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Bulford mum launches awareness into "silent killer"

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A Bulford mum is lending her support to what it's hoped will be the next big craze on social media - in memory of her son.

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Six arrested in Wiltshire over child abuse images

Six men have been arrested as part of Operation Harness

Major review of parking in Wiltshire to be launched shortly

Salisbury is the most expensive place to park in Wilshire

Amesbury needs more on-call firefighters

The town's station needs to step up its cover, particularly in the daytime, so they're running a recruitment campaign.

More than 5,000 motorists in Hampshire caught using mobile at the wheel

Police launch week long crackdown on those texting or calling at the wheel.

Eight Headaches For Supermarket Giant Tesco

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A decade ago Tesco was an investor's delight, with a share price shooting up more than 70% between 2004 and 2007, and healthy dividend payments. So what went wrong?

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Tesco Profits Plunge 92% In Accounting Chaos

Tesco chairman Sir Richard Broadbent is to quit as an inquiry into its accounting practices reveals a £263m profit overstatement, resulting in a 92% fall in first-half profits.

Notorious Cop Killer Harry Roberts May Be Freed

One of Britain's most notorious killers is set to be freed after serving 48 years of a life sentence.

NHS Demands Extra £8bn In Plan To Save Services

The NHS needs an extra £8bn a year in funding and must undergo a major shake-up if it is to survive, according to a "radical" plan to safeguard services in England.

Smith Tops Off 'Incredible' Year With Mobo Wins

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Sam Smith has dedicated his "dream come true" clutch of prizes at the Mobo Awards to his parents.

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Kasabian Win Best Act In The World At Q Awards

Kasabian have been hailed the "best act in the world" at the Q Awards where they were two-time winners.

William Shatner To Meet Star Trek 3 Director

William Shatner may be travelling to the next frontier again after confirming he is to meet the director of Star Trek 3.

Lynda Bellingham's Xmas Wish In Last Interview

Lynda Bellingham revealed her plans for Christmas in her final TV interview before her death at the weekend.

Chewbacca Stops Mr Incredible Vs Batgirl Fight

Chewbacca and Freddy Krueger helped break up a brawl between Mr Incredible and Batgirl as the superheroes traded blows on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.

Chris Froome May Skip 2015 Tour De France

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Chris Froome has hinted he may not ride the 2015 Tour de France after the route for next year’s race was revealed on Wednesday.

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Arsenal Snatch Dramatic Late Victory

Arsenal scored twice in the final two minutes to come from behind and secure a 2-1 Champions League win at Anderlecht.

Liverpool Overpowered By Classy Real

Real Madrid produced a first-half masterclass as they overpowered Liverpool 3-0 in their Champions League Group B clash at Anfield.

Gerrard: Liverpool Underdogs Against Real Madrid

Steven Gerrard says Liverpool respect Real Madrid – but won’t let the Champions League holders have things all their own way on Wednesday night.

Murray Through In Valencia

Andy Murray moved into the second round of the Valencia Open with a 6-3 6-3 victory over Jurgen Melzer.

Mexico Mayor Suspected Over 46 Missing Teachers

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Protesters have marched on the streets of Mexico as it emerged that a mayor and his wife were the "probable masterminds" behind the disappearance of 43 student teachers.

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Canada Will 'Never Be Intimidated' By Terrorists

Canada will "never be intimidated" by terrorists who seek to bring "savagery" to the country's shores, Prime Minister Stephen Harper has said.

Nathan Cirillo Made 'The Ultimate Sacrifice'

Hundreds of messages have been posted on a tribute site to the soldier who was killed in the shooting at a war memorial near parliament in Ottawa.

Fist-Sized California Gold Nugget On Sale

The California Gold Rush apparently never quite ended.

WWII Ships Found In 'Graveyard Of The Atlantic'

A Nazi U-boat and the merchant ship it sank off the US coast in 1942 have been found at the bottom of the Atlantic.

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