Salisbury supermarket staff member assaulted for not selling alcohol

Police want to speak to the man in these CCTV pictures about the incident on Saturday 28 October at around 2pm.

Drivers warned to slow down around Wiltshire's schools

The Broad Chalke Community Speed Watch group has been out in force as Road Safety Week continues.

Tidworth troops mark centenary of WW1 battle

Soldiers from the Royal Tank Regiment have been celebrating Cambrai Day - with traditions being followed to the letter!

Salisbury couple hoping we'll get the wine and cheese vibe

Ellen and Andy Maul are set to open a new bar for the city centre - inspired by their first date!

More than 100 items handed in to Wiltshire Police during firearms surrender

AK-47 and World War One grenade among the items handed in and the surrender isn't over yet!

Inter-generational split over trust on the economy revealed

A huge inter-generational divide has been revealed over whether Labour or the Conservatives would be best at running the economy.

Britain's most notorious prisoner Charles Bronson refused parole

Notorious prisoner Charles Bronson has been refused parole - consigning him to at least another two years behind bars.

The Likely Lads star Rodney Bewes dies aged 79

Actor Rodney Bewes, best known for his role as Bob Ferris in The Likely Lads, has died aged 79.

Gilbert & George prepare to open new exhibition at the White Cube, Bermondsey

They are two of Britain's most bankable artists, but Gilbert & George are nothing short of cynical when it comes to their stature.

Winter is coming: Increasingly cold air could mean snow for England this weekend

Southern England could become a wintry wonderland this weekend, with snowfall possible on Friday and Saturday.

The Likely Lads star Rodney Bewes dies aged 79

Actor Rodney Bewes, best known for his role as Bob Ferris in The Likely Lads, has died aged 79.

Veteran presenter Charlie Rose sacked by CBS over 'intolerable behaviour'

Veteran television presenter Charlie Rose has been fired by CBS following allegations of sexual harassment.

Gilbert & George prepare to open new exhibition at the White Cube, Bermondsey

They are two of Britain's most bankable artists, but Gilbert & George are nothing short of cynical when it comes to their stature.

Paul Hollywood: 'Girls abandoned Bake Off' over Channel 4 move

Paul Hollywood has said the female stars of The Great British Bake Off "abandoned" the show when it moved to Channel 4.

Veteran US news anchor Charlie Rose suspended after sexual harassment claims

US news presenter Charlie Rose has been suspended by the CBS network after eight women accused him of sexual misconduct.

England 49-12 Canada: Red Roses wrap up series

The Red Roses ran in eight tries as they beat Canada 49-12 in the second Old Mutual Wealth Series Test match at Twickenham Stoop.

Chris Smalling praises Jose Mourinho and says he has nothing to prove to Gareth Southgate

Chris Smalling says he has nothing to prove to Gareth Southgate after his omission from the latest England squad and has lavished praise on Jose Mourinho.

Manchester United's Jose Mourinho says Zlatan Ibrahimovic will be among the subs in Basel

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic will again be on the bench for Wednesday's Champions League match at Basel.

Mike Selvey: England will look to take advantage of Australia unrest as Ashes begins at fortress Gabba

As England return to Australia's fortress of the 'Gabbatoir' in Brisbane, Mike Selvey ponders how the tourists can avoid another shellacking - and whether Joe Root could face a tricky choice at the toss...

Bellew vs Haye: Tony Bellew considers interim fight before David Haye rematch

Tony Bellew still wants a rematch with David Haye but has suggested they both take an interim fight in the meantime.

Toy Story director John Lasseter takes leave from Disney over 'painful missteps'

Toy Story director John Lasseter is to take a period of leave from Disney after admitting "painful missteps" over his conduct.

The thrill of being swept up in Zimbabwe celebrations after Mugabe's resignation

"Wow" - that is my one-word explanation of what it was like to be on the streets of Harare as the news broke that the reviled President Robert Mugabe had resigned.

Second judge blocks Donald Trump's transgender military ban

A second US judge has blocked President Donald Trump's bid to ban transgender people from serving in the country's military.

'I have beaten Christ': Robert Mugabe in his own words

In 2008, Robert Mugabe was confident in his grip on power: "Only God who appointed me will remove me," he famously exclaimed.

Kim Wall: Divers find arm thought to be from beheaded journalist

An arm found in the sea near Copenhagen may belong to beheaded journalist Kim Wall, Danish police have said.

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