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Salisbury home care firm gets 'good' first inspection

There 4 U has been rated as 'good' in every area by the Care Quality Commission, 18 months after setting up.

Salisbury surveyor taking on Tour de France section once again

Philip Holford is riding 500 miles in three days for the second year in a row to raise cash for cancer charities.

'Great' response to Syria aid appeal in Salisbury

Spire FM told you about Peter and Carol Baker's call for help - now the Laverstock couple give an update on the 'Samara's Aid Appeal'.

A man's cut free from van wreckage after an accident near Amesbury

The Mercedes van ended up on it's side on the A345 this morning (Weds 28th Sept) following a crash with a Land Rover Discovery.

Latest Salisbury Cathedral plans go on show - what do you think?

The new, revised Master Plan is up for discussion at Salisbury Guildhall today (Sept 28th) and for the next month online.

Brexit planning may cost £65m a year and need 520 more staff

The potential cost of negotiating Britain's departure from the European Union has been estimated at £65m a year, a report says.

BHS is back: New owners sell online only after chain's collapse

A new chapter in the tumultuous life of BHS begins today as relaunches under new owners.

Barnsley coach Tommy Wright suspended over transfer bung claims

Barnsley have suspended assistant head coach Tommy Wright following claims he took a £5,000 bung to help place players at his club.

Child sex abuse inquiry lawyer Ben Emmerson suspended

The most senior lawyer on the national probe into child sexual abuse has been suspended from duty.

'Everybody's cutting Footloose' at Salisbury Playhouse this week

Star Maureen Nolan has been speaking to Spire FM as the production, based on the 1980s movie, visits this week.

Disney reveals plans for live action remake of The Lion King

Animated classic The Lion King is to be remade as a live action film, Disney has announced.

Amy Schumer and Justin Bieber 'most dangerous celebrities online'

Amy Schumer's latest accolade is no laughing matter, as she has been named as the most dangerous celebrity on the internet.

Adele's '25' goes diamond platinum in the US

Adele's latest album has gone diamond platinum in the US, less than a year after it was released.

Brad Pitt to miss Voyage Of Time premiere due to 'family situation'

Brad Pitt has cancelled an appearance at the LA premiere of his latest film project due to his "family situation".

It's a huge honour, says temp England boss

Gareth Southgate says he is honoured to take temporary charge of England, despite the "difficult circumstances".

Guardiola's winning streak ended by Celtic

Man City pegged Celtic back three times to secure a thrilling 3-3 draw in Champions League Group C at Celtic Park.

Walcott brace means easy win for Arsenal

Theo Walcott's goalscoring streak has continued as Arsenal eased to a 2-0 Champions League win over Basel.

Willett sorry for brother's Ryder rant

Danny Willett has apologised to USA captain Davis Love III for anti-American comments written by his brother before the Ryder Cup.

Wins for all but one of our local football sides

Only Amesbury Town couldn't manage a victory, with the story of the night being Salisbury FC's huge comeback.

Rosetta's final hours before being crashed into comet

Final plans are being made for the crashing of a European spacecraft on to a comet, a sad but necessary end to the £1bn Rosetta mission.

Bill Cosby allegations inspire law change on some sex offences

California has abolished the time limit for charges of rape and child molestation to be filed, in a move inspired by accusations against the entertainer Bill Cosby.

Mentally ill black man shot dead by police in San Diego

A mentally ill black man has been shot dead by police in a San Diego suburb after reportedly being seen walking in and out of traffic.

'Syria and Russia are running out of civilian targets to hit in Aleppo'

The world is wringing its hands in outrage at the blitz being unleashed on Aleppo by Russia and Syria.

US Senate overrides Obama's veto on relatives suing Saudi over 9/11

US President Barack Obama has criticised the US Senate's decision to reject his veto of legislation allowing relative of 9/11 victims to sue the Saudi government.

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