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Forest lawyer called up by national swimming body to help in sport disputes

Forest lawyer called up by national swimming body to help in sport disputes

A specialist lawyer from Ringwood is set to have a say on disputes in swimming with a new appointment at the sport’s national governing body.


From our Files: Cotton wool kids...homes’ prison view...stolen monkeys

From our Files: Cotton wool kids...homes’ prison view...stolen monkeys

The stories making the headlines in the A&T 25 and 50 years ago.


Letter: Push for going cashless is discrimination

Letter: Push for going cashless is discrimination

Letter: I read with disbelief and disgust the comments by Cllr Cox in the paper on the 10th May.


New town homes approved despite council objection

New town homes approved despite council objection

Plans to build three new homes on the site of an existing property in Ringwood have been approved by New Forest District Council.


Rickman Metisse motorcycle legacy celebrated at Forest museum

Rickman Metisse motorcycle legacy celebrated at Forest museum

Hundreds of motorcycle enthusiasts converged on Sammy Miller’s New Milton museum at the weekend to celebrate the Rickman Metisse motorcycle legacy.


Severed deer head and upturned cross left on Forest village’s memorial stone

Severed deer head and upturned cross left on Forest village’s memorial stone

A severed deer’s head and an upturned cross was left in a New Forest village the day before several sheep were found mutilated.


Donkey derby raises thousands for Forest Scout groups

Donkey derby raises thousands for Forest Scout groups

Thousands of pounds have been raised for local scout groups thanks to a bumper turnout at the annual Totton Donkey Derby.


Driver attacks cyclist after opening car door into him

Driver attacks cyclist after opening car door into him

Police have released a picture of a man they want to track down after a cyclist was assaulted by a motorist who opened his car door into him.


CCTV: Lymington shop hit with second champagne theft

CCTV: Lymington shop hit with second champagne theft

A second haul of alcohol has been stolen from a Lymington store, which has now seen more than £1,000 worth taken over the two incidents.


30 nights of outdoor theatre coming to Forest gardens

30 nights of outdoor theatre coming to Forest gardens

Outdoor theatre will return to Furzey Gardens this summer with a programme running during June, July and August.


Connor’s 65-mile Forest day ride for autism charity

Connor’s 65-mile Forest day ride for autism charity

A man is cycling 65 miles around the New Forest in a day to raise money for a charity which helped him find fun and friendship.


Fun and family frolics as May Fayre returns to New Milton rec

Fun and family frolics as May Fayre returns to New Milton rec

A day of fun for all ages is promised by Lions Club of New Milton for its May Fayre this Saturday.


Hundreds attend Forest service for 1941 battleship sinking

Hundreds attend Forest service for 1941 battleship sinking

The Royal Navy ethos of rescue after conflict was the key message as hundreds attended a service to remember the sinking of HMS Hood in 1941.


Lymington CC squeeze home in last-ball drama

Lymington CC squeeze home in last-ball drama

Lymington finally got a win under their belt, but it was a nail-biting finish going down to the last ball of the match.


Suspected murder victim finally laid to rest after 500 years

Suspected murder victim finally laid to rest after 500 years

A suspected New Forest murder victim was this week buried in a “once-in-a-lifetime” service, some 500 years after he met his end.


CCTV plea after 21 bottles of champagne stolen from Lymington store

CCTV plea after 21 bottles of champagne stolen from Lymington store

Police are keen to speak to a man and woman caught on CCTV over the theft of 21 bottles of champagne in Lymington.


CCTV: Hunt for man over early-hours assault

CCTV: Hunt for man over early-hours assault

Police have released a CCTV picture of a man they want to identify after an early hours assault in Christchurch.


Brilliant Bashley (Rydal) smash Havant to climb top of the table

Brilliant Bashley (Rydal) smash Havant to climb top of the table

Bashley (Rydal) ascended to the top of the table with a commanding performance against Havant, securing a monumental 137-run victory.


Headteacher responds to Ofsted downgrading school to ‘inadequate’

Headteacher responds to Ofsted downgrading school to ‘inadequate’

A New Milton secondary head teacher has come out swinging after Ofsted inspectors downgraded his school to ‘inadequate’.


Man in court over officer attack and knuckleduster

Man in court over officer attack and knuckleduster

A man who attacked a police officer and carried a knuckleduster in public must undergo rehabilitation activity.


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