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Letters to the editor, July 28

Letters to the editor, July 28

We are sick at the list of bad health care decisions 

11:58am Thursday 28 July 2016

CCTV 'vital' in jailing rapists and murderers, says top judge, as city's cameras stay switched off

Judge Keith Cutler

SALISBURY’S top judge says CCTV has been “vitally important” in jailing rapists and murderers, as pressure mounts on the city council to start meaningful talks to get a working camera system back in place.

5:49pm Thursday 28 July 2016

Annie Riddle: Stop that pigeon? Well, they can try!

Avian Armageddon: Dastardly and Muttley on their fruitless mission to bring down Yankee Doodle, the heroic carrier pigeon. Pictorial Press Ltd/Alamy Stock Photo

OH dear, oh dear, oh dear.

11:42am Thursday 28 July 2016

Ecology lure to councillors over McDonald's drive-through plans

Ecology lure to councillors over McDonald's drive-through plans

A CHUNK of land belonging to Salisbury City Council will benefit from ecological works worth thousands of pounds - if planning permission is granted for a McDonald’s drive-through and a hotel in Southampton Road.

1:24pm Wednesday 27 July 2016

Business leaders demand decision on new CCTV system by end of August

No CCTV is 'unacceptable' - business leaders demand decision on new system by end of August

BUSINESS leaders have urged the city council to decide the future of Salisbury's promised new CCTV as soon as possible after Wiltshire Council switched off the cameras last month.

3:28pm Monday 25 July 2016

Icecream parlour plans for site next to cinema

13 New Canal is next door to the Odeon cinema

SPRINKLES Gelato is planning to open an icecream parlour in Salisbury next to the Odeon cinema.

2:05pm Monday 25 July 2016

New contact centre to support families

Claire Carter..Chances give Choices, Alderbury. DC7780P11..Picture by Tom Gregory.

A NEW centre has opened its doors to provide contact support services for families affected by divorce and separation across Wiltshire.

3:46pm Tuesday 26 July 2016

Number of Wiltshire Council staff on zero-hours contracts up by a third

County Hall in Trowbridge

THE number of staff employed by Wiltshire Council on zero-hours contracts has risen by more than 100 in the last two years.

11:03am Saturday 16 July 2016

CCTV switched off as council sells control room to developers

CCTV shut down - new cameras deal at risk

SALISBURY’S CCTV has been switched off for the past month and may never come back on, with plans for a new system now hanging in the balance.

9:45am Thursday 14 July 2016

Boundary review was 'omni-shambles' says council leader

Salisbury City Council leader Andrew Roberts

SALISBURY and Laverstock’s boundary could be reviewed again in just two years, according to the leader of Salisbury City Council.

10:12am Thursday 21 July 2016
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