Salisbury Journal:

Crimestoppers is offering a reward of up to £5,000 for information on the sexual assault of a woman in Salisbury.

Volunteer sewers in and around Salisbury have been building unique mask trees to provide cloth face coverings to the community.

Police were called in after a woman refused to leave Salisbury District Hospital, a court heard.

In pictures: Salisbury Charter Market returns and a photographer's special project

And more.

In the Forest Journal:

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Part of the A31 near Ringwood was closed for around ten hours on Sunday because of a fire.

An eight-year-old has completed a 10km walk through and around her village - raising £700 for the NHS.

A new mayor has been elected to serve Fordingbridge for the coming year.

And in our newest publication, The Vale Journal:

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Calls have been made for a Shaftesbury councillor to resign, after months of “aggressive” and “bullying” behaviour towards her fellow members.

A Dorset flower grower has seen her business blooming since the coronavirus outbreak took hold, as the pandemic has closed retail shops and halted Dutch flower imports.

As preparations begin to reopen Shaftesbury businesses, proposals have been put forward for the temporary pedestrianisation of the town’s High Street.

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