It was worn by the "King of Rock and Roll" in 1972 and was damaged when somebody trod on it.
Swindon's Great Western Railway medical fund was the blueprint behind Nye Bevan setting up the NHS.
Emile Cilliers tried to kill his wife Victoria by tampering with her parachutes before a jump.
Frank Lampard's first cup game as Derby manager will be away to Oldham Athletic in the first round of the Carabao Cup.
The Goods were the world's first surviving quads to be born by caesarean section.
Lady Mary Chubb's fortune was used by her husband Sir Cecil to buy the ancient monument.
Yoga students have kick-started celebrations for International Yoga Day at the iconic British landmark.
The case, funded by members of the public, sought to halt Brexit negotiations.
The class in Swindon where babies and fathers gather to dance.
New evidence suggests one supposed victim of the Nazis was in fact another man, who survived the war.
Menna Fitzpatrick won Britain's only gold medal at the 2018 Winter Paralympics in Pyeongchang.
Banned snooker player Stephen Lee has avoided prison despite admitting to working illegally in Hong Kong.
There were a high number of vacancies at Swindon's Prospect Hospice, a watchdog says.
The company has been ordered to pay the amount by regulators for "failing customers".
Up to 6,000 jobs will be affected by the closures, which aim to secure the retailer's future.
Swindon Town player-coach Matt Taylor signs a new 12-month contract with the League Two club.
Police said Paul Mills died last year from epilepsy, which was caused by an attack in 2006.
A couple who were stopped for driving without insurance agreed to marry while in the police car.
A letter to residents about upcoming roadworks included an abusive reference to "Tom Wysocki".
The club wants to develop the Twelve Oaks Golf Club in Highworth into a new 26,000 sq ft (2,400 sq m) complex.