The City of Truro and King George the Fifth steam engines are to be loaned to Swindon's STEAM museum by York's National Railway Museum.
Saracens will begin the defence of their Premiership title at home to Sale Sharks on Saturday, 17 October.
Up to 1,000 bridleways and footpaths in England and Wales may be reinstated more than 200 years after disappearing from maps.
Swindon Town signed England youth international Brandon Ormonde-Ottewill on a two-year deal.
Further claims of historical abuse at three schools in Gloucestershire and Wiltshire are made.
The first of a new model of Honda Civic is rolling off the car's production line in Swindon.
A Wiltshire couple were among Britons killed by a gunman in Tunisia, police confirm.
South West MPs tackle broadband black spots
A US chair manufacturer opens its new research and manufacturing centre near Melksham as part of a wider reorganisation.
A pair of Queen Victoria's cotton pants with a 45in (114cm) waistband are to be sold at auction in Wiltshire.
About 20,000 street lights in Wiltshire are to be switched off at night to save money.
A British couple who are still officially classed as missing following the Tunisian beach attack are among the dead, a family member confirms.
RMT union members vote to support strike action over plans to axe guards and buffet cars on First Great Western's new Inter City Express trains.
A disabled student is told by British astronaut Tim Peake that zero gravity can be "very liberating".
The current Archdeacon of Wiltshire is named as the 13th Bishop of Taunton by Downing Street.
Developers who have yet to fix properties damaged during the building of a shopping centre two years ago agree to set out their repair plans.
Salisbury Cathedral plans to reinstate a "Constable view" of the medieval building which has been "inaccessible for several generations".
Taulupe Faletau's proposed move to Bath could help further develop his game, says former Wales captain Ryan Jones.
Firefighters in Wiltshire help to rescue a number of people who had got lost in a disused mine.
Tributes are paid as more details emerge of the victims of the Tunisia attack which left 38 dead, including 15 Britons. Daniel Welch, from Swindon, has not heard from his grandfather since the attack.