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WARNING: Hunt for man who 'lifted' girl's skirt in Salisbury

An urgent appeal for witnesses today after a 14 yr old Salisbury girl had her school skirt lifted by a man as she was walking to school this morning (24th June).

Salisbury lad's head shave for cousin who's battling cancer

Sam Stephenson is getting his head shaved today (Sat 25th June) to support his 15-year-old cousin and raise money for Cancer Research UK.

Tax scam in Hampshire threatens victims with arrest

Be warned, at least 15 people have already fallen for this new scam, including two in the New Forest.

Restoring canals and rebuilding lives

Veteran David Teague from Tidworth is volunteering on a Help for Heroes project and says it's done wonders for his recovery.

Salisbury MP reacts to Prime Minister stepping down

John Glen told Spire FM News he 'understood and respected Mr Cameron's decision' following country's choice to vote out of the EU.

Tata Steel Bidders Get Cold Feet Over Brexit

Several bidders for Tata Steel's British operations are close to abandoning talks with their Indian owner as the outcome of the EU referendum threatens to deepen the crisis enveloping the UK's biggest steel producer.

Wales Face Northern Ireland In Brexit Derby

Thousands of Wales and Northern Ireland supporters have gathered in Paris ahead of the Euro 2016 last-16 meeting between their teams that will guarantee one of them a first ever European Championship quarter-final.

Corbyn Heckled Over EU Vote: 'It's Your Fault'

Jeremy Corbyn has been heckled at a gay pride event and told to resign over not being able to get Labour voters in Wales, the Midlands and the North to back Remain.

Sturgeon: Indyref 2 Option Very Much On Table

Nicola Sturgeon has said she will seek to enter into "immediate discussions" with Brussels to "protect Scotland's place in the EU".

Brexit Won't Hurt Game Of Thrones Production

Game Of Thrones fans have been reassured by its creators that Britain's decision to leave the European Union will not affect filming, after speculation the show would lose EU funding.

William Shatner 'Open' To Captain Kirk Return

William Shatner has told Star Trek fans to write to director JJ Abrams if they want to see him return as Captain James Kirk.

Brexit Won't Hurt Game Of Thrones Production

Game Of Thrones fans have been reassured by its creators that Britain's decision to leave the European Union will not affect filming, after speculation the show would lose EU funding.

Jason Donovan adds Salisbury to his UK tour

80s star set to appear at Salisbury City Hall this festive season.

Top Gun Star 'Armed And Ready' After Break-In

Top Gun actress Kelly McGillis says she has obtained a gun permit after she was attacked by a home intruder.

Celebrities Give Their Verdicts On EU Vote

American actress Lindsay Lohan live-tweeted the EU referendum results as they happened - becoming an unlikely sideshow on a night of political drama.

Wales Face Northern Ireland In Brexit Derby

Thousands of Wales and Northern Ireland supporters have gathered in Paris ahead of the Euro 2016 last-16 meeting between their teams that will guarantee one of them a first ever European Championship quarter-final.

England Secure Whitewash Over Wallabies

England secured a 3-0 series victory in Australia with a 44-40 victory over the Wallabies at Allianz Stadium in Sydney.

Anderson Injury Worry Ahead Of Pakistan Test

James Anderson's participation for England in next month's first Investec Test against Pakistan appears in doubt because of a shoulder injury in his bowling arm.

Barrett On Song As New Zealand Hammer Wales

Beauden Barrett collected 26 points as New Zealand sealed a 3-0 series victory over Wales with a comprehensive 46-6 win in Dunedin.

Haskell Hails Hartley's Success As Captain

James Haskell hopes Dylan Hartley's detractors have been silenced by the sensational start to his captaincy of England.

Belgian Police Detain Two In Anti-Terror Raids

Two men have been arrested in Belgium amid reports of a planned attack on a Euro 2016 fan zone.

Top EU Nations Begin Brexit Talks - Without UK

The six founding members of the European Union are meeting in Berlin to discuss Brexit - and the UK has not been invited.

Will Brexit Harm Gibraltar And Spanish Expats?

Gibraltar has been an enclave of Britishness in the Mediterranean for more than 300 years, but the Out vote in the referendum has caused shockwaves through the community.

UK Exit: Juncker Calls For Speedy 'Divorce'

Jean-Claude Juncker, the European Commission president, says there is no reason to wait until David Cameron is replaced in October to begin negotiating Britain's exit from the European Union.

Maradona: '86 Victory Was Falklands Payback

Former Argentine footballer Diego Maradona has said beating England in the 1986 World Cup was a form of retribution for the Falklands War.

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