Plumbing apprentice Sam Stafford was presented with a selection of tools by Wiltshire College after competing in the regional heats of the Copper Initiative National Apprentice of the Year awards.
Major refurbishment and redecoration at Wiltshire College’s Salisbury and Lackham campuses will mean the Learning Resource Centres at both sites will be closed for the duration of the Easter holidays.
Games Development students at Wiltshire College Trowbridge are among some of the first to use a virtual reality headset that lets players step inside their favourite games and virtual worlds.
Wiltshire College students coped with all the Royal Marines and Royal Navy could throw at them as they triumphed in a regional inter-college competition at the Pier Cellars training facility in Cornwall.
Salisbury junior schools Harnham and St Mark’s are taking part in a tournament at Chelsea’s training ground this week after topping a recent Going for Goals event at Five Rivers Leisure Centre.
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OXFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL ARE ATTEMPTING TO CONTROL PENSIONERS RIGHTS TO MANAGE THEIR OWN FINANCES AND AFFAIRS.
A Pensioner from Henley appears to be bullied by 0XFORDSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL SOCIAL SERVICES DEPT. He is being told that he cannot continue to manage his mothers financial affairs any more because they are going to.
Child trafficking, exploitation on the rise, warns UN expert - In an increasingly interconnected world, children are more at risk that ever of being sexually exploited or sold, a United Nations independent expert warned today, calling for decisive steps at the global level to stop crimes such as child prostitution and trafficking. [UN]
Chinese Activist Dies in Custody - The activist, Cao Shunli, 52, fell ill after being detained last fall and died of a lung infection, said her brother, who charged that the authorities failed to give her timely medical treatment. [The New York Times]