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Prince Harry to visit Tedworth House

The Royal will see a new service launched by Help for Heroes to help former and current service personnel battling mental health issues.

Tributes to Tidworth man killed in crash

22 year old Chris Guilford 'always had so much love to give' - police still looking for witnesses to come forward.

Got any jam-busting ideas for Salisbury's Southampton Rd?

If you had a magic wand, how would you fix those awful traffic jams on the A36 in and out of the city?

No 'Fisherton Festival' in Salisbury for 2017

Decision comes just months after leadership of the huge event passed to local businessman Hugh Blackbourn.

Three local redevelopments REJECTED for South Wiltshire

Wiltshire Councillors blame access and poor design for turning down a number of planning applications in one meeting.

Theresa May to face tough questions from MPs on Brexit

The Prime Minister will face tough questions from MPs after confirming Britain will quit the single market.

Explorer Worsley's ashes to be buried by his hero Shackleton

The widow of explorer Henry Worsley plans to take his ashes back to the edge of Antarctica so he can be buried beside his hero Ernest Shackleton.

Foreign Office defends Tunisia travel advice at Sousse attack inquest

The Foreign Office has defended its advice to tourists in Tunisia after being criticised for not warning British travellers of the terror risk before a gunman opened fire on a beach in Sousse.

Hundreds of UK tourists set to be flown out of The Gambia

Nearly 1,000 UK holidaymakers are set to be flown home from The Gambia due to growing political unrest.

Sturgeon: May's Brexit plan makes Scottish Indyref2 'more likely'

Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says Theresa May's comments on Brexit make a second Scottish independence referendum "more likely".

Jamiroquai tease comeback with sample of first album in seven years

Jamiroquai have announced their comeback "to a planet near you", teasing fans with the release of their first new music in seven years.

Loving director Jeff Nichols 'desperate for equality'

The director of new film Loving, about an interracial couple, has told Sky News we are "in desperate need of a clearer definition of equality".

Actor criticised for 'whitesplaining' Martin Luther king to civil rights leader

Actor Rob Schneider has come under fire on social media after trying to explain Martin Luther King's legacy to a civil rights leader.

Lindsay Lohan fuels speculation she has converted to Islam

Lindsay Lohan has deleted all her posts and photos from Instagram and replaced them with an Arabic message, fuelling speculation she has converted to Islam.

Sky's The Young Pope wins over hearts at US premiere

Sky Atlantic's The Young Pope has premiered in the US to rave reviews, with critics calling it "wickedly funny and insightful".

One football match OFF and one goes ahead tonight

Salisbury FC's game has been postponed again but Bemerton Heath Harlequins have a league game to play.

Andy Murray makes winning start at Australian Open

World number one Andy Murray kicked off his Australian Open campaign with a hard-fought straight-sets victory against Illya Marchenko on Monday.

Diego Costa dropped by Chelsea after £30m a year offer from China

Diego Costa has been dropped from Chelsea's squad to face Leicester City after a row with a club fitness coach, according to Sky sources.

Salisbury football and rugby sides get another win

It's two victories in a row for the green and whites while Salisbury FC could face an FA fine after fans went onto the pitch.

Crunch weekend for both Salisbury FC and RFC

The Whites continue to be without a string of key players, and the city's rugby club have a potentially season defining clash.

Nigerian airstrike kills dozens in refugee camp

A Nigerian airstrike meant for Boko Haram militants has killed at least 52 people and injured dozens more in a refugee camp.

Foreign Office defends Tunisia travel advice at Sousse attack inquest

The Foreign Office has defended its advice to tourists in Tunisia after being criticised for not warning British travellers of the terror risk before a gunman opened fire on a beach in Sousse.

Colo, oldest gorilla in captivity, dies after 60 years in Columbus Zoo

A gorilla who spent her whole life in a zoo has died in her sleep less than a month after her 60th birthday.

Hundreds of UK tourists set to be flown out of The Gambia

Nearly 1,000 UK holidaymakers are set to be flown home from The Gambia due to growing political unrest.

Migrants fear deportation as Donald Trump prepares to take office

Millions of undocumented migrants face deportation from the US if Donald Trump sticks to his hard-line campaign promise on immigration.

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