Bath confirm the signing of Northampton Saints scrum-half Kahn Fotuali'i and give a new contract to lock Charlie Ewels.
NEARLY 140 prisoners are thought to have been moved from Erlestoke Prison after a riot.
SWINDON’S LBGT community has reacted with horror and devastation to the news that 49 people were shot dead at a gay club in Orlando.
INSPIRING stories of the hard work put in by the region’s dedicated doctors and nurses were at the heart of a rather poignant awards ceremony held in Swindon on Friday.
A CHEAP bottle of red wine has been voted the best in the world in its category by experts, and you can buy it from Asda for just £4.37.
BUDDING entrepreneurs entered the Dragons' Den at Swindon College today.
PUPILS as young as ten are being warned about the dangers of carrying a weapon as part of an annual safety show in the town.
The parents of a woman thought to have been murdered 20 years ago offer £50,000 of their own money in a bid to catch their daughter's killer.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a mountain bike was stolen from outside the Great Western Hospital while a woman was visiting her mother.
POLICE have taped off a flat in Gorse Hill after a woman has been seriously injured.
A CLASSIC car burst into flames while travelling on the M4 on Saturday.
BBC historians taken behind the scenes of the Battle of Jutland at Cranfield University’s Defence and Security School
EXPLOSIVES experts based at Shrivenham have teamed up with the BBC to produce a historic documentary on the Battle of Jutland.
A MISSING dog that vanished during an afternoon walk has been found safe and well.
IT’S all Kim Kardashian’s fault, I’m sure of it.
HOSPITAL staff who have three-year-old or four-year-old children are set to benefit from new free childcare.
THE road was crammed with a diverse range of conveyances – from relatively new-fangled motor cars and horse-drawn carriages and carts to bicycles, hundreds of bicycles, many having been breathlessly peddled uphill from the Great Western Railway factory by men who had just clocked off and were frantic not to miss the action.
“I THINK where it started originally,” explained Salym Sutton, “was that I had a client who lost her hair due to cancer.
SHOPPERS passing through the Parade on Saturday were given their first exposure to the companies tasked with selling Swindon’s newest broadband service.
THE woman who died as she was walking on the pavement near Savernake Hospital on Thursday afternoon has been named.
FOR decades the Hindu community has been one of the largest yet most unrepresented in Swindon– until now.