Waterside will…


Police plea for CCTV and dashcam footage as three arrested after cyclist seriously injured in crash

Police plea for CCTV and dashcam footage as three arrested after cyclist seriously injured in crash

Police plea for CCTV and dashcam footage as three arrested after cyclist seriously injured in crash

13 October 2020

The collision happened at the A36 junction with Hill Road at Calmore (picture: Google) THREE men have been arrested after a cyclist was badly hurt in…


Students self-isolating after second coronavirus case at Hounsdown School

Students self-isolating after second coronavirus case at Hounsdown School

Students self-isolating after second coronavirus case at Hounsdown School

09 October 2020

It's the second case reported at Hounsdown School this week A GROUP of students has been told to self-isolate after a second case of Covid-19 was revealed…


'Horrible mistake' led to death of student who would 'light up any room' with his smile

'Horrible mistake' led to death of student who would 'light up any room' with his smile

'Horrible mistake' led to death of student who would 'light up any room' with his smile

27 September 2020

Aaron Wells died in December last year A “LOVELY and kind” Holbury student who secretly struggled to cope with university life died after taking an accidental…


Reopening Waterside railway line backed by New Forest District Council

Reopening Waterside railway line backed by New Forest District Council

Reopening Waterside railway line backed by New Forest District Council

09 September 2020

No public trains have run on the route for 50 years THE return of passengers to the Waterside railway line remains on track after New Forest District…


Police increase patrols after reports children were threatened at play park

Police increase patrols after reports children were threatened at play park

Police increase patrols after reports children were threatened at play park

09 September 2020

Police are investigating threats at Mary Drake play area POLICE are investigating reports of children being threatened at least twice at a Holbury play…


‘Big business’ fear over £3bn Waterside investment plan

‘Big business’ fear over £3bn Waterside investment plan

‘Big business’ fear over £3bn Waterside investment plan

22 August 2020

A watercolour of designs for the Fawley power station site PLANS for attracting up to £3bn of investment to Totton and the Waterside have been attacked…


Waterside needs major transport overhaul, says new report

Waterside needs major transport overhaul, says new report

Waterside needs major transport overhaul, says new report

07 August 2020

A watercolour of designs for the Fawley power station site AN overhaul of public transport and major routes into the Waterside is crucial to capitalising…


'Close call' as fire guts van, threatening building and trees

'Close call' as fire guts van, threatening building and trees

'Close call' as fire guts van, threatening building and trees

04 August 2020

Flames engulf the van (picture: HFRS) FIREFIGHTERS battled a “close call” van blaze which threatened to spread to nearby buildings and trees in Holbury…


'A great loss' – village libraries confirmed to close

'A great loss' – village libraries confirmed to close

'A great loss' – village libraries confirmed to close

29 July 2020

Lyndhurst library is one of eight set to close THE closure of Lyndhurst and Blackfield libraries has been confirmed by Hampshire County Council as part…


Clean-up plans for contaminated land given town council backing

Clean-up plans for contaminated land given town council backing

Clean-up plans for contaminated land given town council backing

27 June 2020

Eling Wharf was sold to Southampton port operator ABP for £14m CLEAN-UP proposals for contaminated land at Eling Wharf have been backed by Totton and…


NFDC plans £5m move for Claymeadow depot in Totton

NFDC plans £5m move for Claymeadow depot in Totton

NFDC plans £5m move for Claymeadow depot in Totton

02 June 2020

Facilities at the Claymeadow depot will be moving to Hardley industrial estate AN APPLICATION to create a new £5m council depot at Hardley industrial…


Probe into reopening Waterside railway awarded share of £500m

Probe into reopening Waterside railway awarded share of £500m

Probe into reopening Waterside railway awarded share of £500m

27 May 2020

The railway line closed to the public in the 1960s A PROJECT to investigate reopening the Waterside railway line for passengers has been granted a share…


'His kindness knew no limits' – tributes to Fawley crash victim

'His kindness knew no limits' – tributes to Fawley crash victim

'His kindness knew no limits' – tributes to Fawley crash victim

04 May 2020

The crash happened on the B3053 Fawley Bypass (picture: Google) A DEVASTATED family has paid tribute to a Royal Engineers staff sergeant who died following…


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