JUST three weeks since the country voted to leave the European Union, the country has a new Prime Minister.
DOCTORS signed his death certificate and were about to turn off his life support machine – but then Alex Opare-Darko made a startling recovery.
NURSERY boss Dawn Phillips was left speechless when she finished work yesterday and discovered almost one hundred people secretly waiting outside for her.
SUPERFAST Swindon has been dealt a further blow to its broadband scheme with the refusal of permission for all four of its new masts in North Swindon.
LAST month, Swindon Thamesdown Rotary Club organised its annual Walkley midnight walk to raise funds for the Brighter Futures appeal. A father and daughter took part in memory of one ‘amazing' woman.
KINGSHILL Road in Old Town is to remain closed until the weekend causing misery to drivers who rely on the busy route.
A MYSTERY moggy has taken up residence in the staff room at Shaw Veterinary Centre.
AFTER waiting more than an hour for food a man going through divorce proceedings lost his temper and assaulted three people in a cafe.
IT’S a classic BMW, has 75,000 miles on the clock and drives like a dream but when it goes under the gavel next week for thousands of pounds it will be because the legendary Sir Terry Wogan was once the proud owner.
WIMBELDON may be over but there’s still time to host a summer tea party.
A FATHER of two who managed to fit his college studies in with his work and family life has won an apprentice of the year award.
A MAN who damaged a car has been ordered to pay compensation to the owner.
A HOST of exotic dishes like South African Braai with Monkey Gland Sauce were on an Olympic menu devised by youngsters for the annual Come Dine with Oakfield.
BUSINESS advisors from a group of chartered accountants have shown off their golfing talents completing a challenge to mark 60 years of the Duke of Edinburgh Award.
HATS off to the students who took part in The Big Hat Cabaret staged at Steam recently to showcase a range of talents from youngsters, many with disabilities.
A SWINDON label printing company has expanded its premises and invested in a new digital printing machine after experiencing a 25 per cent increase in sales.
A SINGLE mother who was given three months to fundraise for a life-saving operation has seen her campaign dealt a devastating blow by Brexit.
BEER drinkers are in for a treat as the Stratton St Margaret Parish Council has announced that Arkell’s Stratton Festival Ale will be available in pubs across Stratton St Margaret from next week.
IT'S not quite a 500 mile walk but fans of The Proclaimers can catch them at the Village Pump Folk Festival, which takes place at the White Horse Country Park in Westbury from July 22-24.