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ELDERLY residents of a sheltered housing scheme in Swindon have been told they are all being moved out because the building is going to be demolished
A&E departments across the UK are buckling under the pressure of a social care system that is reaching its “tipping point”, a health watchdog has warned.
YOUNGSTERS at Bridlewood Primary School gave it their all to raise money in memory of a pupil who was killed in a road accident last year.
A MOTORIST from Swindon has told BBC Wiltshire how he was "really frightened" when he discovered three suspected migrants had broken into his campervan.
Q: "I've just had my first baby and suffered with pre-eclampsia, although my baby and I were both fine. Could there be any after-effects from the condition, or is it unlikely to affect my health further now?"
THERE was a photo of a shiny, modern-looking new library on one of our front pages this week in 2003.
THE Swindon Advertiser ran an interview with one of the town’s most famous sons 47 years ago today.
Portugal’s prestigious Pine Cliffs Resort offers stunning views over the Atlantic and plenty more finery, as LEANNE RINNE finds out
WILTSHIRE Business Awards 2017 were officially launched with a breakfast this morning at Thrings Solicitors' Swindon office.
A HIGHWORTH based charity that is part of a global network is looking for new members to breathe life into their organisation.
MEMBERS of the public going about their business in Highworth were stopped in their tracks on Thursday at the sight of the town's mayor wearing a blindfold and carrying a white stick.
SWINDON mum Helen Mansell is finally getting a new tumble drier ten months after first alerting the manufacturer to the fact her machine was one of the models at risk of catching fire.
SHOP staff and passers-by came to the aid of a pensioner this afternoon after she suffered a head injury on Victoria Road.
CHEMICAL resistant bed bugs are causing sleepless nights as pest controllers deal with a huge increase in call outs to tackle the tiny bloodsuckers.
VOLUNTEERS are being sought by a charity that helps to support victims of crime.
THE older sister of a man accused of sexually abusing two young girls nine years apart told a jury, ‘They are false allegations’.
THE NSPCC helpline has seen a 68 percent rise in the number of cases serious enough to refer to external agencies in Swindon over the past four years, figures revealed yesterday.
HOUSEHOLD favourites such as Marmite, Flora and Persil may be difficult to find at Tesco stores following a row between the supermarket giant and Unilever.
A NEW specialist home is all set to change the face of dementia care in Swindon.