HORSE owners in west Wiltshire have been warned to be extra vigilant after thieves repeatedly targeted one stables over the last few weeks.
LAND to build 17,000 houses in Wiltshire still needs to be found by 2036.
Consultation will take place next year over Wiltshire’s Local Plan, which sets out future development in the county, the council’s cabinet agreed on Tuesday.
YOU can look but don’t touch at Longleat’s spectacular new Land of Light festive display which has just opened for the Christmas and New Year period.
The first Covid vaccine has been approved for use in the UK and according to The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA), the Pfizer/BioNtech jab is ready to roll out as soon as next week.
The Liberal Democrats are calling on the government to raise the Carer's Allowance to £1,000 a year.
HEALS of Malmesbury has been chosen as one of three local charities to benefit from the Co-Op Local Community Fund.
Wiltshire’s libraries will be reopening this week.
Despite the county’s Tier 2 status, most libraries will open again for Wiltshire’s avid readers.
A COUNTRYSIDE charity is calling for decision-makers to consider the impact of big road developments on Wiltshire’s rural idyll.
NEARLY two-thirds of people in Wiltshire intend to donate to a charity close to home this Christmas, a new study shows.
With #RoadSafetyWeek2020 just recently ended, the Bike Storage Company has created this road safety awareness quiz to test your knowledge of the Highway Code.
NATIONAL charity Alabaré is asking local communities to help them support the increasing number of people at risk of being homeless this Christmas and winter.
SOUTH Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust is urging people to get the flu vaccine to protect themselves and others this winter.
A SOUTH west parliamentary candidate has raised concerns as the council serves more than 3,000 people with court summons over unpaid council tax.
More than 200 students from Malmesbury School are now working from home.
Parents of Year 11s were issued a letter today instructing them of new plans.
Addiction treatment specialists have slammed as ‘heartless’ Wiltshire Council’s £3m-plus cuts in addiction treatment funding since 2017.
A BUSINESS group has warned that many companies will be prevented from being able to operate fully under the new Tier 2 local authority restrictions for Wiltshire.