Trowbridge boxer Nick Blackwell has slammed the Eubank family for giving a press conference as he was in a coma after the fight.Read the full story ›
A group of volunteers in London is conducting an experiment to find out just how the ancient monument came aboutRead the full story ›
A vintage train valued at more than £100,000 has been completely destroyed after a fire in Wiltshire after a fire yesterday.
The diesel engine, owned by Swindon and Cricklade Railway had been restored by volunteers earlier this year. Three box wagons containing electrical equipment were also destroyed. It's not yet known what caused the fire.
This weekend is good for indoor work. It's going to be wet on many occasions, especially through tomorrow with highs of just 14 C.Read the full story ›
The mother of a little girl with a rare condition is calling on people to be more accepting of people with facial disfigurements.Read the full story ›
A 60-year-old man has admitted raping, indecently assaulting and imprisoning a young woman in her Swindon home in 1987 - almost 30 years ago.
David Mears, from Plymouth, pleaded guilty to all three charges at Swindon Crown Court.
The case has been adjourned for psychiatric reports and sentencing is due to take place on Friday 8 July 2016 at Swindon Crown Court.
On Wednesday 12 August 1987 David Mears broke into a property in Swindon and carried out a vicious sexual assault on a 16 year old woman. An investigation was launched at the time but no one was convicted.
Detective Inspector Power explained that as part of a review of cold cases, new evidence was discovered through modern forensic methods.
He added that Wiltshire Police is prioritising the victim's welfare and is ensuring she is provided with specialist support.