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Ancient poem may mention Stonehenge

An 8th Century poem, thought to have been written about Bath, may be the oldest surviving text to describe Stonehenge.

Time capsules secretly put in thatch

Over the past 35 years dozens of time capsules have been secretly hidden in the roofs of thatched cottages across Wiltshire.

Earl loses appeal over £11m home sale

The Earl of Cardigan fails in his bid to block the sale of the family's ancestral home in Wiltshire.

Stonehenge tunnel plans revived

Plans to build a tunnel underneath Stonehenge are again considered by the government.

River death man identified by police

A man who was pulled from the river in Melksham and who later died in hospital is formally identified by Wiltshire Police.

'More trains' call on redoubled line

There are renewed calls for more trains to be run on the newly dualled track between Swindon and Kemble.

Titanic items fetch six-figure sum

Rare artefacts sell for a "substantial" amount