A man accused of murdering his friend during an argument, tells a jury he acted in self defence.
Employees hold a demonstration against plans to close a factory which makes cardboard boxes for Weetabix.
A train firm starts a campaign to help reunite children with their lost teddy bears in time for Christmas.
In a letter to mark his retirement, the Bishop of Gloucester speaks of his "distressing" and "painful" last days in office.
A coroner describes illegal drug manufacturers as "a heinous blot on our civilisation" at the inquest into the death of a clubber in Manchester.
A mother says she begged police to arrest her son the day before he killed his ex-girlfriend.
Work has started to demolish an iconic building on the old GCHQ site at Oakley in Cheltenham.
Nine police officers, including Gloucestershire's chief constable, Suzette Davenport, will face no criminal charges over the investigation into the death of a man shot in an "execution-style" killing.
A private bidder is selected to take over the Defence Support Group, including the site at Ashchurch, currently run by the Ministry of Defence.
A former fast bowler becomes a bodybuilder
Newcastle secure an important home win against Gloucester, who fall to their third consecutive Premiership defeat.
Cheltenham Town winger Andy Haworth is made available for loan after failing to secure a first-team place.
Batsman Ian Cockbain earns a new contract at Gloucestershire to keep him at Nevil Road until 2017.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's League Two game between Cheltenham Town and Wycombe Wanderers.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Football Conference game between Dover Athletic and Forest Green Rovers.
Newly crowned Sportswoman of the Year Charlotte Dujardin and her horse Valegro will compete at Olympia next month.
Olympic, European and world dressage champion Charlotte Dujardin is named Sportswoman of the Year.
Cheltenham Town sign Peterborough United midfielder Kane Ferdinand on a two-month loan deal.
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