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Large parts of Salisbury city centre could be pedestrianised under new plans tabled by civic chiefs.

As shops in Salisbury prepare to reopen, residents are being reminded of a message that is more important than ever before: “use us or lose us”.

Wiltshire MPs have given a mixed reaction to allegations that the Prime Minister’s top advisor broke lockdown restrictions.

A former police inspector who was part of the pioneering crew that helped pave the way for the development of Wiltshire Air Ambulance has shared his memories.

In pictures: Camera Club winners for May announced

And more.

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Vandals have been targeting scarecrows made especially for a village competition.

Emergency services dealt with a fire in the open near Fordingbridge.

Concerns were raised over “diminishing” the capacity of Fordingbridge Town Hall, as plans are being formed to move information centre staff into the building.

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A Shaftesbury area “full of history” has fallen victim to an alleged heritage crime, described as “illegal” and “a reckless act” by town councillors.

A private chef has joined forces with a support group to provide food bundles to the community.

An A30 'Banksy' has been giving road signs makeovers.

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