Pair sought over stolen hard drives

Salisbury Journal:

7:00pm Tuesday 29th July 2014

COMPUTER hard drives were stolen from Waitrose in Salisbury on July 12.

Grand plans to see Ringwood filled with light this Christmas

4:00pm Tuesday 29th July 2014

RINGWOOD is set to be filled with twinkling lights this Christmas, after the town council pledged £10,000 for an extra special display.

Indecent exposure sparks appeal for information

Salisbury Journal:

3:20pm Tuesday 29th July 2014

POLICE are appealing for information about an incident of indecent exposure in Salisbury on Friday.

Alert over £50 note conman

Salisbury Journal:

3:15pm Tuesday 29th July 2014

POLICE are urging shops in Salisbury to be vigilant after an incident of fraud at New Look.

New plan to support adults with learning disabilities better in Hampshire

1:00pm Tuesday 29th July 2014

A NEW plan for adults with learning disabilities in Hampshire is promising to ensure better support.

Cyclists needed for Horatio's Garden challenge

Salisbury Journal:

8:10am Tuesday 29th July 2014

CYCLISTS are being urged to sign up for a bike ride through the Wiltshire countryside to raise funds for Horatio’s Garden at Salisbury District Hospital.

Lib Dem candidate wants to meet voters

Salisbury Journal:

7:00am Tuesday 29th July 2014

THE Liberal Democrat Parliamentary candidate for Salisbury is getting into the election spirit by offering voters the chance to meet and chat with him in a city pub.

Looking for a home for Fido

Salisbury Journal:

6:30pm Monday 28th July 2014

A DOG found tied up outside the Dogs Trust rehoming centre in Newton Tony is looking for a new home.

Chance to vote on fire merger plans - and possible huge cuts

Salisbury Journal:

6:00pm Monday 28th July 2014

PEOPLE are being asked to vote on plans that could mean huge cuts in Wiltshire’s fire service.

Forest volunteers needed to help older people live independently

4:00pm Monday 28th July 2014

A NEW team of volunteers is being formed to enable older people to live independently for longer in the New Forest.

Appeal for information after fraud: CCTV picture released

Salisbury Journal:

4:38pm Monday 28th July 2014

WILTSHIRE Police would like to speak to this man about a theft at the Salisbury branch of Santander.

Passengers travel free on buses after Hatts collapse

Salisbury Journal:

3:14pm Monday 28th July 2014

SOME bus passengers got free rides on Friday after the collapse of the Hatts Travel group.

Woman dies after lorry hits her broken down car

Salisbury Journal:

11:17am Monday 28th July 2014

A WOMAN has died after her broken down car was hit by an articulated lorry on the A303 at Mere.

Wiltshire shops raise £730,000

11:00am Monday 28th July 2014

BRITISH Heart Foundation (BHF) shops in Wiltshire have raised £730,000 in the past year to help fund life-saving research into heart disease.

Children's hospice gets airline donation

10:20am Monday 28th July 2014

A CHILDREN’S hospice has received a third sizable donation from air giants Ryanair.

Wine interest group meets

10:05am Monday 28th July 2014

A WINE interest group is meeting in Salisbury on August 14 to discuss the wine trade.

Veteran runner George prepares for another challenge

Salisbury Journal:

9:56am Monday 28th July 2014

A GRANDFATHER who has run in about 100 events over the last 25 years is pulling on his trainers again for the Great North Run.

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.

Salisbury to West Moors railway calendar to raise cash for polio mission

Salisbury Journal:

4:00pm Sunday 27th July 2014

A CALENDAR to mark the closure of the railway line between Salisbury and West Moors is now on sale - with £2.50 from each going to eradicate polio.

Thousands raised at ball in memory of Andrea

Salisbury Journal:

4:00pm Saturday 26th July 2014

A BALL held in memory of a popular Fordingbridge girl who died in a zipwire accident raised an amazing £3,236 – with more money still coming in.

Coach park plan moves forward

11:00am Saturday 26th July 2014

PLANS to convert part of Brown Street Car Park into a new short stay coach park are moving forward.

New police powers driving down antisocial behaviour in Verwood

10:00am Saturday 26th July 2014

NEW police powers are being credited with driving down anti-social behaviour in Verwood and Three Legged Cross by nearly a quarter.

Alderholt's Giant leads happy throng to festival and fete

Salisbury Journal:

4:00pm Friday 25th July 2014

THE famed Alderholt Giant was a particularly cool dude this year, sporting sunglasses and toting a saxophone.

1,000 holidaymakers affected by collapse of bus firm

Salisbury Journal:

2:27pm Friday 25th July 2014

A WILTSHIRE bus company has gone into administration, resulting in the loss of 89 jobs and affecting 1,000 holidaymakers.

Record number of visitors for summer show

Salisbury Journal:

10:00am Friday 25th July 2014

AN unprecedented number of visitors poured into Woodgreen Village Hall for the Woodgreen and Hale Horticultural Society annual show.

Calls for review over Close traffic flow trial

9:32am Friday 25th July 2014

EXPERTS have warned that a pilot scheme changing the traffic flow through Salisbury’s Cathedral Close could lead to accidents and congestion and should be postponed.

Thousands have a great summer festival in Fordingbridge

Salisbury Journal:

4:00pm Thursday 24th July 2014

NEARLY 3,000 people are estimated to have descended upon the rec in Fordingbridge for a fabulous sixth summer festival.

Field fire near Shrewton

Salisbury Journal:

5:28pm Thursday 24th July 2014

FIREFIGHTERS were called to a field fire in Rollestone, near Shrewton this afternoon.

Father of two, 49, killed himself after break-up

1:00pm Thursday 24th July 2014

A FATHER of two from Fordingbridge killed himself after he failed to get back together with his ex-fiancée, an inquest heard.

Calls for culling or contraception to reduce pigeon problem

10:30am Thursday 24th July 2014

CONTROLS on Salisbury’s feral pigeon population to limit the damage they cause are being investigated.

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.

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.

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.

New sites for Gypsies and travellers being discussed

9:00am Thursday 24th July 2014

POTENTIAL new sites for Gypsies and travellers in Wiltshire are being discussed behind closed doors by councillors today.

Action on people making off without paying for taxis

Salisbury Journal:

8:30am Thursday 24th July 2014

TAXI drivers and police officers in Amesbury are working together to tackle the number of people making off without paying for their fares.

Warning over e-cig and mobile chargers after explosion at family home

Salisbury Journal:

2:25pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

FIREFIGHTERS are warning of the dangers of electrical chargers after an e-cigarette caused a devastating blaze in Ringwood – within an hour of it being plugged in.

Fun day in Fordingbridge for homeless charity

1:00pm Wednesday 23rd July 2014

A FORDINGBRIDGE pub is hosting a fun day in aid of homeless people next month.

Flying spectacular set for take-off in South Gorley

10:00am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

A FLYING spectacular that has raised more than £200,000 for charity is set for take-off on August 2 and 3.

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.

Olivia! at Newton Tony Primary

Salisbury Journal:

8:00am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

CHILDREN at Newton Tony Primary School have been back to Victorian London this week in their own special version of one of the nation’s favourite musicals.

Skydive for Andrew

Salisbury Journal:

7:00am Wednesday 23rd July 2014

A SIXTEEN-year-old boy fulfilled his lifelong ambition when he completed a skydive for charity.

Manor house once owned by Sir Walter Raleigh up for sale

Salisbury Journal: n In November 1992 Michael White dressed up as Sir Walter Raleigh, the man credited with bringing tobacco back from the New World, in protest against moves by National Express to ban smoking from their coaches

4:20pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

SIR Walter Raleigh's old country home in Downton, which Queen Elizabeth once stayed in, has been put on the market for £1.35 million.

Free bags for dog owners

4:46pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

A PET shop in Salisbury is offering free biodegradable bags to help councils encourage more dog owners to pick up their pets’ mess.

Man released without charge after suspected Paulton's Park incident

Salisbury Journal: Days Out...Paulton's Park

2:17pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

A 37-YEAR-OLD Poole man arrested on suspicion of assaulting a child at Paulton’s Park has been released from custody.

Meeting over fire service consultation

3:48pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

A CALL for Wiltshire councillors to support the proposed merger of the county’s fire service with Dorset’s will be made on Tuesday.

Fire strikes end but action continues

1:56pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

FIREFIGHTERS have ended their eight-day programme of short strikes over changes to their pensions, but will continue other industrial action.

Children's workshops in Tisbury

1:44pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

ST John’s Church in Tisbury is hosting an activity workshop for children aged five to 11 during the summer holidays.

New chairman for UTC

Salisbury Journal:

1:34pm Tuesday 22nd July 2014

THE deputy chief executive of the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), Dr Pete Thompson, has been chosen to chair the governing body of the new South Wiltshire University Technical College (UTC). T

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.


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