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.
Wiltshire Police have increased patrols in and around Savernake Forest, Marlborough, following a rise in people picking mushrooms there.A number of people have been detained following possession of Liberty Cap Mushrooms (Psilocybe Semilanceata) in the last few days.
Liberty Cap Mushrooms are a Class A Controlled Drug as they fall into the category of 'Magic Mushrooms'.
In the last few days 6 people have been caught in possession of the mushrooms in the Marlborough area and each of these are now being investigated.
Wiltshire Police are appealing for information after a fuel theft in Landford.
At approximately 6:00pm on Sunday 15th September, three men entered the Landford Stone premises and took gas bottles and fuel.
Anyone with information regarding the theft or the identities of the men pictured should contact PCSO Stephanie Dutton at Alderbury Police Station via 101. Alternatively contact Crimestoppers 0800 555 111 where details may be left anonymously if preferred.
A man was arrested on suspicion of causing a serious injury by dangerous driving. He remains in custody at Gablecross Police Station.
One lane on the eastbound carriageway is now re-opened and, it is hoped, that all lanes on both carriageways will be fully re-opened within the hour.
As a result of these collisions, long tailbacks have been caused on the M4 and the A419 at the Commonhead roundabout, Swindon.
Motorists are advised to avoid the area if possible and, advice for any motorists in the area is to remain calm and inside your vehicle.
Anyone with information on this incident is asked to contact Wiltshire Police on 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 where information can be left anonymously.
The section of the M4 between junctions 15 and 14 affected by a number of road traffic collisions this morning is due to be fully reopened within the next hour. Wiltshire Police were first alerted to a collision between a car transporter, a car and a van on the M4 shortly before 00.18am.
As a result of this collision, the M4 in both directions was closed between junction 15 and 14 at 00.38am.
Further to this initial collision, a number of other collisions also occurred.
– Wiltshire Police spokesperson
As a result of these collisions, three people were seriously injured with one woman receiving life threatening injuries. Two have been airlifted to Frenchay Hospital in Bristol and one has been taken via land ambulance to the Great Western Hospital in Swindon. The next of kin of all those injured have been informed.
Drivers are being advised that a section of the eastbound carriageway of the M4 at Swindon is totally closed and two lanes of the westbound carriageway are also closed.
Wiltshire Police is investigating after a serious collision between junction 15 and junction 14 shortly after midnight.
The collision, involving a car, a van and a partially-laden car transporter, happened at about 12.20am just over a mile east of junction 15 and resulted in several serious injuries. Drivers are advised to avoid the area if at all possible.
A diversion between junction 15 and 14 is in place for eastbound traffic. The signed diversion is advising drivers leaving the motorway at junction 15 to follow the 'hollow circle' diversion symbol via A419 north towards Swindon, B4192 eastbound towards Hungerford then the A338 to rejoin the M4.
The Salisbury-based foodbank charity the Trussell Trust is calling on the Prime Minster to take action on food poverty after requests for its help tripled.
The Trussell Trust distributed more than 350,000 three-day food parcels from its branches across the country between April and September 2013. The figure is three times higher than during the same months last year.
TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady described the numbers of people turning to foodbanks in the UK as "shocking".
– TUC general secretary Frances O'Grady
The Chancellor is talking up a recovery - but for who? These new figures show that, despite trying desperately hard to make ends meet, hundreds of thousands of people still can't afford to put food on the table for their families.
Welfare reforms like the Bedroom Tax have pushed more households into food poverty.
A man's been found guilty of the manslaughter of a fellow soldier in Wiltshire.
John Gilliver attacked Gunner Steven Castaglioni after spending the afternoon together in June 2009.
John Gilliver of Bingham Road, Larkhill, will be sentenced at a date to be confirmed.
Detective Sergeant, Deborah Ellender who led the investigation said:
"John Gilliver and Steven Castaglioni were friends and colleagues and had spent the afternoon drinking together at Gilliver’s home. There was a disagreement between the men and Gilliver’s aggressive response, coupled with the effects of alcohol resulted in Steven’s death."
A man has been found guilty of the manslaughter of a soldier in Wiltshire.
Gunner Steven Castaglioni was attacked by fellow soldier John Gilliver in June 2009 following an altercation seen by witnesses.
The cause of death was given as the combined effects of concussive head injury and intoxication.
John Gilliver of Bingham Road, Larkhill, was found guilty at Winchester Crown Court.
He will be sentenced on a date to be confirmed.
Two people, thought to have been involved in a robbery at a jewellers in Wiltshire are still on the run. Deacon and Sons on Marlborough High Street was broken into yesterday. The gang fled in a car which was later found on fire. Another vehicle, pursed by Swindon police, crashed near a hospital.