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Detectorist’s golden find in New Forest could be famed lost Alfred the Great artefact

Detectorist’s golden find in New Forest could be famed lost Alfred the Great artefact

Detectorist’s golden find in New Forest could be famed lost Alfred the Great artefact

12 April 2024

A metal detectorist from the New Forest has unearthed a rare gold artefact he believes was commissioned by Alfred the Great in the 9th century.


‘It’s quite scary’ – glamping site owner speaks out over noise row

‘It’s quite scary’ – glamping site owner speaks out over noise row

‘It’s quite scary’ – glamping site owner speaks out over noise row

08 March 2024

The owner of a Lymington glamping site at the centre of a noise row has spoken out after her plans were refused.


‘Dangerous’ wild boar may be roaming New Forest

‘Dangerous’ wild boar may be roaming New Forest

‘Dangerous’ wild boar may be roaming New Forest

01 March 2024

Evidence that wild boar are roaming the New Forest has been revealed amid an animal charity categorising them as “dangerous”.


Seal pup born on New Forest river is ‘a first’

Seal pup born on New Forest river is ‘a first’

Seal pup born on New Forest river is ‘a first’

01 March 2024

A seal pup recently born on a New Forest river is believed to be the first of its kind in the county’s waters.


Lymington glamping site row – neighbours complain about sex and karaoke noises

Lymington glamping site row – neighbours complain about sex and karaoke noises

Lymington glamping site row – neighbours complain about sex and karaoke noises

26 February 2024

Neighbours of a glamping site say they are “delighted” a planning application may be refused – revealing they’ve had to listen to campers having sex.


Pub ‘ghost’ blamed as CCTV captures moments pints slide off bar

Pub ‘ghost’ blamed as CCTV captures moments pints slide off bar

Pub ‘ghost’ blamed as CCTV captures moments pints slide off bar

23 February 2024

A pub in Fawley is fast building up a reputation as the most haunted in the New Forest after spooky videos showed drinks sliding off the bar.


Appeal for owner of ‘Lulu’ to remove pet found buried at Forest cemetery

Appeal for owner of ‘Lulu’ to remove pet found buried at Forest cemetery

Appeal for owner of ‘Lulu’ to remove pet found buried at Forest cemetery

21 February 2024

The remains of a pet have been found buried in a Forest village cemetery – and the parish council is appealing for the owner to remove them.


Romance scam victims in Forest refusing to break up with fraudsters because ‘they’re lonely’

Romance scam victims in Forest refusing to break up with fraudsters because ‘they’re lonely’

Romance scam victims in Forest refusing to break up with fraudsters because ‘they’re lonely’

29 January 2024

Lonely victims of romance scammers are refusing to end contact despite police warnings because they have no one else to talk to, an officer revealed.

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The vinyl farewell – innovative memento of loved ones offered at New Milton crematorium

The vinyl farewell – innovative memento of loved ones offered at New Milton crematorium

The vinyl farewell – innovative memento of loved ones offered at New Milton crematorium

28 January 2024

Mourners can get into the groove with an innovative way to remember their loved ones at a New Milton crematorium.


Forest stallion recovering after being stuck in tree for days

Forest stallion recovering after being stuck in tree for days

Forest stallion recovering after being stuck in tree for days

25 January 2024

An amorous New Forest stallion is well on the road to recovery after suffering multiple injuries while stuck in a tree for around three days, .


Holiday lets plan for crumbling former WWII RAF site in New Forest

Holiday lets plan for crumbling former WWII RAF site in New Forest

Holiday lets plan for crumbling former WWII RAF site in New Forest

23 January 2024

A crumbling former Second World War RAF site in the New Forest could be restored and turned into holiday lets.


Vet brands animal cruelty ‘worst seen’ in his career as brothers jailed

Vet brands animal cruelty ‘worst seen’ in his career as brothers jailed

Vet brands animal cruelty ‘worst seen’ in his career as brothers jailed

23 January 2024

Two brothers have been jailed for sadistic animal cruelty offences which were said by a vet to be the worst case of abuse he had ever seen.


‘It’s a bit rich’ – Waitrose shopper who spent over £600 on Christmas shop stunned to be slapped with £70 parking fine

‘It’s a bit rich’ – Waitrose shopper who spent over £600 on Christmas shop stunned to be slapped with £70 parking fine

‘It’s a bit rich’ – Waitrose shopper who spent over £600 on Christmas shop stunned to be slapped with £70 parking fine

22 January 2024

A woman who spent over £600 on her Christmas shop in Waitrose was stunned to receive a £70 parking fine.


£4.2m sale of New Forest farm can go ahead as ‘stuffed fish’ argument fails

£4.2m sale of New Forest farm can go ahead as ‘stuffed fish’ argument fails

£4.2m sale of New Forest farm can go ahead as ‘stuffed fish’ argument fails

19 January 2024

A man’s bid to buy his parents’ farm can go ahead despite accusations of improper conduct involving a stuffed fish.


Man caught having sex with calf was badly trampled by cows trying to flee farm

Man caught having sex with calf was badly trampled by cows trying to flee farm

Man caught having sex with calf was badly trampled by cows trying to flee farm

13 December 2023

A man caught having sex with a calf was badly trampled by cows after trying to flee the scene, a court heard today.


Photo album featuring never-before-seen pictures of Prince Philip turns up at Lymington antique shop

Photo album featuring never-before-seen pictures of Prince Philip turns up at Lymington antique shop

Photo album featuring never-before-seen pictures of Prince Philip turns up at Lymington antique shop

26 September 2023

A photo album which captures Prince Philip during a solo round-the-world cruise on royal yacht Britannia has turned up at a Lymington antique shop.


Supermarket loyalty prices ‘not always as good as they seem’ warns Which?

Supermarket loyalty prices ‘not always as good as they seem’ warns Which?

Supermarket loyalty prices ‘not always as good as they seem’ warns Which?

15 September 2023

Tesco and Sainsbury’s have defended their loyalty schemes amid claims by Which? that regular prices may be being raised to make deals look better.


Argos reveals 18 top toys for Christmas 2023

Argos reveals 18 top toys for Christmas 2023

Argos reveals 18 top toys for Christmas 2023

14 September 2023

The toys most likely to top Christmas wish lists this year have been revealed by retailer Argos, which has released its annual list of predictions.


Woman in court after keeping Persian cats in ‘squalid’ conditions and ‘severe’ pain

Woman in court after keeping Persian cats in ‘squalid’ conditions and ‘severe’ pain

Woman in court after keeping Persian cats in ‘squalid’ conditions and ‘severe’ pain

09 August 2023

A Christchurch woman who kept 24 pedigree Persian cats in “squalid” conditions – some in “severe” pain – has avoided jail.


Driver ‘wrong on every level’ for trying to ‘nudge’ donkeys out of the way with his car

Driver ‘wrong on every level’ for trying to ‘nudge’ donkeys out of the way with his car

Driver ‘wrong on every level’ for trying to ‘nudge’ donkeys out of the way with his car

07 August 2023

A New Forest motorist has been slammed for trying to ‘nudge’ donkeys out of the way with his car.

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