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Hundreds join Cheltenham anti-abuse march

Hundreds of people have marched through the streets of Cheltenham to raise awareness of domestic violence.

Tonight's walk was being held in memory of hairdresser Hollie Gazzard, who was murdered by her ex-boyfriend in a knife attack earlier this year.

Her father Nick Gazzard has started a charity in her name to help victims of abuse and sexual violence.

Hundreds of people took part tonight. Credit: ITV News

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Dewani Judge to take two weeks to decide if trial continues

The Judge at the trial of Shrien Dewani, a businessman from Bristol accused of arranging the murder of his wife while on honeymoon in South Africa, will take almost two weeks to rule whether the trial should continue or not.

Today the judge questionned the prosecutors over their case against Shrien Dewani, pointing out that their main witnesses had all made 'mistakes' whilst giving evidence. Mr Dewani denies all the charges against him.

Steve Scott was in court.

Appeal for information after pensioner killed in bin lorry incident

Gloucestershire Police are appealing again for witnesses after a woman died after being hit by a bin lorry in Norton yesterday.

Officers are particularly keen to speak to a female dog walker who was seen on the same road at the time of the incident. Officers are urging her to come forward as she may have some vital information.

The incident happened in a private road leading to Gloucester Clay Shooting Club. The woman who died was aged 72 and lived locally.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact Gloucestershire Police on 101.

Appeal for help to find Swindon teenager

Jessica Horton is not thought to have cash or a mobile phone with her. Credit: Wiltshire Police

Police are appealing for information to help locate a teenage girl from Swindon.

Jessica Horton, 14, was last seen at her school shortly before 9:00 am yesterday (Monday 24 November 2014). She has not been heard from since.

Officers are very concerned for her welfare and ask her to make contact so they can make sure she is safe.

Jessica is around 5ft tall and was last seen wearing a navy blue jumper, skirt and quilted jacket. She was carrying an 'over the shoulder' bag but is not thought to have cash or a mobile phone with her.

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Police seek men after theft of sparkly reindeer

The sparkly reindeer is worth £250. Credit: Avon & Somerset Police

Police have released images of two men they want to speak to in connection with the theft of a sparkly reindeer in Taunton.

The men entered the Homesense store on Priory Fields at around midday on Monday 27 October and left with the large gold ornament without paying.

The glittery deer is worth £250.

Anyone who recognises the men should contact police. Credit: Avon & Somerset Police

Cheltenham Town Chairman: Yates departure 'hardest decision I've had to make'

The Chairman of Cheltenham Town Football Club has said in an interview that parting company with the team's Manager, Mark Yates, was the 'hardest decision' he's had to make.

Paul Baker released a video interview this morning confirming the decision.

Mark was understandably very upset and I was too. Everybody who knows him will have a lot of sadness with the decision we’ve had to take, but we have to look after the business and look at results and performances.

– Paul Baker, Chairman, Cheltenham Town FC
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