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4 drug arrests made across Salisbury and Amesbury

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Wiltshire Police conducted a series of raids with warrants to search 14 addresses as part of Operation Harness.

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Help for Heroes calling for cakes

The South Wiltshire based charity is looking for our best bakes for them to sell on in the Old George Mall for donations.

Whites supporters club cycle 215 mile for children's cancer charity

Charlie's Cycling Circus are making their way to Chester for the last home game of the season.

2,300 people respond to Wiltshire youth services consultation

The authority needs to save £190,000 and says their preferred option is to have more community led services.

Parking charge review set to start with town and parish councils

Wiltshire Council say they want to find out what their smaller counterparts think about the fees for parking across the county.

Coffee-Drinking 'Can Cut Diabetes Risk'

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Drinking more coffee could lead to an "immediate" reduction in diabetes risk, research has found.

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Roehampton Murder: Teenager Held By Police

A teenager has been arrested in connection with the death of a man killed during a break-in.

Kate And William Remember Australia's War Dead

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have risen before dawn to remember Australia's war dead on the last day of their tour Down Under.

Health Atlas Reveals Patterns Of Illness

A new health "atlas" has for the first time revealed extraordinary patterns in disease across the country.

The Challenges Of Raising A Disabled Child

I have a beautiful six-year-old son named Curtis who lights up any room the minute he walks into it.

Liam Gallagher Sparks Oasis Reunion Rumours

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A series of cryptic tweets from former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher has provoked a frenzy of speculation that the band could reform.

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Coronation Street Star Knox Hires 'Mr Loophole'

Coronation Street actress Barbara Knox has hired a lawyer known as 'Mr Loophole' after being charged with drink driving.

London Grammar And Newman Up For Novello

John Newman is up against London Grammar and Palma Violets for the prestigious Ivor Novello songwriting award.

Ohio Kidnap Victims Want Joan Rivers Apology

Lawyers for two women kidnapped and held for a decade have called for American comedian Joan Rivers to apologise after she compared her living arrangements to theirs in captivity.

Andy Warhol Originals Found On Floppy Disk

Original artworks by Andy Warhol which have been lost for three decades have been found on floppy disks.

Sky Sports News Headlines

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

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No Approach From United, Confirms Klopp

Borussia Dortmund coach Jurgen Klopp says he has not been approached by Manchester United to fill the managerial vacancy at Old Trafford following David Moyes' sacking earlier this week.

Ramires Handed Four-Match Ban

Chelsea midfielder Ramires has been handed a four-match suspension after a Football Association charge of violent conduct went uncontested.

Ecclestone On Trial In Munich

Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has gone on trial in Munich on charges of bribery.

Moyes Tipped For Return To Management

David Moyes will make a successful return to management soon, according to the man who replaced him at Everton.

Kate And William Remember Australia's War Dead

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have risen before dawn to remember Australia's war dead on the last day of their tour Down Under.

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Paedophile Abused Up To 60 Pupils at School

As many as 60 pupils have been drugged and sexually abused by a prolific paedophile at a London school.

US Accuses Russia Of Ukraine 'Deception'

US Secretary of State John Kerry has accused Russia of "deception" and "destabilisation" in Ukraine and hinted at imposing more sanctions.

Israel: Hamas Unity Deal 'Kills Peace Process'

Israel has officially suspended US-sponsored peace talks after rival Palestinian groups Fatah and Hamas ended a seven-year split to create a united government.

Earthquake Rattles Vancouver Island Residents

An earthquake of magnitude 6.6 has been recorded off Canada's Vancouver Island.

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