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Wiltshire Council has amended its plans to pedestrianise Salisbury city centre, following public concerns and business feedback.

We have compiled a list of the restaurants taking part in the Eat Out to Help Out scheme.

A village pub near Salisbury, which shut its doors earlier this year after former owners blamed travel site, will soon reopen under new ownership and management.

Councillors have unanimously agreed to back Wiltshire Air Ambulance in its efforts to recover costs from the government, relating to its response to the Novichok poisonings in 2018.

In pictures: Camera Club winners for July announced

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Plans to build 240 homes to the north of Fordingbridge have received more than 100 objections.

Ringwood's Men’s Shed is looking to get back on track after meetings were put on hold due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

A disqualified driver led police on a late-night 26-mile pursuit as he reached speeds of up to 130mph – just days into the coronavirus lockdown.

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Firefighters were called to five incidents in just one day last week, including saving a toddler trapped in a car.

The decision to give £9,000 to Gillingham’s RiversMeet has been deferred by councillors, with members fearing that without this financial support the leisure centre “is going to die”.

An former Okeford Fitzpaine villager is outraged at the proposed reordering of the village church.

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