A safety check is being carried out on a temporary relief road in Wiltshire which nearby residents say is unsafe.
A HONDA worker said he was ashamed of himself when he appeared before Swindon magistrates charged with three counts of assault on his wife and son.
CONCERNS have been raised about plans to give parish councils more services following a Government announcement that the amount of cash they can raise could be limited.
A MAN was punched in the face while walking along the cycle path on Shaftesbury Avenue near Dorcan Academy.
Police are appealing for information following an incident which occurred on a Swindon bus.
UNITE the union and the Swindon People’s Assembly joined forces to protest outside Sports Direct this weekend.
THIEVES broke into a home in Cricklade Road between Wednesday, February 3, and Wednesday, February 10, and stole a shower unit, leaving water pouring from a pipe and causing flooding damage to the house.
IN a “moment of stupidity” a man stole almost £200 of perfume and aftershave from a town centre shop with the woman he was out shopping with.
THE Mayor of Royal Wootton Bassett was treated to a beef and chorizo footlong, drink and cookie at the official opening of the market town’s new Subway store.
HOPES are rising that long queues to get into the Great Western Hospital could soon be a thing of the past.
SEVENTEEN years ago, Swindon’s first cohort of would-be home-grown nurses stepped through the gates of the new Ferndale campus, ready to train and deliver compassionate care to their community.
CELEBRITY chef Rick Stein has spoken about his exciting plans for his first Wiltshire restaurant.
A 19-YEAR-OLD who was given 150 hours of unpaid work for offences including writing his name in the toilets of Swindon Magistrates' Court now faces even more hours after he failed to turn up to complete them.
A TEAM of intrepid trekkers – including one man from Swindon – braved the wintery weather conditions of Dartmoor to take part in a hike to raise money for a children’s charity.
AN innovative filtering unit is ready to be switched on for the first time in Aldbourne as part of Thames Water’s ongoing work to reduce the risk of sewer flooding.
AN ASPIRING musician made a triumphant return to Swindon on Sunday to receive a national award for his guitar playing.
A SWINDON man has been hospitalised after being hit by a car yesterday, which failed to stop after the incident.
CONFUSION reigned over the last few days when Rodbourne residents were sent a letter by Network Rail warning them of a week-long road closure that had already been refused by the council.
TOM Jones has announced shows as part of Forest Live, the summer concert series promoted by the Forestry Commission.
CHILDREN at Swindon’s Holy Cross Catholic Primary School welcomed the Year of the Monkey in style with a special day dedicated to all things Chinese.