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A round-up of this weeks letters...

A round-up of this weeks letters...

Clean up city

10:57am Thursday 23 March 2017

Field: MPs enjoy jobs for the boys while we struggle

George Osborne MP

MY older brother left school at 16 with one O-level. He joined a local pharmaceutical company as a laboratory technician and worked there for over 40 years.

10:31am Thursday 23 March 2017

City primary school set to double in size with £2.6m expansion

City primary school set to double in size with £2.6m expansion

A CITY primary school will soon double in size in a major £2.6m expansion project.

1:30pm Friday 17 March 2017

Police dismiss claims they are set to axe Heath sex-abuse probe

Police dismiss claims they are set to axe Heath sex-abuse probe

POLICE have dismissed claims that they are about to end an investigation into claims Sir Edward Heath sexually abused children.

2:55pm Monday 20 March 2017

Boost for Maltings revamp as council agrees to forge ahead with plans

Boost for Maltings revamp as council agrees to forge ahead with plans

MAJOR regeneration plans for the centre of Salisbury will go on display later this year, Wiltshire council has confirmed.

12:19pm Thursday 16 March 2017

Council 'throwing money away' on quick-fix pothole repairs

Council 'wasting cash' on quick-fix pothole repairs

WILTSHIRE Council has “failed dismally” on pothole repairs and is “throwing money away” on temporary fixes, according to a councillor.

11:59am Thursday 16 March 2017

Council tax rise of 5 per cent confirmed

Council tax rise of 5 per cent confirmed

WILTSHIRE Council has approved a five per cent hike in council tax as it faces further cuts in government funding.

2:37pm Friday 24 February 2017

Council leader quizzed on potholes and buses live on air

Council leader quizzed on potholes and buses live on air

WILTSHIRE Council leader Jane Scott appeared on BBC Radio Wiltshire on yesterday to answer listeners' questions.

9:38am Friday 3 March 2017

Council scuppers English Heritage 'pay to park' plan at historic castle

Old Wardour Castle

CONTROVERSIAL plans by English Heritage to charge visitors at Old Wardour Castle for using the surrounding parkland have hit a stumbling block with councillors refusing to grant permission for a parking meter.

1:24pm Monday 27 February 2017

Bus cuts to kick in this month

Bus cuts to kick in this month

CUTS to bus services in Wiltshire are set to kick in this month.

2:00pm Thursday 16 March 2017
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