THE train line has reopened between Kemble and Cheltenham, 24 hours after a man died on the tracks.
Specialist officers have been investigating the site since a train crashed into a man’s car.
AN author from Malmesbury has delved into the untold stories of female British spies during the Second World War in his first published work.
David Longridge has been working on his first book, In Youth, In Fear, In War, for the past three years, ensuring every historical detail is correct.
POLICE in Wiltshire are focussing on the needs of young people this month.
The force is looking at ways to better engage with children and young people, as well as educate the county’s youngsters on matters which most affect then.
THE Wiltshire Air Ambulance have thanked those who supported its 2016 Grand Christmas Draw, having raised a total of £57,210.
Just over £45,000 was raised from raffle tickets, along with additional donations of £5,921 towards the charity’s day-to-day operations.
A TEENAGER who ran away from police in Malmesbury after a car he was in was searched, has been given a caution, having admitted to the possession of cannabis.
Police officers smelled cannabis coming from a car parked in Station Yard Car Park at 3.30pm on January 29.
FIREFIGHTERS from Malmesbury’s fire crew attended two call-outs today.
At 8.41am they had to gain access to a property on Sir Bernard Lovell Road, Malmesbury, to rescue a lady who had collapsed inside.
THERE is slow moving traffic on the A417 this morning near Brimsfield due to a broken down vehicle.
The road is partially blocked due to the incident.
More to follow.
THE RAF Charitable Trust are inspiring the next generation of engineers in North Cerney.
The Trust presented two talented youngsters from North Cerney Church of England Primary Academy with this year’s Junior Engineer Challenge Award.
POLICE have received yet more reports of badger setts being blocked in in north Wiltshire.
A recent incident of setts being filled in occurred in Brokenborough, where the remains of dead badgers were found on January 31.
AN appeal has been made to businesses to support Wiltshire Air Ambulance (WAA).
The charity has a history of working with businesses who raise money towards the day to day costs of its lifesaving service and have now created The 100 Club.