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Fees overhaul for historic toll bridge a step closer

Fees overhaul for historic toll bridge a step closer

Fees overhaul for historic toll bridge a step closer

28 February 2024

Plans to charge previously exempt motorists to cross a historic toll bridge near Totton have moved a step closer to being introduced.


Jail term for string of thefts during suspended sentence

Jail term for string of thefts during suspended sentence

Jail term for string of thefts during suspended sentence

27 February 2024

Stealing hundreds of pounds of goods and fuel in a string of offences during a suspended sentence landed a Totton man with 18 weeks in jail.


WATCH: Ram-raiders smash into vape shop and steal £20,000 worth of goods

WATCH: Ram-raiders smash into vape shop and steal £20,000 worth of goods

WATCH: Ram-raiders smash into vape shop and steal £20,000 worth of goods

19 February 2024

Ram-raiders smashed their way into a vape shop in the early hours yesterday before stealing goods worth £20,000.


Supermarket recalls cookies over fears they contain metal

Supermarket recalls cookies over fears they contain metal

Supermarket recalls cookies over fears they contain metal

19 February 2024

A supermarket is recalling various packets of cookies amid fears that the snacks could contain pieces of metal.


Freight firm secures future with courier buyout

Freight firm secures future with courier buyout

Freight firm secures future with courier buyout

19 February 2024

A Totton freight company says it is taking the next step towards securing its future growth after buying out a courier business.


Rehab order for growing cannabis plants

Rehab order for growing cannabis plants

Rehab order for growing cannabis plants

18 February 2024

A Totton man who grew nine cannabis plants must undergo rehabilitation activity.


Suspected illegal immigrants found stowed away on school bus

Suspected illegal immigrants found stowed away on school bus

Suspected illegal immigrants found stowed away on school bus

12 February 2024

Two suspected illegal immigrants were found in the luggage hold of a coach as Totton schoolchildren returned from a residential trip to France.


Totton school praised by an Ofsted inspector for being a “safe, caring and happy” one.

Totton school praised by an Ofsted inspector for being a “safe, caring and happy” one.

Totton school praised by an Ofsted inspector for being a “safe, caring and happy” one.

10 February 2024

A Totton school has been praised by an Ofsted inspector for being a “safe, caring and happy” one.


Teen charged with arson after hotel fire

Teen charged with arson after hotel fire

Teen charged with arson after hotel fire

08 February 2024

A teenager from the New Forest has been charged with arson and affray following a fire at a hotel.


Benefit fraudster spared jail term over £18,600 deception

Benefit fraudster spared jail term over £18,600 deception

Benefit fraudster spared jail term over £18,600 deception

08 February 2024

A gambling addict from Totton who illegally claimed more than £18,500 in benefits has been spared a jail term.


School with ‘exemplary’ pupils rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted

School with ‘exemplary’ pupils rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted

School with ‘exemplary’ pupils rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted

07 February 2024

A Totton school praised by Ofsted for students’ exemplary behaviour has been rated ‘outstanding’ for the second time.


Jail term after skipping probation

Jail term after skipping probation

Jail term after skipping probation

05 February 2024

A shoplifter who failed to keep in touch with his probation officer was sent to jail for seven days.


Affordable homes development officially opened on site of former social club

Affordable homes development officially opened on site of former social club

Affordable homes development officially opened on site of former social club

01 February 2024

A block of 12 new affordable homes on the site of a former social club Totton have been officially opened.


Fears over future of historic toll bridge

Fears over future of historic toll bridge

Fears over future of historic toll bridge

30 January 2024

A historic toll bridge with defects could be closed to vehicles, a councillor has warned, as residents face fees hikes and an axing of exemptions.


Suspended jail for banned driver under influence

Suspended jail for banned driver under influence

Suspended jail for banned driver under influence

27 January 2024

A Totton motorist was handed a suspended prison sentence for flouting a roads ban while under the influence of a class A substance.


Staff sickness forces partial school closure

Staff sickness forces partial school closure

Staff sickness forces partial school closure

26 January 2024

A Totton secondary school is partially closed to students today due to “exceptionally high” levels of staff illness.


Have say your on controversial quarry plans in New Forest

Have say your on controversial quarry plans in New Forest

Have say your on controversial quarry plans in New Forest

19 January 2024

People are being urged to have a say over controversial proposals that would lead to new mines and quarries being built on the Forest.


Police appeal over dead deer found strung up in tree

Police appeal over dead deer found strung up in tree

Police appeal over dead deer found strung up in tree

18 January 2024

Witnesses are being sought by police after a “disturbing” incident involving a dead deer at a recreation ground near Totton.


Pupils flourish at New Forest infant school, says Ofsted

Pupils flourish at New Forest infant school, says Ofsted

Pupils flourish at New Forest infant school, says Ofsted

18 January 2024

Pupils at a New Forest infant school excel both academically and socially, according to a recent Ofsted inspection.


‘Inadequate’ care home could be closed if it does not improve

‘Inadequate’ care home could be closed if it does not improve

‘Inadequate’ care home could be closed if it does not improve

15 January 2024

A care home in Totton could be closed if improvements are not made after it was rated as inadequate by the CQC.


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