A UNION boss has warned that further industrial action could be on the horizon if job loss fears are not put to rest.
A PROBATION officer's son who robbed a man at knifepoint while on early release from prison has been jailed for three years and three months.
Oxford Brookes University has announced it will be moving from its existing campus in Swindon to larger premises as part of a £10 million investment over the next decade.
GLITTERING red, green and gold stars illuminated the town centre yesterday at the Christmas Lights Switch On ceremony 2015.
A CAR was written off in a crash on Thamesdown Drive last night.
Bath golfer Laurie Canter describes sealing his first ever European Tour card as a "mad" experience.
TWO sisters murdered a grandmother on her daughter's doorstep after a row in a local shop, a court heard today.
A NEW report has said the Great Western Electrification programme is currently more than a billion pounds over budget and two years behind schedule.
Ceviche is a method of cooking fish in the juice of a lemon or lime; the acid cooks the raw fish.
Market manager Kardien Gerbrands talks about Swindon farmers' markets
A choice of turkey, beef, gammon and pork is on offer (a slice of all four if you can eat them) plus the biggest stack of homemade Yorkshire puddings I have ever seen.
A TWO hour delay by the ambulance service to reach an elderly woman who fell and fractured her shoulder has been slammed as 'unacceptable' by witnesses who helped care for her during her agonising wait.
A Libyan man is arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder PC Yvonne Fletcher, from Wiltshire, in 1984.
An estimated £1.2bn hike in the cost of electrifying the Great Western Main Line is "staggering and unacceptable", Parliament's public spending watchdog says.
SOME of the many events this week, from heritage to industry to shopping, illustrate the range of good things happening in Swindon.
Welcome to our live feed from tonight's Christmas lights switch-on ceremony starring Union J at Wharf Green. Tweet using #Swindonlightswitchon
A WILDLIFE rescue charity dedicated to caring for sick and injured animals is to appear on a national TV programme.
THERE will be no trains running to or through Swindon this weekend.
THE Forum’s Andy Knight wants to give you a lesson in street knowledge.