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.
It's no big secret that the cost of Christmas presents have risen tremendously over the years.
And now, it's been revealed that parents are spending eight times as much to get 2019's must-have gifts as they were in 1970 (adjusted for inflation).
New rules to make overdrafts easier to manage have come into force today. Here's what you need to know.
A MALMESBURY man who failed to provide a specimen of blood after police found cannabis in his car has been banned from driving.
With a new leap year almost upon is, workers may be wondering what this means for how they get paid.
Senior doctors have urged parents to vaccinate their children, who are "super-spreaders" of flu, as vital NHS services have been flooded with patients this winter.
South West Wiltshire MP Andrew Murrison reflects on 'remarkable' general election win for ConservativesWritten by Malmesbury Gazette & Herald
TRIUMPHANT Tory Andrew Murrison reflected on a “remarkable” night for his party after comfortably retaining the South West Wiltshire seat.
THE Conservative Danny Kruger has won the Devizes seat.
In the last seat to declare in Wiltshire he scooped the biggest share of the vote, which has seen the Tories get a majority overall.
CONSERVATIVE James Gray has retained his North Wiltshire seat.
The results for the seat came in just after 4am as follows:
SOUTH West Wiltshire MP Andrew Murrison has retained his seat.
The result came in at 4.15am:
Andrew Murrison Conservative - 33,038
FAST food chain McDonald's s is to launch its first fully vegan meal in the New Year.
Veggie Dippers will go on sale on January 2 in both adult meal and Happy Meal sizes.
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