A KLEPTOMANIAC has been ordered to carry out unpaid work after she let her condition get the better of her in Claire’s Accessories.
LESLIE Onslow celebrates his 90th birthday today. An engineer by profession, he is also one of the Onslow Boys – like late brothers Ken and Roy, he played for Swindon Town in the post-World War Two era.
THOUSANDS of worshippers are expected to converge on Holy Rood Church in Swindon next month to see an image of one of the Catholic Church’s most revered holy relics.
A GREAT grandmother of seven has received a special birthday greeting from the Queen as she celebrates her 100th year.
Police are appealing for information over a 'groping' incident on a bus in Swindon.
CAMPAIGNERS fighting a bid by developers to build 48 homes near Lydiard Park were out garnering support from park users at the weekend.
Hoodie thief spotted by TK Maxx security guard he went to school with and 5 others before the courts
A MAN who tried to make off with a hoodie from TK Maxx was recognised by a security guard he used to go to school with.
ROBERT Buckland MP is calling on members of the public to volunteer their time to support a First World War Memorial Programme as it arrives in Wiltshire.
TWO contestants from TV's Britain's Next Top Models will be launching a new venture at award-winning hairdressers, Goldsworthy's later this year.
A YOUNG burglar who repeatedly raided houses while the occupants slept inside has been jailed for more than two years and four months.
THE people of Gorse Hill came out in their droves this weekend to support the family of Michael Doyle, the popular local lad who sadly died while on holiday in Bulgaria a fortnight ago.
THE campaign to stop a new waste processing plant from being built in South Marston has stepped up a gear with a public meeting attended by over 100 people yesterday.
FRANCESCA Anderton was hoping her first drink when she turned 18 would be at the pub where her dad has been a regular since he was 18.
ALL the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players – so begins the famous monologue in William Shakespeare’s As You Like It.
NABBING a couple of seats to this year's hugely hyped Summer Youth Project was a tall order.
A TREASURED wedding dress put away for two decades by a broken-hearted bride when her groom died before their marriage was one of the most poignant donations when Marie Curie staged a pop up wedding boutique in Swindon.
Featuring in a new BBC Radio 4 documentary about video gaming, While My Guitar Gently Bleeps, and with a TV adaptation of their original live show, Go 8-Bit, to be hosted by Dara O’Briain and air on UKTV’s entertainment channel Dave this autumn, comedian and regular videogames commentator, Steve McNeil, and his tech wizard side-kick and coding king, Rob Sedgebeer, have announced a UK tour of their exciting new live and interactive show, WiFi Wars.
A GROUP of Bristol Rovers fans put a smile on the faces of passing supporters as they dried off in a Manchester Road launderette after Saturday’s derby washout.
Suspended by August, sailing to success and mixed injury news - BBC Sport looks at five things you may have missed from the EFL.
SWINDON Air Cadets braved threatening skies to host a fun day celebrating their 75th birthday.