The latest figures by rural insurer NFU Mutual show a 13.4% rise in the cost of countryside crime last year.Read the full story ›
Browns Golf Course, on the Isle of Wight, was officially opened 86 years ago by one of the most successful golfers Britain has ever producedRead the full story ›
We are celebrating this part of the world with a series called 'Spirit of the South'. We are showcasing our region's hidden treasures.Read the full story ›
This is set to be one of the wettest springs for years, according to the Met Office. And that's causing major problems for farmers right.Read the full story ›
7000 hens are up for sale on a farm in Sherborne this Bank Holiday weekend.Read the full story ›
Under the current EU method, farmers are paid part of a £3bn subsidy based on how much land they own, which makes up 50-60% of their income.Read the full story ›
Southern Water wants to pump more water from the River Medway - to bring Bewl Water up to normal levelsRead the full story ›
A campaign's been launched to save one of the country's oldest disabled riding schools. Broadlands' asbestos roof needs urgently replacing.Read the full story ›
Your idea of a good holiday might be lounging around the swimming pool or sunning yourself on the beach … but growing numbers of office workers are choosing to spend their time off picking fruit at harvest time.
In an effort to end their reliance on overseas workers, vineyards are marketing "working holidays" where people can "reconnect with the countryside" and enjoy the "camaraderie" of farm life.
Chloe Keedy has been finding out more.
Six springer spaniels nursed back to health after being abandoned near AshfordRead the full story ›