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Power cuts and flooded roads as Storm Imogen hits the region

Power cuts and floods as Storm Imogen hits the region

An average Band D household will be paying £178.26 a year for policing from April 2016

Council tax to rise as proposed policing increases are approved

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Chef Stu Martin (left) cooking up some Chinese food with pupils from The Sheiling School in Thornbury

Pupils of Thornbury school celebrate Chinese New Year with cooking lesson

Gloucestershire County Council has launched a consultation to help residents access the Thornbury Sort It centre

Gloucestershire County Council to try and negotiate access to the recycling centre in Thornbury for people living near Berkeley

Two men arrested after Stone house is burgled whilst the homeowner was vacuuming

Two men arrested after Stone house is burgled whilst the homeowner was vacuuming

Media Account Managers Hannah Dent and Kylie Taylor.

A day in the life of a Gazette advertising team member

Dr David Cottrell, centre, of the Bristol and Avon Multiple Sclerosis Clinical Centre at Southmead Hospital accepting £5000 from Shane McCarthy, left, and Roger Wall of the MS Peoples Help charity

Multiple sclerosis charity donates £5,000 to Southmead Hospital brain centre

Police reissue warning over the use of "legal highs"

Police reissue warning over the use of "legal highs"

Gloucestershire County Council backs police and crime commissioner's tax precept increase

Motorists cautioned to plan journeys as weather warnings put in place

Motorists cautioned to plan journeys as weather warnings put in place

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The Young family with baby Jaylan from a February 2007 edition of the Gazette

GAZETTE THROUGH THE YEARS: Dad to the rescue in bathroom birth drama

Police find the body of a man in Bristol docks

Police find the body of a man in Bristol docks

GAZETTE THROUGH THE YEARS: Traffic chaos follows gas leak

GAZETTE THROUGH THE YEARS: Traffic chaos follows gas leak

Geoff Wheeler's weekly diary - Meeting with Stroud MP Neil Carmichael

Geoff Wheeler's weekly diary - Meeting with Stroud MP Neil Carmichael

Tutor Cathryn Trace (front row, second from right) with her students as they were presented with their bronze Gateway AwardsBack row: Shane Brown, Jerry Whitney , Wendy Bevan (volunteer), Anna Ryan (Training Coordinator) Anne Swayze, Philip Thomas, Margie

Men and women with learning difficulties from Cam and Dursley picked up a special award at GL11 Community Hub

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Thornbury and Yate MP Luke Hall most enjoys his days in the constituency

MP's Column: Time in the constituency is the most enjoyable

Freya Davies-Mouncher, with Karl Joyce, standing in front of the Talking Hands display, with the letter she wrote

Pupil's emotional letter helps school embrace World Cancer Day

The new school is comes from the SGS Academy Trust, set up by South Gloucestershire and Stroud College

New special school searching for South Gloucestershire site following approval

Thug assaults 71-year-old woman before making off with bag

Thug assaults 71-year-old woman before making off with bag

Car smashes into homes near Railway Inn in Cam

Car smashes into homes near Railway Inn in Cam

Stroud-based Meningitis Now celebrates 30 years

Stroud-based Meningitis Now celebrates 30 years

Avon and Somerset Police are looking for new police officers

Avon and Somerset Police are looking for new police officers

Police find body in search for missing Horsley man Philip Lee

Police find body in search for missing Horsley man Philip Lee

Wallet theft caught on camera

Wallet theft caught on camera

Today's weather - dull with mild rain

Today's weather - dull with mild rain

Penny Baker (centre) with Origin Cafe staff Teya Clode and Miriam Bamfield

Popular Thornbury cafe given notice to close by community centre trustees

Cllr Ruth Davis is concerned about parking at South Gloucestershire Council's Badminton Road offices

Parking fears at Yate council office as Kingswood Civic Centre staff are expected to relocate

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Tabi Marsh of the Heritage shop in Thornbury in the fire damaged cafe at the shop which is soon to be rebuilt

Repairs to burnt-down Thornbury coffee shop hits insurer delays

COMMENT: Mourning the death of a Dursley legend

COMMENT: Mourning the death of a Dursley legend

Verity Smith, Stephen Symonds and Uffa, with blindfolded Tockington pupils (from left to right) Alex Jacobi, Finlay Sheasby, Sam Sheasby, James Sheasby, Elsie Lewis and Ellie Parker

Blind dressage rider visits Tockington school to talk about Paralympic blindfold campaign

DVD offer - the beauty of the Cotswolds from the air

DVD offer - the beauty of the Cotswolds from the air

Beauty Queen Charlie Matthews, from Yate, does not let Asperger's stop her from competing

Hidden illness will not stop Yate's Charlie Matthews bid to become Face of the Globe

68-year-old man attacked in road rage incident

68-year-old man attacked in road rage incident

Residents await verdict on bid to demolish The Full Moon pub in Wotton-under-Edge

Residents await verdict on bid to demolish The Full Moon pub in Wotton-under-Edge

‘Unsettling and uncertain times’ - Stroud District Council agrees budget amidst fears of stormy waters ahead

‘Unsettling and uncertain times’ - Stroud District Council agrees budget amidst fears of stormy waters ahead

Today's weather - cloudy with some rain

Today's weather - cloudy with some rain

Dutch politicians call to improve safety by Amsterdam canals after death of Richard Cole

Dutch politicians call to improve safety by Amsterdam canals after death of Richard Cole

Jailed: Richard McCarthy

Winterbourne distraction burglar who conned elderly woman out of cash is jailed

Andrea Young, Chief Executive of North Bristol NHS Trust, MP Luke Hall, Joan Pritchard, user of the Green Community Transport, Andy Jeanes, Assistant Director of Facilities for the North Bristol NHS Trust after their bus trip to Southmead Hospital

Yate community transport campaigners win help for disabled passengers at Southmead Hospital

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Thornbury and Yate MP Luke Hall officially opens the Vintage Birdcage Cakery in Yate

Cake and coffee on offer at new cafe next to Yate park

Demelza Alderson proudly displaying her medal after completing the marathon in Abu Dhabi

Tockington woman becomes first British female to run seven marathons in seven days, on seven continents

Antique china and watches stolen while elderly man is out in Coalpit Heath

Antique china and watches stolen while elderly man is out in Coalpit Heath

Three fire crews called to Tormarton after two cars collide

Three fire crews called to Tormarton after two cars collide

A stock image of cannabis plants

Over 100 cannabis plants found in Winterbourne flat

30 cows removed from the A38 near Stone overnight

30 cows removed from the A38 near Stone overnight

Shirley Carmichael with son Andrew

Yate mum helps save St Christopher's School in Bristol

Richard Cole had his life taken 'by an act of violence' according to his employers

Richard Cole had his life taken 'by an act of violence' according to his employers

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