Students at a Hampshire school have launched a teddy bear into space as part of a physics outreach project with Southampton University.
The first equestrian photographer to achieve a 'fellowship' - the highest accolade in photography - is Emily Hancock from the New Forest.
An investigation is underway to try to discover why a car slammed into the back of a stationary lorry on the A31, killing the driver.
The owner of an historic thatched cottage which has been wrecked by fire just three weeks before Christmas says he's been humbled by the help and kindness offered by neighbours.
And he's paid tribute to firefighters - up to 100 fought to save his home in North Weirs in Brockenhurst. Kerry Swain reports.
Three women have been indecently assaulted over three days in Lymington in the New Forest. The suspect is described as white, 5ft 7 tall, around 17-years-old and he was wearing a black hooded top and carrying a red rucksack.
At 7.50pm on Wednesday, the suspect indecently touched a 35-year-old woman over her clothing in St Thomas Street. At 3.20pm on Thursday a woman reported a man was exposing himself on the High Street. Then at 5pm on Friday, a 37-year-old woman was indecently touched over her clothing in Quay Street.
Detective Inspector Fiona Bitters said: 'We believe these incidents are linked and we want to identify the man responsible to prevent any further offences. Please be reassured that incidents of this nature are very rare and we are doing everything we can.'
Witnesses can call Southampton CID on 101.
A deadly disease that has killed seven dogs in the New Forest remains a mystery tonight. Tests to find the cause - which leads to acute kidney failure - have so far proved inconclusive.
Now a scientific paper is being published internationally - with the hope that vets in other parts of the world may be able to help. Kerry Swain reports.
A 17-year-old girl has been missing from her foster home at Hordle in the New Forest since Tuesday. Claudia Mooney was last seen at Brockenhurst College at about 3.45pm.
Around 4pm, she texted her foster mother saying she was visiting a friend in New Milton and would be home by 8.30pm but she never returned and has not been heard from since.
Claudia is 5ft 1-2ins tall with straight cropped blonde hair and hazel eyes. She has a pale complexion.
When last seen, she was wearing a navy blue jumper and jeans, a plastic leather-look bomber jacket with a grey sweater fabric hood. She may also have worn a black knitted hat and ankle boots with a flat sole.
Claudia carries a large Union Jack handbag and wears Gothic-style rings.
Anyone who knows where Claudia is staying or who sees her is asked to ring the Targeted Patrol Team at Southampton on 101.
The survey shows the management of the Forest is providing a good habitat for them.
Over the summer, experts from international environmental consulting company RPS tracked the ground-nesting, nocturnal birds, which can best be seen and heard in heathland at dusk, or just before sunrise.
The last nightjar survey in the Forest was carried out in 2004/2005 as part of wider national surveys and these latest results will provide a better understanding of the birds’ nesting behaviour and the factors affecting their distribution and habitats.
One of our most mystical native birds, the rare nightjar, appears to be thriving in the New Forest following historic declines in the rest of the UK.
Early results of a survey jointly funded by the New Forest National Park Authority, the Forestry Commission and the New Forest Verderers as part of the New Forest Higher Level Stewardship (HLS) scheme, show the nightjar population appears to be returning to the New Forest.
Police say they are becoming increasingly concerned for the wellbeing of a man from Hordle in the New Forest who hasn’t been seen since last Friday.
Robert Skidworthy, 47, from Mallard Close was last seen by his brother around midnight on 25th October. He suffers from anxiety and other medical problems and it’s believed he has no medication with him. It's unusual for him to be away for this long as he has cats which he always takes good care of.
Robert is described as: White, 6ft tall, thin build with blue eyes and short blond hair. It’s thought he is most likely to still be in the New Forest area but it’s not known for certain.
Anyone with any information is asked to call New Milton police on 101.
Police are still searching for a missing 17-year-old from the New Forest but have received a number of calls giving details of unconfirmed sightings.
Suong Thi Bui has been seen in a number of locations, from Chichester in Sussex to Blandford Forum in Dorset, all the way up to London.
She was last seen at her home in Ringwood on Saturday 19th October.
She speaks little English and has no money for food or lodgings.
An ambulance and a lorry have been involved in a collision near Lyndhurst in the New Forest.
A patient was on board the ambulance, who has been transferred to another ambulance following the collision and taken to Southampton General Hospital for treatment to their existing condition.
The ambulance sustained damage to its front end. The two paramedics on board have both been taken to hospital for routine check-ups but neither are believed to have sustained any significant injury.
The lorry sustained minor damage, and the lorry driver was uninjured.
Police remain at scene, and motorists are advised that there will be short delays to traffic passing through that area for the next couple of hours whilst the scene is cleared and enquiries conducted.
Video. It is October and the countdown to Halloween has begun. But for some farmers, it is not growing pumpkins that concerns them, it's stopping people stealing them. One farm on the edge of the New Forest has been targeted twice in the last week.
The owners say they have had to step up security in order to protect their crop. Martin Dowse reports.