HIS tumultuous love life and career were splashed across the front pages and now Sinatra’s extraordinary journey is immortalised on stage in Frank Sinatra – His Way!
FROM high-energy musical numbers to funky dance routines with comedy thrown in for good measure, the Swindon Gangshow is one of the highlights of the town’s event calendar.
The perfect blend of dance rock, techno and pop hooks they prove that good rock can have pop/radio appeal. The show at the Oasis is sold out.
A POIGNANT reminder of the harrowing abuse that goes on behind the closed doors of some of Swindon’s homes has been tied around a tree in the town to remind people that they are not alone in the battle against domestic abuse.
A NEW crowdfunding initiative is hoping to stir up some great ideas in Swindon.
STAFF at Great Western Hospital are working to limit the spread of infectious diseases this winter as the norovirus season takes hold, warning visitors to stay away if they fall victim to the vomiting and diarrhoea bug.
THE former senior supervisor at the centre of allegations about bribery, discrimination and harassment at Swindon’s Great Western Hospital, broke down in tears at an Employment Tribunal.
MORE than 100 drivers were stopped and their cars rigorously examined as part a police operation to crack down on rural crime and unroadworthy cars being on the road.
A GARAGE owner more than four times over the legal drink-drive limit in Thamesdown Drive has been banned for three years, but was spared prison.
A MUM who attacked a teenage love rival after sending her a threatening Facebook message written in street slang has been spared a jail term.
COLD water has been poured on the fiery antics of one of Old Town’s hottest properties over the Christmas period after 26 years of entertainment.
A BUSINESS owner has said his health, as well as his shop, have both been affected by the long-running works at Bruce Street Bridges.
A COUNCIL debt collector faces trial over the accusation she abused her position of trust to siphon £50,000 from a vulnerable man in his 90s over three years.
PEOPLE in Swindon have been warned not to be complacent about the risk of terror attacks.
ORGANISATIONS were brought together this week to discuss how best to help improve the diagnosis, treatment and management of diabetes in Wiltshire.
COUNCIL chiefs from Wiltshire and Swindon have started discussions over working more closely together and possibly taking on more powers from central government.
POLICE chiefs breathed a 'sigh of relief' as anticipated cuts of up to 25 per cent were withdrawn from the Autumn Statement this afternoon.
A MAN who walked out of a Swindon store with items of clothing is being sought by Wiltshire Police.
PUPILS at The Commonweal School in Old Town have got Christmas all wrapped up.
Network Rail wants to sell £1.8bn of railway arch space, disused depots and shop space in bigger stations to help raise the cash to upgrade UK railways.