SWINDON'S MPs have given their backing to efforts to get more people to leave their cars at home and catch a bus.
A PERFORMER with high hopes for the West End is one step closer to realising his dream after securing a full-time job on the stage after only his first audition.
The approach to the main Lucknam Park Hotel is quintessentially English, with its tree-lined and seemingly never-ending drive towards the grand, stately house at the end.
POKEMON Go is now officially available in Swindon and Wiltshire.
BIG egos, big guitar solos and even bigger hair… welcome to Rock of Ages.
The morning after the night before, MARION SAUVEBOIS meets Antony Costa, ex-member of Blue
A suspected drink-driver has been detained by police after a Hot Fuzz-style pursuit and was sleeping off a hangover at Gablecross after being found more than triple the drink-drive limit.
MP Justin Tomlinson has confirmed he has split from his wife Jo and that they are both in new relationships.
SOCIAL workers are being placed under increasing pressure, says a town care professional, as MPs call upon the Government to tackle high drop-out rates in the industry.
A TRUE legend of the Swindon Advertiser, Alan Johnson, who spent well over half his life working in various capacities for the newspaper – from news editor and chief sub editor to sports editor – has died aged 77.
JUST three weeks since the country voted to leave the European Union, the country has a new Prime Minister.
DOCTORS signed his death certificate and were about to turn off his life support machine – but then Alex Opare-Darko made a startling recovery.
NURSERY boss Dawn Phillips was left speechless when she finished work yesterday and discovered almost one hundred people secretly waiting outside for her.
SUPERFAST Swindon has been dealt a further blow to its broadband scheme with the refusal of permission for all four of its new masts in North Swindon.
LAST month, Swindon Thamesdown Rotary Club organised its annual Walkley midnight walk to raise funds for the Brighter Futures appeal. A father and daughter took part in memory of one ‘amazing' woman.
KINGSHILL Road in Old Town is to remain closed until the weekend causing misery to drivers who rely on the busy route.
A MYSTERY moggy has taken up residence in the staff room at Shaw Veterinary Centre.
AFTER waiting more than an hour for food a man going through divorce proceedings lost his temper and assaulted three people in a cafe.
IT’S a classic BMW, has 75,000 miles on the clock and drives like a dream but when it goes under the gavel next week for thousands of pounds it will be because the legendary Sir Terry Wogan was once the proud owner.
WIMBELDON may be over but there’s still time to host a summer tea party.