A son has made an appeal for thieves to return his father's ashes, which were taken during a burglary in Melksham.
The daughters of a Wiltshire man fighting for the right to die have appeared on ITV1's This Morning to support him.
Tony Nicklinson from Melksham is paralysed by locked-in syndrome. His case for assisted suicide is being heard at the High Court this week
Police in Wiltshire are appealing for witnesses to the fatal crash on the A350 between Lacock & Beanacre this morning, Tuesday 5th November 2013.
At around 6.05am a Silver Rover 45 travelling south, towards Melksham, collided with a grey Toyota Avensis travelling in the opposite direction.
The 37 year old Rover driver was seriously injured and he died at the scene.The road was shut for approximately six hours to allow for investigation work at the scene to be completed.
A man's been killed after a crash which has left one of the region's main A-roads closed this morning.
He was driving a Rover car on the A350 near Melksham in Wiltshire when it collided with a Toyota.
The driver of that car suffered minor injuries. The crash happened just after 6am this morning.
Police closed the road for investigation work and to clear the wreckage.
A man has died after an accident on the A350 near Melksham this morning.
The road, a major route through Wiltshire, was closed in both directions just after 6am.
Police are hoping to reopen the road by 12.30pm.
Campaigners are gathering outside Melksham Crown Post Office, Wiltshire, today to collect signatures against its closure. Eight jobs are under threat as the Post Office plans to close the branch and relocate inside another retailer.
Melksham is one of 76 offices facing closure and franchising.
The family of Tony Nicklinson from Melksham are appealing for public support to help fund their right-to-die campaign.
He died last year shortly after losing his legal bid to end his life with a doctor's help. An internet page hoping to raise £5,000 put towards legal costs has just been launched.
A man's been remanded in custody accused of murdering his wife in Wiltshire.
Richard Newton appeared before Salisbury Magistrates today charged with killing 45 year old Suzanne.
Her body was discovered at her home in Melksham on Sunday.
Police arrested her husband in Somerset the following day.
Wiltshire Police have named the woman whose body was found in a Melksham house on Sunday as Suzanne Newton, 45. She was found in Barnes Wallis Close, Bowerhill. Her husband, Richard Newton, is currently being questioned by detectives on suspicion of murder.
I understand he underwent an operation on his stomach while in hospital and he has now been released for questioning.