IN today's Journal:


A Russian model claimed it was she and her husband taken ill in Prezzo in Salisbury on Sunday, and that the pair had been poisoned because of her stance on Putin, but police continue to reiterate that they are not treating the incident as suspicious.

City council leader Matthew Dean confirms the Salisbury Information Centre will not be moved during the rest of his administration, after huge public backlash to original proposals.

Record numbers attend the Berwick St John Country Fayre in support of the Stars Appeal.

Former Wiltshire Police chief is told he does have a case to answer for alleged misconduct after damaging his mobile phone with a golf club.

In this week's Forest Journal:


Vandals smash a nurse's car window while she is on duty at the hospital

Town launches search for local hero to switch on Christmas lights

Anger over local plan for East Dorset

Schools join forces to become a federation

In Journal Sport:


The Whites are hoping for an FA cup shock when they travel to Weston-super-Mare on Saturday

Amesbury reaches the top of Wessex League Division One after 4-2 win away at Andover

Salisbury Lions fail to regain the Southern League T20 cup as they lose four wickets to Hook and Newnham