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This is what we want from Brexit talks, say 400 businesses

Hundreds of businesses have contributed to a new study about the most important issues that need raising during the UK's Brexit negotiations.

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Fantastic crafts and delicious food at Orchard Street Market, Gloucester Quays March 4-5

Lovers of fine food and unique artisan products are in for a treat when the Orchard Street Food and Craft Market returns to Gloucester Quays this weekend.

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'Apprenticeship funding to be the big business change of 2017'

A new Gloucestershire company is urging businesses to embrace the new Apprenticeship Levy rather than resist it.

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Free drop in clinics with expert accountants and tax advisers

Hazlewoods, the Gloucestershire-based accountants and business advisers, will be hosting free drop in clinics and lunch at 131 Promenade, Cheltenham on 23 March, from 12.30pm to 2.30pm.

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City listed as one of the least affordable places in UK

A new report says Gloucester is one the least affordable cities in which to live in the country.

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Housing project is now under way

Work has started on a new scheme to build more homes in the Forest of Dean in a bid to tackle the housing crisis.

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David Samuel acquires prominent Gloucester office scheme

Ley Court, a multi-let office development on Barnwood Business Park in Gloucester, has been bought by Manchester-based David Samuel Properties.

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Housebuilder pays penalty for continuing to exceed operating times

For the second time in six months, Cotswold District Council has taken Redrow Homes Ltd to court after they failed to comply with planning requirements at the Mallards development near South Cerney.

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'Schools struggle to prepare students for technical careers'

SGS Berkeley Green University Technical College has today responded to a new report highlighting the conflict between subjects taught at school and the world of work.

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Junction will be closed for resurfacing work

One of the main road junctions in Cheltenham is set to undergo improvements.

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Transformation of iconic building moves step forward

The tender process has started for work to redevelop Cheltenham Town Hall after the announcement that funding has been released for a detailed feasibility study.

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Expansion plan is just the tonic for family-run drinks business

A distillery run by four enterprising siblings aged under 25 has moved into its first dedicated premises to meet rising demand.

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Help to plan your journeys: list of roadworks is released

Highways England has released information about current and planned roadworks taking place across Gloucestershire.

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Car park is open again

Cotswold District Council has confirmed that the Beeches car park in Cirencester will reopen today following essential work.

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Workplace equality could boost economy by £24billion

The eradication of racial inequality in the workplace could benefit the UK economy by up to £24billion a year, according to a new report.

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Free-range eggs hit by bird flu measures

Emergency bird flu measures have led to millions of UK eggs losing their free range status.

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Good times roll for High Street baker

One of the UK's best-known bakers has today announced an increase in annual sales and profits following "significant investment".

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Students enjoy taste of the world of work

Ever wondered what it is like to work in fundraising? Students have been finding out thanks to the support of a Gloucestershire charity.

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New city homes plan at centre of political row

A Liberal Democrat move to halt a major new homes development in Gloucester has been attacked by Tory opponents as a "pre-election stunt."

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County firms help lead UK's export drive

Two Gloucestershire firms are listed amongst the country's SMEs with the fastest-growing overseas sales.

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Changes to food labels could save UK homes £1 billion a year - NEW COMMENT

People are being encouraged to bin perfectly good food because of potentially misleading "use by dates" according to the Government resources group Wrap.

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Senior appointments at Prima Dental drive further growth

Leading Gloucestershire manufacturer Prima Dental has made two senior appointments at its UK base in Gloucester to help drive further expansion.

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New Stroud tourism video is a big hit

We all know that the Stroud district is a great place in which to live and work.

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Famous old boy returns to open school's new theatre

A new £3.3million theatre complex, the Griffin Centre at Rendcomb College, near Cirencester, was officially opened by special guest and former pupil, Jonathan Suffolk, the National Theatre's technical director.

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Hundreds of roles face axe in managerial shake-up

Nearly 2,000 deputy managers are set to lose their jobs at one of the UK's biggest supermarkets, according to reports.

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News group enjoys rise in profits as circulation falls and jobs go

A major media organisation has today reported an increase in profits of more than 25 per cent in its annual results.

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Too many businesses are facing unsustainable and unaffordable rates rises warns FSB

A significant proportion of small businesses across Britain are preparing to reduce investment and staff costs once business rates rise next month, according to a new survey.

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Why size matters as The Bigger Printing Company continues to make a huge impression

Even in these days of digital advances, there are clear signs just about everywhere showing why printed products are here to stay - just ask The Bigger Printing Company.

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Major announcement by GFirst LEP over plans to improve services to businesses

GFirst LEP's plans to create a network of growth hubs took a significant step forward today when it announced the names of two new key suppliers.

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Ted Baker reveals new outlet plans at Gloucester Quays

Global lifestyle brand Ted Baker has revealed it will open a new outlet store at Lifestyle Outlets' Gloucester Quays later this year.

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Council approves budget for the year ahead

Forest of Dean District Council has set its budget for 2017/18.

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Free car parking expected to be winner in race week

Free parking will be available during race week in Cheltenham.

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Unplug your tumble dryer, warns manufacturer

Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service has today urged residents to take notice of the new safety advice from Whirlpool following a number of tumble dryer fires.

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£1.5million grant available for tourism businesses in rural Gloucestershire

A new £1.5million capital grant to grow businesses and create jobs within the tourism sector in rural Gloucestershire has been launched.

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Well-known retailer looking to get even bigger in Gloucestershire - NEW COMMENT

A discount supermarket has served further notice of its plans to expand in Gloucestershire and provide jobs.

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My work experience week at Moose Marketing

This last week, instead of hopping on a bus to get to school, I have joined the many daily commuters, and have been spending a week in work experience with Moose Marketing and PR, publishers of Punchline.

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Newspapers struggling with continued circulation decline - NEW COMMENT

The latest circulation figures for regional newspapers make grim reading for everyone who wants the local press to succeed.

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New homes get green light in Stroud

Plans have been approved to give a major makeover to a canal-side area near Stroud railway station.

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'Managers should lead by example on Work Your Proper Hours Day' - NEW COMMENT

UK workers gave their employers £33.6billion of free labour last year by doing unpaid overtime, according to new research.

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Over £100million secured for Gloucestershire through GFirst LEP

Further investment is set to be poured into Gloucestershire, as GFirst LEP heard today that they have secured £29.13million in the third round of Growth Deal funding, taking the total to over £100million.

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New Cheltenham restaurant creates 35 jobs

A new restaurant, which describes itself as quirky, eccentric and playful, will open at Cheltenham's Brewery Quarter on Tuesday February 28.

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