Promise being broken over Salisbury CCTV system

It's now "extremely unlikely" the city's long awaited, and urgently needed security system will be switched back on any time soon.

Distinctive bike stolen from Salisbury shed

We're being asked to keep a look out for the bike pictured here, which was taken from a house in Primrose Road.

Gate thief strikes again in Chalke Valley

A pair of oak gates have been stolen - a week after Broad Chalke Primary School was targeted.

Stonehenge: one of UK's most 'unexplored' gems

A new survey shows the Wiltshire monument is on the top 10 list of places we've never been, but would like to visit.

Arts Festival takes to the city's streets

The City Encounters continue with street theatre, circus and dance, as well as the popular Play Day, throughout Salisbury city centre.

Demand for Irish passports soars after Brexit referendum

Applications for Irish passports from people in Britain have soared since the Brexit referendum, according to Ireland's envoy to the UK.

Corbyn has to consult iPad when asked about child care cost in difficult interview

Jeremy Corbyn repeatedly floundered when asked how much a flagship new childcare policy would cost in a difficult radio interview.

Housing crisis: Post-Brexit construction skills shortage 'a critical issue'

A Government drive to cut immigration with Britain's departure from the European Union may exacerbate the housing crisis if strict post-Brexit immigration controls result in fewer construction workers coming to the UK, an industry body has warned.

Manchester Victoria reopens for first time since terror attack

Manchester Victoria has reopened to the public, just over a week after the terror attack that killed 22 people.

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn left bruised after General Election TV showdown

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn were left bruised but not battered as they survived tough questioning from voters and veteran interviewer Jeremy Paxman on Sky News.

Wonder Woman: The feminist hero we hoped for?

The first reviews for DC's Wonder Woman are out, and not everyone thinks the Amazonian princess fares well in "the world of men".

Prince William wants children to grow up in 'normal environment'

Prince William has talked candidly about trying to raise his children in a "normal environment" in a new interview.

Blue Peter presenter John Noakes dies aged 83

Former Blue Peter presenter John Noakes has died at the age of 83 after a battle with Alzheimer's disease.

Southern rock music pioneer Gregg Allman dies

Gregg Allman, whose soulful vocals made the Allman Brothers Band one of rock's top acts in the 1970s, has died at the age of 69.

Politicians could 'learn a lot' from the power of poetry

As the people of Manchester were coming to terms with the terrible attack on their city, there was one man - poet Tony Walsh - who found the words that the rest of the country was struggling to say.

Tiger Woods: Medicine not alcohol led to DUI arrest

Tiger Woods has denied that alcohol led to his arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence.

Tiger Woods arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence

Golfer Tiger Woods has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in Florida.

Salisbury hosts first evening meet this season

They'll be a party atmosphere at the Netherhampton track as Spire FM's Martin Starke provides 80s tunes after the last race.

Arsenal beat Chelsea 2-1 to win FA Cup

Arsenal scored 12 minutes from time to win the FA Cup final in a pulsating 2-1 victory over Chelsea.

Fan's favourite at Ray Mac has left

One of Salisburys top goal-scorers will be heading up the leagues for next season.

Suicide bomber kills 16 in Baghdad ice cream parlour

A suicide bomber has killed at least 16 people at an ice cream parlour in Iraq's capital Baghdad.

US to attempt first interception of intercontinental ballistic missile

The US military is to test its missile defence system by intercepting an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) for the first time.

Ryanair says ticket price cuts will continue as it reports profit spike

Ryanair has said it expects to continue cutting fares this year, despite "difficult" trading and a slump in the pound since the Brexit vote.

Wonder Woman: The feminist hero we hoped for?

The first reviews for DC's Wonder Woman are out, and not everyone thinks the Amazonian princess fares well in "the world of men".

Former Panama dictator Manuel Noriega dies aged 83

Former Panamanian dictator Manuel Noriega has died at the age of 83, according to the country's current president.

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