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Bulford dog walker attacked by teenagers trying to steal her pet

The woman was hit in the face as the teens pulled at her dog's lead, but she managed to hold on.

Haggis to Pasty riders pushing towards fundraising target

Cycle team have completed their challenge to raise money for Salisbury Hospice and now need to collect the pledges.

Could you be Salisbury Cathedral's next stonemasonry star?

The works department is giving us a chance to try out the age old craft for ourselves.

Pre-season friendly campaign gets underway for Salisbury FC

The Whites start their preparation for the new season with a trip to Dorchester.

Porton Down staff collect medals for work volunteering to tackle ebola

They were among some of the doctors, nurses, military personnel, and civil servants meeting Prime Minister David Cameron

Michael Barrymore 'Suing Police Over Arrest'

Essex Police have refused to comment on reports Michael Barrymore is suing them after being arrested over the death of a man in his swimming pool.

Nearly Half The Public Supports Welfare Cuts

Nearly half of the public support cutting benefits, according to a Sky News survey, as George Osborne prepares to announce £12bn of welfare cuts in his first Conservative Budget.

Brit Backpacker Murders: Thailand Trial Begins

The trial of two Burmese men accused of murdering British backpackers Hannah Witheridge from Norfolk and David Miller from Jersey has begun in Thailand.

Rainham Fire: Huge Blaze At Pallet Yard

At least 80 firefighters have been battling a huge fire at a pallet yard in east London.

Budget To Slow Pace Of Welfare Cuts: Sky Sources

The Budget will reveal the timetable for £12bn welfare cuts by 2017/18 has been extended by at least a year, Sky News understands.

Michael Barrymore 'Suing Police Over Arrest'

Essex Police have refused to comment on reports Michael Barrymore is suing them after being arrested over the death of a man in his swimming pool.

Star Wars: Han Solo To Go It Alone In Spin-Off

Han Solo, famously played by Harrison Ford in the Star Wars franchise, is to get his own film, Disney has confirmed.

Theatre-Goer Tries To Charge Phone On Stage

Everyone knows theatre-goers should turn off their phones before performances, but no one said anything about jumping on stage to recharge a device - until now.

Voice Actor Harry Shearer Back On The Simpsons

Harry Shearer, the voice of Mr Burns and many other characters on The Simpsons, will return to the show, it has been announced.

Prince Charming Gets His Own Live Action Film

Prince Charming has managed to win the heart of a succession of princesses and now he has won the starring role in his own live action film.

Pre-season friendly campaign gets underway for Salisbury FC

The Whites start their preparation for the new season with a trip to Dorchester.

Djokovic Happy To Apologise To Girl For Ourtburst

Novak Djokovic has said he would apologise to a Wimbledon ball girl after his outburst during his fourth-round win over Kevin Anderson.

Steven Gerrard Kicks Off LA Galaxy Career

Former England captain Steven Gerrard has been officially unveiled by LA Galaxy - and pledged to try to follow in the footsteps of David Beckham.

Manchester United Closing In On Darmian

Manchester United have agreed a fee with Torino for Italy international right-back Matteo Darmian, according to Sky Italia sources.

Open Not Right Without McIlroy, Says Spieth

Jordan Spieth has said defending champion Rory McIlroy's potential absence from the British Open through injury would "dampen" the occasion.

US Army 'To Cut 40,000 Troops In Next Two Years'

The US Army is reportedly planning to cut 40,000 soldiers from its ranks over the next two years.

Steven Gerrard Kicks Off LA Galaxy Career

Former England captain Steven Gerrard has been officially unveiled by LA Galaxy - and pledged to try to follow in the footsteps of David Beckham.

Star Wars: Han Solo To Go It Alone In Spin-Off

Han Solo, famously played by Harrison Ford in the Star Wars franchise, is to get his own film, Disney has confirmed.

Brit Backpacker Murders: Thailand Trial Begins

The trial of two Burmese men accused of murdering British backpackers Hannah Witheridge from Norfolk and David Miller from Jersey has begun in Thailand.

Warning: 'Cool Selfie Could Cost Your Life'

A guide to taking safer selfies has been issued by police in Russia after a growing number of personal portraits ended in death and injury.

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