IT seems the whole world is in shock.
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OVER the next few weeks every household in Swindon will receive a letter from the council outlining important changes to kerbside waste and recycling services.
A MAN seen by thousands of people on a social media video shouting racist abuse and then being chased through Swindon town centre has been told to do 150 hours of unpaid work.
THE mother of a disabled teenager has spoken of her disgust after a traffic warden slapped the family ‘s specially adapated vehicle with a parking ticket because it was too big to fit in a parking space.
A MOTHER said she fears she won't be able to care for her two young children after a tax agency claimed she was living with two men and threatened to stop tax credit payments.
A LANDLORD who allowed tenants to live in two ‘bed in shed’ properties in Swindon despite the accommodation being assessed as unsafe for habitation has been fined £7,000.
A malaria outbreak thought to have been caused by mosquitoes kills 25 penguins at Longleat Safari park.
“WORKMEN Dig Up Hoard of Bombs,” said one of our front page headlines this week in 1981.
SHOWHOMES in 2016 often tempt potential buyers with the latest gadgets, but it isn’t a new marketing ploy.
A LITTLE girl with a rare genetic condition is raising awareness of children’s genetic disorders this week.
THE Lydiard Park Heritage Trust has unveiled an advisory group to ensure that they fully represent the views and interests of the community as they look to take over the park and house from the council.
THE rich tapestry of Wiltshire’s culture and countryside has formed the inspiration for a group of textiles students from New College as they present their latest exhibition of work.
COUNCILLORS showed their generosity on Tuesday night as they handed more than £5,000 to local groups and charities.
CREATING a father’s day card in school a child told the teaching assistant that his dad scared him because he would sometimes spank him.
THE issue of Dial-A-Ride will return to the council chamber once again tonight as the petition signed by more than 4,000 people comes up for debate in front of the full council.
Valegro, co-owned by triple Olympic champion Charlotte Dujardin, will be retired at Olympia in December.
AFTER our look inside the decaying Locarno and Corn Exchange building we thought it was a good time to look back in our archives at pictures of the Mechanics Institute.
FACED with an Alfa Romeo driving towards them at speed under a railway bridge in the early hours of Saturday morning with no lights on a couple phoned the police.
THE Adver will be heading to Birmingham for the Conservative Party conference in ten days – on a placard carried by the Swindon People’s Assembly.