LiveLIVE NEWS: 09/06/14

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Swindon Advertiser: Bistro Les Chats

Don't forget to check out our LIST of top 20 restaurants in Swindon.


Swindon Advertiser:

Has anyone seen Khaleesi the kitten? Missing from the Croft Road area since last Sunday.




The M4 carriageway has now fully reopened.


All lanes of the M4 have now reopened following this morning's crash.


Just one lane westbound remains closed on the M4, following this morning's crash. The latest update can be found here.


Swindon Advertiser: This bus tour mystery will be just the ticket

See what GRAHAM CARTER has to say for himself in his latest column.


Swindon Advertiser: Magic man - Paul Daniels

The new Wyvern Theatre and Arts Centre programme for Autumn/Winter 2014 has just landed on our desks. Some of those set to take to the stage include Paul Daniels and Debbie McGee, Chris Ramsey, Des O'Connor and Ross Noble.



Latest updates on the M4 situation can be found here.




Swindon Advertiser: Stephen Lee has been found guilty of fixing snooker matches

Snooker player Stephen Lee appeared at Swindon Magistrates Court this morning, where he pleaded guilty to fraud. He agreed to sell his cue to a fan in Hong Kong but never sent it. 

In total, he must pay £1,820, including £1,600 in compensation to the victim. More to follow.



Swindon Advertiser: Jade Goody’s high-profile battle with cervical cancer has boosted cancer screening
Fewer women in Swindon are taking up the offer of a cervical screening test, new figures warn as it is feared the 'Jade Good effect' is wearing off.




Swindon Advertiser:

Here's today's front page.

To read the story about shocking new statistics on cervical cancer screening, click here.

And to read the food bank story, click here.


A double fatal near Junction 17 Chippenham has closed the M4 this morning. Drivers should seek an alternative route. 

More information here.


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