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Warning Hampshire could lose Bobbies on the Beat

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Hampshire Police Federation launch Cuts Have Consequences Campaign after fears force will have lost 1,000 officers by 2017

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Wiltshire parents find out which secondary their children have a place at

95% of children will get into their first choice school - more than did last year.

Taxi driver assaulted, after picking up passengers in Salisbury

Two men got into the car, asking to be taken to Amesbury, before the driver was verbally and physically assaulted.

Salisbury man who shed 9 stone and beat cancer to tackle London Marathon

David Rendall wants to give something back to cancer charity Macmillan

Wounded soldiers aiming to join teams travelling from Arch to Arc

Help for Heroes is hoping to enter four teams in the triathlon challenge from London to Paris, as no disabled team's competed.

Major Salisbury Plain exercise could bring noise and disruption

We're being warned to watch out for tanks and large vehicles on the roads around Ludgershall over the next 10 days.

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New site needed for Woodford Valley phone mast

So many letters of objections have been received against the mast's location, that an alternative's being found.

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Macmillan encourage Salisbury men to speak up about prostate cancer

The charity's brought their information bus to the city centre to give men advice if they have concerns.

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More powers for police to stop drivers under influence of drugs

Regulations come into force today making it easier for police in Wiltshire and Hampshire to catch people driving with drugs in their system.

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Teenage girl assaulted in Salisbury underpass

16 year old targeted as she walked through underpass at St Marks roundabout

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Next Stage of DSTL Porton Down launched

Defence minister Philip Dunne visited today as plans for 650 jobs from DSTL Fort Halsted in Kent will be created here.

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Taxi driver assaulted, after picking up passengers in Salisbury

Two men got into the car, asking to be taken to Amesbury, before the driver was verbally and physically assaulted.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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