Fisherton Festival planned to mark Salisbury's multi-culturalism
The plans are coming together for a new festival on the city's Fisherton Street next May.
Praise for the man who has helped raise £10m for the Stars Appeal
Dave Cates receives Outstanding Contribution award from hospital bosses.
Estcourt Road knifepoint robbery: more details released
Police in Salisbury now have a more detailed description of a man they think tried to rob the newsagents.
Cash and alcohol taken in Salisbury pub burglary
Hundreds of pounds and bottles of spirits were taken in the raid at the Queens Arms.
Sarum Academy backs 'anti-bullying' campaign
The Salisbury school's been showing its support for the national anti-bullying week.
Scotland 'To Get Full Income Tax Powers'
The Scottish Parliament is to be given full powers over income tax, under a new deal struck by the so-called Smith Commission.
Brothers Jailed For Attending Syria Terror Camp
Two brothers have become the first Britons to be jailed for attending a terror training camp in Syria.
Legal Highs Reclassified As Class A Drugs
Two substances known as "legal highs" - both of which have proved to be potentially lethal - are to be reclassified as banned Class A drugs.
Burglars Admit Savage Attack On Academic
Four Polish men have admitted carrying out a burglary during which an academic was savagely beaten in his home.
Anger Over Tony Blair's Anti-Poverty Award
Save the Children has been criticised by charity workers for giving Tony Blair an award for his anti-poverty work.
Ten Celebrities Who Have Insured Body Parts
With big money riding on the careers of top musicians, actors and sports stars, many are rumoured to have taken steps to protect the tools of their trade.
AC/DC Star Late For Bizarre Court Appearance
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd turned up late to court to face drug charges and an allegation that he threatened to kill, before staging a flamboyant performance while in the dock.
Angelina Jolie Won't Rule Out Political Career
Angelina Jolie has not ruled out entering politics in the future.
James Bond Swaps Aston For Fiat: Report
Aston Martin-loving spy James Bond will reportedly swap his beloved luxury car for a Fiat 500 in the new 007 movie.
Expendables 3 Web Leak: Two Men Arrested
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of leaking Sylvester Stallone's action film The Expendables 3 online, a month before its release in cinemas.
Vergne Confirms Toro Rosso Depature
Jean-Eric Vergne has confirmed he is leaving Toro Rosso.
McCoy Returns From Injury With Winner At Fontwell
Tony McCoy wasted no time in getting back amongst the winners after a three-week lay-off with victory on Southfield Royale at Fontwell.
Injured Smith Facing Four-Month Lay-Off
Wales and Ospreys prop Nicky Smith could be out of action for up to four months after suffering a chest injury against New Zealand last week.
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Batsman Hughes Still In Critical Condition
Australia batsman Phillip Hughes remains in a critical condition after having emergency surgery in a Sydney hospital.
Brown's Mother: Cop 'Wanted To Kill Someone'
Michael Brown's mother has lashed out over Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson's claim that he has a "clean conscience" after shooting dead her son.
Passengers Push Broken Jet On Freezing Runway
Passengers had to get out and push their plane in temperatures of minus 52C after freezing weather brought it to a standstill.
Syria Airstrikes On IS 'Capital' Kill 95
At least 95 people have been reportedly been killed in Syrian regime airstrikes on the Islamic State group's self-proclaimed capital.
Paris Heist: Jewel Thieves Hide In Hair Salon
Two gunmen robbed a Cartier store in Paris before taking a hostage, leading police on a chase across the city and then taking cover inside a hair salon.
Kenyans Protest Over Surge In Terror Attacks
Angry demonstrations have been taking place in the Kenyan capital of Nairobi over continuing attacks on citizens by extremists.