Relatives of HMS Hood’s navigation officer Commander Selwyn Warrand travelled from New Zealand for remembrance service in Boldre.
Villagers have lost their fight to save a “quintessential” concrete-and-steel bridge in the New Forest from replacement by a wooden crossing.
A raft of flood warnings and alerts are in place across the area after heavy rain continued overnight.
A Boldre café has been given a zero-star hygiene rating after inspectors found food safety standards to be well below par.
A globe-trotting vicar will be retiring and heading west after he steps down next year from leading Boldre's parish church.
A driver has been fined £400 for dumping fish heads from their car in the New Forest.
Two fireworks displays due to be held in Hythe and Boldre have been cancelled due to the recent bad weather.
Boldre Parish Council has launched a fundraising drive for a £70,000 new play park in Pilley.
A fireworks display in Christchurch has been cancelled over fears gas leaks from a historic landfill could create a risk to the public.
PLANS to convert Pilley’s former post office back to residential accommodation have been approved despite opposition from the parish council.
A PLAN to convert Pilley’s former Post Office into residential accommodation is to be decided by the NPA's planning committee next week.
The public will have the chance to pay their respects to the Queen as local books of condolence are opened in the New Forest and Christchurch.
A FOOD festival will be hosted later this month for the first time by a New Forest school to raise funds for an all-weather pitch in its grounds.
DOZENS of residents have joined celebrations to mark the launch of a new community shop in Boldre.
A NEW Forest pre-school where children are said to "positively flourish" has been rated 'outstanding' by Ofsted in its first inspection.
A FORMER teacher at a Lymington special school has been banned indefinitely after “failing to maintain professional boundaries” with a pupil.