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Major works planned for one of Swindon's busiest roads

Coun Keith Williams on Akers Way. Picture by Thomas Kelsey

MAJOR road works on one of Swindon’s busiest roads will begin in April and last until August.

12:31am Tuesday 21 March 2017

Communities turn out in force to tidy the town

A team of volunteers from Nationwide in Eldene

1:21pm Monday 20 March 2017

Huge pile of rubbish dumped in Swindon town centre overnight

Rubbish left in Wharf Green to raise awareness about the cost of flytipping. Picture: Thomas Kelsey

MORE than a tonne of rubbish has been dumped in the heart of Swindon town centre overnight.

7:48am Monday 20 March 2017

M4 junction upgrade on course for completion

Project manager Tim Mann, Keith Williams and Jason Humm, head of highways and transport, at junction 16 of the M4. Picture by Dave Cox

THE multi-million pound project to improve junction 16 on the M4 is well and truly under way and is expected to be completed by the spring of 2018, as originally planned.

2:32pm Friday 10 March 2017

ELEANOR JOAN WILLIAMS

WILLIAMS Eleanor Joan (Joan) Joan passed away peacefully at the RUH Bath on 17th February 2017 aged 89. She will be greatly missed by family and friends, Mother to Nancy and Keith, Grandmother to Sarah, Lucy, Luke, Ben, Matthew and Great Grandmother…

8:51am Monday 6 March 2017

England a win away from Six Nations glory as Wales beat Ireland

England a win away from Six Nations glory as Wales beat Ireland

Ireland needed victory to set up a potential title decider against England in Dublin next week.

6:42am Saturday 11 March 2017

BOWLS: Westlecot’s Katy shines to rule the British Isles

BOWLS: Westlecot’s Katy shines to rule the British Isles

KATY Smith is celebrating a slice of national glory after becoming the British Isles U25s singles champion in midweek.

5:30am Saturday 18 March 2017

The Six Nations Championship in numbers

The Six Nations Championship in numbers

It wasn’t always about the scoreboard when the Big Six faced each other.

8:13pm Saturday 18 March 2017

Change of course on street lights as people power pays off

Stratton parish councillor Barrie Jennings who has secured a council rethink.

PRESSURE from residents and councillors has led the council to think again over plans to turn street lights off between midnight and 5am.

5:59pm Thursday 26 January 2017

Thamesdown Drive extension blow as funding bid rejected

Thamesdown Drive extension plans have been dealt a blow. Picture: Dave Cox

PLANS for a Thamesdown Drive extension have been dealt a heavy blow after a funding bid to the government proved unsuccessful.

5:01pm Sunday 8 January 2017
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