Malmesbury Gazette & Herald

Malmesbury Gazette & Herald

POLICE have unveiled Britain's biggest speed camera - one that can film a car a kilometre away and take pictures of the driver.

THE winners of this year's James Dyson Award are Nicolas Orellana and Yaseen Noorani, from Chile and Kenya respectively, for creating a new type of turbine to harness wind in our cities.

Classical Brit Award winners Blake performed a sell-out concert at Malmesbury Abbey, raising £11,500 towards vital patient care at Dorothy House.

Donate your unwanted medlar fruit, buy some medlar jelly and give bees a helping hand with local condiment business Tracklements.

The historic grade I listed Market Cross in Malmesbury has been hit by a recycling lorry and sustained serious damage to one of its pillars.

Thursday, 08 November 2018 05:11

Win for Dyson at European Courts

DYSON has won a case at the European Courts against EU energy labelling.

Dyson argued that the EU energy labelling system was misleading and inaccurately rated his vacuum cleaners because their energy efficiency was not measured while the products were in use.

Thursday, 08 November 2018 01:03

Beauty salon raises money for charity

A NEW beauty salon near Malmesbury is supporting Alzheimer's Research UK all through the month of November with a donation from every booking.

COMMUNITIES across Wiltshire are united to commemorate the centenary of the Armistice with special events and all sorts of creative projects.

THE outdated police station in Royal Wootton Bassett will enjoy a £669,000 transformation to become a facility fit for 21st century policing.

The centenary commemorations for the end of World War I have begun in communities across north Wiltshire as Remembrance Day approaches.