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Salisbury's Christmas Market officially opens tonight.

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Lantern parade and music to launch city's third Christmas Market

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£56,000 boost for Stars Appeal new breast cancer unit campaign

This year's Rockbourne Fair raises more than £56,000 for the Stars Appeal

Maltings shopping centre in Salisbury sold for almost £25 million

But what does this mean for the multi million pound plans to redevelop the site?

Salisbury charity teams up with Tesco to help hungry people in crisis

The Trussell Trust is to have a foodbank collection point in EVERY Tesco store across the country for three days.

Salisbury beauty shop closes after less than a year

Store,opened by TV soap star, closes after 11 months in the city

Supermarkets Named And Shamed On Chicken Bug

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Seventy percent of chickens sold in major supermarkets tested positive for the presence of campylobacter - the UK’s biggest cause of food poisoning, a Food Standards Agency (FSA) study shows.

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Man Held In Belfast Over McConville Murder

A man has been arrested in West Belfast as part of the investigation into the abduction and murder of Jean McConville in 1972.

Net Migration To UK Soars By More Than 40%

David Cameron's pledge to crackdown on immigration has been dealt a major blow after new figures showed net migration to the UK had rocketed to 260,000 - a hike of 43%.

Thirteen Convicted Over Teen Girls Sex Ring

Thirteen men have been convicted of running a sex ring that saw teenage British girls abused, raped and prostituted.

Scotland Must Get Full Tax Powers - Commission

The Scottish Parliament should be given new powers over tax and welfare as part of a deal in the wake of the independence referendum, it has been recommended.

Take That Snub Spotify With Google Album Deal

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Take That have snubbed Spotify after striking a deal with Google's streaming service for their new album.

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Cosby Tried To Keep Sex Assault Claims Secret

Bill Cosby has said he gave the National Enquirer an exclusive interview in 2005 in exchange for the tabloid dropping a story by a woman accusing him of sexual assault.

Ghomeshi Faces Charges Of Sexual Assault

Celebrity radio host Jian Ghomeshi has been charged with sexual assault in one of Canada's biggest scandals.

Burt Reynolds To Sell Trophies And Costumes

Burt Reynolds is auctioning off hundreds of his possessions, including awards and costumes from his films, as he struggles with financial problems.

Ten Celebrities Who Have Insured Body Parts

With big money riding on the careers of top musicians, actors and sports stars, many are rumoured to have taken steps to protect the tools of their trade.

Twelvetrees Recalled To England Line-Up

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Billy Twelvetrees has been called into the England side for the final QBE International against Australia on Saturday.

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Former Rangers Owner Detained In Mexico

Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte has been detained in Mexico after failing to attend a number of High Court hearings in London.

Phillip Hughes Dies After Severe Head Injury

Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes has died after suffering a severe head injury during a Sydney cricket match.

Liverpool Champions League Hopes Alive

Liverpool's Champions League hopes remain alive after they secured a 2-2 draw away to European minnows Ludogorets in Bulgaria.

Arsenal Qualify For Champs League Last 16

Arsenal put their recent troubles behind them by beating Borussia Dortmund 2-0 at the Emirates to qualify for the knockout stages of the Champions League with a game to spare.

Kim Jong-Un's Little Sister Takes Top Job

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North Korea has named Kim Jong-Un's younger sister as a senior party official, confirming her rise to become a potential key aide to the leader.

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British Paedophile Suspect Held At Thai School

A British man wanted by police over a number of alleged paedophile offences has been arrested at a school in northeast Thailand, local officials said.

Oil Prices Set To Remain Lower On OPEC Split

A key meeting of some of the world's biggest oil producers is tipped to maintain production at current levels, despite pressure to raise prices by cutting output.

Phillip Hughes' Head Injury Was 'Catastrophic'

The Australian cricket team doctor has revealed the extent of the "catastrophic" head injury suffered by Phillip Hughes during a match in Sydney.

Briton Among Dead In Kabul Embassy Car Attack

A British national is among five people killed in a Taliban suicide attack on a UK embassy vehicle in Afghanistan's capital Kabul, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has said.

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