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County councillor’s ‘threat to democracy’ warning over proposed Barton parking charges

County councillor’s ‘threat to democracy’ warning over proposed Barton parking charges

A senior county councillor warned of a “threat to democracy” over proposed Barton clifftop parking restrictions and pothole repair prioritisation.


Hospice founder wins firm’s inaugural community hero award

Hospice founder wins firm’s inaugural community hero award

A 90-year-old doctor has won a national award after completing a swimming challenge to raise money for a hospice she founded 34 years ago.


Pensioner admits indecent images charges

Pensioner admits indecent images charges

A Pennington pensioner who admitted possessing hundreds of indecent images of children had been handed a suspended prison sentence.


Talented teen go-karter takes speedy second at Clay Pigeon Raceway Winter Finale

Talented teen go-karter takes speedy second at Clay Pigeon Raceway Winter Finale

A talented teen from Arnewood School showcased his racing prowess with a remarkable second-place finish at the Clay Pigeon Raceway Winter Finale.


Rail passengers to be hit by industrial action and engineering works

Rail passengers to be hit by industrial action and engineering works

Rail passengers across the New Forest and Christchurch are being warned to plan ahead due to industrial action beginning tomorrow (Thursday).


Alasdair Beckett-King, The Attic, Totton, and Salisbury Arts Centre

Alasdair Beckett-King, The Attic, Totton, and Salisbury Arts Centre

Award-winning comic and children’s author Alasdair Beckett-King is set to visit Totton and Salisbury as part of his Nevermore tour.


Badger survey required before new pipe laid

Badger survey required before new pipe laid

A recycling firm in Christchurch has been granted permission to build a subsurface gas pipeline that will connect to the local distribution network.


Covid time capsule buried in grounds of Christchurch Hospital

Covid time capsule buried in grounds of Christchurch Hospital

A Covid time capsule has been buried in the grounds of Christchurch hospital, to be opened on the 100th anniversary of the NHS on 5th July 2048.


More vandalism adds £4k to New Milton Town Council’s £50k repair bill

More vandalism adds £4k to New Milton Town Council’s £50k repair bill

Further vandalism on New Milton’s recreation ground added another £4,000 to antisocial behaviour clear-up and repair costs.


Play-off chasing Badgers show Lymington no mercy

Play-off chasing Badgers show Lymington no mercy

A tough five-goal loss against high-flying rivals Brockenhurst left Lymington Town with five games left to avoid the impending threat of relegation.


Team from 9th Lymington Explorer unit win a top prize at swimming competition

Team from 9th Lymington Explorer unit win a top prize at swimming competition

A team from the 9th Lymington Explorer unit celebrated winning a top prize at the National Sea Scout swimming gala at HMS Raleigh in Plymouth.


‘Look, but don’t touch’ visitors to New Forest are warned as child hurt

‘Look, but don’t touch’ visitors to New Forest are warned as child hurt

A child was hurt after getting too close to a New Forest pony as police and local authorities remind visitors to “look, but don’t touch”.


CCTV: Women and man sought over shoplift of £80 of household goods

CCTV: Women and man sought over shoplift of £80 of household goods

Police have released a CCTV image of two women they want to speak to after £80 of household products was stolen from a Fordingbridge store


Extreme concern for missing woman as CCTV shows her getting off bus in Ringwood

Extreme concern for missing woman as CCTV shows her getting off bus in Ringwood

CCTV images showing a missing woman getting off a bus in Ringwood have been released amid extreme concerns for her welfare.


‘The water is still very cold’: Lymington RNLI warning after early morning swim results in pair being rescued

‘The water is still very cold’: Lymington RNLI warning after early morning swim results in pair being rescued

An early morning swim off Lymington resulted in two people having to be rescued, with one taken to hospital.


Bin torched in more ‘mindless’ vandalism at Lymington football club

Bin torched in more ‘mindless’ vandalism at Lymington football club

“These lowlives ruin it for everyone.” This was the damning condemnation from Lymington Town FC’s chairman after it was hit by more vandalism.


CCTV visibility among obstacles for more New Milton town centre trees

CCTV visibility among obstacles for more New Milton town centre trees

Concerns over obscuring CCTV views are among obstacles impeding additional trees in New Milton town centre.


Forest venue given wedding honour

Forest venue given wedding honour

Nestled in the heart of the New Forest it is the perfect place for one of the most important days of people’s lives.


Sailing club’s open invitation to celebrate 150th birthday

Sailing club’s open invitation to celebrate 150th birthday

Christchurch Sailing Club is preparing to launch its 150th anniversary celebrations, inviting the local community to an open day at the end of April.


Village post office to shut for six weeks

Village post office to shut for six weeks

A village post office is set to shut for six weeks while building work takes place.


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