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5:28pm Wednesday 22nd May 2013
AFTER the Journal exposed the restriction of residents’ parking permits by the southern area planning committee as a condition when approving planning permission in Zone D as a meaningless gesture which was unenforceable, a Wiltshire Council spokesman said: “The council always tries to respond to local views, and in the light of recent concerns about limited availability of on street parking in some parts of Salisbury, the issue of parking permits will be reviewed.
5:26pm Wednesday 22nd May 2013
HAVING recently had the misfortune to run over a dislodged manhole cover along Churchill Way, I applied to the council for compensation as I required a new wheel and tyre due to the incident and I believed they should be held responsible for the condition of their roads.
5:25pm Wednesday 22nd May 2013
YOUR blogger Chris Wain quotes the French adage “the more it changes, the more it is the same” (Bloggers, May 16). This is certainly true in his case – he uses the new-style Journal to re-cycle his tired views on a north/south divide in Wiltshire.
5:20pm Wednesday 22nd May 2013
MARY Douglas, Conservative county councillor for Salisbury St Francis and Stratford appeared on BBC breakfast TV on Monday to object to the gay marriage bill being “too far away from Conservative values”.
5:18pm Wednesday 22nd May 2013
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5:16pm Wednesday 22nd May 2013
I DON’T understand cllr McKeown’s assertion (Postbag, May 16) that her election pledge to voters in St Edmund and Milford to obtain more dignified care at home for the elderly will not require more money.
5:13pm Wednesday 22nd May 2013
5:09pm Wednesday 22nd May 2013
10:08am Thursday 16th May 2013
I WAS disappointed to read the mistaken belief that dignity in care must by invariably cost money (Journal, May 9), particularly as the nation is still reeling from the report by Sir Robert Francis QC into the disastrous care at Mid-Staffordshire Hospital.