SWINDON Town youngsters Tom Smith and Jake Evans have joined League of Ireland side Waterford on loan until June, it was confirmed tonight.
Crowd-funding is not just a buzz word in the corporate community, it can kickstart the dreams of musicians.
Director tells FLICKY HARRISON how US marine drama is more relevant than ever
THE daughter of a popular sportsman and singer has paid tribute to the father she has described as a wonderful man and a true gentleman.
A WOMAN who give herself the prefix 'Lady' by deed poll falsely claimed to be a furniture restorer to commit a £166,000 VAT fraud, a court heard.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a young teenage boy had his bicycle stolen.
BRIGHTER Futures is all set for a cracking Easter as it plays host to hundreds of little knitted chicks.
QUIZ teams in Swindon will put their general knowledge to the test next month in an effort to raise money for a good cause.
THE nursing of an injured king back to health in Swindon was a major Adver story this week in 1979.
IN the 1920s and 1930s a small group of archers across the world had something unusual in common.
Swindon Borough Council is again backing a national campaign to get half a million people out and about cleaning up their communities.
A caravan was stolen from South Marston Industrial Estate on Friday, February 10.
A DRIVER has slammed a car parking company for what he claims is unfair treatment after he was fined despite his belief he was following the correct procedure.
ANGRY allotment holder Lynton Elcocks is blaming boulders and stones left by council contractors for his greenhouse being smashed by vandals.
THIS year will see the first ever Brighter Futures Easter egg hunt and family fun day.
WILTSHIRE Air Ambulance’s major fundraising appeal for its new airbase is to receive a significant donation of £250,000.
This is the terrifying moment a masked man threatened staff in West Swindon bookies on Tuesday, demanding they hand over cash.
A FAMILY have accused the council of wasting time and public money in an effort to bring about a prosecution for taking their child out of school during term time.
VISITS to another one of Swindon’s much loved outdoor spaces could soon become more expensive.
MANTON House Estate’s Rory O’Dowd was one of two Wiltshire winners at the 13th annual Godolphin Stud & Stable Staff Awards in London on Monday night.
A puppy and its owner had to be rescued from the ditch of the A419 last night.
FORENSICS teams have returned to Broad Street today, where convicted double murderer Christopher Halliwell lived between 1997 and 2001.
TIM Sherwood is unlikely to become the new Blackburn Rovers manager, the Advertiser understands.
MEADOWPARK Primary School took a different approach to learning as their pupils spent the afternoon building a city out of Lego.
Vauxhall's brand and "committed workforce" are highly valued, Business Secretary Greg Clark has been told during crunch talks in Paris over the future of thousands of British production jobs.
Brenda Johnson, 67, is helping disabled Zambian orphans but airline Emirates says she can’t fly with children’s clothing unless she pays an £800 excess
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A JUDGE has issued a warrant for the arrest of woman who is said to have been involved in the trade in heroin and cocaine from her home.
TWO men who took part in a burglary at the offices of a car wash have admitted their part in the raid.
Throughout 2017, the Swindon Advertiser is backing a campaign by Wiltshire Air Ambulance to raise the remaining £1.25m needed to complete its new airbase at Semington.
When 33-year-old design manager Dan Bodio was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at two months old, doctors told his parents his prospects were gloomy. Three decades on, Dan is continuing his bid for a life unlimited, as he explains to DENISE BARKLEY
ONE of the greatest challenges facing all of us in Swindon is the need to change the way in which our town is perceived in the media and elsewhere.
Swindon based Weenie Business Solutions, the business consultancy that helps small to medium size enterprises (SMEs) grow, has launched BREXIT HUB, a package of services for clients looking to make the most of the UK’s exit from the EU.
TRAFFIC on the A419 heading towards junction 15 of the M4 is being delayed after a car and lorry crashed this morning.
PEOPLE are being put at risk by the fire service computer system, which is used to send information to crews responding to 999 calls, reports the BBC today.
THE mother of one of Christopher Halliwell's victims has spoken out as police dig beneath the back yard of his former home.
WILTSHIRE’S Alex Donoghue and Seb Worral reached the last eight in the latest round of West of England Billiards & Snooker Foundation Gold Waistcoat Snooker Tour.
SWINDON were unable to prevent defeat in the first round of the ECB Indoor National Club Championship as they lost to Sarisbury.
SWINDON College Old Boys recorded their 14th consecutive win of the season as they moved 20 points clear at the top of the Berks/Bucks & Oxon Premier Division.