The leader of the Labour Party attended events in Bristol, Filton and Swindon, where he continued his attack on the government over the NHS.Read the full story ›
The 10th Swindon and Wiltshire Pride event is taking place in the Town Gardens. It's 50 years since the decriminalisation of homosexuality.Read the full story ›
There's a boost for the 850 BMW workers in Swindon today. They are going to build the panels for a new all-electric Mini.Read the full story ›
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The M4 is blocked in both directions between Chippenham and Swindon.
A vehicle is on fire - the smoke has caused traffic to be halted as a safety measure.
Emergency services are on the scene.
Workers at car giant BMW, which has a plant in Swindon, have voted overwhelmingly to accept a revised offer over the closure of their final salary pension scheme, ending the threat of more strikes.
Members of Unite, who make the Mini and Rolls-Royce cars, backed the offer by 81.5%. The workers took part in a series of strikes and had threatened more industrial action.
Wiltshire Police has arrested three Romanian women for brothel offences.
They are being held in custody at Gablecross police station. They are due to be transferred to an immigration centre and then deported back to Romania.
Two warrants were executed on June 29 at a property on Valleyside and a property on Stafford Street.
Three Romanian women were at the address on Valleyside along with a Romanian man - all three women had been advertising sex work on-line.
The women were spoken to and no offences of trafficking or coercion were disclosed.
Two of the three women had been visited by Wiltshire Police's HEET (Human Exploitation and Emerging Threats) team in April 2017 and given warnings about operating a brothel, despite this, the sex work continued.
At the address on Stafford Street, one Romanian woman sex worker was present who had also been spoken to in April 2017.
She was served paperwork by immigration enforcement officers stating she must find legitimate work in the next 30 days.
A centre for people with brain injuries and mental health needs in Swindon is to close due to "pressures and changes within the NHS".
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust said it had made the "difficult decision" to shut Chalkdown House after "significant financial losses" caused by falling admissions and difficulties in recruiting staff.
39 people are at risk of redundancy.
Five people are currently being treated at the centre and will be moved to be treated elsewhere.
This is a sensitive time for everyone involved - for the people at the centre, their families and for the affected staff but we genuinely feel that this is the right decision.
The Trust will provide all the advice and support we can over the coming months.
Wiltshire Police have released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to in connection with an incident of theft and fraud.
At approximately 8.30pm on May 12, a man left his bank card in the self-service check-outs in Morrisons, Eldene.
He noticed within 10 minutes and informed the card company.
However it had already been used fraudulently for two separate transactions to purchase items at Morrisons and McColls.
A man has been charged following an incident in Charlotte Square in Trowbridge, during the early hours of Saturday morning.
Tyrone Triggs, 36, from Bradford-on-Avon, has been charged with section 18 GBH and possession of a bladed article in a public place.
He has been remanded in custody and is due to appear at Swindon Magistrates Court on 12 June 2017.