Swindon Town keeper Tyrell Belford is ruled out for the rest of the season after trying to "self-manage" a groin injury.
A bike riding drugs peddler who was caught red handed selling heroin and crack cocaine has been jailed for two-and-a-half years.
A MAN who narrowly avoided jail earlier this month for brandishing a knife in a public place found himself back in court this week for being drunk and disorderly in a public place.
A man who allowed his flat to be used for the trade in heroin and crack cocaine has been spared an immediate jail term.
BEING a school dinner lady opened Julie Lowe’s eyes to less fortunate children and inspired her to take on a new vocation as a foster carer.
DENYING that he had assaulted a man on a night out last year a man then missed his day in court to put his side of events across.
A man who assaulted his partner and threatened to burn down her mother's house has been released on bail by a judge.
AN 18-year-old man was taken to hospital last night after the car he was in collided with a lamppost in Eastleaze.
A BT employee with an impeccable record of almost 40 years fears his job may now be at risk after he stole more than 20 old telegraph poles.
Canal boat owners with "continuous cruiser" licences must keep moving to a new place every 14 days - or face being thrown off their vessel.
YOUNGSTERS at the children’s ward at Great Western Hospital had a special visitor yesterday when a performance storyteller dropped by to make them have a giggle and forget about their worries.
The curtain falls tonight on the annual one act play festival in Swindon that marks the 175th anniversary of the Great Western Railway this year.
DOZENS of people gathered on the council chamber steps to protest against proposed changes to the library service ahead of a lively meeting on Thursday night.
Jazz Carlin misses out on automatic Olympic qualification despite winning her 800m freestyle final at the British trials in Glasgow.
PASSENGERS have described their horror as a bus careered down a residential street and wiped out an entire wall after the driver got out and left the hand break off.
THE company behind a proposed energy centre at South Marston has revealed new information about the plans, casting doubt on claims being made by campaigners.
TWO schools in the town have been criticised for not encouraging students to achieve their full potential and have been told to improve following an inspection by Ofsted.
On April 23, literary fans worldwide will commemorate the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. ANTHONY LOOCH visits the Bard’s birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon
PERFORMERS in Swindon are being reminded they do not have long left to sign up to a local talent competition.
A £60,000 campaign to help a Swindon toddler stand, walk and run on her own has reached the £10,000 mark in just three months.