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Salisbury City fans get reassurance over season tickets

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The club's new board has been updating supporters and introduced them to who could be the new manager.

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Spanish Great Bustards coming to South Wiltshire

The Great Bustard Group has found the continental birds are a better DNA match to the Wiltshire ones.

Firefighters beating down crop fire on Salisbury Plain

Crews for 8 stations are working to put out the blaze in Rollestone.

Salisbury bus crashes into scaffolding injuring one person

A man's been hurt as the scaffolding he was on was pulled down by a double decker.

Charity aims to help more struggling families with under 5s

An Amesbury based charity is trying to reach out to more mums and dads in need.

Tulisa Found Guilty Of Assaulting Blogger

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Tulisa Contostavlos has been found guilty of assaulting a celebrity blogger at V Festival in Essex last year.

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Sham Marriages 'Rising At Alarming Rate' In UK

Tens of thousands of immigrants could be coming into the UK every year through sham marriages, the head of an influential committee of MPs has warned.

Mother Admits Beating Mikaeel Kular To Death

Mikaeel Kular's mother has pleaded guilty to killing her three-year-old son, who she subjected to repeated assaults.

Prince William Friend Guilty Of Drink Driving

A close friend of Prince William has been found guilty of drink driving, despite claiming his iPhone interfered with a breath test machine.

Fifi Geldof's Anger At 'Selfish' Peaches Remark

Fifi Geldof has hit out at a social media user who criticised her late sister Peaches for being "selfish".

Tulisa Found Guilty Of Assaulting Blogger

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Tulisa Contostavlos has been found guilty of assaulting a celebrity blogger at V Festival in Essex last year.

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New Photo Shows Ben Affleck As Caped Crusader

It does not give much away but a new image of Ben Affleck as the Dark Knight has been released by DC Comics.

Fifi Geldof's Anger At 'Selfish' Peaches Remark

Fifi Geldof has hit out at a social media user who criticised her late sister Peaches for being "selfish".

McConaughey Surprises Fans At Comic-Con

British director Christopher Nolan has provided a shock at Comic-Con - by appearing on stage alongside Oscar winner Matthew McConaughey to promote their new film Interstellar.

Secret Cinema Cancels Back To The Future Opener

Film lovers have reacted with fury after an immersive cinema firm cancelled the opening night of its Back To The Future event hours before it was due to start.

Salisbury City fans get reassurance over season tickets

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The club's new board has been updating supporters and introduced them to who could be the new manager.

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Wales Co-Captain Charged With Doping

European 400m hurdles champion Rhys Williams has withdrawn from the Commonwealth Games after being charged with doping offences.

Jadeja Fined For Anderson Row

India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja has been fined 50 per cent of his match fee for his part in a confrontation with James Anderson at Trent Bridge.

Lampard Completes New York Switch

England midfielder Frank Lampard has confirmed he will join the MLS team New York City FC on a two-year contract.

Double Gold For England

England clinched a golden double in the triathlon events at the Commonwealth Games as Alistair Brownlee won the men’s event and Jodie Stimpson triumphed in the women’s race.

Amazon Bleeds Value After Posting $126m Loss

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Amazon's strategy of putting investment ahead of profits prompted a further share sell-off in after-hours trading last night, when it emerged losses deteriorated in its last quarter.

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Al Jazeera Journalist To Appeal Conviction

Jailed Al Jazeera journalist Peter Greste is to appeal against his conviction for terrorism-related offences in Egypt.

Russia's Putin Clamps Down Amid MH17 Dissent

They're laying flowers outside the Dutch embassy in Moscow, and with them they're leaving notes.

Chiquita Colombia Deaths Lawsuits Thrown Out

A US court has thrown out claims that US fruit giant Chiquita was liable for thousands of deaths during Colombia's civil war.

'No Survivors' On Air Algerie Flight AH5017

No one survived an Air Algerie flight which crashed in southern Mali, French President Francois Hollande has said.

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