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Trinder caps his autumn off with a new deal with the Cherry and Whites after call-up to England squad

Turn off your living-room light from the office? You can in Swindon ...

Wiltshire town stakes claim to be Britain's most advanced with wi-fi plan

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School delayed hammer attack inquiry over fears of liability

Insurers advised against co-operation with serious case review until after victim completed damages claim

All that Jazz - Honda unveils UK model

The first British-built Honda Jazz will roll off the new production line in Swindon.

How a cargo of rubbish became a crime scene that shames Britain

Cahal Milmo joins investigators examining a consignment of domestic waste illegally exported as recyclable plastic

PC and support officer on drugs charges

A police constable and a police community support officer have been charged with drugs offences, their force said today.

Finders must pay back lottery winnings





A couple who found a winning lottery ticket and cashed it in have been ordered by a court today to pay back half of the prize money to the woman who bought it.

Arrests over waste exports

Three men have been arrested in connection with the alleged export of 99 shipping containers of illegal waste from the United Kingdom to Brazil.

Hazardous waste from UK 'dumped in Brazilian port'

'Brazil is not a big rubbish dump,' say authorities

Borders shuts flagship store

Borders UK has strongly denied it is suffering disrupted supplies to stores from suppliers having credit insurance scaled back.

Borders pledges to help staff hit by the closure of five shops

Borders UK, the bookshop chain, is closing down five of its biggest stores including the Oxford Street, London branch, because of tough trading.

Woman, 71, 'raped by man, 27, at knifepoint'

A pensioner was subjected to a knifepoint rape by a man nearly 50 years her junior as she walked her two dogs, a jury heard today.

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I could tell you about Cannes – the Cannes Advertising Festival. But really most of London’s adland seems barely to have noticed that this is Cannes week.

Tranmere sack manager Moore

Tranmere have sacked manager Ronnie Moore in the wake of the club's failure to reach the Coca-Cola League One play-offs.

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