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2 hrs ago | EDGE
A gay British man was sentenced Wednesday to nearly nine years in jail after admitting to dressing up in a rabbit costume and stabbing his ex-boyfriend's new lover in the neck and hip last year, the U.K. newspaper the Mirror reports.
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2 hrs ago | Gazetteandherald.co.uk
A volunter who gives children with special needs a holiday has been given a High Sheriff award for devoting her time to help others.
2 hrs ago | Myrtle Beach Online
A section of restored wall graffiti artwork by famed street artist Banksy, is uncovered and put on display to the public, Thursday April 24, 2014, in London.
3 hrs ago | Wiltshire Times
Wiltshire organisations which provide opportunities for children have been awarded grants of up to A 3,000 from the Police and Crime Commissioner's Fund.
5 hrs ago | This is Wiltshire
BEREAVED mothers are reaching out to families grappling to cope with the loss of a child in Swindon and Wiltshire, encouraging them to join a support group which has proved a lifeline for them over the years.
9 hrs ago | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard
ST GEORGE'S day in Cirencester proved to be an understated affair with only a handful of St George's Crosses displayed throughout the town.
9 hrs ago | Gazette Series
It happened shortly after 8pm on Saturday at the junction of Soundwell Road and Broad Road in Fishponds.
Officers and volunteers will be out and about across the force area today as part of a day of action tackling rural crime.
A man who was imprisoned for making threats to kill, assault and criminal damage in Southampton has absconded from open prison, police said.
The Lib Dem councillor was elected last May but cannot keep his seat because he has not attended any council meetings in the last six months.
The Friends of Birds Marsh campaigners say they will continue to fight a development of 750 houses in northern Chippenham and have defended the village green status they fought for.
SCHOOLS and businesses in Cirencester will be leaping into action on Friday for the town's first Red Hare Day.
The man was rearing about 55 chickens in Oak Close, Calne, and entered his shed to find them in a flurry of feathers, ripped apart by an animal which still had one hanging from its mouth.
Dyson's A 250m expansion plans for Malmesbury have been backed by the town council despite continued concerns over traffic congestion.
Grant Clemens, of Stockwells, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, is accused of assisting an offender and has been in custody since February.
Last year, SDC voted to change from a cabinet system to a committee structure, saying it would mean more members would be involved in the decision-making process.
TWO parcels containing jewellery which went missing in the post proved that Painswick postmistress Karen Judd was a thief, a jury was told today, Tuesday.