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 coroner is expected to deliver his conclusion today at the inquest of a soldier found hanged at her barracks in Wiltshire.
Corporal Anne-Marie Ellement died at Bulford in October 2011 after claiming she had been sexually assaulted by two colleagues.
Her family claim she was being bullied by other soldiers.
Good Samaritans who stopped for a lone man posing as a stranded motorist have fallen victim to the fraud. The man carries a green fuel can and is believed to stand on various slip roads between junction 19 of the M4 (M32 junction) and junction 15 (A419 Swindon turnoff).
The man claims his vehicle has broken down elsewhere due to running out of fuel he asks motorists for a lift to the nearest service station, primarily Leigh Delemere or Membury.
En route he claims to take a call from the Highways Agency or police who require his car to be moved at a cost of around £800. Those giving him a lift have then offered to help out towards the cost. Once dropped at the services they never hear from him again.
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Anyone with information should contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111where information can be left anonymously if they wish.
A soldier who died after taking her own life was branded a liar and bullied by her colleagues, after she accused two fellow soldiers of raping her, a new inquest into her death heard.
Corporal Anne-Marie Ellement, 30, was found at Bulford Barracks near Salisbury in Wiltshire on October 2011. Her sister Sharon Hardy said she was increasingly traumatised in the final months of her life after military investigators decided not to prosecute the two soldiers she claimed raped her.
Her sister described how she was bullied by colleagues in Germany and said she was very concerned that a former colleague had been transferred to Bulford, where she was stationed.
Mrs Hardy said her sister alleged another soldier said to her in front of 100 personnel: "There's the girl that cried rape." She said:
"Anne-Marie was absolutely mortified because, as she said, none of the soldiers in her unit knew about this."
Police want to speak to these five men in connection with the biggest ever series of raids in Wiltshire. Fifty two people were arrested as part of the undercover operation into the supply of Class A drugs in the county. Police say these five men should not be approached.
Wiltshire Police is appealing for the public’s help in locating 5 suspects wanted in connection with yesterday’s day of action.
Yesterday (Wednesday 29th January 2014) saw Wiltshire Police undertake the biggest single day of action in its history.
The day of action, supported by Operation Harness, saw more than 400 police officers and staff execute approximately 70 warrants at residential and business addresses in Swindon and London.
As a result of yesterday’s activity, 52 people were arrested.
These men should not be approached by members of the public, instead, anyone with information on their whereabouts should contact Wiltshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where information can be left anonymously.
Hundreds of police officers have carried out a series of drugs raids in Wiltshire, the biggest day of action the force has ever seen in the county. Warrants were executed at nearly 40 addresses in Swindon - 25 people have been arrested. Robert Murphy has more.
Drugs officers have carried out Wiltshire Police's biggest set of raids in the force's history.
They planned to execute warrants at 60 addressed in Swindon.
The operation follows a major crack down on Class A drugs in the town, with months of undercover work being done.
More than 400 officers were involved in the raids, with the main aim to try and seize heroine and crack cocaine.
The former air base was used as a temporary headquarters for the raids.
Wiltshire Police are appealing for information about a man who went missing from his home in Salisbury at the weekend. Christopher Savage, 39, needs medication. He was last seen in Wilton Road on Saturday.
If you have information or have seen Christopher Savage please call the Duty Sergeant at Salisbury Police Station on 101.
Work will begin today to knocked down the old visitor centre at Stonehenge.
A new £27 million replacement was opened in December last year, which was one of the biggest financial projects ever undertaken by English Heritage.
The new centre includes a 360-degree virtual experience, allowing visitors to feel like they are standing on the stones.