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If you don't want to end up in an ambulance don't take legal highs, police warn

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Sir Edward Heath at his Salisbury home

Fifth police force receives sex abuse allegations against Sir Edward Heath

August 5: Weather and Traffic

August 5: Weather and Traffic

Thames Hall Field during recent floods

Cricklade better able to cope with bad weather after funds boost

Laura Bellis with Misty

Purr-fect ending as stabbed cat gets loving home

Josh Jones, from Blunsdon, who fell to his death from an office block in London

Tributes to man who died after office plunge

The Debra charity shop in Victoria Road was damaged in the incident

Van smashes through charity shop window in Old Town

Sir Edward Heath

Calls made to Wiltshire Police and NSPCC after appeal over Sir Edward Heath sex abuse claims

Steve Bell is doing a charity bike ride from Bournemouth to Swindon in aid of Ronald McDonald House which helped his son when he was seriously ill. From left, David Gower, Abigail Bell, Steve Bell, Jacob Bell and Paul Hughes

Father raises charity cash with epic cycle after son’s life-saving surgery

Royly Da Silva

Festival caterer bought raw meat from pet food supplier and stored food in 'disgraceful' condition

Councillor Derique Montaut

Councillors in row over furniture project debts

Medics James Yates and Pete Sadler, brewer Josh Clayson, Nicole Beebee, Callum and Mike Bayliss, doctors Louise Webster and Tom James

Enjoy guilt-free pint to keep air ambulance flying

Tracey Wysocka, pictured with greyhound Monty and pals, organised a 12-hour charity walk to remember the cherished pooch – raising £3,395 for Greyhound Rescue West of England

Walk in memory of much-missed greyhound Monty collared over £3k

The borough council has an ambition to have every home in Swindon powered using renewable energy by 2020, with solar making up a large portion

Solar scheme will go ahead despite subsidy cuts

An example of Julian Beever’s eye-catching street art. Julian will be creating a specially commissioned version of his optical illusion art in Swindon town centre later this month

Top artist to create amazing 3D illusion on town street

Sport

Broome Manor pro David Howell

Howell's whistling a happy tune

Town make use of their temporary base at Beversbrook in Calne

Digby urges patience on Town's new training site

Power concedes Kent deal is unlikely

Power concedes Kent deal is unlikely

Nationwide House's John Reivers bowls during his side's defeat to Bradford

WILTSHIRE LEAGUE: House are brought down

Two new directors help to strengthen Wildcats pack

Two new directors help to strengthen Wildcats pack

The triumphant Wiltshire men’s and ladies’ tennis teams who both achieved promotion after recent successes in the County Cup

TENNIS: Wiltshire teams are cream of the crop at County Cup

Charlie Nesbitt (left) with his second-placed trophy on the podium at Thruxton

MINI-MOTO: Charlie shines in second

Robert Branford in action for Swindon last week

Robins swoop for Branford to cover injured Rose

How the proposed roof on the Stratton Bank end of the County Ground would look, according to plans drawn up for TrustSTFC

Revitalised Red Army Fund aims to raise the roof

Town capture 17-year-old Iandolo

Town capture 17-year-old Iandolo

Relaunching the Red Army Fund are back (l-r): Matt Davies, Simon Cowley, Nick Warren, Paul Jackson, Sam Parkin; front: Steve Mytton, Nicola Woolford, Leon Cowley and Joe Mytton

RED ARMY FUND: Red Army is marching in

Liverpool’s Christian Benteke watches on as Lawrence Vigouroux pulls off a fine stop for Swindon in Sunday’s pre-season friendly (Picture: Dave Evans)

Cooper: 'It's all about the money'

TrustSTFC chair Steve Mytton and Sam Parkin

RED ARMY FUND: Relaunch hits the target for Super Sammy

TRUST MATTERS: You can be a part of it

TRUST MATTERS: You can be a part of it

National Sport

Steven Finn has taken 98 Test wickets

Finn ready to step up

Steven Finn has 98 Test wickets

Finn ready for extra responsibility

James Hook has a golden chance to press his World Cup claims in Wales' opening warm-up Test against Ireland

Hook never lost faith

EMBARGOED UNTIL 2230 AUGUST 4, 2015.'Team GB Greats' including Sir Chris Hoy, Anthony Joshua and Sir Steve Redgrave.

More medals "not probable" in Rio

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