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Trainee doctor's award from Prime Minister

Salisbury Journal:

9:41am Monday 28th July 2014

AN inspirational trainee doctor has been presented with an award from the Prime Minister for her efforts to end female genital mutilation.

Lucky escape as bus hits scaffolding

Salisbury Journal:

4:01pm Thursday 24th July 2014

A BUILDER had a lucky escape when the scaffolding he was working on was hit by a double decker bus and dragged 12 feet along the road.

Ruby chalks up half a century at market

Salisbury Journal:

11:04am Thursday 24th July 2014

A WELL-KNOWN face in Salisbury is celebrating 50 years of serving people with a smile at the city’s market.

My new favourite bands

Salisbury Journal:

10:18am Thursday 24th July 2014

ONE of the great things about Larmer Tree Festival is discovering new bands, and there were lots of fantastically fun and energetic world music bands that got the crowd going this year.

Pants still flying at Sir Tom

Salisbury Journal:

10:10am Thursday 24th July 2014

WELSH singing superstar Tom Jones opened this year’s Larmer Tree Festival in fine style.

Larmer Tree Festival: Frank Turner

Salisbury Journal:

10:06am Thursday 24th July 2014

BRITISH music’s unassuming star Frank Turner put on a great show on Friday night.

Festival is rockin’ Tree-mendous

Salisbury Journal:

10:01am Thursday 24th July 2014

A WIDE range of music, weird and wonderful street theatre and fun-packed workshops were just some of the highlights of this year’s Larmer Tree Festival last week.

Boy,6, left at wrong bus stop

Salisbury Journal:

9:29am Thursday 24th July 2014

A SIX-YEAR-OLD boy left at the wrong stop by a bus driver walked a mile down a busy road by himself while his frantic family searched for him.

Fears over 'dangerous' road signs

10:00am Thursday 24th July 2014

A BUSINESSMAN says he is fed up with Wiltshire Council failing to do its job.

Salsa weekend

Salisbury Journal:

9:16am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

SALSA fans got their dancing shoes on for a weekend of workshops and dance parties.

Larmer Tree raises £3,000 for foodbanks

9:01am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

THE Larmer Tree Festival has raised more than £3,000 for Salisbury-based charity the Trussell Trust.

Join Girls Love Fit for charity event

1:30pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

GIRLS Love Fit is calling all yummy mummies to get involved in a Bliss Buggy Push.

Sporting fun for Avon Valley College

Salisbury Journal:

10:17am Tuesday 22nd July 2014

FROM fencing to freestyle football and wheelchair basketball to ballroom dancing, pupils at Avon Valley College got the chance to try out some new sports at a participation day.

Theft from One Stop shop

Salisbury Journal:

3:00pm Friday 18th July 2014

POLICE have issued a CCTV image of a man they would like to speak to in connection with a theft from a shop in Salisbury.

Burglary in Bouverie Avenue

2:37pm Friday 18th July 2014

POLICE are appealing for witnesses after jewellery was stolen from a house in Salisbury.

Racing for Life at Stonehenge School

Salisbury Journal:

12:25pm Friday 18th July 2014

STAFF and pupils at Stonehenge School held their own Race for Life event to raise money for charity.

Celebrating Shakespeare at South Wilts

Salisbury Journal:

11:56am Friday 18th July 2014

PUPILS at South Wilts School in Salisbury celebrated all things Shakespearean in a two-day festival.

Police appeal for accident information

3:41pm Thursday 17th July 2014

WILTSHIRE Police are appealing for information about an accident on Monday.

Conker's back home

Salisbury Journal:

3:00pm Thursday 17th July 2014

A WOMAN has been reunited with her dog after it went missing at the weekend.

Sir Walter Raleigh's house on the market

Salisbury Journal:

1:08pm Thursday 17th July 2014

SIR Walter Raleigh’s old country home, where Queen Elizabeth I once stayed, has been put on the market for £1.35m.

Acts look to get Larmer than life at festival

Salisbury Journal:

11:01am Thursday 17th July 2014

ROCKING the stage at big festivals such as Glastonbury and BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend is a way of life for Stornoway, but the quartet say Larmer Tree is one of their favourites.

Appeal hearing on youth hostel site application

8:57am Wednesday 16th July 2014

A HEARING to decide the fate of Salisbury’s youth hostel will be held next Wednesday.

Appeal over Coombe Road planning application

5:09pm Tuesday 15th July 2014

PLANS to build a house in Harnham are going before a planning inspector.

Plan for 208 homes in Ludgershall

4:59pm Tuesday 15th July 2014

A DEVELOPMENT of 208 homes is being planned on the site of a garden centre in Ludgershall.

New plan for eco-village

3:21pm Tuesday 15th July 2014

DEVELOPERS have resubmitted plans for a 60-house eco-village in Salisbury.

Be vigilant during fire strike

9:11am Tuesday 15th July 2014

WILTSHIRE Fire & Rescue Service are warning people to be extra vigilant when it comes to fire safety as the Fire Brigades’ Union plans a series of strikes.

Book fair could be the last

Salisbury Journal:

11:06am Thursday 10th July 2014

A BOOK fair is taking place at the United Reformed Church in Salisbury.

Boy, three, dies after falling into swimming pool

10:59am Thursday 10th July 2014

A THREE-YEAR-OLD boy has died after falling into a swimming pool in Upavon.

Family of SUDEP victim, 10, visit Downing Street

Salisbury Journal:

11:23am Wednesday 9th July 2014

THE family of a ten-year-old who died from Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy joined Samantha Cameron at 10 Downing Street to launch a fundraising appeal.

Rifle failed to fire, inquest hears

Salisbury Journal:

1:28pm Tuesday 8th July 2014

THE expedition leader who shot and killed the polar bear that mauled Horatio Chapple has told an inquest into the Bishopstone teenager’s death that he did not know why the rifle failed to fire four times.

Defective equipment on polar expedition where teenager died

Salisbury Journal:

5:11pm Monday 7th July 2014

A TEENAGER was killed by a polar bear on an expedition where vital equipment was missing and a warning system was defective, an inquest heard today.

Ancestor takes a trip to Glastonbury

Salisbury Journal:

1:58pm Monday 7th July 2014

AMESBURY’S Ancestor sculpture is back at home after taking some time out to visit Glastonbury Festival.

Council one of the best in tackling homophobic bullying

8:00am Saturday 5th July 2014

WILTSHIRE Council is one of the top three authorities in the country when it comes to tackling homophobic bullying in schools, according to the latest figures.

Deer cull proposed

11:13am Friday 4th July 2014

CULLING deer which are causing distress to grieving families at Salisbury’s cemetery and crematorium could be the only answer to the problem, Salisbury City Council heard on Monday night.

Find out more about The Enterprise Network with tour of facilities

Salisbury Journal:

11:13am Thursday 3rd July 2014

BUSINESSES are being invited to look around the new facilities at Castledown Enterprise Centre and meet the new manager.

Guildhall roof work delayed

9:04am Wednesday 2nd July 2014

REPAIRS to Salisbury Guildhall’s roof could be delayed by at least a year as the city council pursues funding.

Multi-cultural event in Salisbury

1:14pm Tuesday 1st July 2014

MORE than 1,000 people went along to a multicultural event held in Salisbury on Saturday.

Students make first film

1:03pm Tuesday 1st July 2014

COLLEGE students have hosted the premiere of their first feature film.

Inspector to consider youth hostel plan

3:07pm Monday 30th June 2014

A PLANNING inspector will consider whether or not developers are allowed to turn Salisbury’s youth hostel into retirement homes.

Children in Swaziland kitted out thanks to WI

Salisbury Journal: Children in Swaziland kitted out thanks to WI

10:40am Wednesday 25th June 2014

HUNDREDS of children in Swaziland will have new clothes thanks to the efforts of Shrewton and District WI.

Salisbury cadet to represent UK

Salisbury Journal: Salisbury cadet to represent UK

9:20am Wednesday 25th June 2014

A SALISBURY air cadet has been chosen out of 40,000 air cadets to represent the UK at an international exchange in Canada.

Inspection for air cadets

2:04pm Tuesday 24th June 2014

AIR cadets in Salisbury had their annual formal inspection last week.

Book week at Netheravon Primary

Salisbury Journal: Book week at Netheravon Primary

1:57pm Tuesday 24th June 2014

PIRATES, knights, Little Red Riding Hood and Mr Men were among the characters enjoying Book Week at Netheravon All Saints Primary School on Monday.

Walk for nature lovers

10:39am Tuesday 24th June 2014

NATURE lovers can discover the beautiful butterflies in Garston Wood on a Summer Nature Discovery Day next month.

Developers appeal against youth hostel decision

9:50am Tuesday 24th June 2014

SALISBURY could still lose its youth hostel, as the developers appeal against the decision to refuse planning permission.

Labour party campaign gets under way

Salisbury Journal: Labour party campaign gets under way

4:31pm Monday 23rd June 2014

SALISBURY’S Labour party got its election campaign under way with a launch event at the Red Lion Hotel in Salisbury on Friday.

Fashion show for Lucy's Days Out

Salisbury Journal: Fashion show for Lucy's Days Out

4:29pm Monday 23rd June 2014

FASHION fans have helped to raise £2,700 for Lucy’s Days Out.

Woman charged following robbery

3:59pm Monday 23rd June 2014

A WOMAN from Wilton has been charged with attempted robbery following an incident in Wilton.

Man injured in nightclub fight

12:01pm Monday 23rd June 2014

A 19-YEAR-OLD man was left with a serious wound to his neck following a fight in a Salisbury nightclub.

Inspection for Air Cadets

11:00am Monday 23rd June 2014

AIR cadets in Salisbury had their annual formal inspection last week.


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