School’s out for the long summer holiday and parents are reminded to check where their older children are going and who with.
Don’t help burglars break into your property by leaving tools lying around outside when you’re not at home.
Old or worn electric blankets could be dangerous and cause a fire.
The FBU recently announced further dates and time periods for industrial action regarding the ongoing pension dispute.
Exbury’s 200 acre woodland garden in the New Forest is renowned the world over for its unrivalled collections of spring and early summer flowering trees and shrubs.
“You don’t have to put up with antisocial behaviour in your neighbourhood” – that’s the message being given to victims in the New Forest.
Over the summer, all New Forest District Council residents will receive a letter telling them about the biggest change to the electoral registration system in nearly 100 years.
With the European Parliamentary elections taking place on Thursday 22 May, Dave Yates, New Forest District Council’s chief executive and electoral registration officer, is urging voters to make sure they are registered to vote.
The mild winter has brought forward one of the south’s most spectacular sites as thousands of bluebells are bursting into flower along the hedgerows and woodland paths of Exbury Gardens in the New Forest.
Mobile phones allow us to do much more than simply make calls, text and take photos.
It can take as little as 10 seconds for a thief to steal something from your car – so never leave valuables inside.
A team from Applemore College in Southampton will be heading to the state-of- the art McLaren Technology Centre in Woking next month after getting through to the final of a pan-European contest organised by ExxonMobil and Junior Achievement-Young Enterprise (JAYE) Europe.
Thanks to the support of ExxonMobil at Fawley, Applemore College has received a sizable boost of funding for its Easter 2014 trip to Kenya.
When the schools close for half term next week, parents are reminded to check on where their children are going and who with.
Elderly/vulnerable members of the public have been receiving unsolicited telephone calls from criminals purporting to be from their bank or the police.