National treasure Julian Clary is celebrating 30 years in show business with a new tour: The Joy of Mincing. He chats to the Adver about his new life in the country and coming to Joan Collins’ rescue in St Tropez
THE fight to save a dog condemned to death despite never having attacked anyone will continue until the summer.
THAMESDOWN buses across Swindon will be running on a Sunday timetable for both the May bank holidays on May 2 and May 30.
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CHIEF Constable Mike Veale has welcomed new laws to improve the safety of selling firearms.
TWO lanes of the M4 were blocked with traffic queuing eastbound at Junction 17 for Chippenham because of a crash.
The number of reports of suspected brothels in Swindon has nearly doubled in 12 months, the BBC learns.
STRUGGLING to accept his relationship with a woman was over a man found himself before magistrates facing four charges of breaching his restraining order.
THIS week in 1974 The Exorcist was doing the rounds of Britain.
Services are held at a German war cemetery to remember 10 previously unknown RAF airmen, whose remains were recently identified.
THIS week 39 years ago the Adver ran one of a long series of articles about a family of Swindon modellers.
A MAN who topped the scales at 27 stone just 18 months ago has said being diagnosed with type two diabetes turned his life around.
A MAN caught dealing crack cocaine and heroin has escaped a prison sentence and been ordered to do community service.
A POPULAR Churchfields Academy employee hanged himself after being plagued by “dark thoughts” while struggling to come to terms with his retirement.
FINGERS are crossed that one of Cricklade’s biggest tourist attractions will be dried out in time for the bank holiday weekend.
A LORRY collided with a car between Kemble and Cirencester today, causing its goods to be strewn across the road.
A CONTROVERSIAL housing development is set to go ahead, despite strong local objections, after the High Court ruled against Swindon Borough Council.
SOLICITORS drawing up wills for members of the public have helped raise more than £7,500 for Prospect Hospice.
Scottish Power is to pay £18m for customer service failings linked to a new computer system.
POTENTIAL sponsors are being asked to saddle up and ride to the rescue of a popular horse show.