From 'Gazette Series':
WHILE teaching a reception class can be fun, Wendy Boffin understands the responsibility of being one of the most influential people in a child’s educational experience.
The latest phone scam going round could scarily cost you hundreds of pounds - and you wouldn't even know until your bill came in.
AN ELDERLY man has died after a crash in Tetbury this morning.
A TENNIS club in Thornbury is opening its doors to the community next week in celebration of a £100,000 updates of its facilities.
TODAY will start chilly and breezy, but that will subside through the day, remaining largely dry and sunny, with the chance of an odd shower.
POLICE have expressed their delight in having a central base in Thornbury, as their new premises opened yesterday.
MOTORISTS are being advised to plan ahead if they are intending to use the A38 in Filton from next Tuesday, while essential roadworks are done.
AN ESTATE agent from Thornbury is celebrating being awarded with silver at a national awards, despite launching only 15 months ago.
A COMMUNITY transport charity is celebrating the chance to bring its service closer to the Thornbury area with the opening of its new offices.
AFTER a fine start to the day, with plenty of sunshine, it will turn cloudy through the afternoon, with rain and increasing wind arriving later on.
TWO SUSPECTED illegal immigrants have been arrested in Thornbury after being dropped off by a lorry on the edge of the town earlier today.
POLICE are hunting for an attempted champagne thief after an incident at a supermarket in Thornbury this morning.
THROUGHOUT the past week, the Gazette has previewed the seven candidates for the Avon and Somerset police and crime commissioner election on May 5. The final candidate in focus is Liberal Democrat candidate Paul Crossley.
THROUGHOUT this week, the Gazette has been previewing the seven candidates for the Avon and Somerset police and crime commissioner election on May 5. Today in focus is Labour candidate Kerry Barker.
RESIDENTS in South Gloucestershire are being urged to use NHS services wisely ahead of this week’s two-day junior doctor strike and early May bank holiday.