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Salisbury couple's urgent appeal for Syrian refugees

Peter & Carol Baker from Laverstock say winter clothes and other items are urgently needed to send to the Samara's Aid Appeal. Please help.

Fordingbridge woman takes on Channel swim for Salisbury counselling service

Jo Fotheringham is part of a relay team taking on the challenge for Sarum Counselling, after personal experience with the service.

Amesbury woman making a jump in the right direction for her sister

Michaela Hill's skydiving from 10,000ft over Old Sarum in aid of the Radnor Ward, and NICU, at Salisbury District Hospital. All for her sister - Amazing!

UPDATE: Missing Salisbury man found safe and well

Concerns were raised over the whereabouts of 81 year old John Newman, but police say he's now been found.

Young carers in Wiltshire getting more mental health support

Charity Carers Support Wiltshire launches workshops to show young people signs that their efforts to help others are getting too much.

Teen Dies After Taking Drugs At Leeds Festival

A teenager has died after taking drugs at Leeds Festival.

Two Airline Pilots Arrested On Alcohol Charge At Glasgow Airport

Two airline pilots have been arrested on suspicion of being under the influence of alcohol before a flight in Glasgow.

Missing Camber Sands Swimmer Is Found Safe

Fears that a swimmer had got into trouble off Camber Sands beach sparked a search and rescue operation - days after five men died there.

Ministers Bar Export Of Queen Victoria Crown Made By Prince Albert

The export of an "iconic" coronet worn by Queen Victoria has been blocked by the Government.

Father Of Oz Backpacker Stabbings Victim Tom Jackson 'Proud'

The family of a Briton stabbed in Australia while trying to save another backpacker say they are "immensely proud" of him.

Amber Heard Calls On Johnny Depp To Double Charity Payout

Amber Heard has urged Johnny Depp to double the $7m (£5.3m) he plans to donate to charity to avoid claims his lawyers are seeking to reduce his divorce payment.

Dwayne Johnson 'The Rock' Tops Forbes List Of Best Paid Actors

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has been named the world's highest paid actor by Forbes, raking in $64.5m (£49m).

Arts Organisations Filling The Gaps For Cash-Strapped Youth Services

Youth services hit by funding cuts are increasingly looking towards arts organisations to fill the gaps.

Statue Of Motorhead's Lemmy Unveiled At His Favourite Bar In Los Angeles

Fans of Motorhead frontman Lemmy have raised more than $22,000 (£16,600) for a life-size statue at his favourite bar in Los Angeles.

Ghostbusters Actress Leslie Jones Targeted In Cyber Attack

Nude photos and personal information about actress Leslie Jones have been posted on her website by a hacker.

Home record maintained for Salisbury FC in last gasp victory

The Whites beat Mangotsfield 2-1 after going behind against the run of play.

Marcus Trescothick Signs Extension With Somerset

Marcus Trescothick has signed a one-year contract extension with Somerset, making next season his 25th in county cricket.

Real Madrid Also Wanted Pogba

Agent Mino Raiola has revealed Real Madrid and a host other clubs were competing for the signature of Paul Pogba.

Daryl Murphy Joins Newcastle United

Daryl Murphy has become Newcastle United's latest signing, arriving from Ipswich Town.

West Ham Sign Juventus Striker Simone Zaza

West Ham have completed the signing of striker Simone Zaza on a season-long loan from Juventus.

Turkey Claims It Has Killed 25 Militants In Syria Airstrikes

The Turkish military claims it has killed 25 Kurdish militants in airstrikes in northern Syria.

Son 'Bludgeons' Parents To Death In New Jersey Home

A son has been arrested after his parents were beaten to death in their New Jersey home.

'Failed Church Bomber' Caught By Congregation In Indonesia

A man who stabbed a priest and attempted to cause an explosion in an Indonesian church is in custody after being chased down by the congregation.

Passengers' Terror As US Plane Engine Falls Apart

A passenger of a US flight looked out of the window to find that large parts of the plane's engine had fallen off.

Italy Prosecutor: Shoddy Renovations May Have Led To Quake Deaths

The prosecutor investigating the aftermath of the Italy earthquake says shoddy cut-price renovations in breach of local building regulations could be partly to blame for the high death toll.

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