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Good progress on Wilton Parkway project

Multi-million pound railway station scheme appears to be firmly on track towards opening.

Salisbury charity 'desperate' for more volunteers - or they'll face closure

South Wilts Mencap on Catherine Street need people to help out, as their income is vital to the charity for those with learning disabilities.

Wiltshire's top police officer hits out at speculation over Sir Edward Heath

Mike Veale issues statement after fresh newspaper claims over investigation into former prime minister.

Hampshire woman warning others about on-line dating

VIDEO: See her moving story, how she lost £20,000 after being manipulated by a man in an elaborate 'romance fraud'.

New brand of gin launches in West Hampshire

Test Valley is made locally, to be sold locally; it's been launched this week.

Seven sports fail to reverse Tokyo 2020 funding cuts

Seven sports which lost all public funding ahead of Tokyo 2020 have had their appeals to UK Sport rejected.

UKIP officials quit party because of 'crass insensitivity' over Hillsborough

Two senior UKIP officials have quit the party because of its "crass insensitivity" over the Hillsborough disaster.

Beatles stars Paul and Ringo come together for new album

The last two living members of The Beatles have come together for the first time in seven years to record a new studio album.

Islamic State claims Briton carried out Mosul suicide attack

A British suicide bomber has blown up a vehicle full of explosives near the Iraqi city of Mosul, IS said in a statement reported by the SITE Intelligence Group.

Night Tube strike threat six months after launch

Drivers of London's Night Tube will be balloted for strikes following a dispute over pay and jobs - six months after the service began.

Beatles stars Paul and Ringo come together for new album

The last two living members of The Beatles have come together for the first time in seven years to record a new studio album.

Harry Potter play casts spell at WhatsOnStage awards

Harry Potter And The Cursed Child has continued to sweep UK theatre awards, winning eight categories including best new play.

Moonlight outshines Oscar favourite La La Land at WGA awards

Oscar favourite La La Land has taken its first major blow this awards season, losing the Writers Guild of America gong for Moonlight.

Daniel Craig now second longest-serving 007

Daniel Craig has become cinema's second longest-serving James Bond by playing the role for 4,147 days - or almost 11-and-a-half years.

Piers Morgan pulls out of hosting RTS Awards over 'silly' campaign

Piers Morgan has pulled out of hosting the Royal Television Society Programme Awards over a "silly" campaign to ban him.

Mark Clattenburg quits Premier League to referee in Saudi Arabia

Referee Mark Clattenburg has quit the Premier League and is moving to Saudi Arabia.

Seven sports fail to reverse Tokyo 2020 funding cuts

Seven sports which lost all public funding ahead of Tokyo 2020 have had their appeals to UK Sport rejected.

Some decent victories for Salisbury's rugby and football sides

Our teams picked up some vital points this weekend - but some of our other sides didn't fare so well.

Big games for Salisbury's rugby and football sides

There's a full programme of fixtures for our local teams - with some crunch matches to be played.

Swim legend Grant Hackett found 'safe and well' after missing fears

Aussie swimming star Grant Hackett has been found safe and well after going missing, according to his father.

Uber investigates sexual harassment claim by engineer

Uber has launched an "urgent investigation" after a former employee wrote a blog alleging sexual harassment and sexism at the company.

Global arms trade rises to post-Cold War high

The global arms trade has risen to its highest level since the Cold War, according to a study.

Islamic State claims Briton carried out Mosul suicide attack

A British suicide bomber has blown up a vehicle full of explosives near the Iraqi city of Mosul, IS said in a statement reported by the SITE Intelligence Group.

North Korea demands to see Kim Jong-Nam 'assassination' suspects

North Korea has demanded to see the suspects detained over the apparent assassination of Kim Jong-Un's half-brother, saying the investigation by the Malaysian authorities cannot be trusted.

Unilever slump as Kraft Heinz abandons £115bn merger

Shares in Marmite maker Unilever have slumped by 8% after US rival Kraft Heinz abandoned its £115bn offer to swallow up the consumer goods giant.

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