MORE than a hundred people from across Swindon took part in a special event in the town to mark this year’s Dementia Awareness Week.
DINERS who tucked into a three-course meal and danced the night away at the Great Western Hotel have raised thousands of pounds for charity.
A man admits raping a teenager in Swindon almost 30 years ago after police re-opened a cold case.
POLICE have today arrested a boy of 16 in connection with the fire that destroyed the Memorial Hall at Lechlade on May 9.
CHINESE healthcare leaders came to Swindon this week to get an up-close look at the workings of an NHS hospital.
A tour to the south coast by the Flying Scotsman is expected to go ahead after the locomotive developed mechanical problems, its owners say.
MAD Hatter and the Queen of Hearts are just two of the characters from Alice in Wonderland who will be creating some storybook magic in the town centre next month.
Premiership club Bath are set to appoint South Africa assistant coach Johann van Graan in a coaching position.
RAIL passengers are once again been warned to prepare for disruption next bank holiday weekend as the signals in the Bristol area are improved.
THERE was cake and a rousing rendition of Happy Birthday when families gathered in Stratton St Margaret to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday.
THE Great Western Air Ambulance Charity is asking for help from members of the public to ensure that they can get to more patients in need efficiently and quickly.
A fox cub is found "near to death" with its head stuck in a peanut butter jar in a Wiltshire graveyard.
AFTER several months of consultation, the company behind plans to rollout wireless broadband across the town have re-submitted plans to put up masts in North Swindon.
A SIX year old disabled boy from Swindon is receiving letters from the courts and the threat of bailiffs – for not paying a parking fine.
AN INTERNATIONAL warrant saw Wiltshire Police waiting for an early morning flight at Heathrow this week to arrest a man who had been extradited back to the UK after absconding seven years ago.
A CHARITY that cares for abandoned dogs is reeling after the theft of more than £100-worth of donated food.
POLICE are investigating an assault on a 30 -year-old male in Old Town in the early hours of the morning of Sunday, May 8.
FIVE years after a destitute French woman spent the winter living in Lawn Woods, rough campers from outside Swindon have returned.
A LOCAL church group supporting people struggling with debt have reached out in a bid to raise awareness of the links between financial trouble and mental health.
FANCY footwork was on the timetable for a group of male students at Isambard Community School today as they began rehearsals ahead of their upcoming performance with Swindon Dance.