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Not 1, but 2 jack-knifed lorries - A 'hellish' day for commuters in Salisbury

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One lorry on the Harnham gyratory, a second wedged on Netherhampton Road. All day gridlock in the city.

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Not 1, but 2 jack-knifed lorries - A 'hellish' day for commuters in Salisbury

One lorry on the Harnham gyratory, a second wedged on Netherhampton Road. All day gridlock in the city.

Harnham family beat fundraising target by 'Walking for Boycie'

Boyce McKay suffered heart failure when he was just a week old, and his family wanted to sat thanks to the hospitals that helped him.

Wiltshire people want fire merger with Dorset

Plans to join Wiltshire's fire service with Dorset's is overwhelmingly backed by us in a consultation.

Salisbury's Poppy Appeal getting a boost with a party

The Royal British Legion is organising a get-together to raise cash for the Poppy Appeal.

Watching the wipes at Wessex Water

The supplier's opening up their Petersfinger sewage works to show up how much of a problem wipes are causing.

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Harnham family beat fundraising target by 'Walking for Boycie'

Boyce McKay suffered heart failure when he was just a week old, and his family wanted to sat thanks to the hospitals that helped him.

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Prime Minister thanks Porton Down staff for ebola work

David Cameron says scientists at Public Health England are 'brave and courageous'.

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Salisbury charity helps adults with learning disablities to try photography

Alabare has been running its 'Clickers' project for the last year and the work is being displayed for the first time.

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Salisbury curry chef named the nation's best

Tohur Ali from the Shah Jahan has won a nationwide contest in a trade magazine.

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Black cats aren't unlucky, says Tisbury charity

International Cat Care wants to dispel the myths about black moggies, as it takes longer to rehome them.

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Don't keep quiet over parking in Salisbury

Wiltshire Council says all ideas over city's parking charges will be considered but warns it's a tricky balance.



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