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£1,000 donated anonymously to young Harnham girl battling cancer

The whole community has been rallying around 8 year old Amelia Russell Green who has rare form of bone cancer.

Drink & Drug Driving campaign launches in Wiltshire & Hampshire

Those prepared to risk drinking and driving will be caught say Police across Wiltshire and Hampshire as the two forces launch their seasonal crackdown.

Wallet thief targets Salisbury pizza restaurant

CCTV released after bank cards stolen from Pizza Hut used are used in other city centre shops.

Pheasants nicked in Wilton raid

The birds were stolen during a burglary in some private woodland.

Christmas Tree Festival has record number of visitors

The number of donations is set to rise to going to three local charities.

Michelle Thomson MP has contacted police following her rape revelation

Michelle Thomson MP has made contact with police a day after revealing she was raped at the age of 14.

Prince Andrew denies split with Prince Charles

Prince Andrew has denied reports of a rift with his brother over his daughters' role as members of the Royal family.

Seven arrested after Mad Max-style biker scenes in Leeds

Seven people have been arrested after a gang of bikers took part in a Halloween "ride out" in scenes compared to the Mad Max film.

Drone flown 20m from jet 11,000ft over London

A drone was flown as close as 20m from a passenger jet at 11,000ft above London - in one of the most serious near-misses this year.

Drug dealer who posted cash with selfies jailed

A drug dealer who posted selfie pictures online with wads of cash has been jailed for six years.

Salisbury's Chapel hosts Funk and Soul club

TV star turned DJ Craig Charles visits the city to perform a set at the Chapel nightclub.

1D star Louis Tomlinson's mother dies aged 43

The mother of One Direction star Louis Tomlinson has died aged 43 after battling leukaemia.

Kirk Douglas turns 100 after seven decades of film

Kirk Douglas, the veteran actor behind Paths Of Glory, Lust for Life and Spartacus turns 100 years old on Friday.

Controversial director Paul Verhoeven to head Berlin Film Festival jury

Controversial director Paul Verhoeven has been named as president of the jury at this year's Berlin International Film Festival.

Justin Bieber to headline Hyde Park's BST festival

Justin Bieber has been announced as the fourth headline act for next year's British Summer Time festival in London's Hyde Park.

Salisbury FC favourite makes shock decision to leave

Steve Walker will play one more game for the Whites before moving on.

Badminton and wheelchair rugby among sports to lose Olympic funding

Archery, badminton, fencing, weightlifting and wheelchair rugby will not get funding in the run up to the Tokyo Olympics.

Russian Olympic team 'corrupted London 2012 on unprecedented scale'

The Russian Olympic team corrupted the London 2012 Games on an "unprecedented scale", an independent investigation has found.

Russian doping cover-up 'helped 1,000 athletes cheat'

More than 1,000 Russian athletes in 30 summer and winter Olympic and Paralympic sports benefited from a systematic doping cover-up, including many medalists from London 2012.

Airline boss questioned over Chapecoense crash in Colombia

The head of the airline whose plane crashed in Colombia, killing 19 members of the Brazilian football team Chapecoense, has been detained by prosecutors for questioning.

Zoo probes mysterious drownings of seven penguins

A Canadian zoo has opened an investigation into the “devastating” drowning of seven of its penguins.

Terror suspect with loaded Kalashnikov arrested in Rotterdam

A terror suspect with a loaded Kalashnikov assault rifle has been arrested in the Dutch city of Rotterdam.

Hundreds of men from rebel-held areas of Aleppo 'disappear'

Hundreds of men are reportedly missing in the Syrian city of Aleppo after government forces retook rebel areas.

World's oldest bank Monte dei Paschi in share price plunge

Monte dei Paschi di Siena's shares have plunged in Milan amid renewed fears for its future - sparking a wider sell-off in the country's troubled banking sector.

Banana firm Fyffes ripe for £633m Japanese takeover

Fyffes, the Irish-based fruit and vegetable distributor, says it is unanimously recommending a takeover offer for the business from a larger Japanese rival.

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