Internet troll ‘sadist’ jailed for online posts that desecrated memory of Olivia Burt

A “SICK sadist” who “desecrated” the memory of a Milford student crushed to death in a nightclub queue by posting abuse about her online has been jailed for 14 months. Internet troll Paul Hind defaced...

New Forest GPs say practices’ merger will cut waiting times for patients

THREE GP practices are set to merge in a move which they claim will reduce waiting times for appointments and provide wider access to additional services. Combining are the Arnewood Practice in New Milton, Barton...

Developer could add more affordable homes at controversial Milford site, says council

CONTROVERSIAL housing proposals on the edge of Milford could viably provide six more affordable homes than claimed by the developer, council planners have agreed. An independent assessment of the site off School Lane for New...

New £500,000 pontoons to boost Lymington Town Quay sailing attractions

NEW pontoons and mooring facilities are set to be installed at Lymington Town Quay in a major project funded by the harbour commissioners. The work, which is expected to commence at the end of next...

Lymington salutes Sir Harry with unveiling of £100,000 monument renovation project

A NEGLECTED town monument that for decades was hidden amid trees and covered with dirt has been unveiled after a £100,000-plus restoration project. Years of work have culminated in the 76ft Burrard Neale Monument emerging...

New Forest care home teams trip the light fantastic for Children in Need

CARE homes across the New Forest put on their dancing shoes for a Strictly-style show to raise cash for the Children In Need appeal. Residents and staff at Colten Care’s Belmore Lodge, Court Lodge and...

Salon cafe wins drinks licence – but opening hours take a shave

A CAFÉ attached to a celebrity hair salon in Lymington has been given a licence to sell alcohol despite concerns it could encourage “drunk and lewd” behaviour. The Yard Café, within Guy Kremer Lymington at...

Overworked vets defend emergency service shift amid criticism by clients

A VETERINARY practice has defended its decision to outsource its out-of-hours emergency care after 60 years following a backlash by loyal customers. Forest Lodge, which has practices in New Milton and Pennington, said overworked staff...

Park home company in ‘bully boy’ development row agrees to meet residents

A COMPANY at the centre of a row over the new luxurious mobile home park near Milford has offered to meet with fed-up residents who claim they are being bullied out of their homes. Last...

More than 100 villagers on the march against housing plan for Milford fields

MORE than 100 residents have protested against Pennyfarthing Homes’ plans to develop farmland in Milford with 42 homes. The demonstration, which took place on Saturday morning, was organised by the campaign group SLAM (School Lane...
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