MUSIC is the key to happiness for teenager Cameron Antal who found a way to cope with losing his dad by expressing himself through music.
HISTORY will look back on the referendum we have just endured as an exercise in deciding whether the grass really was greener on the other side of the fence, writes GRAHAM CARTER.
A SWINDON man has pleaded guilty to trying to take photographs up the skirts of young girls.
THE streets will stand still this Friday as tributes are paid to the fallen of The Battle of the Somme on its centenary.
Roy Partington, 53, recently joined a party of six people who were the first to climb a previously unnamed mountain in Mongolia. Roy is married to Belinda and lives in Park South. The couple have two grown-up children and Roy works as a systems administrator with Swindon Silicon Systems
A MAN is in hospital after suffering a knife wounds inside an off-licence that he was trying to rob.
With 180 acts - from musician Billy Bragg to physician and comedian Dr Phil Hammond - the organisation of the annual Frome Festival is a tall order. MARION SAUVEBOIS meets the man charged with making sure it all goes to plan
TEACHERS have called a strike on Tuesday, July 5, as they demand more funding for education and more negiotiations on contracts over workloads.
LOCAL heroes in the community could be in for a windfall when the BBC takes to the streets of Swindon next month.
Eight men are arrested in an investigation into a series of cash machine thefts in England and Scotland.
A POLICE helicopter has helped officers track down a car after a motorist refused to stop for officers.
A LITTLE girl whose hair was so long she could almost sit on it made the brave decision to have 14 inches cut off to help sick children.
A VETERAN Labour councillor has spoken out in defence of Jeremy Corbyn after what he calls an act of ‘blatant rebellion.’
A HONDA employee refused to give police a specimen of breath after McDonalds staff alerted them to a possible drink-driver buying burgers at their drive-through in the early hours, a court has heard.
Three former school workers are arrested in connection with allegations of historical abuse at schools in Gloucestershire and Wiltshire.
Swindon amateur actor Jake Lennox will be strutting his stuff as Ferdinand in an open air production of William Shakespeare's The Tempest this week.
This month art lovers can take to the road to explore a wide variety of artists who all live and create in Swindon.
WHEN environmental health inspectors sprang a surprise visit on Rafu’s last spring they found the staff wearing dirty T-shirts, raw prawns next to cooked prawns in the fridge and a lack of record keeping.
Sheila Harrod, founder and artistic director of the Kentwood Show Choir is putting aside all the razzamatazz of her usual full scale productions in favour of a more intimate musical evening.
Something fishy with Simon Rhodes from Lobsterpot Fishmongers, Wood Street Food Hall