Malmesbury Newspapers

A MAN from Calne has been charged with sending a communication conveying a threatening message.

Nicolas Bray, 23, of Calne, was released on conditional bail to appear at Swindon Magistrates Court on March 5.

WE are now entering the final week of the second national lockdown and preparing to move to the next phase of restrictions during the approach to Christmas.

WILTSHIRE will enter the ‘high alert’ Tier Two restrictions when lockdown ends of Wednesday - but what does that mean?

More than 800 miles of paths could be lost in Wiltshire, unless they are registered in time by local authorities, a charity has warned.

More than 450 injuries at work were reported in Wiltshire last year, figures show.

The Trades Union Congress says a drop in reports nationally is the result of funding cuts and lack of awareness of the duty to report injuries.

Addiction treatment specialists have slammed as ‘heartless’ Wiltshire Council’s £3m-plus cuts in addiction treatment funding since 2017.

Wiltshire’s public health boss says she is cautious as England comes out of lockdown on Thursday (November 26).

Wiltshire Council is working to make sure libraries, leisure centres and registration offices are up and running from next week.

Wiltshire will go into the right tier based on evidence, says council boss.

Yesterday Wiltshire Council opposition leader Ian Thorn called for Wiltshire to be placed in the lowest Covid tier post-lockdown.

THE Wiltshire Armed Forces and Veterans Celebrations will not take place in Trowbridge next year after a call for volunteers to take on the running of the two-day event ended in failure.

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