TOWN boss Mark Cooper took pride in the reaction of his players after Jordan Turnbull’s sending off cost his side dear in a 2-0 defeat to Oxford United.
OXFORD United manager Michael Appleton did not see Jordan Turnbull’s sending off as the turning point in a game they went on to win 2-0 to progress in the Football League Trophy.
OXFORD United blew the Roofe off Swindon Town’s Football League Trophy hopes with a 2-0 win at the Kassam Stadium this evening.
ADVER Sport's Tom Bassam hands out his ratings from Swindon Town's 2-0 defeat at Oxford United.
Join sports reporters Matt Edwards and Tom Bassam as they bring you all the action from tonight's Johnstone's Paint Trophy clash between Oxford United and Swindon Town
THE JURY in the case of a marathon running former soldier accused of pocketing more than £20,000 he raised for charity have been sent home for the night.
THE NSPCC has slammed a judge’s comments as "deeply worrying" after a babysitter was spared immediate jail for having sex with her 11-year-old charge.
FAMILY and friends continued their efforts to find Paul Griffiths in Bristol yesterday with an anniversary walk from The Priory Hospital.
FAMILY members of Fairford man John Barnes, who lost his life in a collision at Upper Inglesham, are praying for his wife as she remains in a serious condition.
A THUG involved in a late night drunken "free-for-all" at a Swindon train station, which saw a man suffer a fractured skull, has been jailed for 16 months.
HEALTHCARE inspectors have slammed a Percy Street homecare agency after it failed to meet four out of five Government standards this summer.
A SMALL part of Jeremy Holt secretly hoped the Swindon Half Marathon would stay dead and buried when the British Heart Foundation pulled the plug in February.
AN ALCOHOLIC who breached her anti-social behaviour order three days after coming out of prison has amassed more than £1,000 in criminal court charges.
DEVASTATION facing refugees across Europe has been brought closer to home by Dorcan Academy students in a bid to make their experience more relatable for their classmates.
PLANS to introduce on-the-spot fines for begging or letting dogs roam free in the town centre are being floated with residents.
“THESE angels came and they gave us our lives back,” said David Jackson, who praised Prospect Hospice’s care for his son Ben during the last months of his life.
A DECADE and a half of supplying the latest urban equipment to daring skaters and boarders was marked on Saturday with a big birthday bash.
CHISELDON’S Jonny May is set to miss out on England’s final game of the World Cup after not being named in the matchday squad.
X Factor judge Simon Cowell has said he would not rule out the return of Louis Walsh to the show. The music mogul also revealed that both Fleur East and previous X Factor winner Ben Haenow will be back on the programme.
Gym air conditioning can spread viruses and anyone you come into contact with could be at risk of catching whatever lurgi you’re hosting. Don’t be selfish!
PETER Kildemand has announced today that he will be teaming up with Swedish club Piraterna Motala next season.
I WISH to raise my objection to the weight restrictions being reintroduced in Merlin Way and extended to Kingfisher Drive in Covingham.
THE giant steel making plant at Redcar has closed with the loss of 1,700 jobs. British manufacturing was already in a very sorry state even before this latest closure. The two big political parties have hardly commented on this shocking news. …
KAYE Franklin, who died last week, was a remarkable woman, a force for good in Swindon’s cultural life, its heritage, and work with the town’s diverse communities.
VOLKSWAGEN has been using computer software to beat the maximum emission levels allowed for their diesel engine cars.
I AM sure Councillor Jim Robbins and his colleague Councillor Emma Bushell are motivated by the best of intentions when they suggest Swindon Borough Council should accommodate Syrian refugee families as well as their call for the council to increase…
I HAD heard rumours the council were intending to foist parish councils on all of Swindon, so last week I went to the council meeting and asked if this was true and was told by the leader of the council that it is.
RE: the letter from CS Passmore. At the SBC Planning Committee meeting on 8 September the outline planning application for class C2 Care Village at Catsbrain Farm was approved without consideration for the safety of pedestrians or vehicles entering…
I AM writing this open letter to thank my MP, Robert Buckland QC, HM Solicitor for England and Wales, for his support for two campaigns he knows are close to my heart, the CPS’ Consentis, and Bloodwise’s Blood Cancer Awareness Month.
AS RESEARCH for Confidence Month reveals a third of young people don’t feel confident, we reveal some self-esteem-boosting tips:
TWO Swindon councillors have been snapped frolicking in the streets of Manchester after day two of the Conservative Party Conference.
MAY those who search for Paul Griffiths in Bristol today be swiftly successful.
Swindon has become a veritable hive of musical theatre schools in recent years, but the Kentwood Show Choir remains steadfast to the purist teachings of voice.
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THIS week, some advice for any upper-class or would-be upper-class people who find themselves in Swindon.
THE NSPCC has slammed a judge's comments as 'deeply worrying' after babysitter Jade Hatt was spared immediate jail for having sex with her eleven-year-old charge.
AN ALCOHOLIC mum who put a burning piece of paper through another woman's letter box went berserk in the dock when a judge jailed her for ten months.
THE Party Conference season is upon us.
ALL good teams build from the back, but in Swindon Town’s case it appears to be the other way round.
CLARK Cody Elliot Mitchell Born sleeping 2nd October 2015. Precious son to Lacey and Mitchell and brother to Christopher. God took me in his loving arms and kissed my little cheek. He said "Now close your eyes, sweet child, and try hard not to peek.…
Explorer and marine biologist, Doug Allan, is setting out on a tour of talks on his adventures in the depths of the ocean.