Newsroom November 2016
Driving can be impaired by any amount of alcohol so drivers are urged to 'choose zero' to keep themselves and others from risk.
With Christmas just around the corner, Gloucestershire County Council is giving residents an early present by waiving parking charges this coming weekend.
A landlord from Gloucester has been found guilty for operating an unlicensed house in multiple occupation (HMO) and for not complying with management regulations.
Cirencester Library is inviting residents to join in with a host of festive events for families this December, including their Christmas tree lights switch on.
With the Elmbridge Court improvement scheme well under way, we've five facts that you might not know about the project.
With Christmas fast approaching sellers are being warned not to be tempted to make some extra money and risk a criminal record by selling fakes.
Following tragic events this weekend, Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service is urging people to check their smoke alarms.
The busy route into the Love Lane industrial estate area of Cirencester will be resurfaced next month.
Approximately 1800 square meters of the Fosseway and Station Road will be resurfaced from Monday 5th to Friday 9th December.
Next month the road from the Folly Lane junction in Hillersland will be fully resurfaced past Symonds Yat to the county boundary with Herefordshire.
Cirencester's Watermoor Lane and the junction where it meets Watermoor Road will be resurfaced this weekend.
The county's most talented young people and businesses have been celebrated at the fourth annual Grow Gloucestershire Showcase Awards.
A celebration has taken place to reward employees who have served 20 years with Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service.
More than 6000 square metres of road surface will be re-laid along Gloucester's Matson Lane next week.
Gloucestershire County Council's cabinet has today agreed to tender for a contractor to carry out this crucial investment work.
Across the UK, calls are being made for foster carers to help look after young asylum seekers, and Gloucestershire is now looking to do its part to help meet increased needs.
Plans to redevelop the Quayside and Blackfriars areas of Gloucester have taken an exciting step forward.
Gloucestershire Library service has been selected as a key partner in the future of growing businesses across the county as part of the expanding Growth Hub.
A D-Day veteran, who served Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service (GFRS) for 30 years, is being honoured by the French government.
Gloucestershire Safeguarding Adults Board is joining health, care and safety organisations across Gloucestershire to promote self care week.
Gloucestershire County Council's highways team will be carrying out the improvements later this month.
Gloucestershire County Council's cabinet is being asked to put an extra £500,000 of funding into the highways budget.
A smoother surface is on the way for the busy Forest of Dean road this autumn.
Cabinet members are being asked to approve plans to find a new provider of the county's Healthwatch service
At county council cabinet on Wednesday (16th November), councillors will discuss plans to improve the way vulnerable residents are supported to live at home.
Gloucestershire County Council has decided not to continue its bid for funding to build the A40 Gloucester Road westbound bus lane scheme at Benhall in Cheltenham.
Gloucestershire County Council's village and community agents service and Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group social prescribing service could be merged to provide a new streamlined service next year.
Gloucestershire County Council is looking to extend contracts to several different services that support people in vulnerable circumstances to achieve independent living.
Work will begin next week to carry out repairs on the A4151.
A car heading into Gloucester city centre last Thursday 3rd November was stopped and found to contain illegal tobacco.
Gloucestershire County Council is working with 2gether NHS Foundation Trust and other NHS Trusts to recruit to a range of roles.
Bonfire night is just around the corner and Gloucestershire Fire and Rescue Service (GFRS) are working with Gloucestershire County Council Trading Standards to help keep people safe.
This is an archived news story from November 2016. The consultation is no longer open.
Gloucestershire County Council and some schools across Gloucestershire are consulting on their proposed school admission policies between 1st November and 31st December 2016.
After listening to residents' feedback, Gloucestershire County Council is making changes to bus route 77 from 20th November.