TRAFFIC in the Chippenham area is likely to be delayed this afternoon after two Army trucks reportedly failed to negotiate the roundabout above the M4 and ploughed into the soft turf centre.
The date of the January meeting of Malmesbury Area Board has been changed to avoid the post-Christmas and New Year holidays.
FLYBE bosses have held crunch talks with the Government in a bid to save the airline.
Discussions were held with the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) and the Department for Transport (DfT) over the weekend to see whether they could provide or facilitate emergency financing, the PA news agency understands.
Nearly 20,000 women in Wiltshire missed their last screening for breast cancer, NHS figures reveal.
Women are invited for a breast screening every three years between the ages of 50 and 70, to help catch cancer early.
PRINCESS Anne's daughter Zara Tindall was banned from driving for six months today after she was caught speeding at 91mph in her LandRover in the Cotswolds not far from her home.
WILTSHIRE Air Ambulance had its busiest year since becoming a charity in 2015, rescuing more than 1,000 people.
Influential UK-designed games from the 1980s and 1990s are being celebrated by Royal Mail in a new set of 12 stamps.
BREAD firm Warburtons found themselves at the centre of a social media storm over a halal label on their products.
A dog that had previously bitten a postman will be destroyed by order of the Swindon magistrates after it bit a woman.
Skygazers are set for some celestial fireworks as the first meteor shower of 2020 looks to light up the night skies.
Pervert John Wood admitted six counts of voyeurism and two counts of hacking 45 computers.
Appearing before Swindon Magistrates’ Court, Wood pleaded guilty to recording another person doing a private act with the intention that he would get sexual gratification.
Wiltshire Air Ambulance celebrates three decades of saving lives (and needs your help to keep flying high)Written by Malmesbury Gazette & Herald
THEY are a common sight in the skies over Swindon and beyond, descending like angels from above to assist those in life-threatening danger.
More police officers will be recruited in Wiltshire next year but people should not expect to see dozens of extra officers on the beat.
A SWINDON-BORN adventurer was among the special guests at a carol service held to raise money for the Stroke Association.
A HEARTBROKEN family has paid tribute to ‘gentle giant who would do anything for anybody’, after he died suddenly at home.
IF it's your birthday this week, you probably already struggle to arrange any kind of celebration around Christmas.