New disability minister’s challenge

What are the responsibilities of Mark Harper, MP for the Forest of Dean, new Minister of State for Disabled People?
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GOLF: Debbie and Sam take the Cirencester Captain’s Day honours

SAM MITCHELL and Debbie Organ, with 47 stableford points, were the narrow winners of the Captain's Day competition at Cirencester Golf Club hosted by Mark Woodhead.
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TABLE TENNIS: Swindon Hots Shots crowned Cirencester’s Summer League champions

SWINDON HOT SHOTS, who boasted three of the top four players, were comfortable winners of the Cirencester Table Tennis Summer League's top division.
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VIDEO: Dolphin filmed in the River Severn

Experts say dolphin will find its way back to sea
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Vulnerable woman missing in Gloucestershire

POLICE have tonight issued an urgent appeal to trace a vulnerable missing Gloucestershire woman.
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Vulnerable woman missing in Gloucestershire

POLICE have tonight issued an urgent appeal to trace a vulnerable missing Gloucestershire woman.
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Have your say about fracking

STROUD District Green Party says there is too little public awareness of a fracking consultation currently being run by the government.
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CRICKET: Biddestone’s Dwaine Perry hampers Lechlade title push

LECHLADE lost a nail-biting encounter at Biddestone on Saturday by four runs and had their lead in the Glos/Wilts title race cut to just 11 points.
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Cricket: Warren and Driver-Dickerson lead Frampton to victory

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July 28, 2014

Gloucestershire County Cricket League Division One
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BOWLS: Lee Williamson gains revenge over Keith Hinder in county singles title

THE blue riband event of bowls, the County Singles Final held at Olveston Bowls Club, saw a cracking final lasting two hours that swayed both ways before last year's runner-up Lee Williamson (Cheltenham) gained revenge over 2013 champion Keith Hinde...
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Top 5 tips to secure your home during your summer holiday

DON'T let the excitement of a well-deserved holiday blind you to the risks of leaving your home unprotected.
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Witness appeal following Malvern attack

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July 28, 2014

POLICE are appealing for witnesses to an incident in Malvern last month in which a man was asked for money and pushed to the ground.
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Play based on F W Harvey’s unpublished war novel to be staged at…

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July 28, 2014
Play based on F W Harvey’s unpublished war novel to be staged at…

FOR someone who has gone beyond panic, Paul Milton has been both remarkably calm and patient and also very giving with his time. Paul is the creative director of the Everyman Theatre. That means he is responsible for programming and putting on all the...
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‘Jealous’ Danny Spencer strangled his ex-wife Jane Wiggett, court…

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July 28, 2014
‘Jealous’ Danny Spencer strangled his ex-wife Jane Wiggett, court…

A "jealous" husband strangled his ex wife and told her friends and relatives she had gone on holiday to buy himself some time, a court heard on Monday. Danny Spencer, 59, killed his former spouse, Jane Wiggett, 57, sometime between Monday, July 22 and the day her body was found on August 16 last year,...
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Nature lovers gather for country’s largest gathering of Druids

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July 28, 2014
Nature lovers gather for country’s largest gathering of Druids

NATURE lovers descended on fields on Severnside for what is said to be the country's largest gathering of druids. Druid Camp 2014 welcomed all-comers to the event which helped people "explore the native spirituality" of land. Held every year, the camp...
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ATHLETICS: Fine effort by the RSE team in the Adidas 24-hour Thunder Run

Running Somewhere Else
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Gloucestershire at "low risk" of fracking despite…

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July 28, 2014
Gloucestershire at "low risk" of fracking despite…

ANTI-fracking campaigners have been reassured that there is only a "low risk" drilling could be brought to Gloucestershire after the Government opened bidding on land in the county. Firms were invited to bid for onshore oil and gas licenses on land cov...
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Appeal with 60 cats in desperate need of new home

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July 28, 2014
Appeal with 60 cats in desperate need of new home

STROUD Cats' Protection has set another record – but it is not one to celebrate. The charity is at bursting point with 60 cats in desperate need of loving families to rehome them. Volunteers say there is a growing list of animals waiting to com...
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CRICKET: Townsend and Clark pile on the runs for Fairford

ON a gloriously sunny afternoon at the picturesque Hawkesbury Upton ground, free-scoring Fairford recorded a 67-run victory.
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Worcester nurse to speak at international cancer conference

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July 28, 2014

A NURSE leading cancer services in Worcestershire has been picked to speak at an international conference in the USA looking at how treatment for the condition can be made more comfortable.
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Charity campaigner ‘honoured’ by award

THE man who launched the UK’s meningitis movement after losing his baby to the disease is 'honoured' to receive an honorary degree from the University of Bristol.
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