MAGISTRATES have washed their hands of a man who admitted making and distributing indecent images of children – telling him he will now go before a judge in the crown court.
POLICE are hunting two flashers who exposed themselves to members of the public after hiding in bushes.
A teacher from a boys school in Salisbury is banned from teaching after accessing hardcore pornography during lessons using school computers.
A DANISH shop which sells quirky items for the home and office has opened in Swindon town centre.
STAFF at Three Trees Farm were celebrating this week after winning a bronze award in the National Sausage Competition 2016 held during National Sausage Week which runs until Saturday.
REFUGEES from all over the world are helped daily by local charity Harbour Project and with the holidays quickly approaching, the group has launched its Christmas Appeal, in association with the Grow Your Tenner scheme.
CHANGES to rubbish collection days have left some residents in a spin over when to put their bins out.
GUIDE dogs for the Blind has received an extra boost with a generous donation towards their newest puppy-in-training.
BOOTH House Lifehouse, a residential centre run by the Salvation Army that supports local people experiencing homelessness, has teamed up with local charity, Empower the Gambia, to provide serviced mountain bikes for nurses in rural Gambia.
ONE of Swindon’s most dedicated Rotarians has pledged his commitment to the radiotherapy appeal with a mammoth personal donation of £20,000.
SINGERS in the U3A Choir have hit the high notes for Brighter Futures.
SWINDON'S award winning Wessex Male Choir stepped onto the pitch of Wembley Stadium on Sunday to perform at the NFL International Series game between The Cincinnati Bengals and the Washington Redskins.
PUPILS are achieving better marks at The Grange Junior School according to an education inspector – six months after the school was told to improve.
THE future of Highworth Recreation Centre was secured this week when it joined in partnership with Halo Leisure.
RAIL passengers travelling to London are being told to brace themselves for a number of disruptions in the coming weeks – with delays set to add an extra hour onto journeys into the capital.
HOUSE price growth ground to a halt in October after 15 successive month-on-month increases, says Nationwide.
AN HABITUAL criminal described by his lawyer as being like 'Tigger on acid' in his younger days has been out of trouble since becoming a dad, magistrates heard.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a car chase in Swindon.
THE first draw of the Fire Brigade Union’s new lottery on Bonfire Night will bring a warm glow to three lucky winners while helping five good causes that are close to the hearts of firefighters and their families.
TODAY we share the tenth selection from Swindon photographer Mike Dolman’s collection of mid-1980s pub images.