Four friends cycled the North Coast 500 which features over 10,000 metres of mountains to raise money for Oakhaven Hospice.
Lymington residents are invited to attend an open meeting where they can share their ideas and concerns over the town’s future.
South Western Railway is inviting applications now for its next round of Customer and Communities Improvement Fund (CCIF) allocations.
Blackfield & Langley made it three home wins in a row over Brockenhurst after seeing out most of the game with only 10 players.
Festive families joined the countdown to see a Barton home illuminated with tens of thousands of sparkling Christmas lights on Sunday.
One of the most sought-after coins, a rare 50p piece, will be among the items to go under the hammer at a Royal Mint auction next month.
A horse had to be craned out of a ditch at Bramshaw after becoming trapped under a tree.
A motorist was killed in a two-vehicle crash on the M27 near Cadnam yesterday afternoon.
Police have released CCTV images of two men they want to trace after nearly £200 of champagne was stolen from a New Milton shop.
Motorists face travel misery for up to five weeks with gasworks closing a main route between New Milton and Walkford.
Local garages are being urged to report vehicles which look to have been involved in a Forest livestock crash.
New homes on the site of the iconic Lyndhurst Park Hotel are set to go on the market.
A man has been charged with a raft of offences, including burglaries in the New Forest.
A former doctor from Minstead who stole anaesthetic drugs from his employer for his own personal use has been jailed for 30 months.
Time may be running out for New Milton’s car boot sales after a contentious fee for a supervisor on site was retained.
‘How dedicated are they? Even vegetarians are passionate in what they believe in.’
Long-serving Lyndhurst Parish Councillor and Bartley School governor Frank Alexander has died at the age of 90.
How countless New Forest men lost their lives in the Battle of Coronel fought off the south-western coast of Chile in November 1914.
The New Forest Academy has maintained its “good” overall rating following its latest Ofsted inspection.
Families can embark on a festive-themed quest as the Nosy Little Troll visits New Milton’s Forest Arts on Saturday 16th December.