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.
Two young women have died after a car came off the road in Swindon. Three others are seriously injured in hospital. The Renault Clio car left the road on the A419 and the vehicle was discovered by officers twenty metres from the road in undergrowth just after five o'clock this morning.
There were five occupants - three young men and two young women - all from the Swindon area and aged 19 or 20. The 19-year-old female driver was pronounced dead at the scene. A second female was later pronounced dead at the Great Western Hospital in Swindon.
Two of the male passengers are described as being "very poorly" at Frenchay Hospital in Bristol. A third male is being treated for his injuries at GWH.
An accident on the M4 westbound in Wiltshire has led to the closure of two lanes between junction 16 A3102/B4005 (Swindon West) and junction 17 A350/A429/B4122 (Chippenham). Traffic is queueing.
– Wiltshire Police Superintendent Gavin Williams
This is the first time Wiltshire Police has taken out an entire organised crime group - from the street dealers to those at the top.
Most of the initial evidence on criminal activity in our communities comes via the local NPTs who are familiar, trusted faces in our towns and villages.
I would also like to thank the local community for the role they play in helping us reduce crime – community based intelligence is crucial in both detecting and solving crime.
Servicemen and women from Fourth Battalion the Rifles in Wiltshire, said goodbye to their loved ones just two weeks ago, and deployed to Afghanistan for a six month tour.
British forces are scheduled to withdraw next year, so the troops focus is now on supporting and training the Afghans. Sally Lockwood reports.
A jury at the Old Bailey has been sworn in in the case of former newspaper owner Eddy Shah who is accused of rape.
Shah, 69, of Chippenham, Wiltshire, denies raping a girl under 16 during the 1990s.
Shah and a man and woman are accused of sex offences against the girl between the ages of 12 and 15.
Anthony Pallant, 53, of West Malling, Kent, denies rape and indecent assault. Susan Davies, 53, of Swanley, Kent, denies indecent assault, aiding and abetting rape and child cruelty.
Shah, who is charged under his birth name of Selim Shah, founded the now-defunct Today newspaper in 1986.
In response to the outbreak of Measles in Wales, NHS England has unveiled its plans to vaccinate in the ITV Meridian region. GPs in Dorset, Hampshire, Wiltshire and on the Isle of Wight will offer the MMR jab to 10 to 16 year olds who haven't previously had it.
Wiltshire Police are appealing for information on the location of 39-year-old Allan Campbell. Officers are very keen to speak to Allan in relation to a number of canal boat burglaries in Wiltshire and other force areas.
He is described as white, 6’ 2” tall, of proportionate build and has numerous tattoos on his arms, hands, chest and back.
He has no fixed address and is believed to have been in the Warwickshire area recently but may have moved on.
Anyone with information is asked to please contact DC Nick Mackian at Wiltshire Police on 101.
Or to report information anonymously contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Allan Johns, who lives in the north of the county, has been appointed on a part time basis. If a member of the public makes a complaint to Wiltshire Police and is not satisfied with the way the Force has decided to deal with it they have the right to appeal that decision.
Mr Johns will review these complaint appeals and determining whether the findings and actions by Wiltshire Police should stand or be changed. This was previously carried out by the national Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), which now only deals with a very limited number of appeals.
Allan Johns is an emeritus professor at The University of Bath. He has experience in reviewing complaints and appeals as he was chairman of Wiltshire Police Authority's Professional Standards Committee for four years.
An inquest heard today that a landlord from Wiltshire took his own life after facing finanical problems.
Malcolm Levesconte went missing at the same time as a £29,000 Christmas savings fund disappeared. His body was later found off the Kent coast.
Andrew Pate has been at the inquest:
A pub landlord fell to his death from a cross-Channel ferry after disappearing with almost £30,000 pounds of his patrons' Christmas savings
Malcolm Levesconte , aged 59 years, disappeared with the thrift fund from The Royal Oak pub in Shrewton in Wiltshire.
His body was found in the English Channel on Christmas Eve.
The Salisbury inquest heard Mr Levesconte had got into debt with credit cards and rent payments.
He texted his partner from the ferry telling her where to find his suicide notes and will.
The coroner recorded a verdict of suicide.