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MOTHERS were lining up to have their babies' pictures taken at West Swindon Shopping Centre yesterday as the Adver launched its annual Baby of the Year competition.
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Earlier this month it was revealed the council is considering closing seven centres in a bid to save almost A 800,000.
A MAN began dealing cocaine to pay compensation to a man he attacked in a drunken assault said it was 'worth the risk'.
Contact: Andrea Rhodes, +44 118-952-1428 SWINDON, England, July 28, 2014 / Christian Newswire / -- 100 years ago, on 28 July 1914, the first shots of World War I were fired.
THE Railway Works was at the forefront of Swindon's war from first to last. Its hooter had long regulated the working lives of some 10,000 Swindonians and been a communal alarm clock for thousands more, but on Tuesday, August 4, 1914, at 7.40pm precisely, it sounded in a way that stopped people in their tracks.
Soldiers drafted in to work on the Golden Lion bridge area in Swindon town centre.
Reade and Rose Ellis both emerged victorious from the quarter and semi-finals of the county ladies singles, held at Bradford, and will meet in the singles final at Westlecot today, as well as representing Wiltshire at Royal Leamington Spa in the National Championships next month.
A WEDDING guest drowned in a river at Bibury after an argument with her lesbian lover over whether their hotel bedroom window should be open or shut, an inquest heard this week.
A SWINDON family has received A 95,000 in compensation from British Rail following the death of a former labourer who was exposed to asbestos more than 50 years ago.
AN ice cream vendor claims he was beaten up by a rival in a turf wars incident in West Swindon .
EASTCOTT Community Organisation is celebrating a fresh look for Savernake Street Social Hall this week, after a team from the Midcounties Co-operative have revamped the centre.
Swindon-based OATS, the pioneering data supplier to the global lubricants industry, is celebrating a double milestone this year with chairman Sebastian Crawshaw chalking up his 20th year in post and the business itself observing its 30th anniversary.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 06:09 am
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