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Council tax set to rise for three years as new funding deal agreed

Wiltshire Council cabinet member for finance Dick Tonge explains the new four-year funding deal at County Hall in Trowbridge on Tuesday

COUNCIL tax bills are set to rise every year for the next three years after Wiltshire Council voted to accept a new funding deal from the government on Tuesday.

9:24am Thursday 20 October 2016

Three of city's leading arts organisations in talks to join forces

Salisbury Playhouse

THREE of the city's leading arts organisations are ready to join forces in a bid to secure backing for the future. 

12:20pm Tuesday 18 October 2016

Football camp to keep youngsters busy over half-term

Kick it Out campaign

YOUNGSTERS are invited to take part in Kick It Out events during October half-term.

4:53pm Monday 17 October 2016

Letters to the editor, October 20

Letters to the editor, October 20

Hospital needs help

9:41am Thursday 20 October 2016

Funding agreed for coach ambassadors after successful trial

Salisbury Coach Ambassadors Janice McMaster and Stephen Owen

A COACH ambassador scheme in the city is set to continue next year after a successful reintroduction of the programme.

12:39pm Tuesday 18 October 2016

Plans for historic church to be turned into community hub

Old St Mary's Church in Market Place, Wilton

A HISTORIC church in Wilton may be turned into a community hub as part of plans to give it a new lease of life.

4:30pm Monday 17 October 2016

Council's £148k-a-year health boss leaves job after months signed off

Council's £148k-a-year health boss leaves job after months signed off

MYSTERY surrounds the departure of one of Wiltshire Council’s highest-paid employees who left the authority last week after months on leave.

2:58pm Wednesday 5 October 2016

Council bosses support plans to triple number of staff at police station

Bourne Hill Police Station

COUNCIL bosses defended plans to treble the number of staff at Salisbury police station at a public meeting on Wednesday.

3:44pm Wednesday 5 October 2016

King Arthur sues council, police and English Heritage over 'pay to pray' scheme

King Arthur sues council, police and English Heritage over 'pay to pray' scheme

A DRUID who believes he is a reincarnation of King Arthur is to take court action against what he considers an ‘illegal charge’.

1:49pm Tuesday 27 September 2016

Bus cuts plans revealed just five months after council transport chief denied plans to reduce services

Wiltshire cabinet member for transport Philip Whitehead tells the council “we are not making any cuts to the buses” in May this year

WILTSHIRE Council is planning to cut bus services, despite its transport chief denying plans to do so less than five months ago.

10:28am Thursday 6 October 2016
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