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New buses for Salisbury park and ride could help secure future

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Nearly a million pounds has been spent on new vehicles by Salisbury Reds, who are running three of the five sites.

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Tough Mudders bring new practice course to Tedworth House

The notoriously difficult obstacle courses have now raised £1 million for Help for Heroes.

Hampshire calls for devolved power, just like Scotland

The County Council's leader is writing to the Prime Minister to ask for greater powers.

Cyclists out in force for Horatio's Garden

More than 170 take part in a charity ride for the garden set up in memory of the Bishopstone teen killed by a polar bear.

Huge market day brings Food and Drink Fest to a close

The stalls will take over the Market Square for the climax of Salisbury Food and Drink Festival 2014.

Hundreds Face DNA Tests In Beach Murder Probe

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Thai police are to take DNA from all the men on Koh Tao island - potentially hundreds of people - in their investigation into the murders of two Britons.

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Why Ed Miliband Must Give Speech Of His Life

It is entirely understandable that the fallout from the Scottish referendum casts a shadow over this Labour conference.

Missing Student's Parents In 'Worst Nightmare'

The parents of a missing student have pleaded for help to find their daughter, as police hunt the man they say was the last person to see her alive.

Teen Is 13th To Drown Off Mauritius This Year

A teenager died while swimming with dolphins after being best man at his father's wedding on an island paradise.

Major Incident Declared After School Bus Crash

A major incident has been declared after a school bus and a car were involved in a crash in Drumquin, Co Tyrone.

Colin Farrell Confirms True Detective Role

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Colin Farrell has confirmed he has been cast in the second season of the hit television drama True Detective.

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Rihanna Latest Star In Alleged Nude Photo Leak

Rihanna and Kim Kardashian have reportedly been targeted in the second hacking-related leak of nude photos in less than a month.

Emma Watson: I'm A Feminist But No Man-Hater

Emma Watson has given a powerful speech about gender equality where she said the fight for women's rights "has too often become synonymous with man-hating".

McCartney Launches Meat-Free Monday Campaign

Sir Paul McCartney has signed up his famous friends for a new campaign to persuade people to cut down on the amount of meat they eat.

Jude Law 'Overwhelmed' By DR Congo Suffering

The British actor Jude Law says he is "overwhelmed" by the scale of the problem in the Congo after visiting one of the largest camps for those who've fled their homes to escape fighting.

Team USA Land In Edinburgh

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Tom Watson’s American team have landed in Scotland ahead of this week’s Ryder Cup clash with Europe at Gleneagles.

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Watson Out In First Round In China

Heather Watson made a first-round exit at the Dongfeng Motor Wuhan Open after losing in straight sets to Sara Errani in China.

Pellegrini Hits Out At Defesive Chelsea

Manuel Pellegrini felt that Chelsea showed no desire to win the game after Manchester City were held to a 1-1 draw at the Etihad Stadium.

Man Utd Defeat Leaves Van Gaal Stunned

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal was left stunned as Leicester City produced a remarkable comeback to defeat his side 5-3 at the King Power Stadium.

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White House Breach: Checkpoints May Be Coming

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The Secret Service is considering setting up security checkpoints in public areas around the White House after an intruder made it to a building entrance last week.

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Bulldogs 'Tear Off' Owner's Arm In Attack

A dog owner had his arm ripped off after being mauled by two of his American Bulldogs, according to locals.

Hundreds Face DNA Tests In Beach Murder Probe

Thai police are to take DNA from all the men on Koh Tao island - potentially hundreds of people - in their investigation into the murders of two Britons.

Islamic State Urges Militant Attacks In Egypt

Islamic State extremists are urging militants in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula to continue with beheadings and attacks against security forces.

NZ Moves To Scrub Union Jack From Flag

The UK's flag may remain unchanged after Scotland said no to independence, but a new threat to the Union Jack is on the horizon - from New Zealand.

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