THE new production of Ronald Harwood's The Dresser at the Theatre Royal in Bath is as good as drama gets.
A 20-year-old man from Ludgershall has been banned from driving for three years and given a suspended prison sentence following a number of drug-driving incidents.
ROAD works to improve the traffic signals at Plough Crossroads set to begin in October will see junction closure.
THE Council for the Protection of Rural England in Wiltshire has given a warm welcome to news that the Government is being recommended to rethink its proposals to relax planning regulations to allow further development.
RONNIE Scott's Jazz Club is one of the guest stars at this year's Devizes Arts Festival which is making a popular return from November 11-19.
VISITORS turned out in their thousands as Corsham Street Fair made a much-welcomed return from lockdown on Saturday (September 11).
A missing man from Calne has been found safe following a police appeal earlier today.
Officers said Louis Stickler, 61, had been located but did not say where.
POLICE today appealed for the public's help in locating a 61-year-old man who has gone missing in Calne.
A DEVELOPER has launched an appeal against a decision to not release a covenant on land designated for education.
Planning permission has been granted for a new dog daycare in Hullavington.
Mr C Bond of Barnfield Farm, The Street put in a bid with Wiltshire Council to change the use of Blackberry Barn to that of a dog daycare and kennels with some equestrian use.
HILLS Waste Solutions has brought in customer service training expert Intelligent Dialogue to help enhance its customer service.
POLICE have today appealed for witnesses after a 12-year-old girl in Corsham was left shaken after being grabbed by a man.
THE digital divide in the Corsham area is being reduced thanks to funding from the local area board.
WILTSHIRE Police have issued two CCTV images of three people they would like to speak to in relation to two separate incidents of shoplifting at supermarkets in Chippenham.
SMALL firms in Wiltshire have called for an Employment Allowance rise amid “anti-small business” tax hikes that could add to their annual costs.
PLANS to build 50 houses in Malmesbury will be decided by Wiltshire Council next week.
The Strategic Planning committee will meet on Thursday, September 16 to make a decision on an outline plan by Stonewater Housing Association and White Lion Land.
WILTSHIRE financial experts Old Mill has welcomed 15 new starters this week as the firm continues to expand and grow, despite the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
RESIDENTS of Corsham are expected to flock out in the sunshine as the town's Street Fair makes a welcome return on Saturday.