BUSINESSES in the town are gearing up to go head-to-head at Swindon Sports Quiz Chartered accountancy firm Monahans is calling for the town’s sporting business brains to pit their wits against each other to raise money for Swindon Carers’ Centre.
REMEMBER, remember the fifth of November... It’s time to celebrate once more Guy Fawkes’ foiled plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament some 400 years ago.
Inventor Sir James Dyson is setting up his own technology institute to tackle the shortage of engineers.
AL Murray doesn’t do things by halves, in fact he likes to do them twice whenever possible. So on Sunday the comic will perform not one but two back-to-back shows at the Wyvern Theatre.
PARENTS in Swindon have forked out nearly £100,000 in fines for taking their children out of school without permission.
HAVELOCK Square was being dug up again this week just months after an £850,000 revamp which started at the beginning of this year and finished in the summer.
Sam Wylie-Harris celebrates International Merlot Day with different styles from around the globe
DRIVERS were being warned to expect delays on the M4 heading to London this morning after a lorry carrying bleach overturned.
INVENTOR Sir James Dyson is to help bridge Britain's chronic skills gap with the launch of a new university.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a man suffered facial injuries during an attack in Cricklade.
Promotion and relegation has been introduced to British speedway's top two tiers in a major revamp of the sport.
HEAD chef Ben Bullen and his team from the Magnolia Brasserie at the Sudbury House Hotel are celebrating having been awarded two AA Rosettes.
NEW College’s second annual LitFest is set take place Tuesday, November 8, which will host six industry professionals from the world of literature, film and performance.
ONE of Swindon’s most popular angling clubs has welcomed a move by the Environment Agency to introduce free rod licences to youngsters in hope of getting them hooked on the sport.
A HAIRDRESSER from Highworth is celebrating success in reaching the final of an international competition.
RUNNERS will be Doing It For Dan once again this month as the successful virtual race in memory of the 11-year-old comes back to town.
A POP-UP art collective will be positioned at the Brunel Shopping Centre until Friday evening.
SUPPORTING those most in need is at the heart of Walcot Community Shop according to its chairman who presented a £500 cheque to Swindon Women’s Aid yesterday (Nov 3).
Police and the Border Force seized more cocaine than at any time in the past decade, yet overall drugs seizures fall again.
MP Robert Buckland will be getting down to the real nitty gritty of the High Court ruling on Britain leaving Europe when he speaks at a business forum in the town The High Court has ruled that Parliament must be consulted before triggering Article 50 to leave the EU, so business men are asking just exactly what is going to happen to the UK's company import and export world.