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South Wiltshire UTC open for 'business'

Students at the University Techincal College have started lessons at the Wilton Road site.

Front counter hours at Salisbury Police Station to be slashed

Front counter at Bourne Hill to close on Sundays and cut hours on other days to save cash

First look at Naomi House's new facilities

The children's hospice is officially unveiling its refurbishment next week, but we've had a sneak peek.

Shops and businesses raided in Wilton

Criminals target the town raiding six units at Wilton Shopping Village in one night as well as other businesses in the town.

Local pub chain supports Macmillan with two years of fundraising

Hall & Woodhouse, which owns the Wheatsheaf in the Woodford Valley, has handed over £240,000.

Morning Story: The Power Of 'Yes'

How many times have you said no to something and wished you hadn't?

Star Wars Fanatics Gather For 'Force Friday'

Star Wars fanatics have queued through the night to be among the first to get their hands on toys from the new film in the series.

Refugee Crisis: PM Appears To Bow To Pressure

It has been the most shocking image of Europe's summer migration crisis so far.

Britain May Accept Thousands More Refugees

David Cameron is expected to announce details of new measures that could see several thousand refugees living in camps along the Syrian border resettled in Britain, Sky News understands.

Suspect Arrested Over Fake Krays Memorobilia

Detectives are investigating a huge fraud involving the sale of fake memorabilia linked to the infamous Kray gangsters.

Star Wars Fanatics Gather For 'Force Friday'

Star Wars fanatics have queued through the night to be among the first to get their hands on toys from the new film in the series.

No Charges For Mel Gibson Over Abuse Claim

Mel Gibson will not be charged over a claim he shoved and abused a photographer who took photos of him and his new girlfriend.

Avril Lavigne Splits From Husband Chad Kroeger

Avril Lavigne has announced that she has split from her husband of two years, the Nickelback singer Chad Kroeger.

Director Denies Swift's Wildest Dreams Is Racist

The director of Taylor Swift's latest music video has defended the singer after she was accused of creating a African colonial fantasy in the video.

Train Hero Joins Dancing With The Stars Cast

An American soldier who helped overpower a gunman on a French train will soon be displaying some new nifty moves - as he joins the cast of Dancing with the Stars.

Bale's Header Puts Wales On The Brink

Gareth Bale’s 82nd-minute header secured a 1-0 victory in Cyprus and put Wales on the brink of their first major tournament since 1958.

La Rioja wins the big race at Salisbury today.

Local trainer Richard Hannon has to settle for second spot in the feature race as Henry Candy's La Rioja proves too powerful

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.

Wales Overtake England In FIFA Rankings

England are below Wales in the FIFA rankings for the first time, after falling two places to 10th.

Sky's Chris Froome Out Of Vuelta A Espana

Chris Froome has withdrawn from the Vuelta a Espana after scans confirmed he broke his foot in a crash on stage 11.

Dead Boys' Aunt Tells Of Asylum Claim Despair

The aunt of two small boys who drowned trying to reach Greece after fleeing the war in Syria has pleaded with Canada to improve its asylum application process.

Britain May Accept Thousands More Refugees

David Cameron is expected to announce details of new measures that could see several thousand refugees living in camps along the Syrian border resettled in Britain, Sky News understands.

MH370: Flaperon Definitely From Missing Plane

The piece of wing washed up on Reunion Island has been formally identified as part of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.

'Cat And Mouse' For Migrants At German Town

It is pitch dark and just after 5am. The blackness of night is lit up by the blue flash of a police car warning traffic of the impending checkpoint ahead.

Drowned Boys' Father Tells How Boat Capsized

The father of a three-year-old boy photographed lying dead on a beach has said all he wants to do is "lie in a grave" with his children.

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