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Local bus services could be lost despite £150m extra funding

Local bus services could be lost despite £150m extra funding

Local bus services could be lost despite £150m extra funding

14 March 2022

NEW Forest and Christchurch services may still be lost despite a national fund of up to £150m for bus companies, local operators have warned.

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Hampshire's 'declining' roads will cost £377m to repair

Hampshire's 'declining' roads will cost £377m to repair

Hampshire's 'declining' roads will cost £377m to repair

14 March 2022

HUNDREDS of millions of pounds would be needed to fix Hampshire’s "declining" road network.


Twins on mercy mission to help Ukrainian refugees

Twins on mercy mission to help Ukrainian refugees

Twins on mercy mission to help Ukrainian refugees

12 March 2022

TWIN brothers who only passed their driving test eight months ago completed a mercy mission to Poland to help Ukrainian refugees.


Lymington high street parking charges get the go-ahead

Lymington high street parking charges get the go-ahead

Lymington high street parking charges get the go-ahead

11 March 2022

DRIVERS will have to pay for parking in Lymington high street after plans were approved by Hampshire County Council in the face of public opposition.


Town's coastal streets face parking crackdown following last summer's 'major incident'

Town's coastal streets face parking crackdown following last summer's 'major incident'

Town's coastal streets face parking crackdown following last summer's 'major incident'

11 March 2022

NEW parking restrictions making nearly every coastal road between Friars Cliff and Mudeford a “no parking zone” could be in operation by the summer.


Petrol prices hit new high in New Forest and Christchurch

Petrol prices hit new high in New Forest and Christchurch

Petrol prices hit new high in New Forest and Christchurch

07 March 2022

CALLS are growing for the government to cut the VAT on fuel as petrol prices reach record high in the New Forest and Christchurch.


Christchurch could see more electric vehicle charge points

Christchurch could see more electric vehicle charge points

Christchurch could see more electric vehicle charge points

07 March 2022

MORE electric vehicle charge points could be rolled out in Christchurch in partnership with a private provider.


Rail travel warning as Storm Franklin batters New Forest and Christchurch

Rail travel warning as Storm Franklin batters New Forest and Christchurch

Rail travel warning as Storm Franklin batters New Forest and Christchurch

21 February 2022

SOUTH Western Railway is urging people not to travel today (Monday) as Storm Franklin brings more strong winds across the New Forest and Christchurch.


Two speeders caught doing twice the limit on New Forest roads

Two speeders caught doing twice the limit on New Forest roads

Two speeders caught doing twice the limit on New Forest roads

21 February 2022

POLICE warned motorists speeding could have “devastating consequences” after two were caught doing around 80mph – twice the limit – in the New Forest.


'Luminous logs' used to deter motorists slammed as 'eyesores'

'Luminous logs' used to deter motorists slammed as 'eyesores'

'Luminous logs' used to deter motorists slammed as 'eyesores'

20 February 2022

FORESTRY England has defended its use of logs daubed with 'no parking' in luminous paint near Lyndhurst.


Storm Eunice wreaks havoc across the New Forest and Christchurch

Storm Eunice wreaks havoc across the New Forest and Christchurch

Storm Eunice wreaks havoc across the New Forest and Christchurch

18 February 2022

POWERFUL winds have been bringing down trees on roads and railways as Storm Eunice batters the New Forest and Christchurch today (Friday).


Burst water main shuts diversion route for up to a week

Burst water main shuts diversion route for up to a week

Burst water main shuts diversion route for up to a week

17 February 2022

A BURST water main has forced the closure of a stretch of Pound Lane near Burley – a key diversion route during the A35 Holmsley bridge works.


Bus services could be cut back if emergency funding is stopped

Bus services could be cut back if emergency funding is stopped

Bus services could be cut back if emergency funding is stopped

17 February 2022

NEW Forest bus services face being axed or scaled back if the government presses ahead with plans to stop emergency funding.


Don't block emergency gates, police warn after New Forest walker rescue

Don't block emergency gates, police warn after New Forest walker rescue

Don't block emergency gates, police warn after New Forest walker rescue

17 February 2022

MOTORISTS were urged not to block emergency access gates after crews drove over a mile to reach an injured walker in the New Forest.


Storm emergency teams on 'full alert'

Storm emergency teams on 'full alert'

Storm emergency teams on 'full alert'

17 February 2022

THE area's emergency services are on "full alert" ready for the onslaught of Storm Eunice on Friday, when winds of up to 100mph are expected to hit.


Subsidence on Forest road causes traffic chaos

Subsidence on Forest road causes traffic chaos

Subsidence on Forest road causes traffic chaos

16 February 2022

DOZENS of vehicles are thought to have been damaged after a large hole opened up on a New Forest road.


Olympic diving superstar Tom Daley passes through New Forest on Comic Relief challenge

Olympic diving superstar Tom Daley passes through New Forest on Comic Relief challenge

Olympic diving superstar Tom Daley passes through New Forest on Comic Relief challenge

16 February 2022

THERE was excitement in the New Forest this morning as Olympic diving superstar Tom Daley OBE passed through on an epic challenge for Comic Relief.


Long fight for 20 is Plenty measures to tackle New Milton speeding

Long fight for 20 is Plenty measures to tackle New Milton speeding

Long fight for 20 is Plenty measures to tackle New Milton speeding

16 February 2022

RESIDENTS were warned there would be “a good old fight” for the 20 is Plenty campaign to cover roads across New Milton plagued by speeding.


WATCH: Lorries carrying 70-tonne loads crawl up closed Lyndhurst High Street

WATCH: Lorries carrying 70-tonne loads crawl up closed Lyndhurst High Street

WATCH: Lorries carrying 70-tonne loads crawl up closed Lyndhurst High Street

11 February 2022

LYNDHURST'S one-way system was reversed last night and closed to the usual traffic as lorries carrying up 70 tonnes each crawled up the High Street.


CCTV cameras plan for 'dangerous' no-right-turn on A326

CCTV cameras plan for 'dangerous' no-right-turn on A326

CCTV cameras plan for 'dangerous' no-right-turn on A326

11 February 2022

DRIVERS who ignore the no right turn on the A326 could be fined under a proposal by HCC.

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