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100-mile fundraiser in memory of dog who died from Alabama rot after walk in New Forest

100-mile fundraiser in memory of dog who died from Alabama rot after walk in New Forest

100-mile fundraiser in memory of dog who died from Alabama rot after walk in New Forest

A DEVOTED animal lover is set to run over 100 miles in 24 hours to remember his dog Rocco who died from Alabama rot following a walk in the Forest.


Prosecution hope over flytip in Hythe car park

Prosecution hope over flytip in Hythe car park

Prosecution hope over flytip in Hythe car park

THOSE responsible for a large flytip found in a Hythe car park this morning (Thursday) could soon face the music.


Cannabis and drug gear dumped in New Forest

Cannabis and drug gear dumped in New Forest

Cannabis and drug gear dumped in New Forest

FORESTRY England slammed flytippers who dumped the remains of cannabis plants at Culverley in Beaulieu for their "lack of respect" for the New Forest.


Tuesday flood alerts for Christchurch Harbour and Beaulieu estuary

Tuesday flood alerts for Christchurch Harbour and Beaulieu estuary

Tuesday flood alerts for Christchurch Harbour and Beaulieu estuary

FLOOD alerts have been issued for areas of Christchurch and Beaulieu today (Tuesday).


New Forest national park has 'reached its limit' for development

New Forest national park has 'reached its limit' for development

New Forest national park has 'reached its limit' for development

THE prospect of shutting the door on future development in the national park has been raised by a planning chief.

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Wildlife warning over Natural England's footpath plan for New Forest

Wildlife warning over Natural England's footpath plan for New Forest

Wildlife warning over Natural England's footpath plan for New Forest

HAVENS for ground nesting birds on Beaulieu River could be lost if Natural England pushes ahead with plans to open miles of the New Forest coastline.

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Calmore flytipper to be sentenced in new year

Calmore flytipper to be sentenced in new year

Calmore flytipper to be sentenced in new year

A FLYTIPPER from Calmore who dumped mattresses, broken furniture and building materials is due to be sentenced in the new year.


New Forest sees 1,000 flytips over 12 months

New Forest sees 1,000 flytips over 12 months

New Forest sees 1,000 flytips over 12 months

THE New Forest was plagued by more than 1,000 flytipping incidents over the course of a year, according to figures released by Defra.


Totton residents win appeal to axe protection on 'nuisance' tree

Totton residents win appeal to axe protection on 'nuisance' tree

Totton residents win appeal to axe protection on 'nuisance' tree

RESIDENTS have successfully overturned a preservation order on a tree in Totton.


Lymington 14-year-old's wasp pic takes second place in national RSPCA competition

Lymington 14-year-old's wasp pic takes second place in national RSPCA competition

Lymington 14-year-old's wasp pic takes second place in national RSPCA competition

A LYMINGTON teenager has taken second place in a national photography competition which attracted more than 6,500 entries.


£9,000 tree felling approved in Barton

£9,000 tree felling approved in Barton

£9,000 tree felling approved in Barton

MORE than £9,000 will be pumped into a programme to fell and replace storm-damaged trees at a popular open space in Barton.

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The Hordle 'fish geek' on a mission to hook locals into sustainable catch

The Hordle 'fish geek' on a mission to hook locals into sustainable catch

The Hordle 'fish geek' on a mission to hook locals into sustainable catch

AFTER years spent managing wild fisheries, Rob Blyth-Skyrme is now on a mission to make it easier to eat sustainably caught fish from local seas.


Hengistbury Head outdoor discovery den opens

Hengistbury Head outdoor discovery den opens

Hengistbury Head outdoor discovery den opens

A DISCOVERY den outdoor classroom has been officially opened at Hengistbury Head to allow children to learn about nature – whatever the weather.


£500,000 fine over hazardous gas leak at Fawley refinery

£500,000 fine over hazardous gas leak at Fawley refinery

£500,000 fine over hazardous gas leak at Fawley refinery

THE operator of Fawley refinery has been fined £500,000 over a "deeply regrettable" gas leak that breached health and safety legislation.


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