Salisbury Journal:

Two families that “had their lives turned upside down” by a fire destroying their village homes are still in temporary housing, four months on.

A builder has been given a suspended prison sentence and ordered to pay compensation of £4,076 after being prosecuted over substandard work.

More funding needs to be allocated to the police to improve and strengthen the recruitment process and restore trust in police officers, says Salisbury mayor.

A 37-year-old man who carried out a “frenzied attack” on his parents and his elderly grandmother in their sleep using knives, scissors, a cricket bat and dumbbells has been detained under the Mental Health Act.

The Journal's Hairdresser of the Year 2021 has been revealed and voting opens for Retailer of the Year.

In pictures: Early Early Christmas Fair and Big Bemerton Bash

And lots more!


Salisbury Journal:

Residents in Fordingbridge are being asked to share their thoughts on ideas for the town, including the introduction of 20mph speed limits and the pedestrianisation of Roundhill.

A family-run restaurant in Ringwood that has gone from”strength to strength” is celebrating its 40th anniversary.

Ringwood Town Council has said that a proposal to reopen a Post Office service in the town’s council building will “not be pursued further”.

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