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Yellow Buses collapses with loss of around 250 jobs

Yellow Buses collapses with loss of around 250 jobs

Yellow Buses collapses with loss of around 250 jobs

YELLOW Buses collapsed last night (Thursday) after administrators were unable to finalise a deal to rescue the company.


Children's exhibit on legendary Lymington firm Wellworthy

Children's exhibit on legendary Lymington firm Wellworthy

Children's exhibit on legendary Lymington firm Wellworthy

YOUNGSTERS delved into the past to explore an engineering firm which was once one of Lymington’s biggest employers.


New Forest leisure centre job cuts loom despite £750,000 bailout

New Forest leisure centre job cuts loom despite £750,000 bailout

New Forest leisure centre job cuts loom despite £750,000 bailout

JOBS and pay could be cut and prices hiked at the New Forest’s public leisure centres despite the trust running them securing a £750k bailout.

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Fuel prices and Covid behind Yellow Buses' demise

Fuel prices and Covid behind Yellow Buses' demise

Fuel prices and Covid behind Yellow Buses' demise

ADMINISTRATORS have been called in to Yellow Buses which serves passengers across Christchurch and the western side of the New Forest.


Couple open 'magic' restaurant in 500-year-old Lymington building

Couple open 'magic' restaurant in 500-year-old Lymington building

Couple open 'magic' restaurant in 500-year-old Lymington building

AFTER running a Pilley pub for seven years, a Lymington couple have embarked on a new venture with their new restaurant The Magic Duck.


His and hearse – New Milton couple hire out their funeral car collection

His and hearse – New Milton couple hire out their funeral car collection

His and hearse – New Milton couple hire out their funeral car collection

A HEARSE-obsessed New Milton couple have turned the ignition on a new business venture hiring out their vehicles.


Siblings tap into their dreams to open Lymington nano-brewery

Siblings tap into their dreams to open Lymington nano-brewery

Siblings tap into their dreams to open Lymington nano-brewery

A BROTHER and sister duo have launched a new nano-brewery and tap room in Lymington, combining decades of experience in the hospitality trade.


Village traders see business plummet as customers 'confused' by diversion

Village traders see business plummet as customers 'confused' by diversion

Village traders see business plummet as customers 'confused' by diversion

TRADERS in Dibden Purlieu say they have seen a steep drop in customers from a “confusing” main road closure for emergency gas repairs.


New Forest designers to showcase fashions on New York catwalk

New Forest designers to showcase fashions on New York catwalk

New Forest designers to showcase fashions on New York catwalk

A NEW Forest tailor has teamed up with a local tartan designer for a debut fashion show in New York.


Landlords at New Forest pub throw in towel after 'final straw' court case

Landlords at New Forest pub throw in towel after 'final straw' court case

Landlords at New Forest pub throw in towel after 'final straw' court case

LANDLORDS of a pub in Ashurst have announced plans to leave – just months after losing a court case against NFDC over noise from live music.

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‘That is theft’ – more firms join high street sign row

‘That is theft’ – more firms join high street sign row

‘That is theft’ – more firms join high street sign row

TWO more independent businesses have added their voices to an ongoing row about New Forest District Council taking traders’ signage.

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Historic New Forest hotel sold

Historic New Forest hotel sold

Historic New Forest hotel sold

A HISTORIC New Forest hotel has been sold to a pub group.


Highcliffe estate agents go the extra 3,000 miles to save home sale

Highcliffe estate agents go the extra 3,000 miles to save home sale

Highcliffe estate agents go the extra 3,000 miles to save home sale

A PAIR of estate agents took going the extra mile to extreme lengths when they jetted and drove close to 3,000 miles to ensure a couple’s move.


Last cuppa looms for New Forest tearoom after 100 years

Last cuppa looms for New Forest tearoom after 100 years

Last cuppa looms for New Forest tearoom after 100 years

A BROCKENHURST tearoom that has been open for nearly 100 years will disappear if plans get the go-ahead.


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