AARON Nell thought that his Swindon Wildcats sailed grossly off course as they were dispatched by Hull Pirates tonight.
AS all eyes turn to Lord Sugar and his new cohort of wannabe apprentices, council bosses in Swindon are calling on businesses to follow his lead and tell school leavers 'You're hired.'
RUNNERS across six continents and countries as far flung as Qatar and New Zealand dug deep this week and have raised more than £11,000 in memory of schoolboy Dan Climance.
YOU need no longer feel guilty about kicking back with that glass of red you have been drinking every night – you might even reach 100 if you carry on.
SWINDON is not yet through the worst of the weather, after being battered by strong winds this weekend.
A RESIDENTIAL street was blocked for around an hour on Sunday afternoon after a large tree branch came crashing down in the high winds.
YOU need no longer feel guilty about kicking back with that glass of red you have been drinking every night – you might even reach 100 if you carry on. Violet Ewen, of The Street in Moredon, celebrates her 100th birthday on Monday and puts…
FIVE people had to be rescued from a lift by firefighters after they became trapped.
I HAVE to confess, I am a bit of a closet fan of Will Young. So much so that I convinced a friend of mine that he wanted to go and see the former Pop Idol star at Swindon’s Oasis on Wednesday night, just so that I could reluctantly tag along.
WITH buzzards seen all over rural Wiltshire these day, in flight, perched and standing in fields and even on town verges, it is easy to forget that they were once under threat in the UK, writes BRUNO CLEMENTS.
Shrivenham boss Michael McNally was pleased to end a run of four games without a win as his side recorded a 1-0 success at home to Shortwood United Reserves.
PERHAPS November 29 will be the day that Swindon Wildcats will always remember as the day that they almost won a breathless encounter against the Hull Pirates.
Join sports reporter Dan Barnes for live coverage of Swindon Wildcats' trip to Hull Pirates in the English Premier League
FAIRFORD Town stretched their advantage at the top of the Hellenic League Division One West table after a less than convincing win over New College Swindon.
HIGHWORTH Town boss John Fisher says there is a buzz around the club at the moment after a 4-0 win over Abingdon United.
The industrial tribunal into claims of harassment and discrimination against Goan workers at the Great Western Hospital, heard from its final witness on Friday.
IGNORANT drivers along a red light jumping hotspot were targeted by the authorities on Saturday to stem a rising tide of crashes.
A MIDDLE-AGED addict caught with heroin and crack cocaine he was selling to fund his habit has been jailed for three-and-a-half years.
A BRACE from Andy Sandell secured a comfortable 4-1 win for Chippenham Town at home to Dunstable Town.
SWINDON Supermarine manager Dave Webb saw it as a point gained rather than two points lost as his side fought back to claim a 2-2 draw at home to 10-man Banbury United.
BLASTS from her late father’s past made Saturday’s (NOV 28) Christmas Craft Fair and Coffee Morning all the more poignant for Sarah Standing.
VULNERABLE and dependent people in Swindon have been put at risk by unsafe medicine practices, poor staffing supervision and missed home visits by a town centre nursing agency.
TWO women crossing a road were hurt in a suspected hit and run last night.
TWO-GOAL hero Nicky Ajose believes Swindon Town’s lightning start was crucial to their dominant success over Chesterfield.
DEAN Saunders has been sacked as Chesterfield manager in the wake of Swindon Town’s emphatic victory at the Proact Stadium on Saturday.
ROYAL Wootton Bassett manager Paul Braithwaite was left purring over a wonder injury-time strike from Harvey Scholes to snatch all three points against struggling Bracknell Town.
With the Padstow Christmas festival just around the corner, featured chefs James Martin and Mark Hix give us an insight into their preparation for this year’s event and what we can expect from them, both at the festival and in the near…