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Council tax frozen in Wiltshire for fifth year
Budget approved including 100 areas where savings can be made including introducing a charge for green bins.
Wiltshire and Hampshire Air Ambulances get cash from banking fines fund
Air Ambulance Charities in Wiltshire and Hampshire cash in on Libor Fund
Fewer police for New Forest to save money
Hampshire Police are cutting the number of regular officers and replacing them with PCSOs.
Park and Ride services in Salisbury secured
There's a new contract for Park and Ride buses in Salisbury
Trailer stolen from Wiltshire Wildlife Hospital
It was taken from the charity's 17 acre site at Newton Tony on Monday
Kenya Child Sex Abuse Brit Jailed For 17 Years
A former school teacher who ran a charity helping African street children has been jailed for 17 years and four months for abusing young Kenyan boys.
Dunkin' Donuts Sorry For Liverpool Badge Gaffe
Dunkin' Donuts has apologised to Liverpool fans after replacing the Hillsborough eternal flames on the club's crest with coffee cups as part of a Twitter campaign.
UK Spooks Blamed For Turning 'Jihadi John'
A group calling itself an "independent advocacy organisation" has posted an essay on its website saying 'Jihadi John' was harrassed by UK spooks for four years.
Web Firms Told To Do More To Tackle Terror
The UK Government has once again attacked internet companies like Facebook, Twitter and Google for failing to do more to tackle terrorist activity on their platforms.
Farage To Get Hero's Welcome From US Group
UKIP leader Nigel Farage is expected to get a celebrity reception in Washington when he addresses America's most high-profile right-wing conference this week.
Redmayne Keeping Career On Track With Thomas
After winning an Oscar Eddie Redmayne won't be railroaded into taking new roles, but he has agreed to voice one of the engines in a new Thomas The Tank Engine film.
Band Name Lands Scarlett Johansson In Dispute
Her own name carries a lot of weight in Hollywood but now Scarlett Johansson is facing a legal dispute over the name of her new group.
'Titans' Actor Will Patton Arrested For DUI
Actor Will Patton, best known for Remember The Titans and Armageddon, has been arrested for driving under the influence, a report said.
Banksy Goes Undercover To Make Gaza Film
Banksy has released a video of a satirical travel advert for Gaza after travelling to the area undercover.
Lohan Ordered To Do More Community Service
Lindsay Lohan has been ordered to complete 125 additional hours of community service as part of her probation following a dispute over whether she performed the work.
Murray Beaten By 18-Year-Old Rival Coric
An out-of-sorts Andy Murray has lost in straight sets to Croatian teenager Borna Coric to crash out of the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships.
Losing To Monaco Horrible, Says Wenger
Arsene Wenger has described Arsenal's 3-1 loss to Monaco in the first leg of their Champions League last-16 tie as a "horrible night".
The Latest Headlines From Sky Sports News
A round-up of the latest stories from the world of sport - brought to you from the Sky Sports News HQ.
Leverkusen Edge Past Atletico Madrid
Bayer Leverkusen beat Atletico Madrid 1-0 in the first leg of their last-16 UEFA Champions League clash at the BayArena.
Alonso May Be Back In Time For Oz GP
Fernando Alonso may have recovered well enough from last Sunday's crash in time to race in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix on 15 March.
Zombie Walk Hit-And-Run Driver Faces Charge
A man who seriously injured a woman when he ploughed his car through a crowd at a zombie walk in San Diego, California, is facing a felony charge, prosecutors say.
Algeria Gas Plant Attack Intel Shared Too Late
An "unnecessary and unintentional" delay meant intelligence about terrorists planning to kidnap British workers was not passed on before a gas plant siege which led to 40 deaths.
NFL: Adrian Peterson Suspension Overturned
Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson's suspension amid a child cruelty case has been overturned by a federal judge.
US Convicts Bin Laden Aide Over Africa Attacks
A Saudi man considered one of Osama bin Laden's "original and most trusted lieutenants" has been convicted in connection with the 1998 bombings of US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania which left over 200 people dead.
Llama Drama As Animals Run Wild On Streets
A pair of confused llamas ran amok through streets in Arizona in a drama screened live on US news channels, sparking a social media sensation.