Residents and car drivers are being warned to keep their windows shut after a huge fire on a Swindon industrial estate
An inquest into the deaths of two British service personnel who died in a suspected "green-on-blue" attack in Afghanistan will begin today.
Swindon Town manager Kevin MacDonald has left the club by mutual consent after just 14 games in charge.
Cleaners and catering staff, working for the company Carillon, at The Great Western Hospital have been balloted for industrial action, short of strike action.
The GMB union, which represents the staff in Swindon, says its over job losses and pay cuts.
The union says changes to rotas mean staff will clean wards and toilets and then serve meals whilst still wearing the same uniforms, which it says is not in the best interests of infection control.
A man from Swindon joined other victims of Thalidomide today to protest outside the German embassy in London against the company who made the drug.
They want the ambassador to help force the German company to pay them compensation.
The drug was given to pregnant women suffering from morning sickness but it led to deformities in babies.
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The Swindon Robins beat Poole 52-42 at the Abbey Stadium last night in the first leg of the play off speedway.
They'll now take a ten point lead next Monday.
Europa League champions Chelsea will visit the County Ground this evening to take on Swindon Town in the Third Round of the Capital One Cup.
Blues boss Jose Mourinho will be hoping for better luck in this cup competition, following an embarrassing home defeat to Basle in the Champions League last week.
Fellow South West side Bristol City also up against Premiership opposition tonight, up against Southampton.
Both matches kick off at 7:45pm.
Swindon's Spectrum Building which was formerly the Renault Distribution centre in the Town has been given listed building status by The Heritage Minister Ed Vaizey.
It was designed by world famous architect Sir Norman Foster with distinctive yellow steel masts and was used as a futuristic backdrop in the James Bond film A View to a Kill
Dozens of angry parents are demanding answers tonight after a chain of children's nurseries in Swindon suddenly shutdown. It follows an investigation into how a child temporarily went missing from one of them.
The council - who had planned to withdraw funding following a critical Ofsted report - is now trying to find alternative places for more than a hundred children. Richard Payne reports.
Inquest in Oxford records the two corporals were unlawfully killed while on active service in Afghanistan.
An inquest has resumed into the deaths of two British soldiers killed on foot patrol in Helmand Province.
Corporal David O'Connor, a royal marine from Havant, and Corporal Channing Day from 3 Medical regiment died in a gun battle on October 24th last year.
A third man, thought to be an off-duty Afghan policeman, was also killed in the incident.
The coroner in Oxford said the inquest would hear evidence to discover whether the deaths were caused by an insider attack.
X Factor finalist Jahmene Douglas from Swindon has been nominated for a Mobo award in the Best Newcomer category.
Soulful singer Douglas, who was stacking shelves at a Swindon Asda before finding fame on the ITV show, scored his first ever number one with cover versions album Love Never Fails knocking Robin Thicke's Blurred Lines off the top.