Friday Mar 7
Yachtsman rescued after suffering heart attack
He was transferred to Lymington lifeboat after plans to winch him aboard a coastguard search and rescue helicopter were deemed too hazardous.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
Commanwealth Day to be marked across Hampshire
For the first time, local authorities and civic dignitaries, community groups and charities throughout the British Isles are taking part in local flag-raising events and ceremonies of dedication to mark the special day.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Free memory sticks to encourage car-free travel in the forest
Hotels, holiday parks and B&Bs made good use of last year's memory stick for their websites and marketing, including copyright-free photos, videos and information on the open-top New Forest Tour, Twizy electric vehicles, trains, walks and family cycling.
Observatory studio designs revealed
The moveable observatory will visit four locations across southern England and see 12 artists from writers, sculptors, film makers and painters work in the structure over two years.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Campaign to encourage visitors to consider alternatives to the car
Hundreds of businesses in the New Forest have been given new memory sticks full of photos, maps and videos in an effort to encourage visitors to consider alternatives to the car.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Burglars target Forest home
BE burglar tried and failed to break into a New Forest home. The failed break-in was discovered when the occupant returned to the house in Westfield Road, Lymington at 4pm on Tuesday.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
'Wild West bar brawl' at Legion club
A FANCY dress disco at a Royal British Legion club in Hampshire descended into a "Wild West" bar room brawl, a court heard.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Watch out for rogue traders offering to remove dangerous trees
Across Hampshire, residents have extended helping hands to friends and neighbours so they can cope with the damage and destruction caused by storms and flooding.
Car crash teen had drugs hidden in underwear
POLICE recovered drugs after a teenager lost control of his car and crashed into a stream outside a Hampshire hotel.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Exploring the Bournemouth Coast Path
Milford-on-Sea: The Marine rescue latest report
The best report of the St Valentine's Night rescue from The Marine restaurant and cafe at Milford-on-Sea can be found in The Lymington Times and The New Milton Advertiser .
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Classical concert in New Forest
Music at Beaulieu presents the Kammerphilharmoni-Europa concert from 7pm on Saturday, March 8, in St Thomas' Church, Lymington .
Birdy misses out on Brit Award win
The 17-year-old from Lymington , whose real name is Jasmine Van den Bogaerde, was beaten by Ellie Goulding in the British Female Solo Artist category at the glittering ceremony at London's O2 Arena last night.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Care home with a cinema and beach huts
BEACH huts, a cinema - even a town square. These are some of the facilities at a state-of-the-art care home that aims to provide the perfect environment for people suffering from dementia.
Veterans embark on cross-country walk for WW1 centenary
A GROUP of veterans will make their way to Hampshire in July as they embark on a cross-country charity walk to mark the First World War's 100th anniversary.
Green light for expansion of Gordleton Industrial Park
Plans to increase the size of Gordleton Industrial Park by a third have been given the go-ahead, despite strong local opposition.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Live Dorset Storms: The big clean up continues - broken beach huts, debris and fallen trees removed
Dorset County Council are reminding the public to follow safety warnings on the Dorset coast due to possible landslides and rock falls.
Sat Feb 15, 2014
Extreme weather grips the UK as 85mph winds and rain trigger 24...
Grandad Bob Thomas, 77, was hit by a tree felled by storms as he gathered hens in his garden in Caeathro, near Caernarfon, North Wales - he later died in hospital The extreme weather triggered 24 "threat to life" flood warnings and a Met Office alert that the UK was under a "multi-pronged attack" from 85mph winds, rain and snow.
Fresh storms in UK kill two
Two people have died and Britain's coastal communities have been battered by high winds and huge waves as widespread flooding continues to bring misery to thousands.
An 80 mile an hour storm brought chaos and destruction across Hampshire.
Chief Insp Cooper, pictured, added: "The extreme weather conditions of stones being thrown from the beach with the power of the wind to smash windscreens of fire engines and military trucks was almost like they were being shot from a rifle.
Flooding in Lymington
Storms and 80 mile and hour winds brought t chaos across the south last night with homes evacuated, train services suspended and roads blocked.