JAILED: Teen who pushed hard drugs in Salisbury

Joel Wilson did 'not care about how the drugs he was selling would destroy lives'. He was only interested in making money.

Biker seriously hurt in A303 smash

Police close the road near Wylye after a motorcyclist collided with coach earlier this morning (26 Jun), causing misery for other motorists forced to divert.

ANOTHER warning not to leave bags in parked cars in South Wiltshire

A number of vehicles were broken into in one night in Wilton and the Chalke Valley.

Middle Wallop house should be knocked down within 3 months

The property's owners are told by the High Court that it needs to be demolished as it doesn't have planning permission.

Roadworks could cause queues in Salisbury

There may be disruption during the school-run and for commuters using one of Salisbury's busiest roads from today (26th June).

Charlotte Church reveals she has lost her baby

Charlotte Church has announced on Twitter that she has lost her unborn baby.

Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston denies making up 'death threat'

Blackpool's chairman has denied he and his father made up an alleged death threat against them by the football club's president.

Government fire investigators reported cladding 'risks' in 2016

The Government was told last year by its own fire investigators that tower blocks were covered in flammable material - but were also told building regulations were "adequate".

'Continuous' motorway queues without customs deal, shipping boss warns

Brexit will spark continuous motorway tailbacks should the UK suffer the "nightmare" of leaving the EU without a customs deal, according to the shipping industry chief.

75 high-rise buildings fail fire safety tests after Grenfell disaster

Seventy-five high-rise blocks across 26 local authorities have failed fire safety tests since the Grenfell Tower disaster.

Charlotte Church reveals she has lost her baby

Charlotte Church has announced on Twitter that she has lost her unborn baby.

Salvador Dali to be dug up for paternity test after court ruling

The remains of Salvador Dali are to be exhumed to establish if he is the father of a woman who claims her mother had an affair with the surrealist artist.

Taylor Swift rumoured to be joining the X-Men franchise

The X-Men franchise has found a new character for its upcoming film, and it could be meant for Taylor Swift.

Harry Potter: 20 years of The Boy Who Lived

Harry Potter was born to the world 20 years ago on Monday, but how has his story continued to live on with each new generation?

Was Ed Sheeran worthy of The Pyramid Stage?

Glastonbury's finale saw Ed Sheeran and his guitar climb the most iconic stage in the world - and it was always going to divide people.

New signing for the Whites

Manager Steve Claridge has completed another transfer coup for the 2017/18 season

Frank de Boer named as new manager of Crystal Palace

Frank de Boer has been appointed Crystal Palace manager on a three-year contract.

John McEnroe ranks Serena '700 in the world' on men's tour

Tennis legend John McEnroe says Serena Williams would be "like 700 in the world" on the men's circuit.

England v South Africa: Dawid Malan fires on debut as hosts win series

England beat South Africa by 19 runs to win the final T20I in Cardiff and claim a 2-1 series win.

Sebastian Vettel and Lewis Hamilton in F1 crash row

Sebastian Vettel has been penalised for deliberately driving into Lewis Hamilton during the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

Philando Castile: Family of black man shot dead by police get $3m payout

The family of Philando Castile, a black motorist shot dead by a police officer in the US last year, has been given a $3m settlement.

Iraqi troops 'just days' from capturing Mosul Old City

The fighting is so close now it is within throwing distance.

Salvador Dali to be dug up for paternity test after court ruling

The remains of Salvador Dali are to be exhumed to establish if he is the father of a woman who claims her mother had an affair with the surrealist artist.

Swedish al Qaeda hostage Johan Gustafsson home after six years

A Swedish man held hostage in Mali by al Qaeda has been freed after six years.

Trump's travel ban for six countries gets partial go-ahead

US President Donald Trump's travel ban on six Muslim-majority countries has been partially reinstated by the Supreme Court.

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