LiveLIVE NEWS: 19/08/14

First published in Live News
Last updated

Enable automatic updates every minute? YES NO

5:08pm

That's it from LIVE NEWS today. We'll be back in the morning. The website will be updated throughout the evening with any breaking news stories.

4:14pm

The A4361 at Wroughton is currently partially blocked due to a two vehicle crash. More information to follow. 

 

4:14pm

2:47pm

Homes without electric in Eastcott Hill. Situation likely to last all day. More information here. 

2:11pm

Here's the full story on the train fares.

1:47pm

New year train fares are due to jump yet again with a 3.5 per cent price hike announced today with the most recent inflation figures.

More to follow.

12:42pm

12:20pm

11:39am

11:08am

Did you witness a lone male being assaulted by three men outside the Mailcoach pub on August 16? Witness appeal here.

11:04am

Wiltshire Police are appealing for witnesses following an assault outside the Mailcoach, at approximately 1.20am on August 16. More to follow.

10:51am

Swindon Advertiser: Halstead: Hundreds sign petition opposing solar farms

Minister for Civil Society, Brooks Newmark, is in Swindon today. He has visited Involve Swindon this morning and is due to meet National Citizen Service students at 11.30am.

10:43am

Men banned from keeping fish following drunken Neknomination challenge.

10:15am

9:57am

9:02am

First Great Western is running a limited peak service between Swindon and Gloucester from today until Friday. Buses run Swindon-Stonehouse, adding 50 minutes to journeys. And buses will replace most trains via Swindon at the weekend. More here.

8:49am

Good morning and welcome to LIVE NEWS, bringing you breaking news and links to stories throughout the website during the day.

Comments

Comments are closed on this article.

Send us your news, pictures and videos

Most read stories

Local Info

Enter your postcode, town or place name

About cookies

We want you to enjoy your visit to our website. That's why we use cookies to enhance your experience. By staying on our website you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more about the cookies we use.

I agree