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Suspicious vehicle found in Winterbourne Gunner

Police put a cordon in place while they investigated - but say 'the vehicle is all in order'.

Funeral to be held for Jackson Watters and Millie Crouch

The brother and sister were killed in a crash on the A36 at Steeple Langford earlier this month.

A man indecently exposes himself inside a Salisbury toy store

Police want to speak to a woman who reported a similar incident inside WH Smiths later the same day (Sat Oct 8th).

THOUSANDS of GPs apppointments missed in Wiltshire this summer

We're told 516 days worth of doctors' time was WASTED between July and September because we didn't turn up to surgeries.

Hospital's Registry Office proves a popular addition

The Stars Appeal funded service, run by Wiltshire Council, means families can register births and deaths without going to Bourne Hill.

Lottery app fault may have stopped people claiming their winnings

People may have been throwing winning National Lottery tickets in the bin after a barcode scanner on Camelot’s official app developed technical issues.

Dad faces jail over child's force-feeding death

A man is facing jail for killing his three-year-old son by force-feeding him a mixture of bread and cereal.

Missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague's mum 'desperate' to find him

The mother of a missing RAF serviceman has told Sky News she is desperate for someone to come forward and say: "I've seen him."

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's 'cunning' PMQ's plan backfires

As a cunning plan it lacked just one thing - research.

Gender pay gap falls to 20-year low for full-time workers

The gender pay gap for full-time workers has fallen to its lowest level since records began almost 20 years ago, according to official figures.

Mamma Mia! ABBA reunite for 'new digital experience'

Swedish pop group ABBA are to reunite for a "new digital experience" next year, it has been announced.

The Simpsons and Letterman writer Kevin Curran dies aged 59

Kevin Curran, a comedy writer and producer who spent 15 years working on The Simpsons, has died aged 59 after a long illness.

Justin Timberlake forgiven after illegal voting selfie

Justin Timberlake has removed a selfie from his Instagram which showed him casting his vote in the US presidential election.

Adele tells fans 'don't vote' for Donald Trump at Miami concert

Adele has entered the US election debate by urging fans not to vote for Donald Trump at a concert attended by Hillary Clinton.

Kate Beckinsale and film director husband Len Wiseman divorcing

British actress Kate Beckinsale and film director Len Wiseman are divorcing after 12 years of marriage.

Two local football games fall foul of the foggy weather

Salisbury FC and Bemerton Heath Harlequins had their matches abandoned.

Molina hopes to be handed shot at Joshua

Eric Molina hopes to learn whether he will be challenging Anthony Joshua as promoter Eddie Hearn considers new opponents.

Jones calls up six new faces for England

England head coach Eddie Jones has named six uncapped players in his squad for the autumn internationals.

Crowd welcomes Wiggins at Six Day track event

Sir Bradley Wiggins received a rapturous welcome from the crowd on the opening night of the Six Day London track cycling event.

Pogba needs time to readjust, says Mourinho

Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba needs time to adjust to life back in English football, according to manager Jose Mourinho.

Mamma Mia! ABBA reunite for 'new digital experience'

Swedish pop group ABBA are to reunite for a "new digital experience" next year, it has been announced.

National Geographic 'Afghan Girl' cover star faces jail for fraud

A green-eyed Afghan girl who became a cover star for National Geographic magazine as a 12-year-old has been arrested for living in Pakistan with forged identification papers.

At least 3,800 people have died in the Med Sea this year, says UNHCR

The UN refugee agency said the number of migrants who have died crossing the Mediterranean Sea has reached at least 3,800 so far this year.

Bodies of 25 migrants found trapped in boat off Libyan coast

The bodies of 25 migrant men and women have been found in an inflatable dinghy in the southern Mediterranean, a medical charity has said.

Climate scientist killed as snowmobile plunges 100ft into crevasse

Tributes have been paid to a British climate change researcher who died when his snowmobile plunged 100ft into a crevasse in Antarctica.

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