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TOOTHILL’S £1m golden lottery ticket is finally getting closer to being spent as ideas forge ahead on how to transform the community centre.
PUPILS at Brook Field Primary School are well aware of the dangers of straying on railway lines, leaving laptops on beds and carrying weapons after winning the annual Junior Good Citizen competition.
A GRANDFATHER battling an asbestos-related lung disease has won a legal battle against his former employers who he says failed to protect him.
PROSPECTIVE parents, residents and local businesses have cast an eye over plans for a new secondary school which will take 1,210 pupils.
POLICE are appealing for witnesses after a taxi was damaged during an incident in Swindon.
CHRISTOPHER Halliwell has appeared in court two months before he faces trial for the murder of Becky Godden Edwards.
SWINDON and Wiltshire has seen an 18.8 percent increase in recorded crime, according to figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS)
A WARNING about the dangers of water has been issued by Dorset & Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service.
POLICE arrested a youth of 15 following an altercation in Eldene between a group of men and a girl aged 16.
NEW figures reveal the traffic misery that families are set to face as they head west for summer holidays.
A UK exhibition tour of many ‘never before seen’ photographs of David Bowie is set to visit Swindon this autumn.
A CHILDREN’S charity is urging parents to think carefully before leaving youngsters home alone during the summer holidays.
YOUNG William Saunders loves school so much he has not missed a day in seven years.
BT broadband users have been unable to access some websites again, following problems with the service yesterday.
A GROUP of friends who got lost in Box mines last Thursday were astonished to discover that a jokey conversation with a fireman about looking for virtual Pokémon had made national news headlines.
THE annual Swindon Mela is set to return this year as the popular South Asian festival takes Old Town by storm.
A BELT-wielding thug who was involved in a fight in the street during the early hours of the morning while on a suspended sentence has been spared jail.
Russell Holland deputy leader os Swindon Borough Council stands in for council chief
ACCORDING to Wikipedia it was 1976 but Simon Nicol isn’t so sure. “My money is on ’75,” he says, “but none of us are clear on it.” The only original member of Fairport Convention who is still with the band is considering the birth of one of Britain’s longest running pop festivals.