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PRIDE: The city's first ever celebration of diversity hits the streets

The Dean of Salisbury says tonight's parade (Sat July 30th) fits in the messages of the historic Magna Carta - freedoms and liberties.

Wiltshire child car seat checks show many are unsafely fitted

Trading Standards carried out checks across the county, including in Salisbury and Tidworth.

Final day for BHS in Salisbury

The city's branch of the department store is one of the first in the UK to close as a result of the sad demise of the High Street chain.

Fordingbridge Responders hand over another Defibrillator

The group says it's really pleased to have reached its goal of five public access defibrillators in 6 months. The latest is officially unveiled at the town's Co-Op store.

Busy summer at Salisbury's Mompesson House means more volunteers needed

The National Trust property is opening seven days a week for the first time this summer, so they need more people to work inside.

£33m Boost For Efforts To Tackle Modern Slavery

An extra £33m is being put into the Government's battle against modern slavery.

Destroyer Warships: Everything You Need To Know

The entire fleet of the Royal Navy's most powerful warships is currently in port and not on operations.

Swimmer Dies Off Coast Of Isles Of Scilly

A man has died while swimming close to a beach in the Isles of Scilly, off the coast of Cornwall.

Sir Philip's Fury At 'Abuse' From BHS Inquiry MP

Former BHS boss Sir Philip Green has accused an MP of turning a parliamentary inquiry on the collapse of the company into "little more than a kangaroo court".

Rowling Rejected Hundreds Of Potter Spin-Offs

JK Rowling has estimated that she has turned down more than 1,500 offers for Harry Potter spin-off projects in the last 10 years.

Missing Foyle's War Actress Found Safe And Well

Foyle's War actress Honeysuckle Weeks, who was reported missing amid concerns for her welfare, has been found safe and well.

Ken Barrie: Voice Of Postman Pat Dies

Ken Barrie, better known as the voice of Postman Pat and other characters of the famous children's series, has died at the age of 83.

Families Release Posthumous Viola Beach Album

The debut album from Viola Beach has been posthumously released, five months after the band were killed in a car crash in Sweden.

Neighbours' Mrs Mangel Actor Vivean Gray Dies

British-born actress Vivean Gray, who played Mrs Nell Mangel in hit Australian TV soap Neighbours, has died aged 92.

Wilton Horse Trials celebrates 40th anniversary

A number of top riders are taking part in the Dressage, Show-Jumping and Cross-Country on Saturday and Sunday (30-31 July).

Klopp: No Excuses, It's My Squad Now

Jurgen Klopp says the Liverpool squad is now his and not the team he inherited from Brendan Rodgers - admitting he can have no excuses for failure this season.

Djokovic Reaches Rogers Cup Semi-Final

Novak Djokovic conceded he needed some luck to earn a place in the semi-finals of the Rogers Cup, following a 7-6, 6-4 victory over Tomas Berdych.

FA Marks 50 Years Since 1966 World Cup Win

English football is marking 50 years since its finest hour, when Sir Alf Ramsey's side beat West Germany 4-2 in the 1966 World Cup final at Wembley.

Zenga Replaces Jackett As Wolves Head Coach

Wolves have announced Walter Zenga will become the club's new head coach following the dismissal of Kenny Jackett on Friday.

Syrian Families 'Leave' Aleppo Rebel Areas

Dozens of families and a number of opposition fighters have left besieged rebel-held areas of Aleppo, according to Syrian state media.

Hot Air Balloon Crash Kills 16 People In Texas

A hot air balloon has crashed with at least 16 people on board in Texas, and officials say there are no survivors.

Five Jailed Over Hundreds Of Cough Syrup Deaths

Five people have been handed jail terms in Panama after a 2006 scandal in which hundreds of people died from a toxic cough syrup.

Muslims Refuse To Bury Priest Killer Kermiche

Muslims have refused to bury one of the terrorists who murdered a Catholic priest as he celebrated Mass.

Belgium Charges Man With Terror Murder Attempt

One man has been charged over an alleged plot to attack Belgium after a series of raids by police.

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