BRUNEL has made a triumphant return to Swindon town centre.
TOMORROW'S retail high-fliers got a taste of the hard work that goes into making a business tick during a special day behind the scenes at The Brunel Centre and their retailers.
SWINDON Town Centre will be roaring with excitement later this month when a baby tyrannosaurus rex, named Pete, comes to The Brunel shopping centre to entertain children and parents during the school holidays.
IT is time to get into gear for Swindon's very first Route 66 Motor Show on Saturday.
A LEADING town doctor has backed increased support for GPs after a mental health charity voiced concerns over ‘worrying’ levels of stress among practice staff.
A WOMAN with 20 different debts has walked out of court with a further £170 owing after she was convicted of stealing Lynx deodorant and gammon from a town supermarket.
WHEN police carried out a misuse of drugs warrant at an address in White Beam Court one of the residents led them directly to what they were looking for.
Art lovers in Swindon have some real treats coming up in the shape of new exhibitions.
Denise Barkley reveals that Worcestershire is both saucy and fruity!
MUSIC festivals come in many shapes and forms and exist for many different reasons, from the sprawling and commercial to the boutique and painfully on-trend. Flare Up Festival represents a different kind of event; one based around raising awareness and money for an important cause whilst delivering some of the best music the local circuit has to offer.
WE appear to have landed in the midst of a constitutional crisis lately, both nationally and locally.
STARGAZERS will have their fingers crossed for clear skies tonight ahead of the Perseid meteor shower.
WITH the rise of the Pokémon Go madness, I’ve had a great idea of how to invigorate the local music scene. Pokeband Go. Same concept but the avatars of the local bands and artists that you have to capture can only be found in the bar or venue that they are playing in.
THE weather gods finally got the memo that it's summer - better late than never. Now it's time for parents to get their act together and make the most of the sunshine with their brood while it lasts.
Comic was caught out, says MARION SAUVEBOIS
I’m a bit miffed by the announcement from the Beeb that we will now have to buy a TV licence whether we have a telly or not, so the golden age for those of us who only watch on playback on a computer is over.
YOUNG people facing the big wide world of work are being urged not to panic about the task ahead as there is plenty of support to help them find their first job, a work coach has said.
WITH blood pouring from his head a man punched a bus and a pay phone before dropping his shorts and waving his genitals around, a court has heard.
A WELSH police officer says he was subjected to more racist abuse during a ten minute journey from Old Town to Gablecross than in his entire 23 years on the force.
A TEACHER has denied a string of historic sexual offence allegations made against him.