A FORMER Lechlade resident who beat his girlfriend black and blue before setting fire to her flat while she lay unconscious on the floor, has been jailed for four years.
THE Russian State Opera returns to Swindon's Wyvern Theatre and Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre with Madam Butterfly in February 2016.
THE Malmesbury Singers Christmas Concert “Hail Star” is in Malmesbury Abbey on Saturday, December 12 at 7.30pm and will include seasonal works by JS. Bach, J Rutter, B Chilcott & E Whitacre, as well as seasonal carols with audience…
2016 International Series Games announced and the NFL’s concussion protocols are reviewed.
CIRENCESTER'S Phoenix Force team took full advantage of playing at their home venue by winning all three of their games in round two of the Gloucestershire FA's Walking Football League held at the Cirencester Arena.
A DOMINANT scrum saw Northampton register their first Aviva Premiership win of the season at Franklin's Gardens as they defeated Gloucester 15-3 on Friday evening.
RESIDENTS in the Cotswolds were “angry and dismayed” when the decision was taken to close Northleach Hospital and Querns Maternity Unit in Cirencester, The Standard reported in September 1987.
Two innovative new initiatives hope to create lasting connections between local businesses, schools and colleges in the Swindon and Wiltshire Local Enterprise Partnership area.
THREE Cotswold care workers have been recognised for their outstanding work at a prestigious awards ceremony.
A LETTER of solidarity has been sent to the mayor of Gien, Malmesbury’s twinned town in France, on behalf of the town council, following the devastating shootings in Paris that saw 130 people die.
AT THE moment, the planners/developers are calling it ‘The strategic site south of Chesterton’.
NEWS hungry schoolchildren travelled back in time to learn about a landmark moment in British history.
WILTSHIRE Air Ambulance have formally submitted a request to move away from their home in Devizes.
A GROUND-BREAKING new project could transform Cirencester into the Silicon Valley of agriculture-technology.
CHELTENHAM Jazz Festival, which returns next April, has announced its first wave of acts.