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Dog wins award for helping South Wiltshire family of injured war hero

Sprocker Spaniel wins national dog competition for helping a local family deal with a life changing tragedy.

E-fit released after suspicious incident in Harnham

Man claiming to be tree surgeon targets 93 year old woman in Harnham

Thousnds of pounds raised in Wiltshire to fund life saving research

British Heart Foundation has also funded more than 240 defibrillators in the county

Tidworth woman's lucky escape from house fire

The woman, in her 60s, was smoking in her bed when her cigarette set light to her bed.

Warning cuts ARE damaging Wiltshire Police

Wiltshire Police Federation say £26 million cuts are affecting your police service.

Two UK Terrorists Win Jail Segregation Claims

Two terrorists who were kept apart from other prisoners for extended periods have won challenges at the UK's highest court.

PM Vows To 'Wipe Out' Child Trafficking In UK

David Cameron will become the first British Prime Minister to visit Vietnam later – and is set to make a promise to "wipe out" child trafficking in the UK.

One Killed As 1,500 Migrants Storm Eurotunnel

One man has died after 1,500 migrants tried to storm their way into the Eurotunnel overnight - among 37,000 who have been stopped since January.

Corbyn Takes 20-Point Lead In Leadership Poll

A new poll has put Labour leadership candidate Jeremy Corbyn almost 20 points ahead of his nearest rival.

'No Evidence' Street Light Cuts Are Dangerous

Cutting the amount of street lighting has no discernible effect on road safety or crime levels, according to new research.

Bond Song Bets Suspended After Radiohead Tip

Bookies have suspended betting on who will sing the next James Bond theme tune after an attempt at a huge wager backing Radiohead.

Birkin Wants Name Taken Off Hermes Croc Bag

British actress and singer Jane Birkin has asked Hermes to remove her name from one of its best-selling bags due to the "cruel" crocodile farming and slaughtering practices used.

Keaton To Play Nun Opposite Law's Young Pope

Diane Keaton is to play a nun opposite Jude Law in a new television drama about a fictional pope.

Salisbury nightclub swapping raving for opera this week

The Chapel is playing host to the Winterbourne Opera, as they perform their version of Faust.

It's Time Up For X Factor Voice-Over Man

The man who has introduced the winners and, perhaps more memorable, losers on The X Factor for 11 years has announced he is leaving.

West Brom Sign James Chester From Hull City

West Brom have completed the signing of James Chester from Hull on a four-year contract.

Jose Hits Back After Jibe From Rafa's Wife

Jose Mourinho has fired back at Rafael Benitez' wife after she said the Chelsea manager left a mess at Real Madrid which her husband now has to clean up.

Cahill And Costa Doubtful For Arsenal Clash

Jose Mourinho has admitted Gary Cahill and Diego Costa are both doubtful for Chelsea's Community Shield match with Arsenal on Sunday.

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.

Khan Hints Of Bout With Brook Next Year

Amir Khan has revealed that talks have taken place with Kell Brook's promoter Eddie Hearn regarding an all-British clash at Wembley.

Calais Migrant Crisis: What You Need To Know

The problem with migrants at Calais might not be new but the number of people in makeshift camps trying to cross the Britain has increased at an alarming rate.

Taliban Leader Mullah Omar Dead - Reports

The Afghan government has said it is investigating reports reclusive Taliban leader Mullah Omar has died.

Mexico Coach Sacked After 'Punching' Journalist

The manager of Mexico's football team has been sacked after a television reporter claimed he was punched by the coach.

Suspect Held Over 30-Year-Old Deadly Rampage

A man has been arrested in Australia three decades after a series of bombings and shootings left four people dead.

Birkin Wants Name Taken Off Hermes Croc Bag

British actress and singer Jane Birkin has asked Hermes to remove her name from one of its best-selling bags due to the "cruel" crocodile farming and slaughtering practices used.

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