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Cheltenham firm to move 200 jobs

Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) has acquired Cheltenham-based Zurich's UK workplace pensions and savings business.

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Warning - popular commuter route to be closed

Resurfacing work will close a popular commuter route for four days during daytime hours next week.

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VIDEO: County MPs share their vision for the future

Three Gloucestershire MPs shared their thoughts on everything from Brexit to apprenticeships and housing at an event in the county this morning.

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Over 1,000 youngsters learn to restart a heart

The local air ambulance charity for Gloucestershire has helped 1,026 youngsters learn how to restart a heart over the last 12 months.

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Architects create arboreal home in the Cotswolds

Cotswold architect, coombes:everitt, has secured planning permission for a new 4,500 sq ft contemporary home in Cowley, Gloucestershire.

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The power of friendship

They cheer you up when you're blue; they're always at the end of a phone and, according to the experts, friends notch up significant health benefits too.

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Mayor Fest − Cheltenham's newest festival

Festivals are part and parcel of Cheltenham culture, and to add to the rich mix, this Saturday (October 14) will see the launch of Mayor Fest.

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Wish you were here?

Stroud District Council's tourism team have released a set of five postcards to promote the Stroud district and increase further awareness for the Discover Stroud District film.

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City bus station making progress

The second phase of highways works supporting the new bus station in Gloucester city centre is almost complete.

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Council launches £1.6 million fleet of recycling trucks

Cheltenham Borough Council is investing £1.6 million in a fleet of special vehicles to help improve kerbside recycling in the district.

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Hot off the press - county's new weekly newspapers arrive

The first editions of Gloucestershire's new weekly newspapers, the Gloucester Citizen and Gloucestershire Echo , were published today.

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Labour leader accused of getting his facts wrong over evictions

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been accused of giving inaccurate information about tenant evictions in Gloucester.

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County firm takes over massive Tesco distribution centre

A Stroud based logistics company has taken over a Tesco distribution centre in its largest ever acquisition.

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Renishaw encourages engineers of the future

Global engineering company, Renishaw, provided work experience for more than 100 budding engineers.

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Far East journalists get a taste of the Cotswolds

BBC Countryfile presenter Adam Henson helped to host a visit by overseas journalists to the Cotswolds.

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Downton wins renewal of salt contract

The UK's largest supplier of vacuum salt products has renewed a warehousing and distribution contract with CM Downton.

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Agritech hub appoints new programme manager

Agritech incubation and enterprise hub, Farm491, based at the Royal Agricultural University, Cirencester, is strengthening its top team of experts.

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Bid to save popular golf club from closure

A question mark today hangs over the future of one of Gloucestershire's best-known golf clubs.

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Small firms give cool reception to new work placement scheme

Only six per cent of small businesses in England would be willing to offer work placements under current plans for T-levels, according to new research.

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Cosmetics giant set to open at shopping outlet centre

A global beauty and cosmetics products company is coming to Gloucester Quays.

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Road closure as essential repairs get underway

Drivers face diversions as the road surface is improved between Stoke Orchard and Tredington.

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TV stars set to Rock the Cotswolds

The stars of a brand-new BBC comedy will be live on stage at a sell-out This Country Rocks the Cotswolds event.

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Adult website ads infected by hackers

Hackers broke into an advertising supply chain infecting visitors to an adult website.

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Businesses shown how to win the procurement battle

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) is hosting an event in the Forest of Dean to show small firms how to tender for new business.

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Outlet shopping centre extends festive market as ice rink returns

Gloucester Quays is extending its Victorian Market at the outlet shopping centre this year.

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Award-winning Cotswold designer opens multi-million pound business hub

Award-winning kitchenware designer, Robert Welch, has opened a £3 million state-of-the-art business hub with the support of a seven-figure finance facility from HSBC.

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Gloucestershire museum scoops royal award

Volunteers at the Jet Age Museum in Staverton have received a royal seal of approval in the form of an award.

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Almost 2,000 jobs to go at BAE Systems

Aircraft giant BAE Systems has today announced the loss of 1,915 jobs throughout the UK as part of a major reorganisation.

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Ted Baker half yearly profits up despite challenging market conditions

Lifestyle brand Ted Baker has recorded a rise in profits and sales despite a backdrop of difficult market conditions.

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Free business training available to small farms in Gloucestershire

Small farm businesses across Gloucestershire are being invited to take part in the second year of The Prince's Farm Resilience Programme, run by The Prince's Countryside Fund.

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Have your say on the way taxis operate in Cheltenham

A chance to have your say on how taxis should be regulated in Cheltenham has been announced by the borough council.

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Business group marks a decade of networking

Business leaders are celebrating the tenth anniversary of their professional networking group in Cheltenham.

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End of an era as daily newspapers publish final editions

The final daily editions of the Gloucester Citizen and Gloucestershire Echo were published on Saturday.

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Time to get tough with the late payers

Many small firms doubt that the powers given to the first ever Small Business Commissioner will be enough to tackle the problem of late payments.

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Parking restrictions as town trees are trimmed

Nine London plane trees, thought to have been planted around 1850, will be pruned and two others removed on Cheltenham Promenade..

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Council prepares to put dockside buildings on the market

Gloucester City Council is set to sell off the long term leases of its properties at Gloucester Docks.

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Warning: This is where mobile speed cameras will be sited in October

Drivers are being alerted to the location of mobile speed cameras throughout Gloucestershire in October.

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County student wins powerlifting golds

Student Scott Webb powered his way to four championship powerlifting medals at an event in Potchefstroom, South Africa.

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New business school to support county businesses

Gloucestershire College is launching a business school to support county employers and help them achieve their business goals and growth targets.

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Demise of the bungalow?

With bungalows making up less than seven per cent of homes currently for sale in the UK, and with declining numbers of new builds, we could be witnessing the demise of the British bungalow.

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Chancellor urged to help firms take on long term unemployed

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) wants incentives from the Chancellor of the Exchequer to help employers take on those who find it difficult to secure jobs.

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