No end in sight to Fisherton Street break-ins

Another shop in this part of Salisbury is targeted again, pushing the number of incidents in recent weeks to double figures.

Half of children needing foodbanks in summer months are in primary school

New data published by Salisbury charity The Trussell Trust shows 47% of children getting emergency food last summer were 5-11 years old.

Judges choose south Wiltshire's best kept villages

Winners from round one of the annual competition are now going head to head with other villages from the rest of the county.

Woman 'punched' and her dog stolen in Salisbury

Appeal for help after man snatches pet during altercation with a woman in broad daylight in one of the city's parks.

Salisbury man charged over city centre pub assault

A 21 year old man's appeared in court charged with GBH, ABH and possession of cannabis.

NHS England has more than 30,000 unfilled jobs

Figures show the NHS in England has more than 30,000 unfilled jobs, nearly 40% of them in nursing roles.

Post-Brexit trade deals 'may lower UK animal welfare standards'

The row over chlorinated chicken is set to intensify with a warning that cheap imported food could threaten farm animal welfare standards after Brexit.

Highway Code stopping distances 'woefully' wrong

The Highway Code's stopping distances for drivers are "woefully short", according to road safety campaigners.

Leaseholds could be banned for new houses

Developers could be banned from selling new-build houses as leaseholds to prevent homeowners being left with extortionate fees.

Charlie Gard's parents prepare to say goodbye to their 'absolute warrior' son

The parents of terminally ill baby Charlie Gard are preparing to say goodbye to their "absolute warrior".

President Trump is making it tough to be a novelist - Ian Rankin

Ian Rankin says competing with "almost unbelievable" real-life political twists and turns at the moment is a new challenge for writers of fiction.

Linkin Park hearts 'broken' by Chester Bennington's suicide

Linkin Park have said their "hearts are broken" following the suicide of lead singer Chester Bennington.

Bake Off sponsors announced for first Channel 4 series

The Great British Bake Off will be sponsored for the first time as it moves from the BBC to Channel 4, but the identity of the companies concerned suggests the show's popularity with the public may not be matched by advertisers.

The Rock stars in 'movie' with Apple's Siri

Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has made a "movie" co-starring Apple's voice assistant Siri.

Spielberg warns VR will rule the future at Comic-Con

Steven Spielberg has warned that a future ruled by virtual reality is coming "whether we like it or not".

Javier Hernandez relishing West Ham season opener at Man Utd

Javier Hernandez says he cannot wait to face his former club Manchester United on the opening day of the new Premier League season.

Chelsea send Kenedy home from tour after Brazilian offends China

Kenedy has returned to the UK and will play no further part in Chelsea's pre-season tour.

Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku rejects comparison with Didier Drogba

Romelu Lukaku has rejected suggestions he is a player in the mould of Didier Drogba and insisted he has a long way to go before he reaches his peak.

Naby Keita's rapid rise from unknown teenager to £70m Liverpool target

<strong>Three years ago he was an unknown teenager facing relegation from France's second tier. Now he's a £70m transfer target for Liverpool. Nick Wright charts the extraordinary rise of RB Leipzig's Naby Keita, the little midfielder with the big reputation.</strong>

South Africa's Kagiso Rabada 'raring to go' against England

South Africa's Kagiso Rabada will be raring to go when he returns for the third Test against England at the Oval on Thursday, according to his bowling coach Charl Langeveldt.

Microsoft says it is no longer binning 'trusty old' Paint

Microsoft has responded to "an incredible outpouring of support and nostalgia" for Paint and announced that the app is not being scrapped.

Michael Kors buys Jimmy Choo in £896m deal

One of America's best-known fashion retailers has agreed to take over luxury shoe brand Jimmy Choo in an £896m deal.

Google parent Alphabet's profit hit by EU fine

Profits at Google's parent company Alphabet have taken a hit by the record fine imposed by the European Commission on the search giant last month for breaching competition rules.

Woman 'slapped' police car before Justine Damond was shot

A woman "slapped" the back of a Minneapolis police car shortly before an Australian was shot dead by an officer, records show.

US judge halts deportation of 1,400 Iraqis

A US judge has halted the deportation of 1,400 Iraqis.

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