The latest jobs figures for the South West show 137,000 people were unemployed in our region for the months May to July 2014. This is a slight increase on the previous quarter of February to April when 136,000 were out of work.
The unemployment rate has risen 0.1% to 5.0%, which is still one of the lowest rates it's been for the last 6 years.
Across the whole of the UK unemployment fell by 146,000 to 2.02million in the three months to the end of the July. The unemployment rate fell to 6.2%, its lowest rate since the September to November 2008.
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The husband of a Cheltenham woman who died taking part in a charity cycle ride has described her as "a wonderful mother who would do anything for anyone".
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A petition of 14,000 signatures will be handed to South Gloucestershire's health bosses - calling for a Minor Inuries Unit at Cossham Hospital.
People living in the area say closing the unit at Frenchay Hospital has left them with long distances to travel. A protest is expected at Kingswood Park later.
A decision over whether to allow a waste incinerator to be built at Javelin Park near Gloucester has been postponed.
The incinerator, which would burn household and commercial refuse instead of sending it to landfill, was turned down by Gloucestershire County Council's planning committee after protests from people living near the site. But the consortium behind the proposal appealed.
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles was to have given a decision today. But his department says that's has now been postponed until the end of November.
Avon and Somerset Police are carrying out safety checks on child car seats in South Gloucestershire today. Last year checks in the area found almost half of the seats were fitted incorrectly. Vehicles will be stopped at Thornbury Fire Station to reassure adults that they're fitted correctly.
Wiltshire Police's new control centre in Devizes will be opened officially later.
It has cost nearly £2 million and replaces the old one the force shared with the county's ambulance and fire services.
Both of those have set up their control rooms elsewhere.
A project to improve the health of children living in deprived areas of Bristol is underway.
Almost one in 10 children in the city are obese when they start primary school. Nearly 1 in 5 obese by the time they leave.
Academics and health experts are aim to improve health services in the community.
Employers across every region of the country are expecting to take on more people over the next three months except in the South West.
The figures come from the recruitment group Manpower UK. Heavy reliance on tourism and a jobs boom in recent years means growth in the South West has ground to a halt.
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