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Ludgershall honours 26 Engineer Regiment

The Rgmt are receiving the greatest honour that can be bestowed on a unit within the Armed Forces.

Wiltshire's big charity pub gig 'Concert at the Kings'

Chris Difford, from 'Squeeze' has told Spire FM News he's really pleased to be involved this year.

Celebrity items under the hammer in Salisbury

A local pub is auctioning dozens of amazing items including signed football shirts from David Beckham and Ronaldo.

'Weaknesses' at Longleat after miniature train derailment, says report

The Office of Rail and Road has released details of their investigation after last summer's incident, which injured six.

Salisbury's plans to mark Magna Carta anniversary revealed

The city will mark 800 years to the day since the world famous document was signed with a parade and an open day.

Ferdinand Retires From Professional Football

Former England captain Rio Ferdinand has announced his retirement from professional football.

Seven-Year-Old Girl Killed In Bicycle Crash

Tributes have been paid to a seven-year-old girl killed in a road crash while cycling with her mother and brother.

Corrie's Anne Kirkbride Celebrated At Memorial

A public memorial service has been held for Anne Kirkbride – the actress known to millions for her role as Deirdre Barlow in Coronation Street.

HMRC Waives £100 Fine For Late Tax Returns

People who missed the deadline for filing their tax returns have been let off the £100 fine, HM Revenue & Customs has confirmed.

Young Families Driving Caravan Comeback

There has seen a marked increase in the number of young families taking their holidays in caravans, with celebrities leading the way.

Corrie's Anne Kirkbride Celebrated At Memorial

A public memorial service has been held for Anne Kirkbride – the actress known to millions for her role as Deirdre Barlow in Coronation Street.

Arts Festival boosting Salisbury's economy by millions

The Ageas Salisbury International Arts Festival reaches its mid-way point, and the benefit to the local economy's been revealed.

Street dance crew taking Salisbury by storm!

Elevate are gearing up for their first ever show and say street dancing has a real place in our city.

'Screech' Actor: I Didn't Mean To Stab Man

TV actor Dustin Diamond has told a court that he did not mean to stab a man during a Christmas Day barroom brawl.

Full House Gets Fuller As Cast Agree To Return

Bob Saget has become the latest star to confirm he will join Netflix's relaunch of the hit series Full House.

Alastair Cook Becomes England's Top Run-Scorer

Cricket captain Alastair Cook has become England's all-time highest test run-scorer, breaking a 20-year-old record.

Ferdinand Retires From Professional Football

Former England captain Rio Ferdinand has announced his retirement from professional football.

Murray Cruises Into French Open Fourth Round

Andy Murray booked his place in the French Open fourth round with a straight sets win over Australia's Nick Kyrgios.

Gill Rejects FIFA Executive Committee Post

Football Association vice-chairman David Gill has confirmed he will not take up his post on FIFA’s executive committee.

Amir Khan Defeats Chris Algieri On Points

Amir Khan claimed a unanimous points victory over American Chris Algieri in their welterweight bout in New York.

Captain Dies After Being Impaled By Swordfish

A fishing boat captain has died after being gored by a swordfish in a harbour in Hawaii.

Cayman Islanders Split Over FIFA Exec's Arrest

Supporters of the most senior FIFA executive accused of corruption by US officials this week have defended his reputation.

UK Flagship Brings Hundreds Of Migrants Ashore

A British Navy warship has taken ashore hundreds of migrants who were trying to make the perilous journey across the Mediterranean Sea.

Cinema Gunman 'Hoped He Would Be Stopped'

James Holmes told a psychiatrist he hoped "a little bit" that the FBI would stop him before he went on his cinema shooting rampage, a court has heard.

US Admits It Sent Lethal Anthrax To Australia

The US military is accused of a "serious breach of trust" in its obligations to protect civilians after admitting it accidentally sent more live samples of anthrax to laboratories than previously thought.

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