The BBBofC will conduct a hearing in January over the sparring session that led to Nick Blackwell requiring brain surgery.
A TEENAGE boy has been arrested this morning (NOV 1) in connection with a deliberate fire at Lechlade Memorial Hall.
Sam Wylie-Harris rounds up the best festive gifts for wine and spirit lovers
POLICE are warning people to keep their homes safe from thieves following a spate of burglaries.
Rick Stein’s latest foodie mission, Long Weekends, a food-travelogue on BBC2, is all about enjoying life’s simpler pleasures. Inspired by the series, his latest book is Rick Stein’s Long Weekends, published by BBC Books, priced £25. Here are three of the recipes to try at home...
A MAN who suffers from depression is furious after the ‘heartless’ council threatened him with court action while he was dealing with the death of his father.
BUSINESSES in Highworth will likely be able to bank with the Post Office when the Lloyds branch closes in April.
A SWINDON transport manager who decided to drive home after taking a taxi to his partner’s house following a party, crashed into a parked car on his way home, a court has heard.
There's nothing wrong with wanting to look your best and maintain a healthy weight. But there's a lot wrong with falling into the 'diet' trap
A SWINDON managing director has been flown out to South Africa to share how he created an award-winning customer service strategy that encourages customers to return and recommend his business to others.
THIS year Wiltshire Sight has released a Christmas video highlighting the importance of looking after your eyes as part of its festive campaign.
During a holiday in the Netherlands, the Reverend Trevor Day's life began to change in a fundamental way
THIS week in 1965 it was barely possible to turn a page of the Adver without finding a Christmas story or festive advertising feature.
OUR main photograph shows pioneering British TV star Brian Johnston and a group of girls from Swindon.
ALL three lanes at Bruce Street Bridges will be open to traffic on Friday at 6am.
A PENSIONER says he feels like a prisoner in his own home after vandals lobbed stones through his front window twice in a week.
A DRIVER charged with failing to stop after a collision involving two other vehicles in Swindon town centre is to face trial next year.
A SWINDON motorist has been fined more than £500 for driving without a full driving licence and £100 for possession of cannabis.
A SICK stray cat who spent a year living under the Wyvern Theatre bridge and being cared for by a homeless man has found a loving new home.