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County firm named Insurance Company of the Year

A Gloucestershire company has won the Insurance Company of the Year award at the Better Society Awards for the second year running.

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Chartered surveyors mark a decade in business

KBW Chartered Surveyors celebrated its 10 year anniversary with a night of fun and entertainment in Cheltenham.

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US restaurant chain is heading to Cheltenham

The location for a new restaurant in a multi-million pound leisure and retail hub in Cheltenham has been confirmed.

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Railway share offer steams to success

Volunteers on the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway are celebrating after the group's share offer, Broadway: The Last Mile, was a huge success.

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EXCLUSIVE VIDEOS: Inside Gloucester's £55million redevelopment site

Gloucester's derelict Bakers Quay site has become a hive of activity as the £55million regeneration gets under way.

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Businesses suffering from no mobile coverage

A new survey has revealed the staggering extent to which businesses across the UK are experiencing full or partial 'not-spots' in their mobile coverage.

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Bloom Accounts launch a new service to put real-time financial information in the palm of your hands

Businesses can now have the very latest financial information about themselves at their fingertips thanks to a new service from Bloom Accounts.

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What's On: Music fans set to flock to Gloucester Fake Festival

A touring tribute festival celebrating the music of Oasis, Blondie and Queen is coming to Gloucester for the first time this weekend.

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FSB launches manifesto for small business

Britain's biggest business representation group, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB), has published its own General Election manifesto.

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Lloyds profits go back to taxpayer, but at what cost?

The UK taxpayer is set to make a profit of £500m on the £20.3bn government bailout of Lloyds during the financial crisis.

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Record number of vessels will be sailing in for the 2017 Gloucester Tall Ships Festival on 27-29 May

More stunning ships than ever before will be appearing at this year's Gloucester Tall Ships Festival.

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Put infrastructure at the heart of economic policy

The Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) is today calling on all political parties to put infrastructure at the heat of economic policy following the General Election.

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Fashion retailer sees big growth in sales

A Gloucestershire based fashion clothing retailer has reported a 27.2 per cent rise in group revenues.

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Training hub will help businesses tackle skills shortage

With less than 4 months until the opening of Gloucestershire's newest training centre, businesses are getting a taste of what is on offer.

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Cotswold Taste - local producers working together

Cotswold Taste Ltd is to hold its second regional launch in Cirencester tomorrow (12th May).

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BT to cut 4,000 jobs

Telecoms giant BT is set to cut 4,000 jobs worldwide over the next two years.

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Watch European Challenge Cup on the big screen at Gloucester Quays

Cherry and White fans will get the chance to see Gloucester Rugby's big Cup final without leaving the city.

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VIDEO: New £55m dockside development set to regenerate city

The £55 million redevelopment of Gloucester's derelict Bakers Quay site is starting to take shape.

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Ecotricity named as a 'Company to Inspire Britain'

A Gloucestershire green energy company has won national recognition and been highlighted as a Company to Inspire Britain.

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Be prepared: road will be shut for improvements

Motorists have been warned about upcoming road closures on a key route in Gloucestershire.

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Council tax refund scam

Gloucestershire business owners have today been warned about a Council Tax scam.

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High-profile name throws hat into ring to run entertainment hub

A well-known energy company is among nine candidates to have expressed an interest in running a historic arts and entertainment venue in Gloucestershire.

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Popular Cheltenham leisure attraction wins more support from clothing brand

Weird Fish has today confirmed its backing for the Sandford Parks Lido in Cheltenham for a second year running.

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Broadcaster sees fall in advertising income

ITV's revenue fell by three per cent in the first quarter of the year as the broadcaster saw a nine per cent fall in advertising income.

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County group continues to engineer success

Renishaw, the Gloucestershire based hi-tech engineering group, has revealed better than predicted results in a trading update.

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Fears grow over post-Brexit funding black hole

Billions of pounds in EU funding to support small firms must be replaced to avoid the risk of an economic slowdown, a business group has warned.

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Independent retailers opened more shops than they closed in 2016

Britain is still a nation of shopkeepers, according to the latest figures.

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Warning to drivers: slow down, the cows are back

Motorists are today being urged to slow down to reduce the risk of them hitting cows that have roamed on to the road.

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Premier cycling event provides opportunities for county businesses

The tourism sector is set to get a major boost when the OVO Energy Tour of Britain cycling event passes through Gloucestershire.

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Chairman of advanced engineering materials group steps down

Ian Balchin has resigned as a director and non-executive chairman of Versarien, the Cheltenham-based advanced engineering materials group.

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Series of church thefts believed to be linked

Police in Cheltenham are investigating a series of thefts from elderly church-goers attending services last Sunday.

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Wish comes true as landmark clock is back in action

After months of painstaking restoration the iconic Wishing Fish Clock in Cheltenham's Regent Arcade shopping centre will be re-started this Friday.

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Shortage of workers could put UK industry at risk

A shortage of workers could put the UK’s engineering reputation at risk, according to a report published today.

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Government urged to provide support for start-ups after EU exit

The Institute of Directors is calling on the next Government to explain how it will replace European funding for new businesses post-Brexit.

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Car owners rush to dump "dirty diesel" vehicles - NEW COMMENT

Thousands of diesel car owners are looking to offload their vehicles before the value of their cars plummet.

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Energy price cap intervention could "stifle investment"

Business leaders have warned that Tory plans to cap energy prices could hit investor confidence.

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Work starts on regenerating the heart of Gloucester

Diggers today moved into the centre of Gloucester to begin one of the most important regeneration schemes the city has seen in recent times.

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Major road works completed later this summer

The end is in sight for the replacement of a weak bridge which has disrupted traffic on a major county road.

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Facebook cracks down on fake news

Facebook has closed down thousands of UK accounts and overhauled its news feed in an attempt to crack down on fake news.

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Free event to help future-proof your family, home and investments

Lawyers speaking at a free event aim to demystify and explain topical issues such as care fee planning

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Online sales fall for first time in four years

Online consumer spending was down in April, for the first time in four years.

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