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From 'Gazette Series':

A CHILDREN’S cartoon series created by a florist from Shepperdine has celebrated the release of its first book with a special signing in Oldbury.

MORE THAN a third of houses of an under-construction housing development in Thornbury are set to be “affordable” thanks to a new multi-million pound deal.

THE BRIGHT weather from the past few days is set to continue as today offers plenty of sunshine.

POLICE are urging residents in Thornbury to make sure their vehicles are secure after a series of thefts in the past week.

PARENTS in Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire of children who have suffered burn injuries are being sought for an academic research project.

THIS MORNING will start with cloud and the odd spot of rain but will brighten up towards the afternoon.

FIREFIGHTERS rushed to tackle a fire at a Chinese restaurant in Thornbury last night.

SPEED CAMERAS are set to be introduced along the M32 motorway next month during roadworks to make way for the MetroBus network.

GLORIOUS sunny weather brought record numbers to the annual harvest fayre in Tockington on Saturday with hundreds in attendance.

A MAN who was arrested on suspicion of raping a woman at Frocester Beer Festival has been bailed by police.

STOP checks will soon be made on vehicles carrying waste along two major routes in South Gloucestershire by police and county council officers.

TODAY will start chilly in rural areas, with patches of mist and fog slowly clearing as the morning goes on.

FEARS for the future of green spaces across Thornbury and Alveston have been allayed following confirmation that they will be protected from development.

FIREFIGHTERS have said a car fire in Hallen yesterday afternoon was deliberately started.

IT will be a damp and grey start to the week, with outbreaks of mostly light rain set to linger through the day.

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