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From 'Gazette Series':

A CUB scout group from Thornbury has revived Bob-a-job week to help raise funds for a community in Uganda.


Perry Bishop and Chambers collecting donations for Foodbank during Advent


New year moves: Act now to get ahead of the competition


Snow is falling across the region.


Homeowners are being urged to ensure their properties are storm-proof as the winter season approaches.


TRAFFIC is beginning to build up heading into Bristol, Gloucester and Cheltenham this morning.


TODAY will be bitterly cold and windy day with scattered snow and sleet expected.


THE library in Thornbury is to be relocated despite opposition to the move after councillors voted unanimously in favour of the proposal.


The following planning applications were registered with South Gloucestershire Council between 27.11.17 and 3.12.17.


The BBC’s Local News Partnerships have taken a key step towards the creation of a pool of local democracy reporters to cover council and public meetings across the UK.


OFFICERS raid home of men suspected of supplying illegal tobacco across Gloucestershire.


SKYWATCHERS were treated to a fantastic show last night when the sky was illuminated by a so-called supermoon.


GLOUCESTERSHIRE’S Joint Waste Team is encouraging residents to enjoy a greener Christmas by reducing, reusing and recycling their waste in the run up to the big day. 


LIBERAL Democrats in Gloucestershire have raised concerns over the rising number of recorded hate crimes in the county and are asking what is being done to tackle them.


GLOUCESTERSHIRE County Council has issued advice about how residents in the county reduce the risk of flooding this winter.




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