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Hythe's Victorian pier awarded listed status

Hythe's Victorian pier awarded listed status

Hythe's Victorian pier awarded listed status

THE campaign to protect Hythe pier has been boosted by an award of Grade II listed status.


New pedestrian and cycling projects in Ringwood completed ahead of £25m A31 revamp

New pedestrian and cycling projects in Ringwood completed ahead of £25m A31 revamp

New pedestrian and cycling projects in Ringwood completed ahead of £25m A31 revamp

A SERIES of schemes designed to boost pedestrian and cyclist safety in Ringwood have been completed ahead of major work on the A31.


Speedguns drawn to take aim at Highcliffe hotspots

Speedguns drawn to take aim at Highcliffe hotspots

Speedguns drawn to take aim at Highcliffe hotspots

VOLUNTEERS with speedguns have been out on the roads in Highcliffe in an effort to slow down traffic.


More cycle paths to connect Forest with Southampton

More cycle paths to connect Forest with Southampton

More cycle paths to connect Forest with Southampton

MORE cycle paths are planed to connect the New Forest to Southampton in a bid to get people out on their bikes.


Community "benefitting" from reduced traffic in Ringwood following works

Community "benefitting" from reduced traffic in Ringwood following works

Community "benefitting" from reduced traffic in Ringwood following works

A SERIES of small schemes designed to boost pedestrian and cyclist safety in Ringwood have been completed ahead of the major £25m A31 revamp.


Drivers face delays as bridge project forces more lane closures

Drivers face delays as bridge project forces more lane closures

Drivers face delays as bridge project forces more lane closures

DRIVERS face more road closures and delays on the approaches from the New Forest to Southampton, amid the ongoing £25m Redbridge Causeway project.


Showdown looms over Lymington parking charge fury

Showdown looms over Lymington parking charge fury

Showdown looms over Lymington parking charge fury

A SHOWDOWN meeting will take place between Hampshire highways and Lymington Town Council as fury deepens over potential car parking charges.

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Calls for government cash to save Hampshire's crumbling roads

Calls for government cash to save Hampshire's crumbling roads

Calls for government cash to save Hampshire's crumbling roads

ROADS across Hampshire will continue to deteriorate in the coming years without government intervention, according to a county council report.


Dorset catalytic converter thefts rise by more than 350%

Dorset catalytic converter thefts rise by more than 350%

Dorset catalytic converter thefts rise by more than 350%

A 368% surge in catalytic converters being stolen from vehicles in Dorset has prompted police to advise motorists on how to avoid falling victim.


'Ugly' Brockenhurst cycle racks set for permanent upgrade

'Ugly' Brockenhurst cycle racks set for permanent upgrade

'Ugly' Brockenhurst cycle racks set for permanent upgrade

CONTROVERSIAL cycle racks in Brockenhurst are set for a more permanent upgrade, Hampshire County Council has suggested.

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RAC warns of 'more misery' as petrol hits eight-year high

RAC warns of 'more misery' as petrol hits eight-year high

RAC warns of 'more misery' as petrol hits eight-year high

PETROL prices have risen for the ninth month in a row with the RAC warning the situation shows no sign of improving.


State of Christchurch roads 'pretty shoddy'

State of Christchurch roads 'pretty shoddy'

State of Christchurch roads 'pretty shoddy'

A CHRISTCHURCH councillor told how she nearly took a mop and bucket to a dirty road sign amid a string of complaints about the area's highways.


Delays 'inevitable' as A326 expansion roadworks ramp up

Delays 'inevitable' as A326 expansion roadworks ramp up

Delays 'inevitable' as A326 expansion roadworks ramp up

COUNCILS chiefs have warned delays are "inevitable" as expansion work steps up on the southern end of the A326 next week.


Lyndhurst residents want no-entry signs as drivers 'speed through' streets to avoid A337 jams

Lyndhurst residents want no-entry signs as drivers 'speed through' streets to avoid A337 jams

Lyndhurst residents want no-entry signs as drivers 'speed through' streets to avoid A337 jams

RESIDENTS in Lyndhurst tired of motorists using roads as rat-runs are lobbying HCC to implement a no-entry restriction.


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