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A hop north of the border from Bath maybe, but a community in Gloucestershire is on the hunt for a lost Wallaby.
THE Arkell family has paid tribute to Anne Arkell, the mother of chairman James and the wife of former chairman Peter, after she died earlier this month.
TWO men who posed as teenage boys on a gay website and lured perverted men into a blackmail sex trap were warned today they will be going to jail.
A JURY was today told how a man on trial for helping killer William Blencowe told his girlfriend to take a hammer to his phone after he was arrested.
THE Coroner's Office for Wiltshire and Swindon are appealing for the public's help in locating the next of kin of a man who died last week.
AHEAD of the Bank Holiday weekend people are being reminded that a range of healthcare services which will still be available.
THE family of a suspected murder victim in the Forest of Dean were not aware a fund had been launched to pay for his funeral.
A LOCAL teenager, formerly of Dymock but now living in Ledbury , has admitted raping a girl under the age of 13 twice, and of sexually assaulting another girl.
A thug who knocked a man unconscious after following him in a taxi from Chippenham to Melksham while on bail for a hammer attack has been jailed A thug who knocked a man unconscious after following him in a taxi from Chippenham to Melksham has been jailed for 14 months.
RIVERMEAD will soon have its long-awaited skate park after Swindon Council officially signed off A 65,000 for its construction this week.
The driver was reported to have suffered a back injury when the coach flipped between junctions 13 and 14, near Dursley in Gloucestershire this morning.
ONE of Dursley's most well-known residents looks back on the life of a family friend who fought in the First World War.
ONE OF the world's leading wood turners treated members of Avon and Bristol Woodturners to an all day demonstration.
THE Standard has welcomed a long-eared bright-eyed new reporter onto the team, who has already taken centre stage in the front window.
THE brother of a man accused of aiding alleged murderer Will Blencowe has described handing over his trainers on the night Connor Tremble was killed.
The officer in charge of one of the largest security operations in British history at the forthcoming Nato summit in Wales has said the high-profile event is "completely unchartered territory" for UK policing.
The incident has led to the closure of the M5 between junctions 13 and 14 Stroud to Thornbury in what the Highways Agency called a "serious incident".
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 02:42 am
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