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Top students to receive scolarships to reach

Education Secretary, Michael Gove, today announced a £2m-a-year partnership between the Department for Education and the Institute of Physics (IOP) to attract the best graduates to become physics teachers.

Fund to unlock potential for economic growth

Communities whose ambitions for economic growth have been stuck in the mud could benefit from a multi-million pound boost to help get their building projects off the ground.

New recycling collections off to a great start

Fortnightly kerbside collections of plastic bottles and cardboard started in north Wiltshire

Extra Boost for Warminster for Christmas

CHRISTMAS shoppers in Warminster are being given an extra boost as the town council is offering two free hours of parking throughout December.

Hundreds of jobs safeguarded

Hundreds of jobs have been safeguarded after more than £3 million of government funding...

Wiltshire Community Bank

Conservative Wiltshire Council is working in partnership with The Wiltshire Credit Union...

Tough on crime and tough on criminals

The Government has today announced that more dangerous criminals will be given life sentences...

Prepared for Winter Roads

Conservative run Wiltshire Council is fully prepared for winter, and is on standby to keep traffic on the county’s roads running smoothly.

recognition for lower carbon footprint

Wiltshire Council has been recognised for its plans to reduce energy use and carbon emissions, and save money by being awarded the Energy Management Standard.

Area Board to discuss Live at Home service

Services for older people will be the focus for Marlborough Area Board next month (1 November 2011).

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