New cinema, less parking and a move for the city's library?

New proposals for the Maltings in Salisbury have been unveiled at a public meeting.

Fireworks leave Wilton grit bin with serious damage

The explosives were taped to the plastic bin - with a neighbour hearing a loud bang.

81 year old man from Broad Chalke targeted by burglars as he watched TV

A retired Colonel is reminding us to review our home security after he had sentimental items stolen by thieves.

Dog scares off burglars in Durrington

Four people were disturbed by the protective pooch as they tried to steal a motorbike from a garage in the community.

Van has all of its tyres punctured on Salisbury estate

Police are treating it as criminal damage and say whoever might have been injured too.

Met Police investigating second Kevin Spacey sex assault claim

Police in the UK are investigating a second alleged sexual assault by actor Kevin Spacey, dating back to 2005.

Kezia Dugdale to donate I'm A Celebrity salary to charity

The former Scottish Labour leader, who is heading into the Australian jungle for I'm A Celebrity, has defended her decision to enter the TV reality show.

Budget 2017: Chancellor's stamp duty giveaway 'will push up house prices'

The Chancellor has given first-time buyers a boost by abolishing stamp duty on homes up to £300,000 in his Autumn Budget.

UK data watchdog has 'huge concerns' over Uber hack cover-up

The UK's data watchdog says it has "huge concerns" over Uber's secret payment of $100,000 to hackers who stole users' information.

The Autumn Budget 2017: All the key points at a glance

The key announcements from Chancellor Philip Hammond:

Bounty offered for head of Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone

The release of a Bollywood film has been put on hold after a $1.5m (£1.1m) bounty was offered to anyone who beheads lead actress Deepika Padukone and the film’s director.

Met Police investigating second Kevin Spacey sex assault claim

Police in the UK are investigating a second alleged sexual assault by actor Kevin Spacey, dating back to 2005.

Indie Spirit Awards are now the best Oscar predictors

With awards season in full force, Oscar predictions have grown increasingly dependent on a previously inconspicuous gong.

Roger Waters hits back at Nick Cave over Israel boycott

Roger Waters has hit back at Nick Cave after he criticised the Pink Floyd musician's plea to cancel all shows in Israel.

'Winter has come' for Iranian charged with HBO hack

US prosecutors have said "winter has come" for an Iranian man charged with hacking HBO, stealing episodes and demanding a ransom.

Everton's Oumar Niasse has simulation ban appeal rejected

Everton forward Oumar Niasse will serve a two-game suspension for simulation after his appeal was rejected by the FA.

President Donald Trump hits out at Roger Goodell in series of tweets

President Donald Trump has slammed NFL commissioner Roger Goodell amid suggestions teams could stay in locker rooms during the national anthem.

David Haye can battle back to fitness one more time after latest injury blow, says Johnny Nelson

Johnny Nelson trained alongside David Haye, just days before his latest injury setback, and the Sky Sports expert is hopeful the rematch with Tony Bellew can still happen.

Liverpool investigate claims of maltreatment from Sevilla police and stewards

Liverpool are investigating allegations of maltreatment from police and stewards at their Champions League clash with Sevilla on Tuesday.

Anthony Joshua and Joseph Parker have made progress in talks for a unification clash, says Eddie Hearn

Anthony Joshua is "getting closer" to a heavyweight world title unification fight with Joseph Parker, says promoter Eddie Hearn.

Zimbabwe's next leader Emmerson Mnangagwa faces huge challenge to kickstart economy

To get under the skin of the problems facing the incoming Zimbabwean president, you need to get out of the big cities and into rural areas where the bulk of the population live.

'Ethnic cleansing': US verdict on violence against Rohingya Muslims

The United States has declared the ongoing violence against the Rohingya population "ethnic cleansing" and threatened to impose sanctions against those behind "horrendous atrocities" in Myanmar.

Crocodile-dodging pair on car roof for four days

Two men and a dog were forced to sleep on the roof of their car after becoming stranded in a crocodile infested tidal zone.

Bounty offered for head of Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone

The release of a Bollywood film has been put on hold after a $1.5m (£1.1m) bounty was offered to anyone who beheads lead actress Deepika Padukone and the film’s director.

Mnangagwa arrives in Harare and heads to State House

Emmerson Mnangagwa has arrived in Zimbabwe and has gone to the State House to be briefed, a ZANU-PF official has said.

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