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  1. Deacs' Week: We showed spirit at Blackheath... now let's go and...Read the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | This is Gloucestershire

    TRAILING 33-5 at half-time away to Blackheath and you would think the game is totally over, so you have to commend the boys for coming back to get a bonus-point. But for the first 30 minutes we certainly didn't cover ourselves in glory.

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  2. Gatland: Jones and Hook can returnRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Andover Advertiser

    Wales boss Warren Gatland has told autumn Test selection casualties Adam Jones and James Hook that "the door is not closed" on their international futures. Despite boasting more than 170 caps between them, Cardiff Blues prop Jones - a triple Six Nations Grand Slam winner - and Gloucester fly-half Hook have not been chosen among a 34-man squad for appointments with Australia, Fiji, New Zealand and South Africa next month.

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  3. James Hook, pictured, has not been selected in Warren Gatland's 34-man Wales squadRead the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | Burnley Citizen

    Wales boss Warren Gatland has told autumn Test selection casualties Adam Jones and James Hook that "the door is not closed" on their international futures. Despite boasting more than 170 caps between them, Cardiff Blues prop Jones - a triple Six Nations Grand Slam winner - and Gloucester fly-half Hook have not been chosen among a 34-man squad for appointments with Australia, Fiji, New Zealand and South Africa next month.

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  4. The winners and losers in Warren Gatland's Wales selectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This is South Wales

    The only uncapped member of Warren Gatland's 34-man squad. Smith was man of the match in the Pro12 opener against Treviso and the 20-year-old prop hasn't looked back since.

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  5. Wales autumn squad announcement: The biggest losers as ruthless Warren Gatland leaves out star namesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcNetwork

    Warren Gatland's squad selection for the autumn internationals has caused quite a stir with some big omissions. Here, we look at the big losers Warren Gatland's Wales squads always provoke headlines and controversy.

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  6. Stroud gears up for 33rd annual half marathonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This is Gloucestershire

    Organised by Stroud and District Athletics Club, the event is sponsored by Ecotricity, Griffiths Marshall Chartered Accountants, Dairy Crest, Bailey Paints and Gloucester Sports and begins at 10am from Marling School in Cainscross Road. As well as the half marathon, junior athletes between the ages of nine and 16 will be taking part in the Silver Mile or the 1K race , which start 15 minutes after the main event on the Cainscross Road.

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  7. Stroud MP Neil Carmichael secures Westminster debateRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Gazette Series

    STROUD MP Neil Carmichael has secured a debate at Westminster on infrastructure investment in the Stroud Valleys and the Vale. Following the reopening of the newly redoubled Swindon to Kemble railway line last Friday, secured by A 45million of coalition government funding, Neil will be outlining the infrastructure needs over the next five years to ensure sustained economic growth and local jobs in Stroud and Gloucestershire.

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  8. Police appeal for information after crash in GloucesterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    A Mercedes, driven by a 57-year-old Gloucester woman, was in a minor collision with a Mini, driven by another Gloucester woman, aged 60, on Trier Way near the Go Outdoors store. If anyone can help with more information as to what happened or actually saw the incident, please call 101 quoting Incident number 245 of 20/10/14 We want you to enjoy your visit to our website.

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  9. Article ImageRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | This is Gloucestershire

    Molly Scott-Cato, Green MEP for the South West, is "hopeful" her party can win one seat in Gloucestershire at the next General Election Everyone in Gloucestershire will have the chance to vote for a Green candidate at next year's General Election with the party fielding MP-hopefuls in all six constituencies for the first time. The Greens formally announced their MP candidates today and the party's MEP for the South West believes at least one of them has a chance of winning in 2015.

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  10. Mowden blood young talentRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | Darlington and Stockton Times

    DARLINGTON Mowden Park will blood another highly-rated young prop when they attempt to put a disappointing week behind them by winning at home to Hartpury College today. Simon Uzokwe, a 19-year-old student, will be on the bench after scoring four tries for the second team against Horden.

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  11. Weekend Challenge Cup previewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Sky Sports

    A new era in European rugby dawned on Thursday as Gloucester thrashed Brive 55-0 in the newly-formed European Rugby Challenge Cup and the revolution continues throughout the weekend with seven games across Saturday and Sunday. After narrowly missing out on a place in the European Champions Cup, losing their playoff to Premiership side Wasps, Stade Francais get their continental campaign underway with Newport Gwent Dragons visiting the Stade Jean Bouin.

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  12. ATHLETICS: Holly gets Trails liftRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Wiltshire Times

    FORMER marathon international and now leading British ultra distance specialist Holly Rush took a break from her heavy training schedule to win the Forest of Dean Trails marathon on Sunday, writes Kevin Fahey. The Bradford on Avon runner has been piling in the miles ahead of her next big endurance challenge of the Templiers Great Run 45 miles event, the oldest and most prestigious ultra race in France.

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  13. The English certainly don't want regionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | This Is Bristol

    I FEEL that I must point out to Steve Wright of the English Democrats that the counties were the city regions of King Alfred's time Gloucestershire , Hampshire , Oxfordshire , Yorkshire , and so on. The old hundreds might be more relevant today than the nineteenth century administrative counties.

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  14. Author Elizabeth Nhau-Chirigo Uncovers Her Inspiring MemoirRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | PRWeb

    "Dripping Water" does not only tells an inspiring true-to-life story, but also displays a true representation of the African culture linked to Christen principles in this modern era. Elizabeth Nhau-Chirigo's life is like dripping water on a concrete slab.

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  15. Warrant out for Berkeley man who stole stepdad's carRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Gazette Series

    A WARRANT was issued today for the arrest of a 24-year-old Berkeley man who has allegedly flouted a court order imposed for offences including aggravated taking of his stepfather's car. George King, who was living in Stroud at the time of his offences, had received a six month suspended jail term, supervision and an alcohol rehab order when he appeared before Gloucester Crown Court in February.

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  16. Vote for your favourite curry houseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | This is Gloucestershire

    We asked you to nominate your favourite curry house in Gloucester, Stroud and the Forest of Dean - and the results are in. Simply place your vote in the form below by midday on Friday, October 17 and we will unveil the winner on Saturday.

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  17. European Rugby enters a new era when the Champions Cup kicks offRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Daily Mail

    European Rugby enters a new era with the Champions Cup: Who will rule Europe and can England's Premiership clubs win their uphill battle for the top prize? Northampton, Leicester, Wasps, Saracens, Harlequins, Sale and Bath fly the Premiership Rugby flag but are fighting an uphill battle for success On Thursday night, Gloucester and Brive launch the Challenge Cup and then on Friday night at The Stoop, the main event begins when Harlequins take on Castres in the Champions Cup. For all the angst and animosity that so nearly led to the collapse of continental competition, there is a sense of familiarity about the tournaments that have hastily emerged from the wreckage.

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  18. a New 9 million plant to recycle the county's food waste is expected to be open by March next year.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    Mike Lowe from Andigestion Ltd with Cllr Ray Theodoulou, Deputy Leader of Gloucestershire County Council - signing food waste contract at Wingmoor Farm A NEW A 9 million plant to recycle the county's food waste is expected to be open by March next year. Gloucestershire County Council has just signed a new contract with Andigestion Ltd, which is building a new anaerobic digestion waste facility at Wingmoor Farm near Bishop's Cleeve.

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  19. The form horses! The Wales team Warren Gatland would have to pick based on pure form this seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 13 | IcNetwork

    Andy Howell looks at the players who could have done no more to convince Warren Gatland they are worthy of a go in the forthcoming autumn internationals There's certainly plenty for coach Warren Gatland to address ahead of a demanding series against the Wallabies, another World Cup opponent in Fiji, World Cup and Rugby Championship holders New Zealand and South Africa. Not least is the recent lack of activity of some of his key men of recent years with only scrum-half Mike Phillips getting any game-time, usually off the replacements bench, at Racing Metro.

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  20. Saracens boss backs Barritt for England recallRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 11 | Yahoo!

    Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall has said centre Brad Barritt is worthy of an England recall for next month's internationals as the tournament hosts being the countdown to next year's World Cup. Barritt, fit following a calf injury, returned to help Saracens, last season's beaten Premiership finalists, defeat Gloucester 28-21 in an English top-flight match on Saturday.

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