Jury shown video footage of sobbing, blood-soaked, half naked police officer accused of murder

DRAMATIC body-cam footage was shown to a jury today (Wednesday) of blood-soaked, half-naked police officer Timothy Brehmer sobbing inconsolably and demanding to know if his lover “is alright” shortly after he killed her. Emergency services...

Woman ‘murdered by police officer’ had unsent note on phone exposing affair, trial hears

AN ANGRY nurse wrote a note savaging her married policeman lover of 10 years which she meant to send to his wife exposing their affair, a murder trial has heard. Claire Parry penned the short...
Children in Need

Driving instructor embarks on 3,000-mile lesson for Children in Need

AN EVERTON driving instructor has set out on a 3,000-mile relay around the UK as part of her annual fundraising challenge in support of BBC Children in Need. In the last six years mum-of-three Louise...

Thieves snatch motorbike from injured ex-racer’s garage

A FORMER track racer was left feeling sick with anger after his motorbike worth thousands of pounds was stolen from his garage as he was trying to sell it. The frustration caused by the theft...
Hordle scarecrow competition

Girl heartbroken as vandalised competition scarecrow taken by bin men

AN eight-year-old girl was heartbroken after a scarecrow she helped make for a village competition was apparently vandalised and then mistakenly taken away by bin men. Isabella Baker and her parents Penny and Matthew painstakingly...

Green light for two homes to be built on back garden of village house

COUNCILLORS gave the green light to plans for two homes in an Everton back garden despite claims they would spoil the area for neighbouring properties. Members supported H.B Holdings’ scheme to build the three-bedroom family...
Deer roads warning

‘Just don’t hit an animal and drive off to leave it suffering’

A MUM is pleading with drivers who hit an animal in the New Forest to “not just drive off and leave it suffering” after coming across a badly injured deer while on the school...

Referee Gary set for emotional return in cup final match after cancer treatment

LOCAL referee Gary Parsons is anticipating an emotional return when he takes charge of his first game since being diagnosed with cancer. Gary, who lives in Hordle, will be in the middle for the Russell-Cotes...

UPDATED: Hordle policeman Timothy Brehmer given 10 years’ jail for killing Claire Parry

A HORDLE policeman who killed his lover but was found not guilty of her murder has been jailed for 10-and-a-half years. Timothy Brehmer (41), of Woodcock Lane, was sent down at Salisbury Crown Court this...
Hordle church

Reflections: The story of the clifftop church moved from the waves

FOR centuries the inhabitants of the parish of Hordle had attended their parish church situated not far from the cliff edge. Handy for those living in Taddiford and in the few isolated dwellings running eastward...
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