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  1. Young Bristol man jumped off Severn Bridge after 'coming out'Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | This Is Bristol

    A YOUNG Bristol man took his own life soon after telling friends and family he was gay. An inquest heard that, although those who knew him had accepted Darren Crotty's declaration, he was probably embarrassed and unsure of his sexuality.

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  2. Fiji hold off US fightback to claim winRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Bangkok Post

    ... US played four November internationals, beating Romania 27-17 in Bucharest but losing 40-12 to Tonga at Gloucester, England, and beginning the month with a 74-6 humbling by the All Blacks in Chicago.

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  3. Weekend Guide: Things to do in the next seven days in the WestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | This Is Somerset

    Catch the very last of autumn colour of 2014. The trees may be bare in many places but the leaves are still putting on a magnificent show in the Wye Valley and if you don't mind dodging the heavy showers, you can take in the stunning view from the RSPB site at Symonds Yat which has been making national news of late.

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  4. Gang jailed for more than 30 years for "unnecessarily sadistic...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | This is Gloucestershire

    Gang members will be spending more than 30 years behind bars following an "unnecessarily sadistic and violent" robbery of two Gloucester brothers. The court heard the men, some of who were known to have links with the notorious Gloucester OPM gang, left Anthony Bennett, 23, and his younger brother Benjamin terrified as they stormed into and ransacked their Abbeydale home.

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  5. Wales' Halfpenny relieved to startRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 | BBC News

    Coverage: Watch live on BBC Two, online, mobiles and BBC Sport app; live commentary on BBC Radio Wales, Radio Cymru & online; updates on BBC Radio 5 live; text commentary on BBC Sport website and mobiles. Wales full-back Leigh Halfpenny says he is glad to have his place back for Saturday's game against New Zealand.

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  6. Authority seeks transport operatorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Cotswold Journal

    The authority spends around A 20 million a year on public, community, home to school and other transport services and wants to hear from operators large and small that it can call on to fulfil these needs. Its current arrangement for buying transport is coming to an end after four years so the opportunity is being taken to put in place a more flexible transport buying system open to existing and new transport suppliers.

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  7. Tonga overwhelms USA 40 - " 12Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | Matangi Tonga

    The 'Ikale Tahi overwhelmed the Unites States Eagles 40 - 12 yesterday, November 15, at a packed Kingsholm Stadium, Gloucester, United Kingdom in the second match of Tonga's successful European tour. In the second-half, however, Tonga scored three tries within six minutes, and a fifth and final try by captain Nili Latu.

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  8. Centre Mills has no regrets about leaving Gloucester for WarriorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 15 | Worcester News

    The 22-year-old back has made a positive impact in his two competitive appearances for Warriors since knee surgery. Mills almost scored a try on his Warriors' debut match at Moseley in the British and Irish Cup - his effort was ruled out by the referee due to a 'double movement'.

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  9. England vs South Africa: 'It all came together at just the right moment...,' says Jonny MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | The Independent

    Jonny May tells Chris Hewett why he was so relieved last weekend to score arguably the best ever try by an England wing Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies There may still be a few old-timers out there who recall Prince Obolensky, a Russian royal whose family skedaddled to these shores to avoid the Bolsheviks, showing the All Blacks a clean pair of unusually well-heeled heels at Twickenham in 1936.

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  10. Help Cirencester Willow Trust charity win 5,000 to take disabled and ill people on canal day tripsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    A CHARITY which takes disabled and seriously ill people on canal day trips is asking Standard readers to vote online and help them win A 5,000. The Willow Trust, based in Cirencester and Frampton-on-Severn, has been chosen as the Gloucestershire nomination for a potential A 5,000 award from Engage Mutual Assurance.

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  11. Get on board with the county council's transport teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    THE county council is looking for passenger transport operators in Gloucestershire and neighbouring counties to join its new transport buying pool. The council spends about A 20 million a year on public, community, home to school and other transport services and wants to hear from operators large and small that it can call on to fulfil these needs.

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  12. LV= Cup Weekend PreviewRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 7 | Sky Sports

    Much of the attention may be on the autumn internationals this weekend, but the LV= Cup again presents a prize opportunity for the Aviva Premiership's rising stars to showcase their talent and lay down a marker in the second round. After the thrills and spills of back-to-back weekends of Round 1, the eight Premiership sides in action over the weekend will be eager to keep their Anglo-Welsh Cup bid on track.

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  13. Gloucester swoop for RowanRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2014 | Sky Sports

    The 24-year-old captained Leeds to a third-place finish in the Greene King IPA Championship, but they missed out on promotion after losing to London Welsh in the play-offs. Rowan became the youngest-ever captain of Leeds when he was appointed in 2012, while he also skippered England Under-20s in the 2010 Junior World Championship in Argentina, leading a team that featured current Gloucester players Jonny May and Shaun Knight.

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  14. Vote for The Willow Trust to receive grantRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    A CHARITY which takes disabled and seriously ill people on canal day trips is asking SNJ readers to vote online to help it win a community funding award. The Willow Trust, based at Frampton-on-Severn, has been chosen as the Gloucestershire nomination for a potential A 5,000 award from Engage Mutual Assurance.

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  15. Police called to serious three vehivcle crash on the A417 at Crickley Hill last nightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 13 | Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard

    A Renault Megane registered to Middlesbrough, a Renault Modus registered to Bristol and a Ford Fiesta registered to Gloucester were involved, but nobody was seriously injured. Police tweeted from the scene that the accident was on the three lane section of Crickley Hill and that there was a lot of debris across the road.

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  16. Ikale Tahi to play United States this SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 12 | Matangi Tonga

    The Tonga Rugby Union has announced its team for this week's match-up against the United States Eagles at Kingsholm Stadium in Gloucester, England, this Saturday, November 15. The United States are also on high, having defeated Romania 27 - 17 last week.

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  17. Gloucestershire leads the way in helping the disabled into workRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 12 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    Sam Holliday FSB development manager for Gloucestershire and the West of England, Mark Owen chairman of the FSB in Gloucestershire and the West of England Region, Gloucester MP Richard Graham A MAJOR event aimed at helping to lift the barriers that prevent disabled people from getting into the workplace is being held on Friday, November 14. The seminar entitled, See the Ability Not the Disability, is being hosted by Gloucester MP Richard Graham and the Federation of Small Businesses and supported by Gloucestershire County Council . It will be held at Blackfriars, Ladybellgate Street, Gloucester on November 14th and guests will include the Minister for the Disabled Mark Harper, MP for the Forest of Dean.

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    Tuesday Nov 11 | This is Gloucestershire

    From left, Sam Holliday, FSB development manager for Gloucestershire and the West of England, Mark Owen, chairman, FSB in Gloucestershire and the West of England Region and Richard Graham, MP for Gloucester The chairman of the FSB in Gloucestershire and the West of England is issuing a rallying cry to the business community to get behind the See the Ability, Not the Disability seminar being held on Friday. The seminar is aimed at helping to lift the barriers that prevent disabled people from getting into the workplace.

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  19. Believe in Gloucester Awards: Meet the Retailer of the Year...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | This is Gloucestershire

    Dozens of retailers large and small go above and beyond to make an impact in Gloucester, from an independent traders and high street brands to market stall holders. Now, a selection have been chosen as finalists for a Believe in Gloucester Award for Retailer of the Year, sponsored by The Eastgate Shopping Centre.

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  20. Railcar stories were recordedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 10 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    My father was an engine driver, based at Brimscombe from 1949 until 1964 and drove the railcar for several years, until the end of the service. Our house stood on the hillside at Chalford, overlooking the station, and I remember watching the little railcar drawing into the station behind its high-domed engine, then travelling backwards on its return journey to Gloucester.

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