A MAN has admitted downloading and possessing images of child sexual abuse.
A NEWLY-FORMED football club in Verwood will appear in style after being handed a brand new strip.
RICHARD Swaffield clawed back a 50-point deficit with four reds left in the deciding frame of his Cuestars South Wilts Snooker League clash with Anthony Rice.
HELPERS turned out in force to carry out much-needed repairs to a village footpath.
AN Army officer has been cleared of killing a builder in a fatal smash.
THIS week has seen a serious debate over the amount of tax paid by Google and a real sense of anger over the apparent discrepancy over the rate of tax paid by multi-national companies and by small companies.
IT’S been a few years, I confess, since I hopped on a bus. Not that I have unhappy memories.
A SENIOR druid has accused English Heritage of creating a "pay to pray policy" after unveiling plans to charge for parking at the solstice celebrations.
ADAM Guyatt admitted he was “well happy” but weary after defeating former England captain Nathan Williams in the final of the Salisbury Snooker Club Championship.
AN RAF serviceman, who has raised more than £200,000 for charity, is planning to embark on his final long distance run in memory of his son who died from cot death.
PRESCRIBING mercury and crude opium to patients might sound horrifying now, but in its day the Old Manor hospital was at the forefront of pioneering treatment for mental disorders.
A DOG walker flashed a 15-year-old boy near to Winterslow.
THE minister of defence paid tribute to vital work done by staff at Porton Down during an event to mark 100 years of defence operations in Wiltshire.
A WINE cafe in Salisbury is to close this weekend after three years of trading in the the city.
HUNDREDS of people are backing plans to redevelop a disused psychiatric hospital on one of Salisbury’s busiest roads.
SHOTGUN-wielding robbers raided a petrol station before running off across a dual carriageway with stolen cash.
A VULNERABLE man's life was turned upside-down by a 'mean' burglary which left him afraid to go out alone, a court heard.
TOM Morton, who has led South Wilts’ monopoly of ECB Southern Premier League cricket for the past four seasons, is leaving the Salisbury club to become Director of Cricket at the top Middlesex League side Ealing.