Twelve cases of coronavirus have been recorded in Wiltshire since last week, official figures show.
Public Health England figures show that 1,252 people had been confirmed as testing positive for Covid-19 by 9am on Tuesday (July 14) in Wiltshire, up from 1,240 the same time a week prior.
A Melksham company is helping local businesses by delivering PPE and has become one of the only suppliers of a new contactless temperature track device in the South West.
A Melksham company is helping local businesses by delivering PPE and a new contactless temperature track device.
Malmesbury firefighters have warned drivers to think about where they park after spotting a car left in a narrow spot despite warning signs.
More people have taken up smoking in Wiltshire over the past year, figures suggest, with the proportion of smokers higher than the UK average.
A NEW £100,000 fund has been launched to support voluntary groups tackling the effects of the coronavirus pandemic in Swindon.
HERE's the latest batch of bonny babies born to Gazette and Herald and Wiltshire Times readers during lockdown.
MALMESBURY inventor Andrew Carnegie says an air filter machine he developed nearly 20 years ago is helping hospitals to fight coronavirus infection.
AN estate of 71 houses can cover green fields in Malmesbury, after Housing Minister Robert Jenrick said the scheme could go ahead.
Devizes butchers, Walter Rose & Son has provided Malmesbury charity Heals with ten of their top-selling ‘Essential Meat Boxes’.
ONE fire engine from Malmesbury attended reports of a bonfire out of control in Cowbridge Crescent at 8.43am this morning .
A fire crew from Malmesbury was called to an out of control bonfire in Cowbridge Crescent at 8.43am this morning .
Landlords said trade was 'slow but steady' and the expected rush back to the pubs did not materialiseWritten by Malmesbury Gazette & Herald
PUB-goers appeared to have heeded official advice to drink responsibly when they visited their local on Super Saturday.
Staff at Kingsbury Green Academy have been using online tools to support year six pupils from nine primary schools in preparing to move on to the secondary school in September.
Health leaders have asked the public not to throw away the progress made in tackling coronavirus by behaving badly on the first weekend of reduced lockdown restrictions.
Children's play areas across Wiltshire are set re-open tomorrow (Saturday, July 4) for the first time since March, as restrictions ease.