A vehicle ended up on its roof after being forced off the road on Thursday evening by a white van driver who failed to stop at the scene.
A NEW scheme in Wiltshire is helping scores of youngsters to find job placements that could be a stepping stone to a new career.
PLANS to install an 11-foot tall bronze statue of Aethelstan, the first king of all England have been pulled.
WILTSHIRE Council has advertised details of town and parish council vacancies with local elections due to take place in October.
PLANS for 70 new homes in Malmesbury have been submitted.
Housing developer Gleeson has recently put in a bid for full planning permission to build up to 70 houses on land south of Filands in Malmesbury.
SOCIAL distancing schemes in towns around Wiltshire will be removed as lockdown restrictions are lifted in England.
FIREFIGHTERS from Pewsey and Marlborough used a smoke hood to rescue a woman who was trapped on a first floor and bring her to safety.
HUNDREDS of visitors are likely to flock to Lacock this weekend as the village celebrates the welcome return of its annual scarecrow trail.
CONTRACTORS armed with rifles in Wiltshire have been given a new supplementary licence to kill up to 2,632 badgers.
NEVER in the history of Shakespeare Live will its company ever experience a first night like the one I watched on Monday at Cleeve House in Seend.
A crew from Ludgershall were called out to a fire involving unattended cooking at a domestic property in Andover Road.
IN 1992 American author John Gray published a very popular book called Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus which sold more than 15 million copies.
Organisers of next month’s Great Balloon Race Extravaganza have moved the event from Bowood House to Malmesbury’s Charlton Park Estate – and given it a new summer date.
IFORD Manor near Bradford on Avon is once again running its popular Bounceback Festival for the second year in succession.
A DEDICATED group of volunteers in Malmesbury have been using lockdown as a chance to spread awareness of how to make the town more sustainable.
Residents of Malmesbury have been urged to keep the town tidy as warmer months approach.
Online, the Town Council issued the following statement: "It’s so nice that Summer has finally arrived and we are all eager to enjoy our beautiful town and countryside, but we all need to play our part in keeping Malmesbury at its best.