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Fake Speed Camera Controversy in Shrewton

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Resident told to take it down despite drivers slowing down through the village

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Alderbury shop hopes to mark turn around with extension

The store on Canal Lane is looking to double its size after boosting its trade.

Traffic pilot for Cathedral Close

Debate over whether St Ann's Gate is fit to take traffic during the 4 week trial

Salisbury to hold fourth Fashion Week

Organisers promise even better Fashion Week for the city

Bishop of Salisbury becomes patron of children's charity

Nicholas Holtam and his wife named patrons of local charity Children's Chance

MH17 Families: 'We Want Our Children Home'

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The father of one of the 10 Britons killed when flight MH17 was shot down has urged a pause in the fighting in eastern Ukraine "so we can get all the boys and girls home".

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Watchdog To Confirm Bank Bonus Clawback Plan

The UK banking watchdog will confirm on Wednesday that it is introducing the world's toughest rules for clawing back bankers' pay, even as it offers a fig-leaf to the industry by dropping some of its most punitive proposals for reform.

Rugby Star Guilty Of Assaulting Ex-Miss Wales

Welsh international rugby in Ian Gough has been found guilty of assaulting his ex-girlfriend Sophia Cahill, a former Miss Wales.

Beata Bryl Murder: CCTV Released In New Appeal

Police investigating the murder of a woman who was bludgeoned to death before being set on fire eight years ago have made a fresh appeal for information.

Royal Marsden Hospital Worker Jailed For Scam

A hospital worker has been jailed over her pivotal role in a fraud that saw more than £640,000 meant for cancer drugs being blown on designer goods and mortgage payments.

Star Wars Filming 'Hijacks' Rare Bird Island

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The makers of the latest installment of the Star Wars franchise have been criticised for filming on a rocky outcrop off the coast of Ireland which is home to thousands of rare birds

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Tracey Emin Bed To Return To Tate On Loan

Tracey Emin's unmade bed, complete with empty vodka bottles and cigarette butts, is returning to the Tate after more than 15 years

Ninja Turtles Film Poster Causes 9/11 Anger

A poster showing the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles falling from a skyscraper with the date September 11 has appeared on Twitter.

Walken Is King Of The Jungle Book Remake

Christopher Walken is to voice the orangutan King Louie in Disney's new version of the Jungle Book.

Sutherland Responds To 'Unprofessional' Jibe

Kiefer Sutherland has said he is surprised at Freddie Prinze Jr's comments about wanting to quit acting after working with him on 24.

England bowlers chip away against India

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India were reduced to 323-8 in reply to England's first-innings 569-7 declared by the close of day three of the third Test in Southampton.

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Origi Joins Liverpool In £10m Deal

Liverpool have signed Belgium striker Divock Origi from Lille for a fee of £10million.

Defensive Duo Complete Moves To Hull

Hull City have spent almost £6m to complete the signing of defenders Harry Maguire and Andrew Robertson.

Southampton duo are staying, insists chairman

Jay Rodriguez and Morgan Schneiderlin will not be leaving Southampton during this transfer window, the club's chairman Ralph Krueger has told Sky Sports News.

Barkley signs new Everton contract

Everton midfielder Ross Barkley has signed a new four-year deal with the club.

Last Surviving Hiroshima Bomb Crewman Dies

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The last surviving crew member of the Enola Gay - the plane that dropped a nuclear bomb over Hiroshima - has died.

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Gaza Conflict 'Is Like An Endless Horror Film'

"Stay safe," people keep telling us.

Hamas Defiant As Gaza Suffers Bloodiest Day

The leader of Hamas' military wing has issued a rare statement, saying there will be no end to the fighting with Israel until the blockade of the Gaza Strip is lifted.

Star Wars Filming 'Hijacks' Rare Bird Island

The makers of the latest installment of the Star Wars franchise have been criticised for filming on a rocky outcrop off the coast of Ireland which is home to thousands of rare birds

China Investigates Former Security Chief

One of China's most feared and powerful men is being investigated in a suspected corruption probe.

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