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Pressure is mounting on Wiltshire Council to halt the controversial People Friendly Streets scheme.

Wiltshire's very own test and trace service has been officially launched.

The second lockdown and the way it’s being handled has been criticised by some of the businesses most affected by it.

There are mixed reactions to the Stonehenge tunnel decision which has been given the green light.

The mum of a little boy with Down’s Syndrome has hit out at Emmerdale’s soon-to-beaired pregnancy termination storyline.

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An ambulance car used by volunteers for work in the community was targeted in a “mindless” and “disgraceful” act of vandalism - which could cost lives.

Four children were rescued by firefighters from a vehicle stuck in a flooded ford in Rockford.

Councillors fear allowing a change of use for a tattoo studio will lead to the loss of a prime retail site.

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A teenager diagnosed with a rare form of cancer has had a morale boost receiving messages from celebrities.

Young people have spoken out as part of a Covid-19 inspired short film.

Three car crashes in three days result in injuries, arrest and a death.

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