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The biggest gathering of motorbikes you'll ever see in Salisbury

Thousands of bikers expected to roll in to Salisbury today (Sunday 19th April) for the 14th annual Salisbury MAG annual Spring Bike Show.

Engraved shell to remember Afghan military casualties in Salisbury

A shell casing with the names of all 453 personnel killed in the conflict will be on show.

Salisbury District Hospital staff reveal working conditions

Staff at the Odstock site have said, on the whole, their job makes a difference and they're pleased with patient care.

Help for Heroes bakers show their support

A Bake for Heroes sale's being held in the Old George Mall in Salisbury to satisfy our sweet tooth!

Final regular season game for Salisbury rugby

The green and whites play Frome as a warm-up for their promotion play-off match next weekend.

Fourth Arrest Over Syrian Preacher's Murder

Police investigating the murder of a Syrian-born preacher in London have arrested a fourth person in connection with his death.

Bootle Murders: Suspect Seen On CCTV In London

Police hunting a man over the deaths of his mother and sister have released CCTV images of him at train stations in Liverpool and London.

Body Found In Missing Kayaker Search

A body has been found in the search for a missing kayaker off the coast of Southampton.

Missing Family Of Six May Be On Way To Syria

Police are trying to trace a family of six from Slough in Berkshire who have gone missing and may be making their way to Syria.

Labour Claims 'Secret' Tory Plan To Cut Nurses

Labour has accused the Conservatives of having "secret" plans to slash the number of nurses in the NHS after the election.

Wikileaks: Sony Cut Affleck Ancestor Slave Link

Ben Affleck asked documentary makers not to reveal he had a slave-owning ancestor, according to emails published online by whistleblower site Wikileaks.

May The Air Force Be With You: R2-D2 Jet Takes Off

This might not be the droid you're looking for - but this R2-D2 jet is a good likeness of the pint-sized Star Wars favourite.

Ringo Starr Welcomed Into Rock Hall Of Fame

Ringo Starr has been recognised as one of rock music's "greatest and most creative drummers" as he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Star Wars: Force Awakens In New Trailer

The second trailer for Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens has been released to a packed audience in California.

Clarkson's Cancer Scare Before Top Gear Assault

Jeremy Clarkson has said he was told he "probably" had cancer two days before he launched an unprovoked attack on Top Gear producer Oisin Tymon - although he has since received the all-clear.

Neville Delivers His Verdict On Chelsea

Chelsea have some work to do to match the levels of Jose Mourinho's 2005 title-winning team, Gary Neville has claimed.

We've Let Down Our Manager, Says Hart

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has been let down by his players a number of times this season, acording to Joe Hart.

Pellegrini Labelled Weak By Toure's Agent

Yaya Toure's agent has described Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini as a good coach, but a weak manager.

Leicester Boost Their Survival Hopes

Leicester secured their third win in a row to give their chances of Premier League survival a huge boost after a 2-0 success over Swansea at the King Power Stadium.

Hamilton Expects Tough Fight From Ferrari

Lewis Hamilton expects a close fight with Ferrari in the Bahrain GP after Sebastian Vettel split the two Mercedes drivers in qualifying.

FBI Admits Forensic Experts Gave Flawed Evidence

The FBI has admitted that nearly every forensic expert in its microscopic hair comparison unit gave flawed evidence at trials for more than 20 years before 2000, it has been reported.

Violent Clashes At South Korea Ferry Rally

A protest over the South Korean government's handling of a ferry disaster that killed more than 300 people descended into violence, with dozens of people arrested.

IS Video Appears To Show Murder Of Christians

The Islamic State jihadist group has released a video purportedly showing the slaughter of around 30 Ethiopian Christians in Libya.

Family Wins Back $80m 'Double Eagle' Coins

A family has won a legal battle over 10 rare gold coins that could be worth $80m after a US appeals court overturned a jury decision.

Hundreds Evacuated As Wildfire Threatens Homes

Three hundred homes were evacuated in southern California after a wildfire spread rapidly towards a populated area.

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