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Salisbury teacher banned after affair with pupil

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Senior teacher at South Wilts Grammar School banned from classrooms for life after affair with girl.

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Salisbury MP in lifesaving donor match

John Glen is donating stem cells after being matched with someone battling Leukaemia.

'Walk for Wards' 2015 officially launched

Make a note of this date - 21st June - and support Salisbury District Hospital's Stars Appeal.

900 new army homes on Salisbury Plain

Time to have your say about hundreds of army homes coming to Larkhill, Ludgershall and Bulford.

Salisbury mum speaks out over daughter's cancer battle

Mum speaks out about the "nightmare" of watching her teenage daughter battle leukaemia.

Police Search Lake For Missing Mother Of Four

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Police trying to find a mother of four who has been missing for a week have been searching areas of woodland and water.

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Files On Police Shootings Lost In Post

Information relating to three judge-led inquiries, including two fatal police shootings, has gone missing in the post.

New Guidance For Rules On Rape Accusations

People accused of rape will increasingly be expected to prove they obtained consent for sex under new guidelines issued to police and prosecutors.

Andy Murray Reaches Australian Open Final

Andy Murray is through to the final of the Australian Open after beating Tomas Berdych in four sets.

Sky To Enter Mobile Market In O2 Partnership

Sky, the owner of Sky News, has announced it is entering the mobile market for the first time in a partnership with O2 - allowing it to become a so-called quad player.

Scorsese Film: Worker Dies On Set Of New Drama

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One man has been killed and two others injured in an accident on a Taiwanese film lot being prepared for the shooting of a new Martin Scorsese film.

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Taylor Swift Trademarks 'This Sick Beat' Lyric

She has sold millions of albums and her latest songs are being sung by fans around the world, but now Taylor Swift has taken action to ban the unauthorised use of her lyrics.

Thorn Birds Author Colleen McCullough Dies

Australian author Colleen McCullough has died after a long illness, aged 77.

Lindsay Lohan Community Service Questioned

A US prosecutor has been given more time to investigate whether Lindsay Lohan failed to complete her community service after being charged with reckless driving.

One Of Our Dinosaurs Is Retiring: Dippy Bows Out

A life-sized cast of a dinosaur that has taken pride of place in the Natural History Museum's main hall is being retired after 109 years.

McLaren Return To Honda Powerplant For New Car

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McLaren have launched the MP4-30, the team's first car to be powered by Honda since 1992.

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Andy Murray Reaches Australian Open Final

Andy Murray has stormed into his fourth Australian Open final with a commanding four-sets win over Tomas Berdych.

Villa Move Closer To Landing Sinclair On Loan

Scott Sinclair's loan deal to Aston Villa has moved a step closer after the Manchester City winger completed a medical ahead of talks over personal terms, according to Sky sources.

Blatter Enters Race For Fifth Term At FIFA

Sepp Blatter has officially entered FIFA's presidential race with hours to go before the deadline.

Six-Under McIlroy Off To Nice Start In Dubai

Rory McIlroy believes he's made a "nice start" to the Omega Dubai Desert Classic after firing a six-under 66 in the opening round.

Ancient Skull Discovery Offers Evolution Clue

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Part of a skull - thought to be around 55,000 years old and discovered in a cave - holds important clues about human evolution, according to experts.

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Scorsese Film: Worker Dies On Set Of New Drama

One man has been killed and two others injured in an accident on a Taiwanese film lot being prepared for the shooting of a new Martin Scorsese film.

South Africa Gunmen In Shopping Mall Shoot-Out

Seven people have been injured in a South African shopping centre after gunmen attempted to storm a bank.

Deaths After Mexico Maternity Wing Blast

At least two people have died and dozens more injured after a fuel truck blast next to a maternity hospital in Mexico City.

Gorbachev: 'Cold War' Could Turn Violent

Mikhael Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union, has accused the US of drawing Russia into a new Cold War.

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