Malmesbury Gazette & Herald

Malmesbury Gazette & Herald

Wednesday, 21 August 2019 18:24

‘Get out, see what’s on offer’

Cameron Warwick is about to become the new face of campaign to get more people to sign up for apprenticeships with tech firms.

HALF of motorists admit to using their mobile phone behind the wheel while stuck in traffic, despite facing six points on their licence and £200 fine.

Sunday, 25 August 2019 18:00

Save money on the cost of school uniform

It's nearly the end of the summer holidays.

And whether you're a parent relieved for school to start again, or sad at the thought of them going back, you may be needing to get those school supplies and uniform sorted out still.

HOW long would you wait to get your eyesight checked if you started to struggle to read licence plates or road signs when you're behind the wheel?

A MAN who admitted fencing a lawnmower and tribal masks stolen from a disused Wiltshire pub has been warned he could face jail.

Boris Johnson is expected to seek an extended suspension of Parliament ahead of the Queen's Speech on October 14 in a move which could hamper efforts by MPs to block a no-deal Brexit.

A BOY has admitted murdering Wiltshire schoolgirl Ellie Gould.

The 17-year-old, who cannot be named because he is under-18, appeared before Bristol Crown Court this morning.

The headteacher of Hardenhuish School has released a statement following the conviction of ex-student Ellie Gould's killer.

Lisa Percy said: “The whole community at Hardenhuish was completely devastated by the death of Ellie back in May.

PEOPLE with hidden disabilities can now apply for blue badge parking permits.

The scheme's eligibility criteria in England has been expanded by the Department for Transport (DfT) to include people who cannot walk without considerable psychological distress or risking serious harm.

Friday, 30 August 2019 01:35

Home store prepares for 140th anniversary

IT'S a month of celebration for staff at Knees Home and Electrical as the firm marks its 140th anniversary.