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We catch up with those who competed for the Miss Swindon and Miss Wiltshire crowns. Full story here.
Firefighters across Wiltshire will strike on Friday for the first time since the New Year, after talks to resolve a pay dispute failed again. Wiltshire’s chief fire officer Simon Routh-Jones pledged to provide the best possible cover during strike action.
A police officer has been acquitted of assault and misconduct after Tasering a naked man during a strip search. But PC Lee Birch still faces an investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
Exciting times for Corsham http://t.co/zCCMYVnHWp. Pop in for a coffee or lunch Aidan Turner - we'd love to see you.— @HarthamPark 29 April 2014
A flavour of 18th-century Cornwall will be coming to Corsham next week, when the High Street is transformed. Shooting for the BBC remake of Poldark, the period drama which set hearts racing in the 1970s will take place Tuesday to Wednesday, May 6 to 8, when the road will be closed to all traffic.
Prince Harry watches veterans on rowing machines during a visit to the Help For Heroes gym at Tedworth House, Tidworth, today. He met soldiers and veterans hoping to be selected for the Invictus Games later this year. Picture: Chris Ison/PA Wire
Ofsted inspectors have critisised Wiltshire College's teaching, student success rates, apprentice success rates and management. It is still without a permanent principal after it was announced Di Dale would not be at college for the last two weeks of the Easter term.
Ian Lawes, whose jobs at Trowbridge Rugby Club range from collecting kit to running the scoreboard, is one of those looking forward to the RFU Intermediate Cup final against Leek at Twickenham on Sunday. Don't miss this week's special 12-page pullout in the Wiltshire Times
Welcome to the Wiltshire Times Live News panel for April 29.