Animal cruelty cases on the rise in Wiltshire

WARNING: There are some horrendous pictures of some cases the RSPCA has had to deal with contained in this story.

Cyclist knocked off his bike in early hours crash near Dinton

The rider was lucky to escape serious injury in the collision, but the car didn't stop at the scene.

Special clinical kit for Salisbury District Hospital funded through recycling

A team of volunteers has raised £10K for the Stars Appeal by repairing, reconditioning and reusing items.

Wet wipes causing drainage drama in Tidworth

Wessex Water tell us they've been called out to more than 40 incidents in the last year - mainly caused by wet wipes being flushed.

Best 'Eggs & Soldiers' in south Wiltshire

PHOTOS: An Army Chef from Bulford made this, honest he really did! In fact, 43 have had a go at being Easter Egg chocolatiers.

Injured three-week-old baby dies after two arrested for attempted murder

A three-week-old baby at the centre of a police investigation has died in hospital.

HS2 derailed after engineering firm CH2M pulls out of £170m deal

An engineering firm has pulled out of a £170m deal to develop a section of the HS2 rail link amid concerns over alleged conflicts of interest.

Westminster attack: Family says victim Aysha Frade was 'ripped away' from them

The family of Westminster attack victim Aysha Frade says she was "ripped away" from them in the "cruellest and most cowardly of ways".

George Michael's funeral: Singer laid to rest at private ceremony

George Michael's family and close friends have said goodbye to the singer during a small, private funeral.

Hit-and-run suspect Aidan McAteer urged to return by his mother after girl dies

The mother of a man suspected of being involved in a hit-and-run crash in which a young girl died has pleaded with him to come home, saying: "He's running scared."

George Michael's funeral: Singer laid to rest at private ceremony

George Michael's family and close friends have said goodbye to the singer during a small, private funeral.

Drake breaks his own streaming record with More Life

Drake has once again broken a streaming record in the US - this time, his own - with his critically acclaimed More Life.

Tomb Raider: First look at Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft

Warner Bros have released the first look at actress Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft in the new Tomb Raider movie.

Liam Payne and Cheryl share panic over nappy rush

Liam Payne has shared his panic over the number of nappy changes he and Cheryl have faced since the birth of their son.

Whites thrash Bridgwater Town 7-0

Goals a plenty as Salisbury FC move to fourth in the Southern League Division One.

Whites hoping to bounce back from weekend defeat to keep up play-off push

Salisbury FC are up against Bridgwater as they attempt to seal a home play-off tie.

Leyton Orient stave off winding up order after £1m pledge by owner

A £1m pledge from the owner of Leyton Orient FC has saved the club from a winding-up order, but fans believe the club is still in "mortal danger".

Bradley Wiggins calls doping questions 'the worst thing'

Sir Bradley Wiggins has described the allegations of wrongdoing against him and Team Sky as the "worst thing to be accused of".

England upbeat despite Germany defeat and Podolski wonder-goal

England suffered their first defeat under manager Gareth Southgate after losing 1-0 to Germany in a friendly in Dortmund.

Bizarre statue of Portugal star Cristiano Ronaldo provokes ridicule

A bust of Portugal footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has caused a storm online - for all the wrong reasons.

Storm chasers tracking Texas tornado killed in car crash

Three storm chasers have been killed in a car crash while apparently driving towards a tornado in Texas, police said.

Toshiba's nuclear unit Westinghouse files for bankruptcy protection

Toshiba's Westinghouse Electric (WE) division, which is set to power a planned nuclear plant in Cumbria, has filed for bankruptcy protection from creditors.

Climbers asked to remove rubbish on Mount Everest after deadly avalanches

Climbers in Nepal are being urged to help remove rubbish from a Mount Everest camp abandoned two years ago when a massive earthquake triggered avalanches that killed 19 people.

White House denies trying to silence evidence of Russia ties

The White House has denied it tried to stop potentially damaging evidence about links between the President's team and Russia from being made public.

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