COURT: A grocer’s shop in Manchester Road is facing 10 charges of breaching food hygiene regulations. 
A representative of the 9 O’clock Shop is expected to appear before Swindon magistrates on July 17 to answer allegations surfaces were encrusted with dirt and grease, counters were repaired with duct tape, it failed to protect against contamination and did not ensure food storage was pest proof.
The firm is accused of not complying with hygiene improvement notices.
Amanullah Adil of Beatrice Street faces the same 10 allegations. He has been remanded on unconditional bail until the hearing.

COURT: Failing to ensure he had a rail ticket when he was stopped at Swindon station on March 21 cost Levy Graham more than £650. 
The 33-year-old of Dover Street, Chippenham, was fined £440 by the town’s magistrates and ordered to pay £8.30 compensation to Great Western Railway for the ticket. A contribution of £44 towards victim services and prosecution costs of £160 were added to his bill after the case eas proved in his absence.

COURT: A mother of a Swindon primary school child to failed to ensure her daughter attended lessons regularly between November 11 and January 23 was given a curfew by magistrates as part of a community order.
The woman was ordered to stay in her home daily between 8pm and 6am for four weeks. She admitted the allegation and was ordered to pay costs of £175 and another £85 towards victim services.