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Former care worker jailed for 5 months for abusing elderly people at a Salisbury nursing home

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Senior care worker who mistreated patients with dementia at Milford Manor Care Home is behind bars.

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Fancy a run up the Rock of Gibraltar?

One Salisbury man's set to scale the 1600 foot high for charity.

Salisbury Music Awards handed out for the third time

The annual event is billed as the city music scene's 'office party', celebrating their achievements.

Wiltshire Air Ambulance gets new helicopter

The charity needs a new aircraft as its partnership with the Police force comes to an end.

Huge spike in bike thefts in Salisbury city centre

Police are giving us advice to keep our bikes safe and say it's all types that are being targeted.

Clooney's In-Laws Stage Wedding Do In Bucks

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George Clooney and new wife Amal had the wedding of the year but it seems they are not ready to stop celebrating with another party planned in Buckinghamshire.

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Scottish Labour Leader In Shock Resignation

Johann Lamont has resigned as leader of the Scottish Labour Party, after claiming her colleagues "do not understand the politics they are facing" - with Gordon Brown a possible successor.

Webb: Peep Show Cast Won't Die In Finale

Peep show star Robert Webb has told Sky News he will not kill off any characters in the series finale - just in case he wants to revisit the comedy.

Tony Blair Denies Saying Miliband Can't Win

Former Prime Minister Tony Blair has denied saying that Labour leader Ed Miliband cannot win the next General Election.

E-Cig Ban Poses Smoking Danger, Says Expert

Growing calls for e-cigarettes to be banned in public risk sending smokers back to tobacco, an industry expert has told Sky News.

Clooney's In-Laws Stage Wedding Do In Bucks

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George Clooney and new wife Amal had the wedding of the year but it seems they are not ready to stop celebrating with another party planned in Buckinghamshire.

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Webb: Peep Show Cast Won't Die In Finale

Peep show star Robert Webb has told Sky News he will not kill off any characters in the series finale - just in case he wants to revisit the comedy.

Jane Fonda 'Applauds' Studio For New Film

Jane Fonda has told Sky News Entertainment Week she believes movie studios have dumbed down by concentrating on special effects-driven "tent pole" films.

Jackie Chan Makes Pledge To Be A Better Father

Jackie Chan has vowed to become a better father in his first public comments since his son Jaycee was arrested on drugs charges.

1D Slammed Over Chimpanzee In New Video

Animal rights activists have called for One Direction to cut immediately a scene containing a chimpanzee from their new music video.

Rodallega Double Keeps Fulham Rolling

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Hugo Rodallega scored twice and Scott Parker was on target against his old club as Fulham climbed out of the Sky Bet Championship bottom three with a 3-0 home win over Charlton.

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Munster Much Too Strong For Saracens

Munster took control of European Rugby Champions Cup Pool 1 with a 14-3 victory over Saracens at Thomond Park.

Caterham To Miss US And Brazilian GPs

Caterham have been given permission to miss the upcoming two races in Austin and Brazil while a buyer is sought for the cash-strapped team.

Sky Sports News Headlines

A round-up of the latest stories from the world of sport - brought to you from the Sky Sports News HQ.

Murray Beats Anderson In Spain

Andy Murray made it through to the semi-finals of the Valencia Open with a hard-earned 6-7 (3-7) 6-4 6-4 comeback win against Kevin Anderson on Friday.

Woman Hanged In Iran Despite Call For Retrial

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A woman has been executed in Iran after being convicted of murdering a man who she claimed was trying to rape her.

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Google Executive Sets New Freefall Jump Record

A senior Google executive has set a new record for the highest parachute jump at more than 135,000 feet (41,000 metres).

Egypt Declares Emergency After Sinai Attack

Egypt has declared a three-month state of emergency on the Sinai Peninsula after a suicide car bomb attack killed more than 30 soldiers.

Automatic Quarantine In US For Ebola Medics

New York and New Jersey are to begin automatically quarantining medical staff who return from areas badly affected by Ebola.

Human Remains Are Missing Student Hannah Graham

Police say remains found in a dried-up creek in rural Virginia are those of British-born student Hannah Graham.

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