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All four Cathedral peregrines have fledged!

The chicks have safely taken flight from their nest at the base of the spire.

Salisbury school with serious weaknesses is improving says Ofsted

The education watchdog has published a report on a further inspection made last month

Last leg of Haggis to Pasty ride

Cycle team in the home-straight as they raise money for Salisbury Hospice.

Magna Carta barons go on public display at Cathedral

Remember last month's Magna Carta Pageant in Salisbury? Now get even closer to the larger-than-life puppets representing the Magna Carta barons.

UK Set To Sizzle Again But Not Before Storms

Forecasters say Britain is set for more hot weather later this week, but until then the weather is likely to be a tale of two halves - of the country a least.

Five 'Supermassive' Black Holes Discovered

Five monster black holes that were previously hidden by clouds of dust and gas have been uncovered by a British-led team of astronomers, suggesting millions more could be similarly undetected.

Workers' Fears Of Taking Brunt Of Welfare Cuts

There are growing concerns that welfare cuts totalling £12bn could hit people on low wages especially hard, as the summer Budget is revealed this week.

Questions Over 7/7 Bomber's Trip To Israel

The inquests into the 2005 London bombings, presented at the time as the conclusive and final judgement on the attacks, did not examine a potentially crucial part of the lead bomber's back-story, a Sky News investigation has found.

'Selfless' Grandad Died Trying To Save Swimmers

Tributes have been paid to a "selfless and brave" grandfather who died after trying to rescue two teenage girls who got into difficulty swimming in Cardigan Bay, off the Welsh coast.

Glastonbury Triumph Sends Richie To Number One

Lionel Richie says he's got Glastonbury to thank for bagging his first number one album in the charts in more than two decades.

Emile Hirsch's 'Insanely Painful Assault'

A woman who was allegedly assaulted by actor Emile Hirsch at the Sundance Film Festival described the incident as being "insanely painful and absolutely terrifying", according to public records.

Peaches Geldof: Police Heroin Inquiry Ends

Police have ended their hunt for the drug dealer who supplied Peaches Geldof with the heroin that killed her.

Michael Douglas' Mother Diana Dies Aged 92

Diana Douglas, the first wife of Kirk Douglas and mother of Michael Douglas, has died after a battle with cancer at the age of 92.

Billy Joel Gets Hitched In Surprise Ceremony

Billy Joel has married his girlfriend Alexis Roderick in a surprise ceremony at the singer's Long Island estate.

Lewis Says He Made Best Call Of His Career

Lewis Hamilton has described his inspired decision to pit for intermediates with 10 laps remaining of the British GP as the best tyre call of his career.

US Crush Japan To Win Women's World Cup

The United States have won the Women's World Cup, beating Japan 5-2 in the final in Vancouver.

Hamilton Beats Rosberg To Win British Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton won the British GP for the third time on Sunday – eventually – after having to overcome a fast start from both Williams drivers as well as rain showers which struck Silverstone.

Skipper Houghton So Proud Of Lionesses

Steph Houghton says England's Women's World Cup campaign in Canada has been an emotional rollercoaster.

Gerrard Introduced To LA Galaxy Crowd

Steven Gerrard was introduced to the Los Angeles Galaxy crowd on Saturday as he watched his new side beat Toronto FC 4-0 on Independence Day.

Greece Referendum No Vote: What Does It Mean?

Greek voters have overwhelmingly refused a deal of billions of euros in exchange for more cuts and austerity measures - but what does it all mean?

Stock Market Jitters After Greece 'No' Vote

Asian stock markets are down amid fears about Greece's possible exit from the eurozone.

Greece Vote: Euro Leaders To Hold Crisis Talks

The leaders of France and Germany will hold emergency talks later after Greek voters decisively and "bravely" rejected a tough new bailout deal.

Five 'Supermassive' Black Holes Discovered

Five monster black holes that were previously hidden by clouds of dust and gas have been uncovered by a British-led team of astronomers, suggesting millions more could be similarly undetected.

Questions Over 7/7 Bomber's Trip To Israel

The inquests into the 2005 London bombings, presented at the time as the conclusive and final judgement on the attacks, did not examine a potentially crucial part of the lead bomber's back-story, a Sky News investigation has found.

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