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LIVE NEWS: 26/06/2014
Updated 5:12pm Thursday 26th June 2014 in Live News
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@swindonadver Great to see passion about the arts in Swindon & in response to para 5 - Artists: Come & practice here! http://t.co/YmWVxYcTNf— @SwindonDance 26 June 2014
Lewis Bridger is the man to come in for Michael Jepsen Jensen tonight, who was ruled out earlier today http://t.co/QdN3AsCdnY— @AndyWarren_ 26 June 2014
Ashton Road reopened at 2.45pm after motorcyclist suffered serious head and chest injuries. Airlifted to Southmead http://t.co/rHzZVgsWFE— @DominicGilbert 26 June 2014
Despite some reports, no-one at the council has ever said the leisure and golf lease will save £5 million a year.— @Michael_Benke 26 June 2014
Here's the weather forecast for the next seven days. Looks like it's set to be another wet Glastonbury this year with showers expected until Monday.
Residents in Cobden Road are living in fear after their cars were targeted by vandals twice in the space of two weeks. Full story here.
There is heavy traffic on the A433 between the Tetbury Road and Oxleaze Road. Emergency services are attempting to assist two lorries that have attempted to go beneath the railway bridge, near the Thames Head.
Here's the latest on the STFC ownership case at the High Court today.
The High Court judge in Swindon Town FC ownership case will deliver a short judgement later today and a fuller judgement next week.
This car ploughed off the M4 and through a fence which was preventing livestock getting on to the motorway on Tuesday. Police officers from Royal Wootton Bassett attended the scene. The fence has now been secured.
Children from Goddard Park Primary School donned historical hats this morning, to commemorate 100 years since the Great War started.
The event, at Wharf Green, was part of a host of activities in Swindon's Great War Initiative, made possible by a £10,000 grant recently secured from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Morris out of Coventry meeting, Grajczonek in http://t.co/zXRccGJqcJ— @AndyWarren_ 26 June 2014
Latest on the crash in Ashton Keynes here.
Fraudster Christopher Baines of Mr Woodz furniture store may be deported back to Swindon. For the latest on the court case, which was heard in America, click here.
Ashton Road, south of Ashton Keynes, is closed due to a collision. Emergency services are at the scene. Drivers should seek an alternative route.
Swindon Libraries new Malayalan book collection will be launched at the Central Library this afternoon.
What do you think of the new road layout at Regent Circus? There's several unhappy people, according to this report.
Away from the courtroom, Swindon Town's home fixture with MK Dons next season has been moved to Good Friday, April 3, kick-off 3pm.
Sick leave remained low at the Great Western Hospital compared to the rest of the UK, with about 213 staff recorded to have missed work each month last year. Full story here.
Live blogging the Power v McCrory High Court case today. Expecting a conclusion. See it all unfold here. #STFCcourt http://t.co/yKkjKLtnev— @SwindonAdverWeb 26 June 2014
Pedestrians dodge moving traffic at new Regent Circus crossing http://t.co/5mgyGWFQcF @swindonadver @DominicGilbert— @EAMackley 26 June 2014
Even cuddling my little girl causes pain (From Swindon Advertiser) http://t.co/5g5RS5tT3l @swindonadver @NRAS_UK— @emmadunnn 26 June 2014
Here's our front page today - the wrangle over who owns Swindon Town is aired in court. We bring you a report from the first day's proceedings here.
The roads appear to be busy but moving and incident-free. Check for the latest here and if you know of any delays contact the newsdesk on 01793 501806.
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