Police have released CCTV images of a man they wish to speak to after more than £200 of alcohol was stolen from a Lymington store.
Heavy rain could cause flooding and travel disruption today (Monday) across the New Forest and Christchurch.
A fire broke out in a flat above Domino’s takeaway in Lymington in the early hours today, with three people inside the building at the time.
Working in conservation at Hengistbury Head has been the dream of Tom Corner – and thanks to a Christchurch autism charity he has made it.
A plan to turn Forest farmland into a quarry will likely see community backlash, a councillor has warned.
Planning consent has been granted for the demolition of a Pennington house and redevelopment with four new homes.
Lymington Hospital Friends are appealing for help to raise £120,000 to buy three colonoscopes.
A prolific shoplifter who stole £1,300 in goods has been ordered to pay compensation and complete unpaid work in the community.
A toad crossing patrol is seeking volunteers to help the amphibians safely migrate to their breeding ground.
A couple have won a three-week fight after being wrongly fined for parking in a disabled bay at a New Milton supermarket.
A community quilt supporting a New Forest Friends of the Earth campaign for warmer homes for was on display in Brockenhurst at a recent meeting.
‘Let me respond in kind.’
Evidence of farmers remeandering small streams decades ago can still be seen today.
The Oaks in Highcliffe is renowned locally for its excellent Sunday roasts, so I went there feeling confident they’d deliver on a Christmas dinner.
Visitors can experience a Victorian Christmas as staff at Beaulieu’s Palace House prepare to celebrate the festive season.
A fox cub which was blinded by cataracts had its sight restored after undergoing a delicate operation at Seadown Vets in the New Forest.
What was making the headlines in the A&T 25, 50 and 75 years ago.
‘How much money has been spent rebranding a building which everyone still calls the Community Centre?’
One of the most respected sailors in the UK Stuart Jardine whose winning form spanned 80 years has died at the age of 90.
More than £40,000 has been raised for Children in Need as a tribute to Milford mum and super-fundraiser Louise Walsh who died in August.