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5G masts could be strapped to traffic lights and bus shelters to boost coverage

5G masts could be strapped to traffic lights and bus shelters to boost coverage

5G and 4G phone masts could be attached to street lights, bus shelters and road signs under plans to cut red tape and improve mobile signal.


Replacement starts on Hythe Pier's historic train track

Replacement starts on Hythe Pier's historic train track

WORK has begun to restore Hythe Pier's historic train track following a successful appeal for donations.


All households to get £400 as bills set to rocket again

All households to get £400 as bills set to rocket again

All households will get £400 as Rishi Sunak caved in to pressure and applied a windfall tax on energy companies' soaring profits.


‘We need another push’ – plea for more New Forest Ukraine refugee help

‘We need another push’ – plea for more New Forest Ukraine refugee help

A NEW Forest volunteer group is asking the community to continuing donating urgently needed provisions to support Ukrainian refugees.


Teens arrested after break-in at New Forest Ice Cream

Teens arrested after break-in at New Forest Ice Cream

TWO teenagers have been arrested after New Forest Ice Cream in Lymington was burgled last night (Wednesday).


Christchurch windsurfer claims Euro silver as format foils bid for gold

Christchurch windsurfer claims Euro silver as format foils bid for gold

CHRISTCHURCH Olympic medallist Emma Wilson dominated before narrowly missing out on gold on the final day at the iQFOiL European Championships.


Councillor slams 'satanic' badger corpse dumped near school

Councillor slams 'satanic' badger corpse dumped near school

A BADGER corpse reportedly left on a route to Hounsdown School in Totton has been described by a local councillor as an "immature, thoughtless act".


38 flats given go-ahead on Barrack Road

38 flats given go-ahead on Barrack Road

PLANS for 38 flats to replace a Christchurch car repair workshop and restaurant have been approved despite concerns over an influx of apartments.


Van seized after 40 bags of loft insulation flytipped in woods

Van seized after 40 bags of loft insulation flytipped in woods

POLICE seized a van suspected to be linked to a series of flytippings, including about 40 bags of loft insulation dumped on Hythe conservation land.

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New Forest MP slams government after release of Sue Gray report into 'Partygate'

New Forest MP slams government after release of Sue Gray report into 'Partygate'

NEW Forest MP Julian Lewis has hit out at the "indefensible behaviour at the heart of government" following the publication of the Sue Gray report.

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Edwards sees New Milton across the line for first win of the season

Edwards sees New Milton across the line for first win of the season

NEW Milton CC secured their first win of the new SPL Division One season at the third time of asking with a five-wicket victory over Sparsholt.


Half of Britain's butterfly species at risk of extinction

Half of Britain's butterfly species at risk of extinction

TIME is running out to save Britain's butterfly species, warn experts, as a new endangered list shows half now face extinction.

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Community bands together to rescue escaped parrot

Community bands together to rescue escaped parrot

A COLOURFUL pet parrot which escaped and flew around Lymington has been reunited with its owner after a community effort to catch him.

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Axe and sword stick seized by police in raid on Christchurch property

Axe and sword stick seized by police in raid on Christchurch property

AN axe and a sword stick were seized when police raided a Christchurch property.


'More learning to do' after critical inspection, admits NHS boss

'More learning to do' after critical inspection, admits NHS boss

THE boss of Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust has admitted there is "more learning to do" after a concerning inspection report earlier this year.

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Owner trips alleged shoplifter fleeing his Brockenhurst store

Owner trips alleged shoplifter fleeing his Brockenhurst store

TWO alleged shoplifters got more than they bargained for when a Brockenhurst store owner gave chase after they raided twice within hours.

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New Forest jubilee beacon lighting plea

New Forest jubilee beacon lighting plea

QUEEN’S platinum jubilee event organisers in the New Forest are urged to alert firefighters to any planned beacon lightings to avoid false alarms.


Copyright row sees YouTube pull BCP Council video

Copyright row sees YouTube pull BCP Council video

ONLINE viewers hoping to catch up with the latest news from BCP Council’s overview and scrutiny committee were met with a blank screen.


Police alert after reports of a group armed with baseball bats near New Milton Rugby Club

Police alert after reports of a group armed with baseball bats near New Milton Rugby Club

POLICE swooped on New Milton Rugby Club’s Ashley field following reports of a group armed with baseball bats.

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Lymington grab season's first win with victory over Totton & Eling

Lymington grab season's first win with victory over Totton & Eling

LYMINGTON defeated in-form Totton & Eling, who started the season with two straight victories, by 22 runs to pick up their first win of the season.


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