A woman called 999 to report a dead cat in a road, South Western Ambulance Service reveals.
A fire authority merger request "to protect frontline services" in Dorset, Wiltshire and Swindon is sent to central government.
Salisbury FC are hopeful of a sustainable future in their new guise, says chairman David Phillips.
Glasgow Warriors confirm their Fijian scrum-half Niko Matawalu will move to Bath in the summer
The mother of murdered Becky Godden, who is campaigning for a change in arrest procedures, is to take a 30,000-signature petition to Downing Street.
Bath's cross-code star Sam Burgess is named at blind-side flanker for their A League game against London Irish A on Monday.
More than 1,000 people meet at Stonehenge to mark the winter solstice.
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The winter solstice is celebrated at the first "Neolithic" long barrow to be built in the UK for 5,500 years.
Bath keep up the pressure on Premiership leaders Northampton by easing to victory against Gloucester
Swindon Town suffer a home defeat against Doncaster Rovers as two penalties decide the outcome.
Parents are urged to be aware of the symptoms of meningitis following the death of a child from Swindon.
Welsh Commonwealth champion Jazz Carlin will prepare for the 2016 Olympics at the national training centre in Bath.
Back-rowers Matt Garvey, Leroy Houston and Guy Mercer all sign new contracts with Premiership side Bath.
BBC Sport's Jeremy Guscott looks ahead to Saturday's East Midlands and West Country derbies in the Premiership.
Archaeologists working on a site near Stonehenge say they have found an untouched 6,000-year-old encampment.
Thousands of people on housing waiting lists in Wiltshire are being told to reapply under new rules about who is eligible for a home.
A Swindon engraver who has inscribed hundreds of shell cases in tribute to soldiers killed in Afghanistan, receives a military commendation.
Police search another field in Wiltshire in the hope of uncovering items belonging to murdered Swindon office worker Sian O'Callaghan.