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Blue Boar Row re-opens after pedestrian knocked down

One of Salisbury's busiest roads was closed for over 2 hours this afternoon (Tues 3 May) after a man was struck by a car.

'Sit-down' protest at Stonehenge over solstice changes

King Arthur Pendragon led the demonstration at the stone circle on Sunday morning, against car parking charges and an alcohol ban.

'Fisherton Festival' draws bumper crowd

Second Fisherton Festival hailed a success as 10,000 attend Wiltshire's biggest street party.

Laverstock couple doing their bit to help Syrian families in crisis

Peter and Carol Baker have been putting together aid parcels to send out for people in the war zone - can you help them?

Thousands of pounds worth of tools stolen from property in Woodford Valley

Police are asking us to get in touch if we are offered any cheap tools.

Play Mobile Game To Help Dementia Research

Members of the public are being invited to join the battle against dementia by downloading and playing a video game on their mobile devices.

Govt Urged To Consider Halting Saudi Arms Sales

Members of an influential parliamentary committee have called on the Government to consider suspending arms sales to Saudi Arabia following claims the kingdom and its allies have broken international humanitarian law by bombing civilians in Yemen.

Airport Expansion: Govt Must 'Make Up Its Mind'

Ministers have been urged to "end years of dithering" and set out a clear timetable for airport expansion.

Premier League Boss: Leicester Give Hope To All

Leicester City have given every team hope of matching their remarkable achievement and becoming English champions, according to Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore.

Radiohead Release Surprise New Song And Video

Radiohead have posted a new song and video online, just days after deleting their entire history of tweets and other social media posts.

Prince Had 'No Control Over Cocaine Habit'

Pop superstar Prince had an uncontrollable cocaine habit, according to newly released police call records.

Beyonce Ditches Lemonade For Watermelon Water

Beyonce may have just released an album called Lemonade, but it seems there's another beverage that has caught her imagination.

Hamilton Nominated For Record 16 Tony Awards

Hamilton has secured a record 16 nominations at the Tony Awards, making it the front runner to secure the coveted top prize of best new musical.

MTV's Catfish Star Ashley Sawyer Dies Aged 23

A reality star who appeared on MTV's show Catfish has died aged 23, the channel has confirmed.

Last away game of the season for Salisbury FC

The Whites play Fareham Town in a Wessex Premier League match, with the manager admitting he'll be resting players.

Ronaldo Ruled Fit For Man City Encounter

Cristiano Ronaldo has been declared fit to face Manchester City in Real Madrid's Champions League semi-final second-leg match on Wednesday.

Kvyat To Meet Red Bull Bosses Amid GP Clashes

Red Bull chiefs will sit down with under-pressure Daniil Kvyat ahead of the next race in Spain after his clashes with Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel "screwed" the team's race in Russia.

Probe Into Spurs/Blues Stamford Bridge Spat

Tottenham and Chelsea could find themselves in trouble after a fractious night at Stamford Bridge saw 12 players being booked.

Taylor Recalls Day He Thought He'd Die

James Taylor has told Sky Sports how he feared the heart condition that brought his cricket career to an end might also have ended his life.

Ted Cruz Calls Time On 2016 White House Bid

Republican presidential hopeful Ted Cruz has suspended his White House campaign after being soundly defeated in Indiana.

Govt Urged To Consider Halting Saudi Arms Sales

Members of an influential parliamentary committee have called on the Government to consider suspending arms sales to Saudi Arabia following claims the kingdom and its allies have broken international humanitarian law by bombing civilians in Yemen.

Trump Is 'Presumptive Nominee', Says GOP Boss

The chairman of the Republican National Committee has declared Donald Trump the party's "presumptive nominee" after the property mogul notched a resounding victory in Indiana.

Women 'Tortured To Death In House Of Horrors'

At least two women may have been tortured to death by a man and his ex-wife at a house in western Germany, according to investigators.

Tourists Terrified As Winds Batter Balloon

A group of tourists said they thought they were going to die when a helium passenger balloon was blown around wildly by strong winds.

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