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Salisbury Foodbank had its busiest month on record in January, in what it also expects to be its busiest ever year in which “many families will suffer”.

Two Aldi stores were broken into in one night last week – police are investigating.

Coronavirus cases are continuing to decline but caution is needed to avoid undoing the progress made so far.

The eight key issues identified in Salisbury right now.

In pictures: Love is in the air at Dogs Trust Salisbury.

And more.

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The mayor of Fordingbridge has described the police response to break-ins at the town’s recreation ground as “very poor”.

A warning has been issued after two men posed as charity workers in an attempt to gain access to a dog.

Ringwood has been awarded Plastic Free Communities Status by marine conservation charity Surfers Against Sewage.

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A new type of classroom with a technology focus could be the future of education, with a school in Shaftesbury now leading the way forward as a testing site.

Legal action put forward by Shaftesbury councillors could cost ratepayers up to £30,000.

The former St Mary's School site consultation begins - have your say.

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