STROUD Labour's vice-chair Debbie Hicks has been suspended from the party pending an internal investigation after her comments about the Manchester terror attack being 'wonderful timing for Theresa May'.
The attacker has not been officially named but investigators believe they know his identity.
STROUD Labour party vice-chairman Debbie Hicks has further apologised for her comments about the Manchester attack potentially being 'wonderful timing for Theresa May'.
AN electronic-cigarette store has been opened by a family in Stonehouse aiming to bring back further trade to the High Street.
DAVID Drew, Labour's MP candidate for Stroud in the upcoming General Election, has rebuffed comments made about the Manchester attacks by the party's vice chairman.
FROCESTER showed spirited resistance, but still slipped to a four- wicket defeat against arch-rivals Bath at Pounds Close on Saturday, writes Eric Woodmason.
GLOUCESTERSHIRE and Australia batsman Michael Klinger has urged parents to sign their children up for All Stars Cricket, the new programme for five-to-eight-year-olds.
FOLLOWING the terror attack in Manchester last night, which killed 22 people, political party candidates in Stroud have postponed their campaigns.
JACK COPE of Minchinhampton New Golf Club, is the Gloucestershire amateur champion at just 17.
FOREST Green Rovers (FGR) has officially become the world’s first vegan football club, after its plant-based menu was awarded the Vegan Trademark.
Following the terror attack in Manchester last night which killed 22 people, including children, police forces across the national have rallied together to support the city, including Gloucestershire's Constabulary.
CAGE football for kids, cycle riding and bowls will be among the activities available at a Sport Active Day in Stonehouse on Saturday.
POLITICIANS in Stroud have reacted to the tragic events in Manchester last night, and the main political parties have suspended election campaigning.
GEOFFREY Clifton-Brown and fellow Cotswold parliamentary candidates said they were shocked and saddened by news of the terrorist explosion in Manchester that killed 22 people.
DARK heavy cloud will settle over the Five Valley’s on Tuesday morning.
Twenty two people have died after a blast tore through crowds leaving a pop concert at Manchester Arena in a suspected terror attack.