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The Stars Appeal has reached its £1.5 million target to buy a new MRI scanner for Salisbury District Hospital.

Chancellor Philip Hammond visited Salisbury following the announcement it would be the first city in England to gain access to a new fibre broadband system.

Hundreds of secondary school students took part in a strike against climate change.

Two swans, who were both lovers and parents, were shot near Queen Elizabeth Gardens.

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A former teacher has been jailed after drowning her three-year-old daughter in a bath.

St George's Church in Damerham is seeking consent to re-roof parts of the building damaged during a £10,000 lead theft.

Owners of lodges at a Matchams holiday park have had their bid to be able to live on the site permanently turned down.

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