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GALLERY: More great pictures as rain is about to wash last of the snow away

THERE hasn't been any snowfall in Swindon today but that hasn't stopped lots of you from sending us more pictures, or posting them on the Swindon Camera Club Facebook page.
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Blind man's 'shared space' roads warning

BLIND people are avoiding the Regent Circus crossing for fear of being run down by cars, a former charity chairman said.
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Rail operator slammed for failing to inform passengers of delays

Swindon Advertiser | News - Add-ons 2 hours 31 min ago
BOSSES at the Great Western Railway have been slammed for not giving passengers enough warning when delays are expected.
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Bath's Faletau out until at least March

Bath's Wales and Lions forward Taulupe Faletau is ruled out until at least early March with a knee injury.
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Organ donor 'opt-out' change splits opinion

PEOPLE would have to opt-out of being an organ donor, under new plans announced today.
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BUSINESS: Festive spending set to fall this year

Consumer spending is poised to fall this Christmas for the first time in five years, according to an index.
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TASTE TALK: Stephen Davy-Osborne gets cheesy over Brinkworth Blue

Swindon Advertiser | News - Far more 3 hours 33 min ago
BRINKWORTH Dairy is no stranger to the pages of The Adver, thanks to their multiple-award winning cheeses. And though I have read much about Ceri Cryer and husband Chad as the secret of their wonderful homemade cheeses has spread, there really is nothing better than taking a wander around the farm and the dairy where all of the magic happens.
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BARRIE HUDSON'S COLUMN: Don’t worry, they know what they’re doing

PLENTY of people have been criticising the council for planning to put up parking charges in the town centre.
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DINING OUT: New Indian restaurant, Siana, is refined and exciting

... but what’s in a name, asks MICHELLE TOMPKINS, when it comes to fine food?
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Physiotherapist banned from working for six months

A PHYSIOTHERAPIST who almost toppled over an immobile patient while attaching her to an electric hoist has been suspended from the profession.
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BUSINESS: People urged to look into a career in care

WITH an ageing and rising population in Swindon, care for the elderly is increasingly on the agenda.
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Swindon Advertiser | News - hyperlink 3 hours 56 min ago
THIS week’s object is an eye-catching example of British pop art and an item that has a strange circular connection to Wiltshire and Swindon Museum.
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BIG INTERVIEW: Shareen Campbell giving sanctuary

Shareen Campbell, 61, chairs Swindon City of Sanctuary, an independent local part of a national movement welcoming and supporting people fleeing violence and persecution. Her recent innovations include the first of a regular series of guided walks, run by volunteers and open to all, giving newcomers a better idea of their surroundings. Shareen and her partner, Phil Saunter, are restaurateurs and live in Swindon
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TASTE TALK: Top tipples for Christmas holidays

From feel-good gluggers to classics and fine wines, Sam Wylie-Harris reveals her pick of the best whites and reds for toasting the holidays.
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TASTE TALK: Classics with a twist by celebrity chef Marcus Wareing

Pineapple upside-down cake with rum, anyone? Marcus Wareing talks to Ella Walker about his latest ventures and future plans.
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The best way to start your day: breakfast club for Swindon's homeless

On a chilly winter morning, after a night sleeping on the cold streets, or waking up in temporary accommodation with an empty cupboard, the offer of a cooked breakfast and a friendly smile can be a lifeline.
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Letters: Tuesday, December 12, 2017

PLEASE keep your letters to 250 words maximum giving your name, address and daytime telephone number - even on emails. Email: Write: Swindon Advertiser, 100 Victoria Road, Swindon, SN1 3BE. Phone: 01793 501806.
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Brexit offers chance to end 'harrowing' puppy smuggling trade, says MP

BREXIT offers an opportunity to clampdown on the “harrowing” trade of puppy smuggling, says North Swindon MP.
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