An Army sergeant attempted to murder his wife by removing vital parts of her parachute because he wanted to leave her, a court has heard.Read the full story ›
A "dangerous" prisoner who escaped from a hospital has been arrested.Read the full story ›
The soldiers who trained there left their names and messages on the walls of the tunnels.Read the full story ›
Pagans, druids and revellers watched the sun rise on the shortest day of the year at the ancient monument in Wiltshire.Read the full story ›
The men have been bailed until December pending further inquiries according to Wiltshire Police.Read the full story ›
About 12,000 people witnessed the sun rising over the ancient monument in Wiltshire at around 4.52am.Read the full story ›
A young mother and son have been reunited with a kindly stranger who left them £5 and a note, praising her mothering skills.Read the full story ›
Researchers have used ground-breaking techniques to make new discoveries at Stonehenge and in the landscape that surrounds it.Read the full story ›
Adult lionesses at a safari park in Wiltshire have surprised their keepers with a new form of entertainment.
They have been taking turns to climb and then leap from a tall oak tree in what appears to be a rudimentary form of base jumping.
The exhibition will be the first to explain Stonehenge to visitors, with 250 prehistoric objects - many unseen before - on loan from various collections.
One highlight is the most advanced forensic reconstruction of an early Neolithic man's face, based on a 5,500-year-old skeleton buried in a long barrow 1.5 miles from Stonehenge.
Two rare 14th century manuscripts, including some of the earliest drawings of the monument, Roman coins and jewellery are also on display