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Bravery of violent attempted robbery victim praised by police

Police were called to the One Stop Shop on Sycamore Drive at Bishopdown Farm in Salisbury on bank holiday Monday (25th May).

Salisbury Cathedral's peregrine falcon chicks ringed.

Four chicks born in mid May in a nesting box halfway up the cathedral's spire!

Salisbury named one of top hospitals in the country

Salisbury one of top hospitals for 2015 according to leading national healthcare intelligence organisation, CHKS

Plans approved for purpose built sixth form college in Salisbury

The new S6C will be built on the site that was the car park at Wiltshire College on Tollgate Road

Husband of breast cancer patient does his bit for Stars Appeal

Pete Bott from Salisbury is running across the French Alps after his wife Jo was diagnosed four years ago.

Four Out Of Five MS Sufferers Misdiagnosed

Four out of five people with multiple sclerosis are misdiagnosed, a charity has warned.

Murder Probe After Teenager's Body Found

Two people have been arrested after the discovery of a teenager's body at a flat prompted a murder investigation.

NI Govt 'In Real Trouble' Over Budget Row

Northern Ireland's devolved government is facing suspension or possible collapse amid a row over welfare reforms that has left the faltering administration facing an estimated £600m funding gap.

Footballer To Give Young Fan Shirt After Storm

Preston will present a schoolboy with a signed Jermaine Beckford shirt after television footage showed a woman wrenching the striker's match-worn garment off him at the Sky Bet League One play-off final.

Fears Grow Over Schoolgirl Missing In Wales

A schoolgirl has disappeared in South Wales, prompting a police appeal for help.

BGT's Jack Pack coming to Salisbury

The group, who were finalists in the talent show last year, will perform at Salisbury Racecourse.

Taylor Swift Makes Forbes Power Women List

Pop star Taylor Swift has joined high-flying leaders from the worlds of business, politics and showbiz on a list of the most powerful women in the world.

Bradley Cooper Film 'Insults Hawaiian Culture'

A new film starring Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone and Rachel McAdams and set in Hawaii is being criticised by Native Hawaiians.

It Remake 'Dead' As Director Walks Away

A remake of Stephen King's clown horror film It looks like it may have to be abandoned after the director walked away from the project.

Ben Stiller's Tribute To Actress Mum Anne Meara

Ben Stiller has paid tribute to his mother, the actress and comedian Anne Meara, who has died aged 85.

Ferrari Boss: Raikkonen Must Try Harder

After watching Kimi Raikkonen’s qualifying difficulties continue at the Monaco GP, Ferrari team boss Maurizio Arrivabene joked that he should give the Finn extra “homework”.

FIFA Officials Held On $100m Corruption Charges

Several top FIFA officials have been arrested in Switzerland over allegations they were involved in paying bribes adding up to more than $100m (£64m).

Mourinho Pokes Fun At Blues' Rivals

Jose Mourinho has used Chelsea’s end of season awards dinner to deliver a tongue-in-cheek speech mocking the critics of his side’s style of play and to poke fun at his Premier League rivals.

Two Top Awards For Bournemouth's Howe

Eddie Howe has been named as the LMA's Manager of the Year after Jose Mourinho picked up the Premier League award.

Murray Keen To Mentor Rising Tennis Stars

Andy Murray says he enjoys being a mentor to younger players after British 20-year-old Kyle Edmund revelled in the Scot's support for his first round victory at Roland Garros.

FIFA Officials Held On $100m Corruption Charges

Several top FIFA officials have been arrested in Switzerland over allegations they were involved in paying bribes adding up to more than $100m (£64m).

Floods Kill At Least 16 In Texas And Oklahoma

Heavy rain and flash flooding have killed at least 16 people in Texas and Oklahoma and led to around 1,000 calls for help from residents in Houston, officials say.

Iraq Launches Major Fightback On IS In Anbar

Iraqi troops have launched a major operation to retake control of Anbar province from Islamic State.

Irish Government To Sell Stake In Aer Lingus

The Irish government has agreed to sell its 25% stake in Aer Lingus to International Airlines Group (IAG), the owner of British Airways.

Rate Of Executions Doubles In Saudi Arabia

Three more people have been put to death in Saudi Arabia, meaning it has executed more people this year than it did in the whole of 2014.

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