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Ashley woman vandalised police cell

Ashley woman vandalised police cell

VANDALISING a police cell cost an Ashley woman £135 when she appeared before magistrates.


Pair arrested after drugs raid in Pennington

Pair arrested after drugs raid in Pennington

TWO people were arrested after police seized a stash of class A and B drugs in a raid on a Pennington property in the early hours of this morning.


Max Maguire murder trial: Jury hears accused acted in self-defence

Max Maguire murder trial: Jury hears accused acted in self-defence

A MAN accused of stabbing to death Max Maguire in Lymington claimed he acted in self-defence when his brother was attacked, a jury was told.


Thunder alert for New Forest and Christchurch

Thunder alert for New Forest and Christchurch

THUNDER could be on its way back to the New Forest and Christchurch this evening (Wednesday) with the Met Office issuing another yellow warning.


Four New Forest areas in UK's top 20% most income deprived

Four New Forest areas in UK's top 20% most income deprived

A SPECIAL committee could be set up to monitor four New Forest neighbourhoods ranked in the top 20% nationwide for income deprivation.

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Three arrested after cyclist hurt in hit-and-run

Three arrested after cyclist hurt in hit-and-run

THREE people were arrested after a hit-and-run collision involving a car that hurt a cyclist and brought down power lines in Twiggs Lane, Marchwood.


Closures start on A31 near Ringwood amid bridge demolition

Closures start on A31 near Ringwood amid bridge demolition

TODAY (Tuesday) will see the first of seven brief closures of the A31 amid a major ongoing project to upgrade the route.

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What is monkeypox and how do you catch it?

What is monkeypox and how do you catch it?

WITH seven cases of monkeypox now in the UK, health officials admit there could be community transmission, and say they're urgently investigating.


'Brilliant' – CQC rating caps turnaround at New Milton care home

'Brilliant' – CQC rating caps turnaround at New Milton care home

A ONCE failing New Milton care home has achieved a turnaround to be praised as ‘good’ by the national watchdog.


New ID plans for next New Forest elections

New ID plans for next New Forest elections

RESIDENTS without a suitable form of ID will have to apply to New Forest District Council for a special voter card later this year.

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Woman from Ireland arrested over night of raids on Fordingbridge outbuildings

Woman from Ireland arrested over night of raids on Fordingbridge outbuildings

A WOMAN from Ireland was one of two people arrested after power tools were stolen in eight raids on outbuildings around Fordingbridge in one night.


Lymington lose heavily to league champions

Lymington lose heavily to league champions

AFTER last week's nail-biting last-ball tie, Lymington CC suffered a one-sided nine-wicket loss to South Wilts, who won last year's league title.


Three Christchurch beaches given Blue Flag awards for first time

Three Christchurch beaches given Blue Flag awards for first time

THREE Christchurch beaches have been given prestigious quality awards for the first time.


Inside the sprawling Burley mansion on market for £7.75m

Inside the sprawling Burley mansion on market for £7.75m

ONE of the foremost properties in the New Forest has hit the market for £7.75m.


'The thud of the impact will haunt your sleep' – Forest speeders warned

'The thud of the impact will haunt your sleep' – Forest speeders warned

A CAMPAIGN group has delivered a stark warning after a driver was caught at 64mph at a notorious New Forest animal accident blackspot.

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Special public meeting called over 178-home plans on New Milton greenbelt

Special public meeting called over 178-home plans on New Milton greenbelt

RESIDENTS are invited to an extraordinary meeting called to discuss a developer’s bid for 178 homes on greenbelt land in New Milton.


Jury ordered to clear one of two brothers accused of murder

Jury ordered to clear one of two brothers accused of murder

ONE of the brothers standing trial over the murder of Lymington fisherman Max Maguire has been cleared.


Hunt for witnesses after sports car careers off A35

Hunt for witnesses after sports car careers off A35

A DRIVER had to be cut free by firefighters after a high-performance sports car careered off the A35 Christchurch bypass into a ditch.


Construction inflation could cost council £4.5m

Construction inflation could cost council £4.5m

RISING costs in the construction industry mean Hampshire County Council is set to lose millions of pounds via ongoing projects.


Hampshire police in week-long knife crime crackdown

Hampshire police in week-long knife crime crackdown

HAMPSHIRE officers are gearing up for a week-long crackdown on knife crime.


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