The online retail giant says it'll start recruiting engineers, specialists and managers ahead of the Severn Beach site opening in 2018.Read the full story ›
Dowty Propellers has announced plans for a new facility in the Gloucester area. It follows a devastating fire in February 2015.Read the full story ›
While Wimbledon may source its tennis balls from further afield there is a manufacturer in the heart of the West - the only one in BritainRead the full story ›
Workers at car giant BMW, which has a plant in Swindon, have voted overwhelmingly to accept a revised offer over the closure of their final salary pension scheme, ending the threat of more strikes.
Members of Unite, who make the Mini and Rolls-Royce cars, backed the offer by 81.5%. The workers took part in a series of strikes and had threatened more industrial action.
One farmer told ITV News he may give up his farm if he can't find enough workers to pick his crops.Read the full story ›
The hub cost £100 million to build and is the size of 14.5 football pitches.Read the full story ›
Auditors say the government has locked consumers into a "risky and expensive project" with uncertain strategic and economic benefits.Read the full story ›
Boris Johnson was in Yate today, visiting a start-up bakery business and creating his own confections as he joined staff in the kitchen.
On the Johnson menu - a dismissal of both the Liberal Democrat's plan for a second referendum and their electoral challenge in the region. He also cooked up his own new election battle cry, strong and stable has now been replaced by solid and sensible.
The Thornbury and Yate constituency in South Gloucestershire could be keenly contested on 8 June as the Conservatives took it, narrowly, from the Liberal Democrats in 2015.
Work is due to start on Exeter's new IKEA store, which is due to open in summer 2018 providing hundreds of jobsRead the full story ›
Actor Jeremy Irons visited Gloucester to back a report by campaigners opposed to a huge new waste incineratorRead the full story ›