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Pupil completes charity swim for Grenfell victims

Rendcomb College pupil, 9 year old Reuben Parker, spent his summer raising money for the victims of the Grenfell fire disaster.

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Bakers Quay winning interior design announced

The winning design of the reception area at Provender, Bakers Quay has now been finalised.

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RAU announced as 2017 Lloyds Bank National Business Awards finalist

The Royal Agricultural University (RAU) in Cirencester has been shortlisted for the Duke of York Award for University Entrepreneurship at the Lloyds Bank National Business Awards 2017 for the second year running.

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Renishaw shares collaboration expertise

Gloucestershire-based Global engineering and scientific technologies company, Renishaw, presented at Praxis Unico’s Research Contracts Conference this week.

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Bovis graphics guru celebrates silver anniversary

When Richard Wood, associate graphic design director at Bovis Homes, first joined the company in 1992, he had a ponytail and rode a Kawasaki Z650 motorbike to work.

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Police investigate report of rape in Wotton-under-Edge

Police investigating a report of a woman being raped in Wotton-under-Edge last week are appealing for witnesses.

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Future of Kings Quarter given the go-ahead

Gloucester City Council’s Cabinet has given the go-ahead for the city’s new-look Kings Quarter.

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Shining example of Gloucester’s regeneration

No, it’s not a pile of gold bars but the stunning new architecture taking shape in Gloucester. Do you know where it is?

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Cirencester’s disused courthouse is sold

Cirencester’s former magistrate’s court has been sold, meaning the town can look forward to a new police station.

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More than 1 in 3 Brits would opt to visit a venue because it offers charging facilities

A new study has revealed that more than a third (37.8 per cent) of Brits would be more inclined to visit a hospitality venue specifically because it offered charging facilities as a service.

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First day do’s and don’ts

Starting a new job can be a scary business. So how do you go about making the right impression on your first day?

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John Lewis and Next profits plummet

Two retailers investing heavily in the county have seen their profits fall.

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Hartpury opens doors to more students with new accommodation block

Hartpury College will see even more students able to study at the campus after completion of its newest accommodation block.

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What a Super idea! Staff get a share of fashion group's success

Cheltenham-based fashion retailer Superdry is making sure all its staff get a share of the benefits from the group's amazing growth.

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A new hospital for the Forest of Dean?

A new hospital may be built to replace the Dilke and Lydney hospitals in the Forest of Dean.

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County newspaper will close as part of media upheaval

The weekly newspaper, Stroud Life, is to close as part of a major shake-up of the county's news media

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Dunelm suffers sharp fall in profits

Soft furnishings retailer Dunelm, which has stores in Gloucester and Cheltenham, has reported a sharp fall in profits in its last financial year.

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Council may increase parking charges

A district council is considering a rise in car parking charges.

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Unemployment rate lowest since 1975

UK unemployment fell by 75,000 in the three months to July, bringing the jobless rate down to 4.3% from 4.4% in the previous quarter.

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Growth Hub celebrates third anniversary with major expansion plans

The Growth Hub last night celebrated its first three years helping to grow businesses and the economy in Gloucestershire.

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Illegal tobacco hidden under shop floor - VIDEO

Trading standards have uncovered a concealed haul of illegal tobacco in a raid on a Gloucester store.

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Tax-Free Childcare - technical issues leave parents out of pocket

Technical issues with a new childcare scheme has resulted in HMRC offering compensation to those worse off as a result.

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Hold the front page! Citizen and Echo go weekly - NEW COMMENTS

Gloucestershire's two daily newspapers, the Citizen and Echo, are to become weekly newspapers.

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FSB launch new small business awards

The search is on for the South West's most outstanding small businesses via a major new awards competition.

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When should the new weekly Citizen and Echo be published?

Which day would you choose? Answer our survey...

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Robbery at city's Co-op store

Gloucestershire police are appealing for information following a knife point robbery at a Co-op store in High Street, Tredworth, Gloucester.

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Apricot heads to Cheltenham shopping centre

The Regent Arcade in Cheltenham has been chosen by up and coming women's fashion brand Apricot to be the location for latest company run store.

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Sports retailer celebrates record profits

Sports fashion retailer JD Sports saw a big rise in sales in the first half of the year.

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Hotels expert gives students insight into client care

Cotswolds hotels expert Peter Brunt of Colliers International has given sandwich year students an insight into successful client care.

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Empty offices converted in to new apartments

An abandoned office building overlooking a prominent junction near the centre of Cheltenham is to be regenerated as high quality apartments.

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Council helps restore important listed building

A significant grant from Gloucester City Council has enabled the restoration of 78 Westgate Street by its owners.

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Lodders named 'Best in Show'

Law firm Lodders won the award for the Best Large Trade Stand at the Moreton Show.

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Next step in UK's development of tidal lagoon power

A Gloucester-based company has secured the grid connection for an energy producing tidal lagoon.

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Preparations underway for port redevelopment

Work has begun on the multi-million pound redevelopment of Brimscombe Port near Stroud.

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Winners of Business Charity Awards announced

Jelf and Ageas, sponsors of the 2017 Local Business Charity Awards, have announced this year's winners.

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Planning experts look at Gloucester development

City councillors will be asked to appoint a team of planning experts to develop Gloucester's Kings Quarter scheme in detail.

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Home Secretary meets police on the front line

The Home Secretary Amber Rudd met officers and police chiefs during a visit to Stroud police station.

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It's a perfect ten as Alder King scoops yet another award

Alder King's Gloucester office has been named as Gloucestershire's most active property agent for the 10th year in succession by property publication Estates Gazette.

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Councils work together to bring bridge back into use

Gloucestershire County Council is working with Herefordshire Council to ensure the long- term future of Lydbrook Bridge.

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Blackadder star brings passion for the past to Gloucester History Festival (September 2 - 17)

Actor Tony Robinson brought the magic of Blackadder's Baldrick to the 2017 Gloucester History Festival.

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Hillary Clinton promises to reveal all in Cheltenham Literature Festival appearance

Hillary Clinton will be revealing all when she appears at this year’s Cheltenham Literature Festival next month.

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