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Syrian refugees mark first anniversary in county as more are welcomed

John Thomson with Syrian refugees at the welcome event

A NEW group of Syrian refugee families are now settling into life in Wiltshire having been welcomed by their compatriots who are marking their own first year anniversary here this December.

11:18am Thursday 1 December 2016

Restaurant noise and 'revolting' rubbish smell 'breach human rights', neighbours claim

OAPs’ plea over restaurant noise

PENSIONERS say the noise and smell from a restaurant are breaching their human rights.

3:45pm Thursday 1 December 2016

Village votes to accept neighbourhood plan in referendum

Village votes to accept neighbourhood plan in referendum

DOWNTON residents voting overwhelmingly in favour of accepting their Neighbourhood Plan in a referendum held in the village on Thursday.

10:31am Monday 28 November 2016

Airfield to restart night-flying for first time in 30 years

Old Sarum Airfield

OLD Sarum Airfield is to restart night flying for the first time in 30 years.

3:36pm Tuesday 29 November 2016

Parish referendum is great for the communities

The referendum at the memorial hall, Downton

PLANNING and housing issues seem to be in the news a great deal lately (letters to the Postbag, a proposed super surgery on a greenfield site in Harnham and “Salisbury Ghost town fear”) so I was very pleased to read that Downton have a…

10:08am Thursday 1 December 2016

John Glen: We'll tackle bosses pay

MP John Glen....Picture by Tom Gregory..12/12/2014..DC6066P3.

FOLLOWING last week’s Autumn statement I spent time on Friday with some local business leaders in Salisbury to discuss the measures the government has brought forward and the opportunities before us in the city.

9:51am Thursday 1 December 2016

Parents given one week to find alternative childcare as hospital nursery slashes hours

Salisbury District Hospital. DC6393P1..Picture by Tom Gregory.

TWELVE families have lost their child's place at Salisbury Hospital's nursery with a week's notice due to staffing problems.

10:58am Wednesday 30 November 2016

Cabbies angry as council shuts taxi rank with no warning

Cabbies angry as council shuts taxi rank with no warning

TAXI drivers are up in arms after a busy city rank was closed until Christmas with no warning yesterday.

1:27pm Friday 25 November 2016

Taxi firm Uber sets sights on Wiltshire

A smartphone running the Uber app as taxis line up on Fleet Street during a protest by the United Cabbies Group last year. Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

INTERNATIONAL taxi firm Uber is preparing to move into Wiltshire. The company, which allows customers to hail a nearby ride using an app on their smartphone, has held talks with Wiltshire Council about getting a licence to operate in the county.

9:32am Thursday 17 November 2016

£1million pledged to Wiltshire Air Ambulance in Autumn Statement

A 3D image of Wiltshire Air Ambulance's proposed new airbase on land at Outmarsh Farm, Semington

WILTSHIRE Air Ambulance has been awarded £1 million towards its new airbase as part of the Autumn Statement.

2:24pm Wednesday 23 November 2016
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