A FORMER hospital chef inspired by her mum’s bravery during her 23-year battle with cancer has had her hair and eyebrows shaved off to raise money in her memory.
CUSTOMERS and staff at Morrisons have been tucking into cupcakes and French fancies today as part of a community tea party in aid of charity Sue Ryder.
POLICE have released an e-fit picture of a man following an incident in Liden where a woman was assaulted on her doorstep.
MELLIFLUOUS melodies and smooth sounds were heard above the clamour of shoppers at Swindon Designer Outlet as International Jazz Day was marked by a pair of local musicians.
CHIHUAHUAS, Labradors, westies and collies were among the dozens of dogs to be microchipped for free at Coate Water Park today.
Adver Sport's Matt Edwards hands out his player ratings from Town's 2-2 draw at Rochdale this afternoon.
SWINDON Town squandered a two goal lead as they finished the game with nine men in their 2-2 draw with Rochdale.
Join sports reporter Matt Edwards as he brings you all the action from Swindon Town's League One match with Rochdale
THE of pupils and staff at Bishopstone Primary School almost doubled last week thanks to their artistic talents.
THE world’s first father-daughter pole-dancing duo left Britain’s Got Talent judges dazed and confused during their eye-catching audition tonight.
Richard Durrant, nicknamed the guitar whisperer, is hopping on board the No 26 bus from Paraguay, to play at the Swindon Festival of Literature.
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IT WILL be all about children’s fiction at the Swindon Literature Festival next weekend and author Sarah Lean has no intention to miss out on the fun. Ahead of her visit to Lower Shaw Farm on Sunday, May 8, where she will debut her new book series…
SWINDON Town Ladies manager Steve Robertson is convinced that his troops have their eyes trained solely on the prize as they bid for title glory tomorrow.
NEIL SMITH has made a fine start to his 2016 indoor campaign by qualifying for the national finals of the Premier Threes tournament to be staged at the end of the year by winning the Taunton Deane regional final, writes Dave Eaton.
SWINDON youngster Nat O’Dwyer will be aiming to put in an Olympic-sized effort when he and his Team Bath Buccaneers U14 side attempt to become national champions next month.
THE sun shone for this year’s Swindon Handicapped tournament, with 24 teams playing from across the Swindon and District Netball Association League.
AARON Birch has what it takes to get back into full-time football, according to his Hereford manager Peter Beadle.
PADDY Fitzpatrick says that he will miss having Eamonn O’Kane in the gym.
LUKE Williams is remaining cautious over whether or not to give an array of his young talents a chance to shine in Swindon Town’s final two games of the season.
THE Crank Racing team and rider Josh Day are to make their North West 200 debut next weekend, with the Swindon rider piloting the team’s Kawasaki ZX-10R in one of Ireland’s most famous road races.
WITH safety now secured, there are lots of things that Luke Williams will have to think about when it comes to approaching the last two games.
JASON Doyle says the importance of him safely navigating the Grand Prix season should not be underestimated as the Swindon Robins skipper prepares to kick-start his second tilt at World Championship glory tonight.
ALLEN Kevin James 12-12-1972 - 01-05-2015 If we could have one wish today We know what that would be To have you back at home with us Just like it used to be. Dearly loved and sadly missed Mum, Dad and all the Family
DOSANJH Sukhdev 'Dave' Time slips by and life goes on But from our hearts you are never gone Loved and remembered always Love Jas, Sue, Joginder, Telvinder, Sundip, Arvinder, Sandeev, Jasmine and Serena