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    3 hrs ago | This is Gloucestershire

    At the hustings held at Brunswick Baptist Church in Southgate Street the seven candidates fighting to become the MP for Gloucester next month faced difficult questions regarding foreign aid, British farming and the national deficit. Conservative candidate Richard Graham, Labour's Sophy Gardner, Lib Dem Jeremy Hilton, UKIP's Richard Ford, Green Party candidate Jonathan Ingleby, Sue Powell from TUSC and George Ridgeon of the Monster Raving Loony Party all took turns to answer submitted questions in front of members of the public last night.

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  2. Plymouth one of the most Eurosceptic places in the UK, new survey...Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Plymouth Evening Herald

    More than 30 per cent of people in the city want to leave the European Union, the online study by Election Compass revealed. Across the UK, voters said they would overwhelmingly choose to remain in the European Union despite more than 40 per cent saying they want a referendum on whether or not to leave.

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  3. Woman left with attacker after car drives off in GloucesterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This is Gloucestershire

    The unnerving incident happened on Saturday, April 4, between 6pm and 10.15pm, when the woman ran on to Coney Hill Road and waved down a car and asked for help. Police would like to speak to a motorist who saw a woman run out into Coney Hill Road after she was assaulted - only to be convinced by her attacker she was OK and drove off.

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  4. Gloucestershire Police urge the public to be vigilant following a spate of car theftsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stroudnewsand Journal

    Gloucester, in particular, has experienced a number of offences of theft from cars across the city including Innsworth, Hucclecote, Brockworth and Quedgeley. Dave McFarlane, Senior Harm Reduction Advisor at Gloucestershire Police said:"Let's try and reduce the number of car break-ins by ensuring that we don't make it easy for criminals to damage cars and steal personal belongings."

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  5. RESCUE: SARA helped rescue a man adrift in ChepstowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | South Wales Argus

    SEVERN Area Rescue Association crews helped rescue a man adrift in a rowing boat and a sinking boat in Chepstow at the weekend. The crew from the Beachley Station also helped nine people who were in difficulty after walking on rocks in the River Severn with an incoming tide on Saturday afternoon.

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  6. The WI Inspiring WomenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    OUR April meeting was topsy turvy as we started with the speakers - Debbie and Kerry who are cheese and deli specialists from Waitrose in Stroud. Debbie explained that she had been with Waitrose for 21A1 2 years and Debbie had been there for almost 21 years.

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  7. The city of Gloucester clubs together for big clean upRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | This is Gloucestershire

    Thanks to the kind heartedness of 16 Gloucester groups and organisations, 245 volunteering hours were given to spruce up the city's streets. As part of the community action day held on Friday, March 20, primary school children, local businesses, charities and public sector partners collected 50 bin bags of rubbish from Gloucester Park, Aviation Gardens, the Cathedral precinct, Bull Lane, Lucy's Gardens, St John's Lane, The Quays, Longsmith Street, Ladybellgate Street, Richard's Wood, Hampden Way car park and the docks and canal area.

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  8. Fed up with your flat mates? It can be surprisingly cheap to rent a place of your ownRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Mirror.co.uk

    Dreaming of a one-bed flat? You could save a lot of money by putting up with your flat mates in some cities. But in others there's little to lose If you're sick of picking your flatmate's boxers off the teapot, it might be time to think about renting a flat of your own.

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  9. Plea change after hit-and-run deathRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Newsday

    A man who had denied causing the death of a cyclist in a hit-and-run crash in Gloucester has changed his plea. During the opening of a planned four-day trial at Bristol Crown Court, Tykeran Hamilton, 24, from Lysons Avenue, admitted three charges.

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  10. Let the train take the strain on old time Easter holsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Black Country Bugle

    WE'VE just had our Easter break but back in 1954 the holiday fell at the end of the April. For most Black Country folk wanting to get away to the seaside for a well-earned break, there was really only one way to go by train.

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  11. Stonehouse News with Lesley WilliamsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    The Outdoor Gym. Did you know that Stonehouse now has its own outdoor gym? It is on the Laburnum Field alongside the children's play area.

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  12. The only English flag left in Europe this season is Gloucester's cherry and whiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | The Independent

    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 Gloucester might be tempted to settle for being the last English team standing in Europe, having spent last season flat on their faces and much of this one on their knees.

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  13. Family Life with Sandra: An ode to the beautiful canal, an enduring tribute to geniusRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    I HAVE been privileged to live on the side of the Gloucester-Sharpness canal for more than two decades now, yet first thing every morning when I take the dogs for a walk along the tow path I am reminded just how beautiful a place it is. At this time of year, the birds in the trees are tweeting madly , and the ducks and swans on the canal are pairing up.

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  14. The Fifties food experience at The Cotswold DinerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Apr 19 | This is Gloucestershire

    DINING experiences don't come much more out of the ordinary than eating a full English breakfast while gazing over the rolling Cotswolds countryside from the comfort of a converted bus. Neil and Maria Thomas haven't looked back since replacing their roadside butty waggon with a 1950s-style diner created in a decommissioned Stagecoach vehicle.

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    Sunday Apr 19 | This is Gloucestershire

    Patients being rushed to hospital could be put at risk by a shaky journey in an ambulance caused by potholes in Gloucester, motorists claim. Calls have been made for the junction of London Road and Great Western Road to be properly resurfaced one and for all so emergency vehicles and the welfare of patients is not compromises.

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  16. Last chance to have your say on plans for 1,500 homes in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | This is Gloucestershire

    Isabel Fielden, from Save Gloucestershire Green Belt, is calling on residents to co-sign a formal submission to the planning inspector The controversial Joint Core Strategy - the county's housing blueprint which sets out plans for 33,000 new homes - goes to an independent planning inspector for review next month. It includes plans for 1,584 homes across two green belt sites in Churchdown and 3,000 homes in nearby Innsworth.

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  17. 9 things to be proud of if you live in GloucesterRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 18 | This is Gloucestershire

    Not every city can say it has a shop which sells cauldron and 'spells' as well as offering tarot readings and courses in witchcraft and 'power thinking' We also have seriously strong links to Beatrix Potter; the English author, illustrator and natural scientist. She created the character we all know and love, the Tailor of Gloucester St Mary de Crypt Church, Southgate Street, is an Anglican Church which was first recorded in 1140 as The Church of the Blessed Mary within Southgate.

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  18. Edinburgh 45-16 DragonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | BBC News

    With the visitors penned into their own half, Stuart McInally and Tim Visser ran in first-half scores as Edinburgh reached the interval 21-9 ahead. Edinburgh will contest their first European final in London on 1 May against either Gloucester or Exeter, with the English Premiership rivals meeting at Kingsholm on Saturday.

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  19. Cards, cash and keys stolen from woman's purse as she lay unconsciousRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | Gazette Series

    GLOUCESTERSHIRE Constabulary are appealing for help in identifying a man and woman following an incident in Bristol Road. At around 9.30pm on Monday 2nd March a woman was found unconscious on Bristol Road at the junction with Stroud Road.

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  20. Stroud Through the Years: Looking back at the news from bygone erasRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    The Stroud News and Journal has launched a new feature where we take a look back at news from bygone years. This week, Stroud Through the Years focused on the news in the SNJ from mid April in 1965, 75, 85, 95 and 2005.

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