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  1. Plans on track for Wilton station which could be built next to hotel and 250 new homesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Salisbury Journal

    PLANS for a new train station in Wilton are on track, with those leading the project saying it is likely to be part of a wider development involving around 200 to 250 homes and a hotel. Work on Wilton Parkway, which began in 2015, is making "significant progress", according to Paul Johnson, the chairman of the community transport partnership group TransWilts.

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  2. 800m star Jaymee Domoney shaves three seconds off previous best in LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | Salisbury Journal

    Wiltshire Schools Cross Country Championships held at Sheldon School, Chippenham. Pic: L-R Freddie Webb , Jaymee Domoney and Elliot Lassiter of Senior Boys.

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  3. Bus window smashed as fight breaks outRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | Salisbury Journal

    A BUS window was smashed after a fight broke out on a bus travelling on Odstock Road towards Salisbury District Hospital. The incident happened at 11.20pm on Wednesday, February 15 when two men and a woman were on the R5 Wilts and Dorset bus.

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  4. Ten-time champion bounces back after teenager's drubbingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Salisbury Journal

    BEING thrashed by a teenager in a challenge match the previous day concentrated the mind of the Cuestars South Wilts Snooker League leader. It spurred John Hunter to beat title rival Neil Herd 4-1 and record the highest break of the season at Salisbury Snooker Club.

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  5. Predictions of rush for Old Sarum airfield are just 'scaremongering'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | Salisbury Journal

    MR Hudson is scaremongering about the amount of flights that will occur at Old Sarum airfield. General aviation in the UK is very limited and even the most popular airfields, like Compton Abbas near Shaftesbury, have nowhere near the annual number of movements he has forecast at 125,000.

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  6. English Pub Patrons Buy Nelson Foyle A Lordship TitleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | National Public Radio

    In Salisbury, England, Nelson Foyle, 93, has been drinking in the same pub - the Dog and Gun - for the past 80 years.

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  7. GW Pharmaceuticals: Could A Blockbuster Cannabis Drug Be On The Way?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | Seeking Alpha

    Blockbuster drugs are like rocket fuel for pharma stocks. When a hot new drug reaches blockbuster status with $1 billion in annual sales, two good things usually follow: Record revenue and record share prices.

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  8. Drugs killed man whose decomposed body was found in Salisbury flatRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | Salisbury Journal

    Ivan Russell's body was discovered after police broke into his home in Kivel Court, on July 18 last year. Mr Russell who lived alone had not been seen for several days and a neighbour had reported a smell coming from the property.

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  9. Which of Salisbury's potholed streets are set for repairs this year?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | Salisbury Journal

    Wiltshire Council 's priorities for resurfacing work in the city include a 1km stretch of the A338 Downton Road at Britford, and a 400m section of Brunel Road on Churchfields industrial estate. Minor repairs are planned for the A30 London Road in Winterslow, Cherry Close in Salisbury, Wain-A-Long Road in Salisbury and the A338 New Bridge Road to Harnham Gyratory.

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  10. By Tom BromleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | Salisbury Journal

    HISTORY, as local resident Gordon Sumner once sang, will teach us nothing. The song was on Sting's 1987 solo album a Nothing Like The Sun, released at a time when people were becoming surprisingly blasA about the past.

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  11. City taxi driver remembered for his 'heart of gold'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 7 | Salisbury Journal

    TRIBUTES have been paid to a former Salisbury taxi driver who has been described as a "real gentleman with a heart of gold". Harold Griggs died on January 24 at Southampton General Hospital with his family by his side after suffering a chest infection and battling cancer.

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  12. Man stabbed partner in leg with potato peeling knifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 3 | Salisbury Journal

    Ricky Hardiman, 23, pleaded guilty at Salisbury Magistrates Court on Friday to battery, criminal damage, and assault causing actual bodily harm. On the night of December 09, he been peeling the vegetables in Tina Butler's kitchen when they began to argue.

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  13. SNOOKER: Title race hots up ahead of top-two showdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 3 | Salisbury Journal

    JOHN Hunter and Neil Herd are locked together at the top of the Cuestars South Wilts Snooker League ahead of next week's potential title showdown. Ten-time champion Hunter will be looking to outflank Herd when the pair meet at Salisbury Snooker Club on Thursday.

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  14. in the Dock: 25 cases heard at Salisbury Magistrates Court in JanuaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 3 | Salisbury Journal

    ERIC ALLEN, aged 23, of Bishopdown Road, Salisbury. Fined A 100 with A 85 costs for drunk and disorderly behaviour in Winchester Street, Salisbury.

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  15. John Glen: vital for right A303 decision to be madeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 28 | Salisbury Journal

    THIS week in Parliament, we saw the launch of the new industrial Strategy, which gave me a valuable opportunity to highlight the opportunities that exist at Boscombe Down for the aeronautical industry. We also saw the High Court judgement on Brexit.

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  16. Vital for right A303 decision to be madeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 26 | Salisbury Journal

    THIS week in Parliament, we saw the launch of the new industrial Strategy, which gave me a valuable opportunity to highlight the opportunities that exist at Boscombe Down for the aeronautical industry. We also saw the High Court judgement on Brexit.

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  17. Councillors criticised for not attending meeting involving key decisionsRead the original story

    Jan 23, 2017 | Salisbury Journal

    At a Southern Area Planning Committee meeting earlier this month, Wiltshire councillors singled out their city counterparts for not showing up to put forward their views. Items on the agenda of the meeting on January 12 included extension plans for the White Hart Hotel, a two-restaurant piazza plan in Avon Row and a two-home development in the back garden of a house in Harnham .

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  18. Salisbury school best in Wiltshire, new league tables showRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2017 | Salisbury Journal

    BISHOP Wordsworth's School is the top performing school in the county under a new set of measures published today. For the first time, schools have been rated according to the progress of pupils in eight GCSEs from the end of Key Stage 2 results at primary school to the end of Key Stage 4 when GCSEs are taken.

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  19. Catapult vandals smash 65 windows in past three monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 19, 2017 | Salisbury Journal

    An identical episode occurred on Rawlence Road on Monday, January 02, and on this occasion a ball bearing was found in the car. Salisbury police chief Pete Sparrow said it was likely that the crimes were committed by a group of people, but he didn't think the victims were targeted.

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  20. 130 jobs at risk after councillors reject development plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 13, 2017 | Salisbury Journal

    UP to 130 jobs are at risk at a firm in Wilton after councillors refused planning permission last night for the site to be developed into housing. Speaking after the Southern Area Planning Committee meeting last night, during which five councillors voted against the plans and three in support, Gavin Hall, a director at Savills, acting on behalf of Geoff Naish, said: "The application would have led to the retention of the ability for Naish Felts to look to move to another site locally and protect up to 130 employees, 90 definite employees.

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