Distinctive new council vehicles will be on the roads of the New Forest from early in the New Year
Our stations are giving you the chance to try your arm at firefighting.
Hampshire County Council is asking people who live, work and study in Hampshire to have their say on proposed changes to libraries.
Citizens Advice New Forest is helping take the sting out of people’s fuel bills this winter.
The New Forest Heritage Centre in Lyndhurst is now host to its first marine painting exhibition
A new cemetery in Calshot was opened by New Forest District Council on Friday 27 September.
A Waterside football club facing relegation due to substandard floodlights can now kick off the new season in style, thanks to an assist from ExxonMobil Fawley.
Students hoping to pursue a career in the uniformed services paid a visit to Fawley to learn more about the site’s Fire Response Group (FRG) and its close working relationship with external agencies.
Youngsters took part in a fun day of interactive learning as the build-up to the annual New Forest Show began in earnest.
The first Get Inspired New Forest, an interactive careers fair, took place on 27th June 2019 at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu.
Youngsters from Blackfield Primary School will be able to enjoy outdoor learning in all weathers thanks to a little help from ExxonMobil Fawley.
In celebration of the new Saga Cruises’ cruise ship being in Southampton on Monday 22 July, there are planned fireworks over Calshot
New Forest District Council is supporting Armed Forces Day by flying the flag to honour the Armed Forces community
On Monday 24 June, NFDC Vice Chairman Cllr Derek Tipp raised the Armed Forces Day flag outside the council's main offices at Appletree Court in Lyndhurst.
Precise planning and careful manoeuvring were the order of the day when a new piece of equipment arrived at ExxonMobil Fawley.
Three heads were better than one when it came to taking steps to examining the options for replacing the sea wall in a popular area of Hythe.
New Forest District Council is advising people to avoid contact with Brown-tail Moth caterpillars after more sightings than usual have been reported to the council so far this year.