'Pay & Dismay' as differences emerge on local car park charges

With the cost of car parking in Salisbury set to be hiked, Test Valley is bucking the money-grabbing trend.

Three year old girl dies after Fordingbridge incident

Police were called to a house in Whitsbury Road last night (Oct 19th) - a woman's been arrested on suspicion of murder.

Angels on display at Salisbury church

The United Reformed Church on Fisherton Street is hosting its first ever Angel Festival for the next week.

Boy,15, arrested over 'drug dealing'

A quantity of individual wraps suspected to be Class A drugs were found in Harnham on two other males also.

Salisbury Carnival returns - we're promised a cracker!

All the details about the route, road closures and changes to buses are here.

Prison officers say £3m investment in security 'no replacement for staff'

The Prison Officers Association has told Sky News equipment is "no replacement for staff," as the Government unveils a £3m investment in new technology to protect prison guards.

Creative industries facing 'catastrophic' loss of talent after Brexit

Brexit could cause "catastrophic" damage to the UK's booming culture industry, according to a survey of over 1,000 creative companies.

Fate of British jihadi Abu Sa'eed Al Britani 'could deter others'

Community leaders from the home town of jihadi Abu Sa'eed Al Britani say evidence suggesting he was imprisoned by Islamic State could deter other young Muslims from travelling to Syria.

Fifteen-year-old boy dies after 'horrific' knife attack in Manchester

A teenager who was stabbed in a "horrific" knife attack has died in hospital.

Parsons Green stabbing: Teenager appears in court charged with murder

A second teenager has appeared in court charged with murder after a man was stabbed to death outside Parsons Green Tube station in west London.

Creative industries facing 'catastrophic' loss of talent after Brexit

Brexit could cause "catastrophic" damage to the UK's booming culture industry, according to a survey of over 1,000 creative companies.

Women's rights lawyer Gloria Allred tells Weinstein: 'Harvey, you're done'

A women's rights lawyer has insisted the career of Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein is "done" after she revealed details of another woman who alleges he sexually assaulted her.

Spire FM talk 'Strictly' with Craig Revel Horwood

The show's judge tells us he's 'relieved' Bruno Tonioli won't be on the panel this weekend.

Spice Girls bar Mel B reunite for Mel C's new Room For Love video

A full Spice Girls reunion may still be just a pipe dream, but four of the original five are appearing together again.

Burnett vs Zhakiyanov: Ryan Burnett defeats Zhanat Zhakiyanov to unify world titles

Ryan Burnett became the unified bantamweight world champion after outpointing Zhanat Zhakiyanov in a thrilling Belfast encounter.

Mesut Ozil sends Arsenal message amid Manchester United reports

Mesut Ozil has told fans to "ignore the noise" amid reports linking him with a move to Manchester United.

Tottenham hierarchy 'bemused' as club sources insist no discussions with Real Madrid over Harry Kane

Tottenham have not held any discussions with Real Madrid regarding their valuation of Harry Kane, sources at the Premier League club have told <em>Sky Sports News.</em>

Barcelona set to offer Lionel Messi lifetime contract

Barcelona are set to offer Lionel Messi a lifetime contract at the Nou Camp, according to CEO Oscar Grau.

Sergio Garcia honoured with life membership of European Tour

Sergio Garcia has joined an elite list of golfing greats after being awarded Honorary Life Membership of the European Tour.

David Davis set for Paris talks after French demand more Brexit divorce cash

David Davis will travel to Paris on Monday for Brexit talks after French President Emmanuel Macron told London it needed to put more money on the table to unlock trade negotiations in December.

Catalonia leader Carles Puigdemont: Removing powers 'worst attack since Franco dictatorship'

Madrid's moves to take back some powers from Catalonia are the "worst attack since the dictatorship of Franco".

WHO 'rethinking' Robert Mugabe goodwill ambassador post

The World Health Organisation says it is now "rethinking" its decision to make Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe a goodwill ambassador.

Fate of British jihadi Abu Sa'eed Al Britani 'could deter others'

Community leaders from the home town of jihadi Abu Sa'eed Al Britani say evidence suggesting he was imprisoned by Islamic State could deter other young Muslims from travelling to Syria.

Daphne Caruana Galizia: Malta offers €1m reward over journalist's killing

Malta's government has offered a €1m (£893,000) reward for information on who killed an investigative reporter with a car bomb.

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