Malmesbury Gazette & Herald
Over 70 new cases of Covid-19 have been diagnosed in Wiltshire over the weekend.
According to figures from Public Health England, 3,634 total cases have been recorded in the county since the start of the outbreak.
AS BREXIT transition approaches Business West is urging companies to prepare for the changes come January.
Some of Wiltshire’s libraries are allowed to keep the county reading over the winter lockdown with a click and collect service.
Leisure centres across Wiltshire will shut from today (Thursday) until December 2 as England enters its second Covid lockdown.
CORONAVIRUS has stopped us all doing many things this year, sadly including the Gazette and Herald and Wiltshire Times' usual First Day at School supplement.
The number of recorded coronavirus cases in Wiltshire increased by 453 over the last seven days, official figures show.
REMEMBRANCE Sunday this year will be like no other.
Because of the Covid pandemic and lockdown the traditional parades and church services cannot be held, denying many the opportunity to show their respect for the fallen.
A significant investment of £195m in a zero-carbon council housing project has been approved.
The council house new build programme will see a £195m investment to create homes to a ‘zero-carbon standard’.