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From 'Gazette Series':

LOOKING back on some of the stories the Gazette has reported through the years...


A DRY and bright start to the day, however the afternoon is set to be dull and cloudy with heavy rain moving in from the west.


THORNBURY’S mayor joined volunteers to fly the flag of friendship during a visit to towns in Uganda this month.


THOSE heading out this afternoon should be aware of an accident between the Almondsbury interchange and Bristol.s


LOOKING back on some of the stories the Gazette has reported through the years...


DOZENS of medical examinations conducted by a former police doctor fell below acceptable standards, according to the findings from an independent report.


WITH HUNDREDS of new homes on Thornbury’s doorstep in the form of large prospective developments, the town is on the verge of mass expansion.


IT will be a dry but dull morning for those in South Gloucestershire and Gloucestershire today. 


A MAN has reportedly taken his own life, after his body was discovered in Thornbury yesterday.


TRADE apprentices in Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire have the chance to win a £10,000 prize containing everything they need to set up their own business.


FIVE stolen sheep have now been returned to their owner after they were stolen from Almondsbury on Thursday, February 16.


CHILDREN in Thornbury are being given the chance to win Easter eggs as part of a special treasure hunt for this year’s Fairtrade Fortnight.


THE following list of roadworks will take place between Monday, February 27 and Sunday, March 5:


A MAJOR department store with a base at Cribbs Causeway announced yesterday that it is axing nearly 400 jobs.


A TWO-year fundraising campaign by Airbus staff in South Gloucestershire has raised an incredible £192,000 for people with terminal and life limiting illnesses.




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