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3 hrs ago | Free Republic
A 60-year-old British man was cleared of an assault charge in the case of a fight between neighbors that began with an argument about throwing cat feces.
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7 hrs ago | WZVN-TV Fort Myers
A British man said Tuesday he backed out of an airplane shoe-bomb plot in 2001 after his parents said they wouldn't want a terrorist for a son, but not before successfully boarding and flying on planes over Europe with explosives.
10 hrs ago | Gazette Series
Steven and Catherine Bindon, owners of Steve's Shop in Manor Road, Charfield have taken on the responsibility of running a post office counter in their shop after the local long-standing postmaster retired.
11 hrs ago | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard
Cotswold District Council chairman Sir Edward Horsfall and Cirencester mayor Cllr Joe Harris were on hand on Monday, March 10 to take part in a flag raising ceremony which marked the special occasion.
13 hrs ago | Cotswold Journal
A crew from Chipping Campden Fire Station used one hose reel to extinguish the flames and left after 20 minutes.
13 hrs ago | Gazette Series
FIVE was caught four and a half times over the drink-drive limit after a collision in the Asda car park in Quedgeley, a court heard.
13 hrs ago | Cotswold Journal
OLDER people, those with physical or learning disabilities or mental health conditions and their relatives can try out devices to help keep them safe.
17 hrs ago | Gazette Series
Nicola King of Henna Heaven painting the hand of Tanya Manasievska at the mind, body and spirit show at Chipping Sodbury Town Hall The mind, body and spirit show gave visitors the chance to try 67 different therapies and shop at a range of stalls in the town hall.
20 hrs ago | Gazette Series
FIREFIGHTERS have been kept busy rescuing animals in Dursley and Cam. Crews were called to St George's Close in Cam at 12.08pm on Friday, March 7 to help a horse stuck on a barbed wire fence.
Staff from Sainsbury's Dursley store get a warm reception in Stroud after walking the distance between carrying 25lb rucksacks STAFF from a Dursley supermarket made good their pledge to carry a pound in weight for every pound donated to their chosen charity as they trekked to the chain's branch in Stroud.
Following a landslip caused by heavy rain at the start of the year the B4058 Nailsworth to Horsley Road, Stroud was closed.
Kim Olney of Thornbury Volunteer Centre, Mark Gregory of Brightside Group, Mark Green of Age UK South Gloucestershire, Cllr Ian Boulton, Chairman of South Gloucestershire Council and Rowena Moncrieffe of Bonds of Thornbury at the Business and Voluntary Se A SELECTION of business and voluntary groups South Gloucestershire came together to discuss ... (more)
A BABY boy from Yate died at a Bristol hospital from multiple complications of being born nearly four months early, an inquest has ruled.
Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks arrives at the Old Bailey in London, as the phone hacking trial continues Rebekah Brooks was asked to approve cash payments to public officials for stories such as a wife-swapping mayor, the phone-hacking trial has heard.
A JEWELLER who has worked in Taunton for 30 years is refusing to "live in fear" after a dramatic robbery attempt on his shop.
It happened as the driver was dropping a customer home from a journey from Bristol at at 4am yesterday .
Special Constables and bottom row from left to right: Special Chief Inspector Kit Day, Chief Superintendent Bill Jephson and Deputy Crime and Commissioner for Hertfordshire David Gibson Over the past nine weeks, the new recruits have been spending their weekends learning the role of a special constable.
Jacqui Daffon had been the head teacher at the school for the last nine years and the report is a judgement of her leadership.