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347 potholes fixed in Swindon in just 3 weeks
Swindon Borough Council's Highways Team have fixed 347 potholes in just three weeks.
Man in hospital after overnight stabbing
A man's been stabbed in Swindon, following an incident overnight, which police say they are still piecing together
Heatwave And World Cup Blamed For GWR Service Disruption
Great Western Railway passengers are being told to expect disruption today as there are not as many staff in work as normal, which the operator says is down to a number of reasons.
Swindon Borough Council appoints new CEO
The appointment was ratified by councillors at last night’s Full Council meeting (12 July)
Seaside paradise coming to Swindon Town Centre
Wharf Green will be transformed into an urban beach this summer, bringing a taste of the seaside to the town centre,
Temporary housing scheme to help rough sleepers during winter
Rough sleepers are to receive additional help over the winter period with the return of temporary housing scheme.
The Open: Latest leaderboard
Leaderboard updates from The 147th Open at Carnoustie. Watch live on Sky Sports The Open.
The Open: Rory McIlroy keen to break American stranglehold on majors
Rory McIlroy is determined to bring an end to the American dominance in golf, starting at The 147th Open at Carnoustie this week.
The Open: Ewen Murray assesses the contenders and Carnoustie test
Ewen Murray shares his love for Carnoustie and explains why this year's Open could be one of the best ever.
Suspected perpetrators of Skripal novichok attack identified
Police believe they have identified the suspected perpetrators of the novichok attack on former Russian double agent Sergei Skripal.
Police forces are failing hate crime victims - report
Police forces across Britain are failing victims of hate crimes, a report has found.
London Bridge terror attack heroes among those receiving gallantry awards
A Spanish banker who died whilst confronting armed terrorists during last year's London Bridge terror attack is among those who have been honoured for their courage by the Queen.
Sir Cliff Richard wins £210,000 damages from BBC
Sir Cliff Richard has won £210,000 in damages in a privacy battle with the BBC.
A win for Sir Cliff, but is media freedom the ultimate loser?
This is the first time a court has had to decide whether a person under investigation by the police has a reasonable expectation of privacy.