From 'Gazette Series':
THE CHIEF Secretary to the Treasury was given a tour of Thornbury Hospital today, following a second last-minute cancellation of Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.
A CONVICTED drug dealer, who was caught in South Gloucestershire, has been told today he must pay a half million pound confiscation order.
TODAY is the last day to register to vote in the general election.
CYBER crime police in the South West have re-issued warnings to businesses following last week’s ransomware attack.
THE Gazette’s Thornbury editorial team will be in the town centre this Thursday to meet readers and listen to their stories.
THE following list of roadworks will take place this week (Monday, May 22 - Sunday, May 28):
Turning drier, brighter and warmer for all this week
Jackson-Stops National Survey on the Election
Don’t let news of another election derail your property plans
CRICKET club members in Yate voted to fight to the bitter end to get compensation after their pavilion was destroyed, as reported in the Gazette in May 1987.
A JUNIOR squash club in Thornbury has been paid a special visit by the town’s mayor to help raise awareness for the activity.
MEDICAL staff in South Gloucestershire have been shortlisted for a prestigious national award.
COMMUNITY radio in Thornbury will soon be making a return to the airwaves.
Top 10 Lenders
PRIMETIME television fans were surprised this evening as Thornbury Castle was announced as the main prize in Britain’s Got Talent’s viewer competition.