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Full steam ahead for popular Netley Marsh show

Full steam ahead for popular Netley Marsh show

STEAM engines, vintage vehicles and arena displays are some of the attractions at the Netley Marsh Steam and Craft Show.


Tree-mendous effort as Hedger grabs sixth Euro climbing title

Tree-mendous effort as Hedger grabs sixth Euro climbing title

SWAY'S Josephine Hedger has stormed to her fifth straight European Tree Climbing Championship victory to qualify for the worlds.


Jubilee mural on New Milton town centre wall set to start

Jubilee mural on New Milton town centre wall set to start

THE creation of a Queen’s platinum jubilee mural in New Milton is finally set to get under way thanks to donations.


Appeal to find jewellery stolen in burglary

Appeal to find jewellery stolen in burglary

POLICE have released pictures of jewellery stolen in an overnight burglary at a home in Totton.


Young Lymington sailor grabs world youth silver in Netherlands

Young Lymington sailor grabs world youth silver in Netherlands

ROYAL Lymington Yacht Club's talented youngster Santi Sesto Cosby has won silver at the Youth Sailing World Championships in The Hague.


Heavy rain warning for New Forest and Christchurch

Heavy rain warning for New Forest and Christchurch

FROM one extreme to the other, the New Forest and Christchurch has been dealt another weather warning – this time for heavy rain and thunder.


Walkford murder trial: Teen tells court his friend stabbed victim – 'I’d never seen him like that'

Walkford murder trial: Teen tells court his friend stabbed victim – 'I’d never seen him like that'

A TEEN accused of murder told a court that his friend from Christchurch started stabbing the victim after a “heated argument” over a stolen computer.


Bursting the Bublé – fans hit out at 'disgraceful' New Milton concert

Bursting the Bublé – fans hit out at 'disgraceful' New Milton concert

FURIOUS Michael Bublé fans have hit out at organisers of a concert in New Milton which ended up as a “festival in a field”.


New Forest MP reveals who he's backing as race for PM down to two

New Forest MP reveals who he's backing as race for PM down to two

A NEW Forest MP has revealed who he is backing as Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss battle to replace Boris Johnson.

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Cowshed in New Forest to be turned into three-bed home

Cowshed in New Forest to be turned into three-bed home

AN old cowshed is to be turned in to a three-bedroom home after the national park authority granted planning permission.


Man arrested after vehicle 'erratically' pulls out in front of police

Man arrested after vehicle 'erratically' pulls out in front of police

POLICE arrested a suspected drink-driver after a vehicle allegedly pulled out erratically in front of a patrol car on the A337 at Lymington.


Countdown to the New Forest Show

Countdown to the New Forest Show

THE New Forest Show will make its long-awaited return next week to celebrate its centenary after a two-year absence due to the pandemic.

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Coda music charity reveals expansion plans

Coda music charity reveals expansion plans

A WALKFORD music charity has unveiled plans to expand its base with the transformation of a disused stable block, barn and cow sheds.


Walkford murder trial: Teen admits he 'did nothing' to help victim after stabbing

Walkford murder trial: Teen admits he 'did nothing' to help victim after stabbing

A TEEN accused of murdering Edward Reeve told a jury he had done nothing to help him after leaving him “dying in his cold house” on New Year's Eve.


New Forest holiday park refused permission for year-round use of holiday homes

New Forest holiday park refused permission for year-round use of holiday homes

A NEW Forest holiday park's bid for all its accommodation to be used year-round has been rejected by the national park authority.


Hot weather suspends rail route travelling through New Forest and Christchurch

Hot weather suspends rail route travelling through New Forest and Christchurch

ALL trains travelling on the South Western Railway route from London Waterloo to Bournemouth have been suspended until 7pm this evening (Tuesday).


'The audacity' – raiders smash their way into family-run store

'The audacity' – raiders smash their way into family-run store

THE owner of a family-run village store and post office in Dibden Purlieu disturbed thieves who smashed their way in and stole cash and cigarettes.

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Unstoppable Calmore one match off Lord's final

Unstoppable Calmore one match off Lord's final

CALMORE Sports are one win away from a second consecutive Lord's appearance in the Voneus Village Cup final after defeating Goatacre by five wickets.


New Milton recover to snatch win against Calmore

New Milton recover to snatch win against Calmore

NEW Milton returned to winning ways with a relatively straightforward victory over Calmore Sports at Fernhill Sports Ground.


Plan for up to 220 homes near Fordingbridge

Plan for up to 220 homes near Fordingbridge

A DEVELOPER is planning to build up to 220 homes on former agricultural land near Fordingbridge.


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