Rubbish from the smouldering Averies recycling yard in Swindon is being removed to another site to allow fire fighters to fight the blaze
Policing continue to search a pond in Wiltshire after finding women's clothing buried nearby.
Detectives investigating murderer Christopher Halliwell have recovered property belonging to his victim Sian O'Callaghan in Wiltshire.
A man has been charged with dangerous driving after a car crash in Swindon which killed one man and seriously injured another.
It happened in May on Thamesdown Drive near the Orbital Shopping Centre.
23-year old Arnie Peter Rogers from Swindon has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving, causing death by driving without licence/insurance or whilst disqualified and causing serious injury by dangerous driving.
He has been released on bail and is due to appear at Swindon Magistrates Court on September 17th.
Fire crews tackling a blaze that's been smouldering for more than five weeks have today adopted what they call "more aggressive tactics" in an effort to put it out.
They've finally been able to get close to the source of the fire in a huge pile of rubbish at a recycling centre in Swindon.
But they warn the clouds of smoke which have been blighting the area could continue for weeks.
Bob Constantine reports:
Wootton Bassett Road in Swindon is partly blocked after a lorry hit a railway bridge between Redposts Driver and Mannington Roundabout.
Police say the lorry is stuck under the bridge.
Firefighters in Swindon will tomorrow dump thousands of litres of water on a fire at a recycling centre in Swindon.
The fire at the Averies site has been burning for more than a month. Thousands of tonnes of waste has been removed from the centre, allowing Wiltshire fire crews to better tackle the blaze.
Residents and local businesses are being told that the work will almost certainly result in more smoke, similar to those experienced in the early days of the fire.
The Swindon to Kemble rail line has re-opened as a double track for the first time in nearly 50 years.
It's taken 18 months to install the extra line at a cost of £45 million.
But there won't be any extra trains on the route until at least 2017.
Swindon's Jazz Carlin has claimed her second gold at the European Championships.
The 23-year-old added the 400 metres freestyle crown - a new personal best - to her victory in the 800 metres.
Bath University's Chris Walker-Hebborn won gold in the 100m medley relay.
And Jemma Lowe, who's also based at Bath took bronze in the 100m women's relay.
Thousands of tonnes of unburnt waste is being removed from a recycling plant in Swindon that has now been burning for more than four weeks. It's hoped this will give crews space to tackle the fire at Averies in Marshgate more aggressively. The Environment Agency took control of the site after the owners failed to comply with orders to deal with the material.
The Great Western Hospital in Swindon is warning that patients who are abusive could be refused treatment and even prosecuted. It comes after 232 members of staff reported being assaulted in the past year, including the Emergency Department consultant who was swung at, pinned to a wall and even had an instrument trolley thrown at him by patients. The "Respect Us" campaign will remind people that verbal and physical abuse will not be tolerated.