The parents of a teenage girl who died in a car crash on Saturday have released a heartfelt tribute to their "beautiful daughter."
Firefighters in Wiltshire have been raising awareness about road safety.
People are being warned of the dangers of chip pan fires as the nation celebrates its favourite food.
The Brigade Commander Brigadier Rupert Jones MBE said: “With the focus of the Brigade being Tidworth and Bulford it is a great privilege for us to be hosted in Salisbury today.
“I think it is very important at the end of a tour that you do commemorate your fallen and sadly we had others back here in Britain who died, it is important to remember them and also pause and remember the Afghans who died during the tour as well.
“This summer the Afghans took the lead for the first time, it was a genuinely decisive moment where they had to stand up and they did that very, very, effectively and exceeded everyone’s expectations, not least their own.
“Now the Brigade turns its attention to the next challenge with the Army restructuring.
“The Brigade will take its rotation on to readiness in due course as we re-role into an Armoured Infantry Brigade in 2014 and that is where our focus is.”
A new volunteer recruitment website is being launched today in Wiltshire.
The website www.volunteercentrewiltshire.org.uk highlights the types of volunteering, local volunteer stories and ways to get involved.
The website comes in response to the challenges which charities face in finding volunteers. It allows free volunteering opportunity advertising for all not-for-profit organisations. Any role can be added to Volunteer Centre Wiltshire’s database and the website is free to use by anyone.
– Simone Lord, Volunteer Centre Manager
The driving force behind the website came from a desire to give volunteers a clear and simple means of accessing information about volunteering, and a central place for community groups to post their vacant opportunities. This will support the thousands of local residents who are eager to volunteer their skills.”
'The worst case of post natal depression I've ever heard of'. That's how a coroner has described the case of a woman from Wiltshire whose battle with the illness led to her tragic death.
Emma Cadywould's body was found beside a railway line in South Marston six months after the birth of her son. She had been struck by a high speed train.
Her family say they were pleased the inquest verdict was not suicide - because this will allow them to take the case further. Martin Dowse explains.
A special auction is taking place a Sotheby's - and it's all to do with old maps. The event includes playing cards - which feature the oldest ever maps of each county. As David Wood reports, the auction should attract a lot of interest.
Wiltshire Police is holding another recruitment drive this year.
The last time they did back in January - 300 thousand people logged on to register in the first 2 hours - and the system crashed.
This time the force has reassured applicants, that the process will be open for 10 days. But questions are being raised about why the force is doing another recruitment drive - so soon after the last one. Robert Murphy has more details.
Officers are appealing for witnesses following a fatal collision on the A350 between Lacock and Beanacre this morning.
At around 6:05am a Silver Rover 45 travelling south, towards Melksham, collided with a grey Toyota Avensis travelling in the opposite direction.
Sadly, the driver of the Rover, a 37-year-old man from Melkhsam, was seriously injured in the collision and died at the scene.
The driver of the Toyota, a 32-year-old man also from Melksham, suffered minor injuries and was taken to the RUH in Bath where he was later discharged.
The road was shut for approximately six hours to allow for investigation work at the scene to be completed.
After a six month deployment to Afghanistan 350 Soldiers from 9 Theatre Logistic Regiment marked their return to the UK with an Operational Medal Parade in Malmesbury in Wiltshire.
9 TLR formed part of the Theatre Logistics Group responsible for providing the deployed British troops with ammunition, body armour, vehicles, weapons, fuel, rations, medical supplies and water.
Personnel were presented with operational service medals by the Lord Lieutenant of Wiltshire, Mrs Sarah Troughton and the Mayor of Malmesbury, Mr John Grundy. After the parade the soldiers then marched to Malmesbury Abbey for a church service.
The crash took place between junctions 15 and 14 of the M4 shortly before 00.20am on Thursday 17th October. It involved a car transporter, an Audi and a Ford Transit van.
Two people were seriously hurt in the crash - the 32-year-old driver of the Audi and the 22-year-old passenger of the Transit van, both were airlifted to Frenchay Hospital in Bristol.
The female driver of the Audi, who is from the Salisbury area, suffered life-threatening injuries and remains in hospital. She is in a critical but stable condition.
– Wiltshire Police
Anyone with information on this incident is asked to call the Serious Collision Investigation Team at Wiltshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where information can be left anonymously.
One lane closed due to broken down vehicle on the M4 Eastbound between J16 A3102 / B4005 (Swindon West) and J15 A346 Marlborough Road / A419 Marlborough Road (Swindon East).
Longs Bar, on Victoria Road, Swindon, has been caught by Wiltshire Police Licensing Officers serving underage volunteers four times since 2010 - with 3 of these taking place since October 2012.
The test volunteers served were as young as 15. At a Licensing Committee hearing at Swindon Borough Council the premises license was revoked.
There is now a 21 day period where the premises licence holder, Arkells Brewery, can appeal this decision.
Wiltshire Police Licensing Officer Sian Kalynka said: “We take any breaches of the law seriously and on four occasions test volunteers, who are all under 18, have been served alcohol in Longs Bar.