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Trio from South Wiltshire helping at Commonwealth Games

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Three local people volunteering at games in Glasgow

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Charity aims to help more struggling families with under 5s

An Amesbury based charity is trying to reach out to more mums and dads in need

More cash for Wiltshire school pupils

Extra money is coming in from the government for Wiltshire schools.

Salisbury disaster support service wants our help

Serve On, which previously had mostly emergency services working with them, is looking to branch out.

Wounded local heroes could be picked for Prince Harry's Games

Injured service personnel are taking part in trials to seal their spot in the British team for the Invictus Games.

Undercover Police Slammed In Misconduct Report

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The Metropolitan Police will face criticism today with a report expected to reveal the force kept information gathered by undercover officers that served no purpose in preventing crime.

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Coastal Deaths At Highest Level In Four Years

New safety warnings are being issued after figures revealed that the number of coastal deaths has risen.

StubHub: Online Ticket Crime Ring Dismantled

A transatlantic crackdown has dismantled a crime ring accused of hacking more than 1,600 StubHub users' accounts to fraudulently purchase tickets for events.

Glasgow Celebrates The Commonwealth Games

The opening ceremony of the 20th Commonwealth Games has taken place in front of a crowd of 40,000 in Glasgow.

Adele's Son Wins Damages For Paparazzi Photos

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Singer Adele's son Angelo Adkins is to get a five-figure sum in damages at the High Court over paparazzi photos.

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Sir Roger Tight-Lipped Over Scottish Referendum

Sir Roger Moore has refused to follow in the footsteps of fellow 007 star Sean Connery and is staying out of the Scottish independence debate.

George Harrison Memorial Tree Killed By Beetles

A tree dedicated to the memory of former Beatle George Harrison has been killed by beetles, Los Angeles officials have said.

One Direction Go Global With New Concert Film

One Direction have announced that a second film based on their latest world tour is to be screened in cinemas around the world.

Helen Mirren Grows Weary Of Playing The Queen

Helen Mirren is reprising her role as the Queen yet again for a stint on Broadway which she has admitted she would "prefer not" to do.

Salisbury sprinter takes on the world's best junior athletes

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17 year old Jake Ness is setting his sights on the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

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Fury-Chisora Fight Postponed

Dereck Chisora has withdrawn from Saturday's WBO heavyweight eliminator with Tyson Fury in Manchester.

Ishant Bounces England To Defeat

Ishant Sharma bowled India to a 95-run win over England, and a 1-0 series lead, on the final day of the second Test at Lord's.

Gerrard Ends England Career

England captain Steven Gerrard has announced his retirement from international football.

Open Champion Wants To Join The Greats

Rory McIlroy wants to dominate world golf like Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus after joining them as the only players to win three of golf's majors by the age of 25 with his Open Championship triumph on Sunday.

Rockets Stored In Gaza School Are 'Missing'

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UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has expressed his "alarm" after rockets were stored in a UN-run school in Gaza, and then went "missing".

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StubHub: Online Ticket Crime Ring Dismantled

A transatlantic crackdown has dismantled a crime ring accused of hacking more than 1,600 StubHub users' accounts to fraudulently purchase tickets for events.

MH17 Crash: Second Black Box To Be Examined

Investigators are expected to begin examining a second black box from the downed Malaysia Airlines plane today.

US Lifts Ban On Airlines Flying To Tel Aviv

A ban on US airlines flying to Israel's Tel Aviv airport amid rocket fire from Gaza has been lifted.

Hammond: Israel 'War Crimes' Probe Unhelpful

An international inquiry into Israel's actions in Gaza will not help efforts to achieve a ceasefire, according to British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond.

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