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RESIDENTS can now check how busy Christchurch Household Recycling Centre is before visiting with a new phone app launched by BCP Council.
NEW Forest district councillors have given the go-ahead to build 16 affordable homes on land close to Fawcett's Field, New Milton.
POLICE were called to Ringwood School this morning (Monday) as a small group of anti-Covid vaccination protesters forced their way onto its grounds.
DUMPING mattresses, broken furniture and building materials resulted in a Calmore flytipper being handed a suspended prison sentence.
A CHARITY is demanding emergency payments to help families stay afloat as energy bill rises, it says, threaten to send more into deep poverty.
FAST-food giant KFC has earmarked Totton for a new drive-through outlet.
A BURNING candle sparked a blaze which destroyed a bedroom at a home in Blackfield, in the early hours today (Monday).
A YELLOW alert has been issued for fog to hit the New Forest and Christchurch overnight.
A CHRISTCHURCH motorist caught at the wheel while more than three times the alcohol limit was handed a suspended prison sentence.
A MOTORIST was killed after trying to cross the A31 near Rufus Stone services.
THERE are an "astonishing" level of damaging and illegal activities taking place within the district, a Friends of the New Forest survey has found.
NOMINATIONS to protect special buildings that reflect the New Forest’s character are being sought by the national park authority.
HAMPSHIRE County Council has blamed double yellow lines being painted over for mistakenly handing out a parking ticket to a driver.
TWO men have been charged over a boat crash at Marchwood which claimed the life of Emily Lewis (15).
VOLUNTEERS are being sought to help thousands of toads safely cross a road near Ringwood on their annual migration to breed.
A WOMAN and a teenager were arrested in connection with drug supply offences after police followed a vehicle from the M27 at Totton.
A BEREAVED sister has criticised Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust’s "shameful" action plan following an investigation last year.
A SENIOR councillor has warned there could be a major accident from the failure to fix potholes on a narrow route used during the closure of the A35.
WORK is under way to transform a former restaurant in Dibden Purlieu into a new commercial premises with four flats.
AFGHAN refugee families in Hampshire are turning down offers for permanent accommodation with hopes of living closer to relatives elsewhere in the UK.
A FATHER-SON duo combined one’s passion for fishing and cooking with the other’s nose for business to set up a thriving shop in the New Forest.
AN eco-themed sermon on people doing their bit to “preserve the wonderful natural world God gave us” was delivered by Emily Albury.