Police are appealing for information after a number of cars were vandalised in Malmesbury.
The incident took place overnight on Tuesday in Station Road Car Park.
WILTSHIRE and Swindon's Police and Crime Commissioner Angus Macpherson is calling for more government intervention to boost the modernisation of the UK's court service.
A Pewsey mother has set off on an incredible journey to Downing Street in a bid to secure her children's freedom.
A 16-year-old boy is due in court this morning after Wiltshire Police officers stopped a vehicle in Ludgershall yesterday .
Two members of staff at a primary school in Malmesbury have tested positive for Covid-19.
Malmesbury CE Primary School confirmed the news in a letter sent to parents, seen by the Standard.
WITH the festive season fast approaching, Wiltshire Council is encouraging people to start their Christmas shopping earlier this year to help support local retailers and to shop safely.
A TROWBRIDGE rap artist is looking for fresh talent from the South West to perform on a new video on YouTube.
A NEW three-year dementia care framework has been launched by The Orders of St John Care Trust which runs 15 care homes throughout Wiltshire.
A new director of public health for Wiltshire has been officially appointed.
Kate Blackburn, who has a background as a microbiologist, has acted in the role since the end of May this year and has worked in public health in the region for over 10 years.
THE leader of Wiltshire Council has urged people to do all they can to stop the spread of coronavirus.
A FORMER magistrate who created a friends group for Erlestoke Prison, near Devizes, has been made an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Wiltshire have been put in the lowest category in the government's new three-tier coronavirus rules system.
A CARING grandfather left reeling from the news that he has a complex cancer hopes that an expensive treatment could cure him.
The Duchess of Cornwall visited Wiltshire Council today to thank staff for their work to support the coronavirus response.
More Wiltshire residents are heading back to the workplace, new figures from Google suggest.
It comes as the government announces it will pay two thirds of the wages of staff in businesses that are forced to close under new coronavirus restrictions.