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Wiltshire Air Ambulance lands in Swindon this morning. Picture @WiltsAirAmbu

Update: Tewkesbury Way still closed after serious crash

Residents voted against the proposal.

Breaking Stratton St Margaret poll results revealed

Coun Fay Howard outside the Parks Children’s Centre in Goddard Park Primary School

Axe is poised over children’s centres

Bella Jo Jo in Wood street will be selling special Valentine gifts for dogs and cats. Pictured are Natalie Cini and Fruit Archer

Pampered Swindon pets set to receive Valentine's gifts

Police at Welton Road today. Picture by Thomas Kelsey

UPDATE: Area at Delta Office Park cordoned off - four arrests after police car rammed

Police accident and incident near TK Maxx..11/02/16 Thomas Kelsey. (55687644)

Crash driver remains in custody

Swindon Borough Council's offices in Euclid Street

Council tax rise set to be approved by Swindon

Will we see more BT Openreach vans in Swindon soon?

Hopes grow for BT fibre broadband in North Swindon

Head chef Andrew Scott

How to make... Chocolate fondant for your Valentine

Jonas Lodge

New creative era rings in at gastro pub The Bell in Ramsbury

Charging to park in parks

Charging to park in Swindon's Lydiard Park

Swindon Central Library

What do you want from the library service?

The Pear Tree Hotel

VIDEO: Sublime food in stunning setting at the Pear Tree

The scene of the collision on Great Western Way.

Breaking Police officer hurt in Great Western Way crash - man arrested

Demolition work continues at the car park. Picture by Thomas Kelsey.

Demolition work continues at Wyvern Street car park

The cyclist was taken to the Great Western Hospital for treatment after coming off his bike

Cyclist taken to hospital after accident


OPPOSITION REPORT: Colchester United

OPPOSITION REPORT: Colchester United

Colchester defender Kent has fingers cross the tide will turn against Town

Colchester defender Kent has fingers crossed the tide will turn against Town

Swindon lock horns with Leighton Buzzard this weekend

RUGBY: Swindon aiming to box clever on return to action

Aaron Nell

Nell hoping to rally his depleted troops

Royal Wootton Bassett head coach Alan Low

RUGBY: Bassett chief Low urges troops to stay focussed

CAT CALL: NHL still trumps Olympics

CAT CALL: NHL still trumps Olympics

Connor Waldon

SOUTHERN LEAGUE: Pacy Marlow have Webb on red alert

Purton boss Justin Miller

HELLENIC LEAGUE: Purton keep everything crossed

Sean Millwaters

RUGBY: Millwaters happy to the see the big thaw

HELLENIC LEAGUE: Fisher aims for return to winning ways

HELLENIC LEAGUE: Fisher aims for return to winning ways

Lawn E are, back (l-r): Fi Bowering, Ebony Mcintre, Tracey Goodwin, Joanne Beales, Ann Smith, Karren Kilderry; front: Chloe Blackmar, Catherine Ardrey, Ellie Holloway

NETBALL: Regional reverse for Raychem

Yaser Kasim is brought down under a heavy challenge against Port Vale earlier in the season

Collateral damage strikes Yaser

Victoria Pendleton

POINT-TO-POINT: Pendleton is set for her Barbury return

Swindon Town striker Jonathan Obika

Obika backs strikeforce to start firing


National Sport

Ed Woodward spoke to Manchester United investors in a conference call on Thursday

Louis van Gaal urges Paul Scholes to be 'more positive' about Manchester United

Stuart Broad is playing his first white-ball match for England since last year's World Cup

Stuart Broad and Chris Woakes back for England's fourth ODI against South Africa

Courtney Lawes is one of three changes to England's starting XV against Italy

Courtney Lawes, Mako Vunipola and Ben Youngs to start for England against Italy

Manchester United and their executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward expect annual revenue to surpass the £500million mark

Ed Woodward defends transfer record with United on track for record revenue

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