The team re-introducing the Giant Bustard to Wiltshire are increasing the number of birds they rear there and bringing in eggs from Spain.
A teenager from Wiltshire impressed on the Dragons' Den last night and came away with a huge cash investment.
You don't have to go to University after A Levels. If your results did not reach the standard you hoped for, there are alternatives
Students across the region will be finding out their A Level results today. Many will discover if they have made it into their university of choice. But changes to the syllabus and tougher marking have made the path to further education all the more challenging.
If you would like us to read out your congratulations on tonight's ITV West Country at 6pm, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to hear where you're from, and where the A Level student is off to next term.
We will be reading out a selection of A Level congratulation messages on ITV West Country tomorrow night from 6pm. If you would like yours to be one of them, then please email it to email@example.com.
Please include where you are from, where the A level student is off to next term, and any other interesting snippets!
Our Education Correspondent Richard Payne has been to meet a group of young people in South Gloucestershire awaiting their A level results tomorrow (Thursday 14 August).
Swindon Town have issued the following statement, in response to allegations from Wiltshire Police that the club has not paid recent policing bills.
– Swindon Town FC press officer
The club would not like to comment on this matter directly but can confirm that a meeting between club officials and high-ranking police officials took place recently. The club look forward to cementing their good relationship with Wiltshire Police over the forthcoming season and beyond.
@official_stfc spokesman is looking into situation...
Wiltshire Police has warned Swindon Town it may withdraw policing from matches unless the club pays its bills.
ITV News understands the club owes the force 'tens of thousands of pounds' for the last three matches.
– Police spokesman
Wiltshire Police remain in discussion with Swindon Town Football Club regarding unpaid funds.
We are hopeful that this situation will be resolved as soon as possible. It would be inappropriate to comment further at this time.
A spokesman for Swindon Town said the club were investigating the matter.
An online petition has been launched in Swindon asking for a public inquiry into the Fire at Averies Recycling.
Andrew Parkin, who lives in the town, says the smoke has been so bad he now wants something to be done. He says he's concerned that the cost of extinguishing the fire will be left to the taxpayer.
Businesses operating near to a fire in Swindon say smoke has made working near impossible.
Fire crews have been at Averies Recycling Centre since the fire started almost three weeks ago. It has not yet been extinguished.
James Brown owns a garage next to the site says it has been a disaster for local businesses..