THE first public meeting of the Save Swindon’s Libraries campaign was held yesterday, with the council left in no doubt that residents are determined to fight them all the way.
SUNDAY was a ‘special’ day for Swindon’s volunteer police officers as they took charge of their regular counterparts for the day.
WHILE America’s Route 66 is internationally known, Britain and Ireland’s Route 57 is more of a mystery.
THE recently merged Dorset and Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service is set to build a new community safety training centre on the site of Wroughton Airfield.
A HOST of wannabe Mowgli 'man cubs' descended on the Brunel Centre at the weekend for its Jungle VIP event.
A WILTSHIRE nursing home has become the first in the county to receive an Outstanding rating from a health regulator.
RESIDENTS of North Swindon had a delivery with a difference on Friday, when a Police Community Support Officer arrived at the door with their Chinese.
Billy Clarke scores the only goal as Bradford City make it six wins from seven games by beating Swindon in a tight game.
The Rifles regiment parades through Swindon town centre to exercise the right to the Freedom of the Borough.
DRIVERS in Shrivenham will have use of a new and improved route after work on a new railway bridge was completed last week.
AN OVERTURNED lorry on the M4 caused travel misery for thousands of drivers throughout the day on Saturday.
DRIVERS are experiencing long delays on the M4 after a lorry overturned between junctions 16 and 17.
A MANIPULATIVE burglar who targeted pensioners in their own homes with a series of sob stories has been jailed.
MEDICAL errors that are so serious they should never happen are classed as ‘never events’ – but a report shows Swindon’s Great Western Hospital has now experienced three such events in twelve months.
Swindon Town's Drissa Traore and Jeremy Balmy apologise after appearing to inhale nitrous oxide in a live social media video.
PEOPLE living in an isolated village are forming their own team of life savers.
SWINDON car dealer Michael Barbato has been told to pay a total of £9,700 after he was found guilty of offering unroadworthy cars for sale.
SWINDON Town midfielder Drissa Traore has ‘begged for forgiveness’ after apologising for the incident that saw him and two team-mates suspended by the club.
WORK to rid Swindon of a major bottleneck starts on Monday.