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Shrewton mum campaigns for footpath on "dangerous" road

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Young mum fears for her life when she walks down London Road in Shrewton.

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Smart card could be developed in Wiltshire

It would mean we could pay for travel and parking by using a pre-paid card

17-year-old missing Salisbury girl - Appeal to social media users

Charlene Shord was last seen on Tuesday 22nd July 2014 in Salisbury City Centre.

A303 Mere by-pass crash victim named

53-year-old Mariola Martin died when she was struck by an articulated lorry.

Football returns to the Ray Mac

Salisbury City to take on Forest Green Rovers this weekend as battle over Whites ownership heads to the High Court.

West Ham Player Charged With Assaulting Women

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Premier League footballer Ravel Morrison has been charged with assaulting two women in Manchester.

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UK Border Staff 'Unprepared' For Ebola

Border, customs and immigration staff feel unprepared to deal with people arriving in Britain who may be carrying the deadly ebola virus, a union leader has warned.

Lloyds Banking Group Takes New £600m PPI Hit

Lloyds Banking Group has revealed it has set aside another £600m provision for mis-selling of payment protection insurance (PPI).

British Gas Half-Year Profit Squeezed By 26%

The parent company of British Gas has reported a large fall in half-year operating profit, which has been blamed on mild weather and the furore over energy bills.

Boozy Criminals Get Tags That Detect Alcohol

People who consistently break the law while drunk are to be forced to wear tags that can detect whether they are drinking.

Big Bang Theory Pay Dispute Delays Filming

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Filming on the new series of The Big Bang Theory is being held up because of a contract dispute with its stars.

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Bieber Taunts Bloom With Snap After Ibiza 'Row'

Justin Bieber appears to have taunted British actor Orlando Bloom on Instagram after their alleged row in a restaurant in Ibiza.

Directors Lobby To Keep Film In Hollywood

Top Hollywood directors are backing a bid to keep celluloid film alive in the movie and television industry.

R Kelly Pulls Out Of Festival After Protests

R Kelly has cancelled a performance at a US music festival after sponsors and bands pulled out amid concern over allegations about his past.

Neeson: Wife's Death Still Doesn't Feel Real

Liam Neeson has spoken about the moment his wife Natasha Richardson died and how it still doesn't feel real.

Sky Sports News Headlines

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A round-up of the latest stories from the world of sport - brought to you by the Sky Sports News team.

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Liverpool Beat Man City In New York

Liverpool beat Premier League rivals Manchester City in a pre-season friendly at Yankee Stadium, coming from behind twice to draw 2-2 in normal time before winning a penalty shoot-out 3-1.

Mourinho Explains Lukaku's Exit

Jose Mourinho claims Romelu Lukaku left Chelsea because he wanted to be guaranteed a regular starting place.

Everton Sign Lukaku From Chelsea

Everton had to overcome a late paperwork scare to finalise the signature of Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku for a club record fee of £28m.

Premier League To Introduce Vanishing Spray

The Premier League has announced that vanishing spray will be introduced in all Premier League games this season.

Facebook Offering Users £118 To Test New App

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Facebook is offering $200 (£118) to people willing to test out its new photo-messaging app Slingshot.

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Big Bang Theory Pay Dispute Delays Filming

Filming on the new series of The Big Bang Theory is being held up because of a contract dispute with its stars.

Bieber Taunts Bloom With Snap After Ibiza 'Row'

Justin Bieber appears to have taunted British actor Orlando Bloom on Instagram after their alleged row in a restaurant in Ibiza.

'Vultures Force' Argentina To Second Default

The failure of negotiations between Argentina and two hedge funds has seen the country default on its debts for the second time in 13 years.

Israeli Army Mobilises 16,000 Extra Troops

Israel is calling up thousands more reservists to the conflict in Gaza and says it is a "few days" away from destroying Hamas's network of attack tunnels.

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