He may have been the first celeb kicked out of the jungle but Danny Baker can expect a warm welcome in Swindon.
AN Italian man has changed his plea to admit groping a woman in the town centre after watching CCTV of the incident as it was shown to a jury.
A GRATEFUL mum has welcomed the prospect of Wiltshire Air Ambulance’s lifesaving crews and helicopter moving to her home village.
RAIL lines between Swindon and Gloucester remain closed today after a Land Rover was hit by a train, killing a 60-year-old man.
PLAN for a tunnel past Stonehenge could reconnect the "extraordinary" ancient landscape which is severed by a busy road, heritage groups have said.
MAGISTRATES presiding over a take-away boss facing a string of hygiene breaches have washed their hands of him – saying their powers of punishment are not sufficient enough.
Car is hit by a passenger train at the same crossing in Gloucestershire where man died in 2014.
The Football Association overturn the red card shown to Swindon's Lawrence Vigouroux during their loss to Oxford United.
A BLIZZARD and some generally foul weather gave the Adver several stories this week in 1970.
CAN Rewind readers tell us about one of Swindon’s more obscure old buildings?
Westlea Pre-School works with families and the community to provide a happy environment for pre-school children at Langstone Way, Swindon, from Monday to Friday during school term time.
DETECTIVE Michael O'Sullivan is on the run ... but his colleagues at Wiltshire Police will not be chasing him as it is all for a good cause.
A PHOTOGRAPHER has set out on a year-long mission to tell the story of the country’s most famous river through a series of breathtaking photographs.
STRATTON: Police are hunting for people who were involved in an altercation in Ermin Street on Thursday, January 12. The incident occurred at around 8.20am and police believe that two or three people were involved.
A TEN-YEAR-OLD girl handed her mum a letter telling how she had been repeatedly sexually abused by her teenage babysitter, a jury has been told.
THE residents of one of Swindon’s most diverse communities have been invited to come together later this month for a lunch to mark ‘One Day Without Us’ – a celebration of immigrant contributions to the UK over the years.
THE council has come under fire after it emerged that there was £357,000 drop in roads maintenance spending over the past year.
A MAN aged 60 died when his car was hit by a train between Swindon and Gloucester this afternoon.
A WEEK of campaigning to raise awareness of sexual abuse and sexual violence was launched in Wiltshire yesterday.
TONY Holland spent two decades as a sailor in the Royal Navy travelling all over the world, but it wasn’t until he retired that he decided to take up distance swimming as a hobby.