DOZENS of Falfied residents turned out to have their say about plans for a 3,000-home village bordering the town.
TAKING on a role in Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap, the world’s longest running stage production, might be daunting for some actors, but for veteran star Louise Jameson it is “a breath of fresh air”.
TWO teenage boys had a lucky escape when a falling branch narrowly missed them as they played football in a Dursley field.
ROVERS fans were given a brutal insight into the gulf in class that exists between the Premier League and the lower levels as Swansea City ran riot at the Memorial Stadium in a 5-1 pre-season friendly win.
FOREST GREEN have bolstered their goalkeeping options with the addition of giant French goalkeeper Simon Lefebvre on a two-year contract, subject to international clearance.
CHARITIES in the Gazette patch can now apply for a grant through our parent company.
AN ‘IMPATIENT’ BMW driver collided with another car looking for a parking space in Berkeley on Saturday morning.
A MOTHER from Wotton raising funds for her disabled six-year-old son was thrilled when an old school friend helped out by completing a sponsored bike ride.
A 25-YEAR-OLD motorcyclist was riding at an "unbelievable" speed when he collided with a car turning through the central reservation of a dual carriageway in Whitminster, an inquest heard.
CHEPSTOW Racecourse will be raising awareness of ‘green’ issues by holding Great Britain’s first environmentally themed Family Race Day on Sunday 31 July.
THIS weekend's Livestock Festival in Tewkesbury promises to be a fun-filled family affair with children’s tickets from just £1 and a vibrant scene of children's activities.
John Light's view on the week in sport
Chipping Sodbury round-up
A GIANT 235 tonne National Grid transformer caused traffic problems as it made its way through Gloucestershire on Sunday.
PRITHVI has received such universal praise that it’s tempting to assume the restaurant must be overhyped.
Gloucesteshire v Sussex match report
THANKS for your letter, Doina (Gazette, July 21, 'Tory cuts to blame').
THE county’s Police and Crime Commissioner Martin Surl today launches a consultation to canvass what the public expect from their police.
TODAY will feel dry for the most part with sunny spells this morning and later this evening.
Rockhampton v Goatacre