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MOUNTING pressures on GPs could be threatening the quality and safety of patient care, says a leading Swindon doctor.
STRENGTH in numbers is a concept the plucky charities behind the Swindon Advice and Support Centre know a thing or two about.
I WAS there.
A WHITE ribbon was tied around a tree outside the Civic Offices on Friday to mark Domestic Violence Awareness Week.
A FORMER soldier who plundered tens of thousands of pounds worth of stock from work to sell on eBay has walked free from court.
A MAN who sexually assaulted a young child has been warned he is facing a lengthy jail term.
FANS of pop sensation Olly Murs are expected to go barking mad as he announced that he will play among the trees at Westonbirt as part of 20 outdoor shows across the country.
LADIES who like to knit and natter have given the Manor Farm pub a festive spruce up by decorating the ceiling with intricate crocheted snowflakes.
HUNDREDS of school support staff are set to take to the ballot box in the next week to decide whether to go on strike over a proposed pay cut.
Evergreen at Shoebox Theatre
THREE months after losing his son, a grieving father is considering shutting his shop after falling victim to another break-in - just weeks after vandals smashed his front window.
WILTSHIRE Air Ambulance landed near the A419 this morning after a crash.
AFTER watching a heart-breaking story on Children in Need about a little boy who lost his leg, five-year-old Evie-Mai Morris burst into tears wanting to help.
A WEEK-long social media campaign is being run by Wiltshire Police from today to tell people about how they can help keep themselves and their community safe in the rare event of a terrorist incident.
GLITTERING white and gold lights illuminated Wood Street tonight at the Old Town Christmas Lights Switch-On 2016.
PLAYFUL pugs will don festive jumpers, sparkling Santa suits and reindeer outfits next month to celebrate the continued success of a unique town group.
HOLIDAYS are coming as the iconic Coca-Cola Christmas truck rolled into North Swindon to herald the start of the festive period this weekend.
THE book was closed on the 2016 Swindon Youth Festival of Literature as dozens of pupils gathered for a prize-giving ceremony at the Platform.
CHILDREN rushed to the Outlet Centre at the weekend in the hope of bagging a free teddy bear from Hamleys toy shop.