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Salisbury Journal
  1. HEATED exchanges over the lack of police on our streets have taken place between Police Crime Commissioner Angus Macpherson and a Wiltshire councillor keen to take over the role.
  2. A REDUCED railway service will be operating through Salisbury next week as part of ongoing strike action.
  3. SALISBURY Reds has invested an extra £750,000 to bolster its fleet with five new buses.
  4. THE Fordingbridge Events Group is looking ahead to next month’s Fordingbridge Festival and has revealed just some of the entertainment that will be on offer.
  5. BECKY called in for coffee on Sunday. ‘Can’t stay,’ she said. ‘It’s the village fete. They always have a fabulous bric a brac stall – I’ve picked up some real bargains.’
  6. TROOPS from across Salisbury Plain took part in D Day Remembrance celebrations in Normandy following in the footsteps of their forebears who landed there in 1944.
  7. THE founder of a Hyde-based charity set up to help people living in the poorest and remote areas of India has been recognised for his work.
  8. FOUR people have been found unconscious inside a house in Downton.
  9. A DECIMAL point in the wrong place led to a baby boy being given a massive overdose of a paralysing drug at Salisbury District Hospital.
  10. HUNDREDS of school places have been created as Wiltshire prepares to welcome its newest residents this summer.


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