I am now a first-hand witness to the plight of our cheerfully dedicated, very wonderful frontline nursing staff.
SIR – Here is another good reason to not have wheelie bins.
Three readers debate the merits of a mammal's reintroduction.
SIR – Your front page had an article about the plan to build 100 new homes near a flood-prone area of Bransgore (A&T, 13th August).
SIR – Why do men in Lycra who cycle along the seafront of Milford early in the morning, frighten the life out of me?
It beggars belief that the council is considering the application for a KFC restaurant and takeaway in the old NatWest building in New Milton
Small bogs, ponds and even one or two lakes need to be created to encourage insects to breed and for volume sources of water.
SIR – I see that the developers of the Lymington police station claim that the 32 retirement apartments they propose are “much needed”.
SIR – Christchurch’s unique character has always and should always be separated from Bournemouth and Poole.
SIR – Last weekend there were many dogs being exercised along the beach and I am appealing to owners to keep their dogs under control.
SIR – I have not been "single-jabbed", "double-jabbed" or "multi-jabbed" against Covid-19.
SIR – The headline and article, 'Raw sewage pumped into Forest river', makes shocking and sad reading (A&T, 9th July).
SIR – I sympathise with the person who overheard an estate agent who seemed to willingly encourage a gazumping deal (Letters, 16th July).
SIR – I agree entirely that we should be helping the hospitality industry at this time but some pubs are not helping themselves.
SIR – Recently I was in an estate agents and had the misfortune to listen to a conversation that made me so mad, but also heartbroken!