IT has emerged that Swindon Town striker Nile Ranger is facing yet another court appearance after being charged with drink-driving.
positive thinker Edna Cook has died peacefully in her sleep at the age of 102.
IT WAS an historic day for Swindon Rugby Club yesterday as three members of the same family took to the field together for a charity rugby match.
SHIFTING goalposts are denying Beechcroft Infant School an outstanding rating after Ofsted rated it good for the third time in succession, according to headteacher Jo-Anne Rutt.
PLANS to build a vital new primary school in the town centre received a huge boost this week after permission to proceed was granted by the Government.
CONCERNS over damage to property surrounding the Regent Circus development have grown after a hole appeared in the ground close to Cross Street on Thursday.
HALF of all dangerous weapons seized from people in Swindon last year were carried by teenagers, with some as young as 14.
THE removal of a bus shelter at the centre of a public consultation is an unlikely outcome, according to Coun Brian Mattock.
IT WAS less a case of Tesco staff letting their hair down yesterday and more a case of getting their hair off.
Swindon Model Rail Club will be showcasing some of its finest work at Modrail 2014 today at the Steam Museum.
CHILDREN at Holy Rood Junior School celebrated German day yesterday as part of their ongoing diversity and culture programme.
LONG-term sickness at Great Western Hospital has caused operations at a unit for patients with critical heart conditions to end for more than four weeks, leaving paramedics no choice but to transport patients to Bristol for care.
AN OLD Town community group is celebrating after being given a grant to keep an important social event running for the next year.
POLICE have smashed an organised ring of drug suppliers sending in an undercover officer to snare street dealers.
THE importance of a new reading regime set out by headteacher Kelly James was illustrated this week as World Book Day was stretched out to five days at Lawn Primary School.
THE effects of subsidence on properties close to the Regent Circus development are worse than originally feared, it was revealed at a meeting tonight between residents and contractors.
AN elderly woman died following a crash involving four cars on the A433 close to the Thames Head Inn near Kemble at about 12.55pm today, Friday March 7.
A COMMUNITY litter pick will be held ths weekend in East Wichel Residents will be joined by prospective council candidate for Old Town Coun Claire Ellis, MP Robert Buckland, pictured, MEP Julie Girling and ward councillors Brian Mattock and Rod Bluh.
ORGANISERS are looking for bands and activities for the 2014 Little Big Festival, which runs in the Town Gardens from the beginning of April to the end of September.
SWINDON will mark International Women’s Day in and around the Central Library tomorrow, with workshops, displays, activities and discussions surrounding the topics of respect and empowerment.