POLICE cordoned off an area at Delta Office Park today after receiving a call from a member of the public saying they had seen three people acting suspiciously in the Welton Road area.
GILL HARRIS finally heads to The Pear Tree and finds it more than deserves the hype
Parish councils across England have been warned over "excessive" tax rises.
RESIDENTS came out in force on Thursday evening to have their say on whether their parish council should take on even more responsibilities.
POLICE seized cannabis and suspected Class A drugs when they carried out search at an address in Greenmeadow earlier this week.
A POLICE officer has been treated for a head injury after being involved in a crash on Great Western Way this morning.
ADVENTURER Bear Grylls has closed his gym in Marlborough.
UB40’s three founding members will make a triumphant return to Westonbirt’s Forest Live festival in June.
The Enterprise Network sponsors Start Up Business of the Year category in Wiltshire Business of the Year Awards
WE are welcoming The Enterprise Network as sponsors of the new Start Up Business of the Year category in this year’s Wiltshire Business of the Year Awards.
A STRONG leadership team who aim to support the vision of St Bartholomew Primary Church School have been praised by inspectors who rated the Academy outstanding in their latest report.
A MUSICIAN of some note once told me that every artist that he held in any sort of esteem were either trying to be Van Morrison or Neil Young.
PAMPERED pets are set to be treated to a selection of romantic gifts this weekend as a new study revealed more pet owners than ever are buying Valentine’s presents for cats and dogs.
THE Swindon-born shadow health secretary has slammed Jeremy Hunt for forcing through a contract to junior doctors.
His designs changed the face of the 18th century British landscape, creating rolling parkland, flowing rivers and serpentine lakes.
MORE than £450m is being lost through unpaid overtime in the UK every year, it has been claimed.
THREE generations of the same family came together to mark the 60th anniversary of Mini Plant Swindon this week.
IF YOU haven’t managed to catch one of the many Green Day tribute acts which seem to be playing almost weekly around town and have a hankering for a bit of pop-punk then you should head up to the Victoria tonight for a trio of bands keeping that genre well and truly alive.
DEMOLITION work is continuing at the Wyvern Street Car Park, with the 1970s structure almost completely flattened.
A MICROBIOLOGIST by day, Bevan Clatworthy knows a thing or two about experiments and his latest project could take the world of gaming by storm if a Kickstarter campaign succeeds.
SWINDON continues to lead the way on solar energy development with work starting a giant new farm at the Wroughton Airfield.