One of Salisbury's police cordons 'reduced'

Police activity, as part of spy poisoning investigation, is being scaled back at the London Road Cemetery - so we can visit as normal.

FREE PARKING in Salisbury to help city after nerve agent attack

Wiltshire Council's making parking in city centre car parks FREE from this weekend (March 24th).

Dog loses eye after being shot by a catapult near Fordingbridge

Much loved family dog targeted at close range in garden in Stuckton.

Relocation to bigger store for charity shop

The British Heart Foundation are moving to the New Canal but are also keeping their store on Fisherton Street.

Carpetright plan to close stores in rescue deal

The chain's exploring a rescue plan, allowing it to speed up closure of underperforming stores - but there's no word on Salisbury.

Shoreham Airshow disaster pilot Andy Hill to be charged with manslaughter

A pilot whose aircraft crashed during the Shoreham Airshow and killed 11 people will be charged with manslaughter, according to the CPS. 

TV presenter Ant McPartlin charged with drink-driving

TV presenter Ant McPartlin has been charged with drink-driving after his arrest on Sunday, police have confirmed.

Red Arrows crash: Victim Jonathan Bayliss was 'generous, kind and caring'

An RAF engineer who died in a Red Arrows jet that crashed in North Wales on Tuesday has been described as "a generous, kind and caring man who could also always be relied upon".

New Look wins creditors' support for store closure plan

New Look's plan to close 60 stores and cut up to 980 staff as part of a rescue package has received overwhelming support from its creditors.

Ex-Chelsea player says racial abuse 'destroyed me as a person'

A former Chelsea footballer has spoken out about the life-changing racial abuse he claims he suffered as a teenager with the club in the early 1980s.

TV presenter Ant McPartlin charged with drink-driving

TV presenter Ant McPartlin has been charged with drink-driving after his arrest on Sunday, police have confirmed.

Dec to host Saturday Night Takeaway without Ant after drink-drive arrest

Saturday Night Takeaway will continue with Dec presenting the show alone, after co-host Ant McPartlin's arrest for suspected drink-driving.

John Boyega: Star Wars allowed me to invest in myself

At 26 years old John Boyega is already expanding his CV.

Sex And The City star Cynthia Nixon blasts New York governor

Former Sex And The City star Cynthia Nixon has criticised New York's current administration in her first ever campaign event.

Newts and Crocs: Ed Sheeran and his battles with nature

This week, Ed Sheeran has found himself in the epicentre of an ancient fight - between man and beast.

Joshua vs Parker: Anthony Joshua tells Joseph Parker to expect a punishing fight in Cardiff

Anthony Joshua says there will "definitely be blood" in his fight with Joseph Parker and hopes for a heavyweight classic like Riddick Bowe's battles with Evander Holyfield.

Umpires to be allowed to send players off under new ECB disciplinary measures

Umpires will be permitted to remove players from the field of play under new disciplinary measures introduced by the ECB.

Jaap Stam leaves Reading as club battle Championship relegation

Jaap Stam has left Reading by mutual consent with the club just three points above the relegation zone in the Sky Bet Championship.

F1 2018: Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes must raise level

Lewis Hamilton says Mercedes need to raise their level once again due to the threat of Ferrari and Red Bull if they are to retain their world championships in F1 2018.

England captain Joe Root not drawn on plans for Stuart Broad ahead of New Zealand Test series

England Test captain Joe Root has refused to confirm whether Stuart Broad will open the bowling against New Zealand.

Zuckerberg: 'We made mistakes' over data scandal

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has admitted his company "made mistakes" over the alleged misuse of users' data.

Spy poisoning: Boris Johnson agrees Vladimir Putin will 'use World Cup like Hitler used 1936 Olympics'

Boris Johnson has sparked a fresh diplomatic war of words with Russia after suggesting Vladimir Putin will "glory" in this summer's World Cup in a similar way to Adolf Hitler at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin.

Salisbury spy poisoning case is 'just the first step' for Vladimir Putin

A respected expert on Russia has told Sky News that Vladimir Putin is laughing at Britain's latest response to the Salisbury poisoning.

Kim Wall murder trial: Beheading clips from suspect's hard drive shown to court

Jurors watched videos found on a murder suspect's hard drive which showed women being decapitated and impaled.

EU targets the likes of Facebook and Google with tech tax plan

The European Union says it is moving to block a "black hole" in tax laws through proposals to ensure large tech firms pay more of their fair share.

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