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: Jacky Collyer and Andy Carter

Coffee shop owners set to move on

The controversial shared space at Regent Circus

Ex-Paralympian in call to end shared space crossings

Police and Crime Commissioner Angus Macpherson

Windfall beckoning in battle over crime

A Yakovlev Yak-130, a state-of-the-art Russian combat jet, which will no longer be welcome at RIAT

Russian warplanes not invited to Royal International Air Tattoo

Leon Symonds, of no fixed abode, leaving Swindon Magistrates Court after admitting three counts of theft including £1,500 worth of artificial turf

Man facing jail over crime spree

Fred Blunt with his illustrated children’s book and a translated version

Illustrator turns author for swashbuckling yarn

Brian Morton with his 1963 Ford Capri. PICTURES: Clare Green.

Sun, food and singalongs at Stratton Festival

Yvette Cooper, Liz Kendall, host Jim Waterson, Andy Burnham and Jeremy Corbyn at Steam

Labour hopefuls go head-to-head in hustings

New West Swindon police cadets, aged from 13 to 17-years-old, pictured after they were sworn in last week. Lead PC Gary Bracey is with them, top right

Police cadets are ready to hit streets

The rise in obesity is causing difficulties for paramedics and fire crews

Obese put a heavy load on fire crews

John Meaden at Lotmead Farm

BIG INTERVIEW: Fruitful work ethic for farm manager

Lucy Carson will attempt Europe’s biggest open water swim on July 12, inspired by her father, Richard Clewloe

Swimmer takes up first big challenge

Tony Shewry with his mother Mavis, who had to wait three hours for an ambulance after she fell and hit her face on the pavemen

Blood-soaked OAP in three-hour wait for ambulance

Yvette Cooper

Labour hopefuls to do battle in town

PPS commercial director James Owen above the roof of the bus depot

Bus company shows off new rooftop solar panels

The RAF C-17 bearing the bodies of Eileen Swannack and John Welch arrives at Brize Norton this afternoon. Picture: Darren Staples/PA Wire

Heartbreak for families as Eileen Swannack and John Welch arrive at RAF Brize Norton

Aulton 'Tom' Rogers

Man, 29, faces trial over Tom Rogers stabbing

The Union flag flying at half-mast outside County Hall in Trowbridge

Wiltshire Council flies flags at half-mast in memory of Tunisia terror attack victims

The coffin of of Lisa Graham, one of the Tunisia terror attack victims, is taken from an RAF C-17 at Brize Norton

UPDATE: Minute's silence observed for victims of Tunisia beach massacre

First Great Western has warned commuters services will be significantly reduced should planned strike action go ahead next week

Travel chaos likely as rail strike looms

Twins Lilly and Tilly McHugh, mother Amanda McHugh and father Richard Mendak. Picture: ANTHONY ADKIN-WALKER

Tiny twins born at 24 weeks celebrate milestone first birthday

A call has gone out for dog lovers to take puppies for walks in the build up to them becoming guide dogs

Guide dog charity needs people to walk puppies

Philip Lawrence

Drunk and disorderly behaviour caused ‘safety fears’ for hospital staff

David Mundy

Theft of mum's car to buy kebab costs drunk man £900 in fines

Daniel Climance

Family's farewell to loving Daniel, 11

A spectacular view from the balloon as it reached its peak, making its way from Swindon to Stratford-upon-Avon

£15k balloon launched from Swindon school looks down on earth

Two men have been arrested following a police pursuit through Penhill and Abbey Meads

Two men arrested after police chase suspected stolen car through Penhill

Firefighters will have their hoses poised tomorrow when Swindon Fire Station hosts an open day to raise money for the Fire Fighters Charity and Guide Dogs for the Blind

Action-packed open day expected at town fire station

Children from schools around Swindon took part in a drama workshop at Croft Primary School

Primary school hosts literacy festival

Students Nikita McHugh, Ana Cordoso and Ruth Allmark prepare lunch. Picture: DAVE COX

VIP guests enjoy lunch with Rugby World Cup-inspired menu

The man who calls himself Paul Jones

M4 conman returns with motorists falling foul of elaborate sob story

Wiltshire Police are appealing for witnesses to a burglary at a business in north Swindon to come forward

Police plea after safe stolen from north Swindon business

Cheltenham Magistrates' Court

Students in court over rape charge

Preparing for the festival are Joe Tray, Alan Holmes, Marc Richardson, Alex Arkell, Tracy Predeth, Clive Atkins and Georgina Morgan-Denn. Picture: THOMAS KELSEY

Special beer will help get Stratton Festival off to a heady start

Simon Rhodes, of the Lobster Pot fishmongers in Wood Street Food Hall

Something fishy: Take your tastebuds to heaven with tuna

Kerdien Gerbrands

Off to market: Tomatoes are great in their natural state

Charlotte and baby Heidi Butler at a previous Swimathon event

Youngsters get set for a dip at charity Splashathon

Dave Watts

The Kings Head bids farewell to the foodie 'Holy Trinity'

Italian food that hits the spot at Il Capricorno

Italian food that hits the spot at Il Capricorno

About 110 employees from npower and its parent group RWE took part in fun runs for Macmillan, the firm’s charity partner, at Lydiard Park

Energy firm staff generate cash for cancer charity

Nationwide CEO Graham Beale at the company's HQ in Swindon

Accolade for Nationwide boss at awards ceremony

Michael Oliver was told he had to pay an extra £5 for his taxi fare to work for his wheelchair to be transported

Taxi charged extra £5 for wheelchair

Honda staff celebrate launch of the Swindon-built Civic Type R

VIDEO: Honda launches Swindon-built Civic Type R super-hot hatch

Swindon Crown Court

Child rapist, 28, appeals against 19-year jail sentence

Imogen Beckhelling, Hannah Wood and Amy Rowlands at the opening of the new H&M store. Picture: THOMAS KELSEY

VIDEO: Shoppers queue for Swindon's new H&M store

Teresa Pugh with sons Owen and Haydon, whose pet cat Phoebe died after being shot with an air gun. Picture: ANTHONY ADKIN-WALKER

Pet cat Phoebe dies after air gun shooting

Samantha Joyner keeps Isabel and Max cool. Picture: THOMAS KELSEY

VIDEO: Heatwave Swindon on a par with Rio, Mumbai and Cairo

Jamie and Anthony Gabb with travel documents for a holiday to Sousse in Tunisia which they now want to cancel. Picture: THOMAS KELSEY

Family struggles to cancel Tunisia holiday after terror attack

Eileen Swannack and partner John Welch

UPDATE: Police confirm that John Welch and Eileen Swannack died in Tunisia beach massacre

Ann and James McQuire, Lisa and William Graham, Janet and John Stocker, Trudy Jones and David Thompson. Picture: PA/Wire

More Tunisia terror attack victims flown home

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