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THE way we pay is changing, according to new figures – and much of the transformation is down to technology allowing us to “tap and go” at the checkout.
Hatred is never more dangerous than when its seeds are sown by the guilty against the innocent and it is pretending to be something else.
Jackie began the trust because she realised students were not being enabled to reach their potential beyond school age.
THE Campaign to Protect Rural England has released fascinating satellite images showing light pollution.
A GRIEVING family have completed a 59 mile walk in memory of a loved one who suffered with autism and a decade ago and ended his life.
MORE bus passengers in Swindon are now able to surf while they ride after Thamesdown Transport announced an expansion of on-board WiFi.
MINI masterchefs demonstrated their culinary ability at an Olympic themed competition this week.
A TEENAGER accused of aggravated burglary breached his bail conditions because he did not want to go to a dog show.
Batter flinging and picture pitching are accepted with a smile by first time hoteliers at 16th century coaching inn
MARION SAUVEBOIS puts tussles with her mum aside as they dive into a truly delicious menu in Corsham
HOUSE sellers' asking prices reached a record high of £310,471 on average in June, despite uncertainty over the EU referendum, a property website has reported.
MARION SAUVEBOIS meets a man who never gave up on his dream to perform despite all the setbacks he faced
AN IT consultant who was twice the drink-drive limit when he got behind the wheel of his car after celebrating his friend’s engagement has been disqualified from driving for 17 months.
A HOMELESS heroin addict has been told by the court he must attend his drug rehabilitation requirement days to “make his life better” and help him kick the habit.
A MAN who threatened to decapitate a neighbour and take her head to the police station in a bag has been jailed for two-and-a-half years.
THE uptempo beat of swing music sang out from the bandstand in the Town Gardens on Sunday.
WILTSHIRE Council has spent more than half a million pounds on gagging ex-employees since it was created in 2009.
A SWINDON man has died in hospital four days after a crash which left him fighting for his life.
POLICE are keen to hear from anyone who witnessed a crash that resulted in a motorcyclist being airlifted to hospital.