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Veterans from across the south west who braved sub-zero temperatures during the Second World War were being honoured by Russia at a presentation ceremony in Trowbridge today to recognise their bravery during the conflict.
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Veterans from Wiltshire who braved sub-zero temperatures during the Second World War were honoured by Russia at a special presentation ceremony in Trowbridge to recognise their bravery during the conflict.
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The needs of victims and the vital role volunteers can play in tackling crime and anti-social behaviour (ASB) are highlighted in a series of updates to the Police and Crime Commissioner’s strategy published today.
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The Ministry of Justice has been fined £180,000 by the data watchdog for serious failings in the way prisons have been handling information relating to inmates, victims and visitors after the loss of a back-up hard drive at HMP Erlestoke Prison.
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I have fairly mixed views on the way Parliament is run. It is probably reckoned bad form to be anything other than effusive about the senior bureaucracy that supports the Commons but it has never struck me as especially Rolls-Royce.
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Andy Woolley, South West Regional Secretary of the National Union of Teachers, the largest teachers’ union, said today: “Students and their teachers are to be congratulated on their GCSE achievements today.
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Welcome to the Wiltshire Times' live blog on GCSE results day. Send your pictures to email@example.com and we’ll feature as many as we can. Don’t forget to include names and which school you go to.
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GENERAL ELECTION: CONSTITUENCIES
Your Say Your Times
I would like to draw the attention of residents of Wiltshire to the latest consultation by Wiltshire Council that could see bus passes only being able to be used after 9.30am. It seems to me that once again Wiltshire Council is looking to save £180,000 at the expense of the elderly and disabled. It could be suggested that if leading councillors hadn’t taken their eye-watering increases in the allowances these cuts wouldn’t now be necessary. − Cllr Terry Chivers, Independent, Melksham Without NorthWhat about workers?
Surely I am not alone in being irked by minority groups claiming to speak for the people of Wiltshire? Who are these people who condemn fracking so roundly and are prepared to use any legal means to stop it? Whoever they are, they haven’t bothered to seek the opinion of the majority and it follows that they have no right to speak for us. − Tony Sedgewick, DevizesNot speaking for all