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Gloucestershire Business News

'Why inclusive employment is better for business'

A business event in Gloucestershire tomorrow will highlight the benefits of employing and retaining a diverse workforce.

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Millions may have to work longer before pension pay-out

The age when people qualify for the state pension could be raised to 70.

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Rate relief is granted by council

Cotswold District Council has announced that more than 60 village and community halls and village shops will be exempted from rates for at least the next three years.

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Canal restoration set for big cash boost

A thirty six mile long waterway linking England's two great rivers, the Severn and the Thames, is in line for a £700,000 investment from Gloucestershire County Council

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Work under way to restore important venues to former glory

Two historic buildings in Gloucester are being renovated as part of a continuing drive to boost tourism in the city.

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New £7.5million transport hub set to reach important milestone

A major announcement has been made today over a multi-million pound redevelopment project in Gloucestershire.

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Revealed: what businesses want from Brexit

New research from the Federation of Small Businesses has revealed the trade deals that its members want to see struck first when the UK leaves the European Union.

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VIDEO: Protesters call for incinerator to be cancelled - in a song

Demonstrators sang a protest song calling for the controversial incinerator near Gloucester to be scrapped this morning.

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Commuter route will be shut for 10 days

An important traffic route will be closed for 10 days to allow road improvements to be carried out.

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Punchline magazine is ready to help your business grow in 2017

The latest bumper edition of Punchline magazine with over 100 pages of dedicated Gloucestershire business news and views is coming out in April.

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MP demands action to end pub site wrangle

Gloucester MP Richard Graham has told Morrisons and pub company Trust Inns to sort out the future of the long-closed Ridge & Furrow site.

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New cyber centre is "digital envy of the world"

Cheltenham MP Alex Chalk welcomed the Digital Minister Matt Hancock to see the cutting edge work taking place at the town's new Cyber Accelerator.

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Which company has won top spot in new Citizens Advice ratings system?

A green energy company from Gloucestershire has been voted number one in a new survey.

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Plans lodged to redevelop pub site

Yet another former pub in Gloucestershire could be turned into homes.

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Warning: improvement work will lead to road closures

Road closures to allow resurfacing work to take place on routes near Cheltenham have been announced.

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'Why didn't we receive funding for railway station?'

Councillors are demanding answers as to why a multi-million pound scheme to improve access to Gloucester railway station failed.

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Illegal waste collector caught bragging on social media

Three more fixed penalty notices have been issued by Gloucester City Council in its continued crackdown on fly-tipping and waste offences.

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New workspaces at Agritech Hub will help boost technological progress in UK farming

The agritech innovation and incubation hub, Farm491 is opening five new practical workspaces at its site at Harnhill, Cirencester, in April.

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FSB reinvents itself with biggest membership changes in 40-year history

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) is introducing the most sweeping changes to its membership since it was founded in 1974.

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Who are the world's richest people?

Forbes magazine has released a list of the world's wealthiest people.

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Bureaucracy is a barrier to forest creation, MPs warn

A scheme aimed at supporting forests and woodlands in England is "not fit for purpose".

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Springfest brings Easter fun and excitement to Gloucester Quays, April 8-23

There will be two weeks of fun and fantastic entertainment for all the family when Springfest bursts into life at Gloucester Quays over the Easter holiday fortnight.

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Former MI5 boss takes over at GCHQ

Jeremy Fleming, former Deputy Director General of MI5, is to succeed Robert Hannigan as Director of GCHQ, the Cheltenham based electronic intelligence gathering base.

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Deadline looms for expressing interest in running historic venue

Time is running out to put forward plans about managing a historic arts and entertainment venue in Gloucestershire amid uncertainty about its future.

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BREAKING NEWS: Date set for UK to begin exit from EU - REACTION FROM BUSINESS

It's official - the Government will start the process of taking the UK out of the European Union next week.

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New report names "best place" to live in Gloucestershire

We all know Gloucestershire is a great county in which to live and work but where is hot and where is not?

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County firm wins best regional brewery accolade

A small Gloucestershire brewery which was set up just three years ago has been named as the best regional brewery in the UK and Ireland.

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Key city centre store opens this week

The long-awaited launch of a new store which will help give Gloucester's retail appeal a big boost takes place this week.

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County set to host first chilli fiesta

It may not be to everyone's taste but a county town is set to hold its first event for lovers of hot chillies

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Extra rail services promised but where does Gloucestershire fit in? - NEW COMMENT

The rail industry has promised an extra 6,400 trains will run every week by 2021.

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Scotland can’t afford independence

A new report by the TaxPayer’s Alliance makes interesting but ‘shocking’ reading…

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M&S pulls Google ads over extremist content

Marks & Spencer is the latest big name company to suspend advertising with Google, following concerns about extremist content on YouTube.

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County restaurant with rooms hosts Gold Cup winners

The Wharf House Restaurant with Rooms near Gloucester welcomed some extra special guests when they celebrated one of the biggest successes in the horse racing calendar.

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Schoolchildren get a taste of life down on the farm

Over 150 schoolchildren from the Three Counties enjoyed a series of hands-on workshops at Hartpury College's Home Farm where they experienced everything from soil sampling to making milkshakes.

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Major cash injection expected to have positive impact on economy and jobs

Gloucester has been officially recognised as a 'Great Place' after receiving a £1.49million boost.

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Take-off for partnership providing first-class travel to music artists

A Gloucestershire-based private jet charter specialist is teaming up with a private jet company from the United States.

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Spam email alert over PayPal message

An urgent warning has been issued over a fraudulent email claiming to be from Ofsted.

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What's On: Kempley Daffodil Weekend returns for another bumper year

Spring is in the air as the annual Daffodil Weekend is set to brighten up the weekend.

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'Businesses need more time to cope with tax overhaul'

The Federation of Small Businesses has backed a call for a radical shake-up of the tax system to be delayed for three years.

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Top name in golf equipment swinging into action at new home

Premium trolley manufacturer Stewart Golf has announced the purchase of a new £1milion factory in Gloucestershire.

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Plans for new store heading for judicial review

A decision to grant planning permission for a new supermarket store in Gloucestershire is facing a legal challenge.

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