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RMT members who work for First Great Western walk out for 72 hours from midnight

Rail disruption expected when three-day bank holiday strike starts at midnight

Former Wiltshire Chief Constable Patrick Geenty with Police and Crime Commissioner Angus Macpherson

Police officers face misconduct hearings in wake of IPCC report into sexual abuse mishandling

Police warning over fears of sextortion

Don't be blackmailed: Police warn over online sextortion risk

Take extra care this weekend, urges the ambulance service

Ambulance services urges drivers to take care on roads this bank holiday weekend

Wearing something silver are WAA Pilot Nicky Smith (left) and WAA Critical Care Paramedic Richard Miller (right) with children l-r (back row) Ethan McDonald, Tallulah Bakewell, Thomas Reed, Jessica Ingram, Sophie Reed; (front row) Frazer White, Freya de l

Wiltshire Air Ambulance sparkles in silver for 25th anniversary fundraiser

How to find the best deal on a used car - from  http://www.swindonadvertiser.co.uk/cars

How to find the best deal on your next car

Wiltshire Council leader Jane Scott is set to join the House of Lords

She's a Lady: Wiltshire Council leader Jane Scott to join House of Lords

Runner Steve Harman and his dog Merlot with rubbish tipped at Sandpits Lane, Steeple Ashton. Picture by Trevor Porter 51788 2. (36638472)

Concerns over fly tipping after bags of rubbish dumped in Steeple Ashton countryside

Simon Routh-Jones, chief fire officer of Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service

Fire merger moves one step closer

New technology heaps pressure on police investigators

Digital dilemma for police as new technology increases casework

Mark Hopwood, managing director of First Great Western

Bank holiday rail strike will go ahead, RMT union and train operator confirm

Police warning over bogus calls claiming to be from Wiltshire Council

Police warning over bogus calls claiming to be from Wiltshire Council

A recent queue at a household recycling centre. Wiltshire Council warns that they are likely to be extremely busy this weekend. Picture by Trevor Porter

Warning issued over busy household recycling centres this bank holiday

Sunshine could emerge from rain clouds across Wiltshire today

Brighter spells expected today - although showers could still strike

Winsley residents Betty Parr and Daphne Cox are delighted with the new bus stops around Winsley for the First Bus 265 service. Picture by Trevor Porter 51792 2. (36671643)

All aboard: New stops added to Winsley bus service after concerns from residents

Peter and Ruth Doyle celebrate at Wiltshire Hotel, Golf and Leisure Resort in Royal Wootton Bassett today

VIDEO: Couple's £1m EuroMillions win is perfect wedding anniversary 'gift'

Teresa Wiltshire and her mum, Mary Lymath, at Melksham Cemetery where her dad's gravestone has been pushed over. By Siobhan Boyle SMB645/2

Melksham family's anger after 'unsafe' gravestone is pushed over

Rail workers will strike again this weekend after talks between train operator First Great Western and the RMT union broke down today

UPDATE: First Great Western still hopes new talks can avert bank holiday rail strike

Sharl Adabashi, Chair of Friends of Trowbridge Park, and Bill Austin, Head of Direct Services at Trowbridge Town Council, in the Park. Pics Trevor Porter (50091)

Friends of Trowbridge Park appeal for support for 'Riot of Colour' planting event

Type 2 diabetes is associated with poor diet, obesity and sedentary lifestyles -  the NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme, which will support people in reducing their risk of diabetes by helping them lose weight, be more active and have a healthier diet

'More than 45k Wiltshire people at risk of Type 2 diabetes'

Eurofighter Typhoons on display at the Royal International Air Tattoo, Fairford. Organisers say they will work with any review of air show safety measures

Tattoo chiefs in safety vow for air shows

Commuters battling torrential morning rain - but the end is in sight

Commuters battling torrential morning rain - but the end is in sight

The Kennet & Avon Canal

New BBC series visits Kennet & Avon Canal

Ready steady go for Charlotte Forrester and Rachel Bown, as they promote the hill climb during Bradford on Avon Cycling Festival. Picture by Trevor Porter TP51784-2

Wheely brave competitors encouraged to take part in hill climb for Bradford's cycling festival

First Great Western has said it was hopeful discussions with the RMT union will result in an agreement and avert a 72-hour walkout from staff over the bank holiday weekend

Talks continue in bid to halt 72-hour bank holiday strike by rail staff

Weather warning maps issued by the Met Office today

Lightning alert in second yellow weather warning of rain from Met Office in two days

Trowbridge Mayor Roger Andrews pulls a pint at the Box Steam Brewery, watched by MD Andy Roberts. By Trevor Porter TP51779-12

Thousands join Box Steam Brewery to celebrate eats, beats and beer in Holt

Sarah Harding, Chris Lines, Sue Dupercq, Laura Ashford, Hannah Thompson and Jessica Phillips at the official opening of the new Corsham Library on Corsham Campus last year. Picture by Vicky Scipio

Going from strength to strength: Wiltshire's libraries prove a real page turner

Comic Darren Walsh

10 of funniest jokes at Edinburgh Fringe revealed as Walsh scoops Dave award

Wiltshire Air Ambulance

Blood is being carried on board Wiltshire Air Ambulance

Elodie making a plaster of Paris mould dinosaur

Having fun at the real Jurassic Park

One of the Routemaster buses heading for Imber. By Trevor Porter 51777 1

Routemaster buses take Imber visitors on journey back in time

File photo dated 01/12/2006 of a man drinking beer.

Wiltshire to feature in Sky programme about alcohol dependency in middle classes

Katherine and Madeleine Butler with Wilson at last year's Fun Day

Bath Cats and Dogs Home prepares for 40th anniversary of annual Bank Holiday Fun Day

Rob Camm with teamates as he becomes the first quadriplegic to take part in a Tough Mudder event by navigating a 12-mile obstacle course in a wheelchair that he controls with his chin. Picture: Ben Birchall/PA Wire

Student is first tetraplegic in the world to tackle 12-mile Tough Mudder challenge

A weather map issued by the Met Office today

Yellow warning of heavy rain issued by Met Office

Fraudsters have set up websites advertising flat screen televisions for sale which do not exist

SCAM ALERT: Beware of flat screen TV fraudsters

Rain is set to fall until this afternoon across Wiltshire

Temperatures and raindrops falling as bad weather continues

Andrew Willis, Sam Bishop, Russ Bishop, Nigel Decarteret and Archie Webster

Wiltshire's fire crews present cheque to air ambulance

Police close off Lidl in Canal Road, Trowbridge following an incident at the store at around 4am. Pics Trevor Porter

Man arrested after Lidl incident

What to do this week

Open gardens

Brighten your garden for spring

Christopher Devine, chairman of the Wiltshire and Swindon Fire Authority

Joint fire service to operate from new base in Salisbury

FGW staff to strike on Sunday as talks collapse

FGW staff to strike on Sunday as talks collapse

Today's the day when GCSE exam grades are revealed

Live LIVE BLOG: GCSE results 2015

GCSE results expected to show small rise in C grades and better

GCSE results expected to show small rise in C grades and better

Fracking could be brought to Wiltshire. Picture by Joshua Doubek (36095506)

Fracking could be brought to Wiltshire in plans announced by Government

The proportion of GCSEs awarded at least a C grade has risen again this year

GCSE results day: Rise in C grades or better but fall in top grades

Bright spells will be followed by showers, according to the Met Office

Sunny start for Swindon and surrounds before showers set in

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