HIGHCLIFFE Castle is among nearly two dozen green spaces to lose out on extra protection in a proposed set of hyperlocal planning policies.
TWO teens who subjected Edward Reeve to a “brutal” and “unrelenting” attack on New Year's Eve have been found guilty of his murder.
A TEEN accused of murder told a court that his friend from Christchurch started stabbing the victim after a “heated argument” over a stolen computer.
A WALKFORD music charity has unveiled plans to expand its base with the transformation of a disused stable block, barn and cow sheds.
A TEEN accused of murdering Edward Reeve told a jury he had done nothing to help him after leaving him “dying in his cold house” on New Year's Eve.
BREAKING into two businesses landed a New Milton man with a suspended prison sentence.
A TEENAGER accused of murdering a Walkford man has admitted stabbing him but claimed it was in self-defence after being threatened with a dumbbell.
THE friend of a Walkford man who was found stabbed to death in his home has told a jury of the moment she discovered his body.
FORMER oil industry director and chair of the Council of the Motor Research Industry Peter Wright has died at the age of 98.
POLICE have warned residents to beware rogue traders in Highcliffe with reports of a van-load of men offering to work for cash.
A FIFTEEN-year-old girl has told a court two teenage boys boasted to her and two friends about how they had “just killed this guy”.
A JURY at the trial of two teens accused of murdering Walkford man Edward Reeve was shown footage recovered from one of their phones.
TWO teens carried out a “brutal and unrelenting attack” on a vulnerable man, stabbing and slashing him 12 times, the jury in a murder trial has heard.
A DEVELOPER has been reported to the police after undergrowth was torn out and land flattened with a bulldozer in Highcliffe woodland.
A PAIR of estate agents took going the extra mile to extreme lengths when they jetted and drove close to 3,000 miles to ensure a couple’s move.
MR Kelloggs the Shetland pony brought unbridled joy to a Highcliffe care home’s residents when he trotted in.
FURIOUS parish councillors have accused BCP Council of trying to change a deal over ownership of a rec that would leave it £23,000 worse off.