A JUDGE has issued a warrant for the arrest of a man accused of supplying drugs in Swindon and Royal Wootton Bassett.
MIXING wry observations with humour, passion and accessible melody, Doozer’s street smart acoustica sits somewhere between B-Sydes’ emotional narratives and Gaz Brookfield’s sing-along anthems (and if you don’t know either of those guys you really have some catching up to do) with songs such as Consumers and Bimbling Man even wandering into Beans on Toast lyrical territory.
NOW that the clamour of The Shuffle has died down, the rattle of charity buckets has faded and the smell of spilt booze and sweat has been washed out of your favourite gig trousers, it is time to get back into the day-to-day mode of gig going.
I DON’T have cancer. I didn’t have it last year or a month ago and I still don’t have it now. In fact, I’ve always not had cancer.
EMBARK on Odysseus’s arduous journey home in a new version of the timeless tale written and performed by Prime Youth Theatre.
Joe Theobald, aka DJ Captain Wormhole, Looks at all things vinyl
NURSES of all ages have been invited to a recruitment day at the Great Western Hospital with the promise of a job interview the very same day.
FLICKY HARRISON previews a new production of Miller’s classic play
FIREFIGHTERS were called to Goddard Avenue just after 8pm yesterday to tackle a house fire.
SALLY Morgan is back and better than ever with a jaw-dropping show, Call Me Psychic.
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A MAN has been banned from driving for 20 months after pleading guilty to being at the wheel while under the influence of drugs and being in possession of a Class B drug.
A COURTROOM witnessed emotional scenes today when a desperate mother shouted and screamed as her son was sent to prison for stealing booze from a supermarket.
A MAN from Swindon and two others who are accused of being involved in the trade in hard drugs have been released on bail by a judge.
A DEVOTED daughter who fought for the right to save her father’s life all the way to the Court of Protection says she feels she let him down after he passed away earlier this month.
CHUCK Hawthorne, a veteran from the United States marine corps, is hopping over the pond to bring his country style Americana music to Britain.
A PENSIONER who suffered three broken ribs in a bike crash waited an hour for an ambulance and finally gave up, hitching a lift to hospital instead with a highway patrol officer.
UNEMPLOYMENT in Swindon is continuing to fall, the latest figures from the Job Centre have shown.
MORE than 30 children in Wiltshire have been suspected or confirmed as being the victims of child sexual exploitation in the past few months.
A WASTE disposal firm was so disgusted by fly-tippers who dumped piles of rubbish in a community woodland that it offered to remove it free of charge.