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Emotional appeal for more of us to sign organ donor register

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Carla Gair, who grew up in Salisbury, urgently needs a heart transplant

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New name for SCFC expected today (20th Dec)

Fans of the former 'Salisbury City FC' have good reason to celebrate with a special event at the Vestry in Salisbury from 2.00pm.

Final game of the year for Salisbury Rugby

The green and whites play Midsomer Norton, but confidence has built so much that 4 senior sides have a match.

Mid-winter lantern procession in Amesbury

It starts this afternoon (20th Dec) outside the Melor Hall History Centre.

A303 tunnel 'called in to question' by archaeological find

What should be given priority? The new A303 tunnel at Stonehenge or an archaeological find so rare it could re-write British history?

May Wants To 'Send Home' Foreign Graduates

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Foreign students could be forced to leave the UK after their courses finish under tough new rules being considered by the Home Secretary, reports say.

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Domestic Abuse Victims Warned Over Presents

Victims of domestic abuse are being warned to beware of Christmas gifts containing hidden spyware.

Tsunami Survivor: 'I Felt Guilty I'd Lived'

When Amanda Rabbow describes the hours she fought for her life in the Boxing Day tsunami in 2004, it is as if she is back in the wave again.

Booze Bus Aims To Ease Pressure On A&E

A mobile treatment centre costing nearly half a million pounds has been opened to keep drunk people out of A&E.

X Factor's Mel B Had 'Big Row' With Husband

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X Factor judge Mel B has spoken of having a "big row" with her husband, amid reports she has walked out on him.

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Daniel Craig Spotted Filming Spectre In London

Daniel Craig has taken to the water in London to shoot the first scenes for the 24th James Bond film, Spectre.

North Korea: We Can Prove Hacking Wasn't Us

North Korea says it can prove it had nothing to do with the cyber-attack on Sony and proposes a joint investigation with the US.

Sony: 'We Had No Choice' But To Cancel Film

Sony has defended its decision to cancel a film mocking the North Korean regime after the studio suffered a damaging cyber-attack.

Obama: Sony 'Made Mistake' In Pulling Film

Barack Obama says Sony "made a mistake" by cancelling a film mocking the North Korean regime after the studio suffered a damaging cyber-attack.

New name for SCFC expected today (20th Dec)

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Fans of the former 'Salisbury City FC' have good reason to celebrate with a special event at the Vestry in Salisbury from 2.00pm.

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Final game of the year for Salisbury Rugby

The green and whites play Midsomer Norton, but confidence has built so much that 4 senior sides have a match.

Hartley Sees Red As Northampton Edge Leicester

Northampton edged out Leicester 23-19 at Franklin's Gardens as Saints captain Dylan Hartley was sent-off for elbowing an opponent in the face and could now miss the start of England's Six Nations campaign.

Premier League Round-Up: United Held By Villa

Manchester United were prevented from recording a seventh straight Premier League victory as they were held to a 1-1 draw by 10-man Aston Villa at Villa Park.

The Latest Headlines From Sky Sports News

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

May Wants To 'Send Home' Foreign Graduates

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Foreign students could be forced to leave the UK after their courses finish under tough new rules being considered by the Home Secretary, reports say.

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China's Fine Wine That's Fit For The Queen

A 10-hour drive northeast of Beijing, China's Liaoning Province is frigid and bleak at this time of year.

Tsunami Survivor: 'I Felt Guilty I'd Lived'

When Amanda Rabbow describes the hours she fought for her life in the Boxing Day tsunami in 2004, it is as if she is back in the wave again.

Mother Charged Over Deaths Of Eight Children

A woman has been charged with the murder of eight children at a house in Cairns, northern Australia, police have said.

Two New York Cops 'Assassinated' In Ambush

Two New York City police officers have been killed by a lone gunman as they sat in their parked patrol car in broad daylight.

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