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Dog owners pledge to fight moves for fresh New Forest controls

A GROUP that represents local dog owners has said it will resist any attempts to restrict free access by pets to parts of the New Forest. The issue was raised during a meeting of the...

Council takes legal action to cancel planning permission blunder

LEGAL action is being taken by New Forest District Council to block a development that was given planning permission by mistake. The authority is pursuing a judicial review to cancel its own decision, which was...

Rare visitors bring twitchers flocking to Asda car park in Totton

TWITCHERS descended on a supermarket car park to spot a flock of birds rarely seen in the south. Armed with cameras and binoculars, many gathered at Asda in Totton to see the waxwings, which were...

‘Make some noise’ to get action to fight town centre crime

“WE need to make a lot of noise.” This was the message from a New Milton councillor amid a continuing battle to obtain an enforcement order to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour in the town...

Two-skip driver rapped by vehicle agency for petrol station crunch

“A VERY poor effort by the driver.” This was the verdict of a motoring regulator after a lorry carrying two stacked skips became jammed under a petrol station forecourt roof. As a result of the mishap...

East Boldre villagers make a song and dance of campaign for new community hub

 EAST BOLDRE’S campaign for a new community hub has been boosted by the launch on YouTube of a promotional video starring the village’s residents. As reported in the A&T, the facility is intended to remedy...
Nyla dog

Puppy fatally savaged on the street in latest New Forest dog attack

A YOUNG singer has been left broken-hearted after her cockapoo puppy was mauled by a staffie-type dog and had to be put down. Emma Hardy (17) said her father Robert was also hurt in the...
Lyndhurst hit and run

Police appeal for help to find high street hit-and-run driver

A PEDESTRIAN was hurt in a collision with a vehicle that failed to stop in the centre of Lyndhurst. Paramedics and police responded to reports a man had been struck by what was described as...

Little Lewis’s scooter replaced by kind-hearted armed forces veterans

ARMED FORCES veterans have donated a replacement scooter to a young boy from Ashley who was involved in an accident whilst on his way to school. Lewis Howlett (7) was riding to Ashley Infants School...

Raiders return to snatch second helping of lobsters and crabs

THIEVES netted a £250 haul of crabs and lobsters when a popular family-run Lymington shellfish business was broken into for the second time within five months. A CCTV camera was smashed and a lock was...
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