AN AVERAGE of 44 police officers are assaulted on the streets of Wiltshire every day, according to a new figures from the Police Federation.
FLICKY HARRISON meets a woman who really is in her element
A NEW study has ranked Swindon among the worst areas in the UK for food hygiene ratings among takeaways and sandwich shops.
SWINDON Borough Council is planning to impose a 7.2 per cent council tax increase without a referendum by using a legal technicality.
Bomb disposal officers are called to a building site after a number of bottles are dug up and their contents catch fire.
CAMPAIGNERS and councillors in Royal Wootton Bassett have been given a stay of execution after a decision on two contentious planning proposals was delayed.
DESPITE having a fear of dogs, one entrepreneurial 11-year-old has jumped to it to help save a popular town dog show.
THE Great Western Hospital was at a state of red or black alert for at least 21 consecutive days last month.
JUDGES in this year’s Wiltshire Business of the Year Awards have praised the quality of the entrants and predicted 2017 will be a very close competition.
SWINDON’S very own starlet Phoebe Maddison could soon see her name in lights in the West End after making it through to the semi-final of a musical theatre competition.
A HIGHWORTH business coach has received a prestigious award in recognition of a unique tutoring programme that sees clients test both their bodies and their minds.
VOLUNTEERS from Wiltshire Search and Rescue (WILSAR) were called out on average once a week during 2016.
A MAN has been jailed for causing criminal damage, assaulting a man and being abusive towards to two further people.
THE A419 has been closed southbound near Cricklade following a four-car crash.
CREATURES from exotic, far off lands, brightened up the classroom at Meadowpark School this week.
A man and a dog were killed in the crash in Gloucestershire on Tuesday.
THIEVES who broke into a garage in Bridge End Road, Swindon took off with a Vauxhall Zafira.
Sale director of rugby Steve Diamond believes Bath and England fly-half George Ford wants to return to Leicester.
SPECIALIST search teams are at a rural level crossing where a man died when a train ploughed into his car yesterday.
Carers supporting former members of the armed forces in Wiltshire are to get help thanks to a grant of £29,489 from the Royal British Legion.