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An application to build 135 homes on Church Road in Laverstock has been described as “cynical and morally corrupt”, as opposition to the plans grows.

A retired barber who loved his job, his customers and most of all, his family, has passed away after testing positive for Covid-19.

A shielding Wiltshire gran loses four relatives to Covid-19.

A six-year-old has raised more than £14,500 by hiking 45 miles for the children’s hospices that care for his seriously ill baby brother.

In pictures: Stonehenge secrets revealed.

And more.

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Fordingbridge and Ringwood could be powerless to prevent hundreds of new homes being built, according to a New Forest councillor.

An elderly man has been scammed out of thousands of pounds after being contacted by a fraudster posing as a detective.

Upcoming work to improve two roads in Fordingbridge may not be enough to address safety issues for pedestrians, councillors fear.

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It has been unused and empty since 2017, but a former supermarket in Shaftesbury is no longer on the market.

A community centre turned vaccination hub needs the support of the public to survive the Covid-19 pandemic.

A Dorset care home resident was surprised to receive more than 300 goodwill messages on her 100th birthday.

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