The number of recorded coronavirus cases in Wiltshire increased by seven over the last 24 hours, official figures show.
SAY hello to another batch of beautiful babies born to our readers..
Parents have shared their big family news with us, spreading a little joy in the world during tough times.
Metal thieves struck hundreds of times in Wiltshire last year, new figures reveal.
The Local Government Association has called for councils to be given more powers to tackle rogue traders who deal in the spoils of metal heists.
It is ‘far too early’ to say what the next year’s council tax rates will look like, say council bosses.
CONCERNS have been raised that some barbers and hairdressers are not following Covid safety rules.
Staff in close contact with customers for an extended period of time must wear a visor and a face mask to provide a barrier from respiratory droplets caused by sneezing, coughing or speaking.
A self-claimed former soldier is accused of trying to suffocate his partner while he chanted in gibberish.
Social gatherings of more than six people will be banned in law under new measures to control the virus.
WILTSHIRE households could see more than the planned 2.9 council tax rise next year, because a new budget has to be set for 2020/21.
A CONDIMENT company in Malmesbury is asking people to collect crab apples for a good cause during a walk in the countryside.
The number of recorded coronavirus cases in Wiltshire has increased by 21 since Friday, official figures show.
It’s been years in the making but Minety finally has its own community shop.
Having started as a pop-up at a bus stop during lockdown, thanks to a number of grants and hard-working organisers, it found a permanent home at the village hall.
THE Adver had the chance to sample some of Rick Stein’s new menu in a four-course set of tasters served up ahead of the grand reopening.
British soprano and Classical Brit Nominee, Carl Paoli, has been invited by Anglo-Italian singer/songwriter Jack Savoretti to join him as a Special Guest for his forthcoming concert, ‘ONE NIGHT IN PORTOFINO’ tonight (September 4).
THE pandemic has not stopped Malmesbury Carnival from going ahead - but it has changed the way events are held.