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Do you know anyone who goes that extra mile to be environmentally friendly? Is your business or school running a ‘green’ scheme to tackle climate change? If the answer is yes, we want to hear from you. Gloucestershire County Council has teamed up with local media group Gloucestershire Media to host the 10:10 Awards. The […]

There’s just one week left for you to have your say on Gloucestershire’s next Local Transport Plan (LTP3). The public consultation into the Local Transport Plan 3 will end on October 14th and anyone who hasn’t already commented is being urged to submit their views.  At the end of 2009, we asked you what the […]

A 12-year-old boy has gone missing from his home in the Cinderford area. Police, are appealing to help locate Ibraheem Shah who was last seen at his home address in Soudley at 5pm on Wednesday. Ibraheem is described as Asian, around 5ft tall, of slight build, with short curly black hair and a London accent. […]

Vandals who damaged an 18-year-old girl’s car with an “unidentified” liquid are being sought by police.  The blue Ford Fiesta, owned by an 18-year-old girl from Gloucester, was damaged by an unknown offender between 10.30am and 6pm on Saturday, October 2 in Widden Street. Police are now appealing for anyone who witnessed the crime to […]

Linden Police Community Support Officer Asha Patel believes good progress has been made on the policing priorities for the local neighbourhood police team in the area.  Safer Community Team (SCT) officers have been tackling parking issues and anti-social behaviour in Alma Place in response to residents’ concerns. In recent weeks the team has been patrolling […]

The number of people killed or seriously injured on Gloucestershire’s roads is still decreasing year on year. Gloucestershire Road Safety Partnership has been compiling casualty and collision data for the first half of 2010. Between January and June, there were 13 fatal collisions and 69 serious injury collisions. None of the fatal accidents involved children. […]

A MAN in his 40s died and a woman was injured in an incident on the A40 last night. The inside lane of the eastbound carriageway was cordoned off due to the accidents but has since re-opened. Just after 7pm a man, believed to be in his 40s, died in a collision with a car on the […]

It’s been a record busting year for staff in the city council’s Tourist Information Centre. Since the beginning of April they have had  more than 70,000 people through the door of their offices in Southgate Street – 17,000 more than the same period last year. And several times this year the staff have coped with […]

A young city council officer is one of the best at what she does in the country. Natalie Wilder has been short-listed as ‘Young Communicator of the Year’ in the Chartered Institute of Public Relations Excellence Awards. She works as a communications officer in the award-winning communications and marketing team based at North Warehouse. Natalie’s […]

Around 1,300 job hunters went through the doors at Kingsholm Rugby Ground to learn more about opportunities in Gloucestershire on Tuesday. A jobs fair was held at the stadium and a number of employers were on hand to talk about 700 job vacancies and to offer advice. Ahmed Goga, director of Gloucester Works which staged […]

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