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Salisbury city centre is set to be cut off to all through-traffic from September, as Wiltshire Council looks to introduce ‘People Friendly Streets’.

The health secretary has paid tribute to warm hearted Journal readers who have helped raise more than £500,000 for charity.

The Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar and Grill will be opening near Salisbury at the end of the summer.

Salisbury Cathedral opens fully for public worship from Sunday.

In pictures: Babies born during lockdown

And more.

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Businesses in Fordingbridge have joined together to launch a new campaign calling on the community to help “keep the heart” of the town beating.

Fordingbridge skatepark is moving a step forward to getting the lighting replaced.

Ringwood School was forced to shut to pupils after an unauthorised encampment of travellers set up at the nearby leisure centre.

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A “dangerous, reckless [and] thoughtless” drink driver was taken off the roads last week during the latest spate of speeding incidents in north Dorset.

Two pubs have spoken to the Journal about reopening on Saturday.

Gillingham Town Council has agreed to purchase a new site to be used as a workshop for the town, using a loan of almost £350,000.

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