A man from Cheltenham is cycling from Seoul in South Korea all the way to Gloucestershire to raise money for the land mine charity MAGS.
Jack Bowlby was a pupil at independent school Cheltenham College when he took his own life.
Experts from the Health and Safety Executive say the cause of the gas explosion a year ago in Cheltenham will never be discovered.
There are delays of about 20 minutes to southbound trains arriving into Cheltenham Spa. This is because of a signalling problem at Birmingham New Street, which is also affecting other services in the Midlands.
Police in Gloucestershire are trying to trace the owners of a number of distinctive items seized from an address in Cheltenham.
They include ornaments, a silver platter, tankards, and statuettes.
It's thought they may have been stolen in a burglary.
Anyone who recognises any of the items should call Gloucestershire Police on 101 quoting incident number 139 of November 24.
Police are investigating a serious sexual assault in Cheltenham over the weekend.
A woman was assaulted in an alley off Gloucester Road near a primary school on Saturday evening.
Her attacker is described as a white man in his 20s, 5'8" tall with brown hair, wearing a black coat with silver or grey lining.
An inquest into the death of a schoolgirl who collapsed suddenly has ruled she died from natural causes.
The inquest heard how 11 year old Megan White from Cheltenham had been "merry and laughing" with her friends at All Saints' Academy in the town. But she suddenly fell unwell and was rushed to a nearby hospital, where tests revealed she had suffered a small bleed on her brain.
– Gail Elliman, deputy coroner for Avon
Megan collapsed at school on January 13. She was taken to hospital where investigations showed a large bleed on her brain.
"She was transferred to Bristol Children's Hospital where despite treatment, she died on January 14. I am sorry that the experts have not been able to make it any clearer as to why this happened. She died of natural causes."
While she was in the emergency department, she had a larger bleed which caused her to go unconscious and at that point she was put on a breathing machine.
"She was taken to Frenchay Hospital and underwent neurosurgery. After that, unfortunately she was still showing signs of a very severe brain injury.
– Dr Margrid Shindler, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children
"This bleed occurred in an area very deep inside the brain where even a small bleed can cause a large amount of damage. We probably see two cases like this a year, where people come in with a small bleed then the second bleed occurs.
"Mostly, despite our best efforts, we are unable to save these children. It is very, very sad - going from someone who is quite normal to such devastating injury."
An inquest is being held into the death of an 11 year old schoolgirl who died after she collapsed at school in Cheltenham.
Megan White was spending her lunch break with friends when she suddenly suffered a brain haemorrhage. She was rushed to hospital but died the next day at Bristol Children's Hospital.
The biggest jump racing meeting of the Autumn gets underway at Cheltenham today. The three day Open meeting starts with Countryside Day which includes a range of displays and demonstrations including gun dogs in the paddock and the local hunt charging across the course.
No request has been made to the Attorney General's office for him to apply to the High Court to have the inquest verdict into the death of Gareth Williams quashed.
Today, after a two-year investigation, the Metropolitan Police concluded it is "most probable" that no-one else was present when the MI6 codebreaker died. An earlier inquest concluded Mr Williams was "probably" killed unlawfully.
Deputy Assistant Commissioner Martin Hewitt, of the Metropolitan Police, says there remains "gaps in understanding" regarding the death of MI6 worker Gareth Williams.
But he has concluded, following two years of investigation, that it is "most probable" that the codebreaker was alone at the time of his death.
Deputy Assistant Commissioner Martin Hewitt said MI6 worker Gareth Williams' death was "most probably" an accident, although he admitted: "No evidence has been identified to establish the full circumstances of Gareth's death beyond all reasonable doubt."
Mr Williams, a fitness enthusiast originally from Anglesey, was found in the bag in the bath at his flat in Pimlico on August 23, 2010.
Pathologists said he would have suffocated within three minutes if he was alive when he got inside the 32-inch by 19-inch holdall.
None of his DNA was found on the lock on the bag and his palm prints were not found on the rim of the bath.
However, Mr Hewitt said there was no evidence that the flat had been "deep-cleaned" to remove forensic traces and nothing to suggest a struggle or a break-in.
He said it was "beyond credibility" that the secret services had "pulled the wool" over his eyes.
"I do not believe that I have had the wool pulled over my eyes. I believe that what we are dealing with is a tragic unexplained death."
The family of Gareth Williams have said they are "naturally disappointed" it is not possible to state with certainty how the codebreaker died.
They said in a statement they back the coroner's verdict that Gareth was probably unlawfully killed over the latest police conclusions.
They said: "We consider that on the basis of the facts at present known the Coroner's verdict accurately reflects the circumstances of Gareth's death."
They added: "We still however remain very disappointed over the failure of his employers at MI6 to take even the most basic enquiries concerning Gareth's welfare when he failed to attend for work on the 16th August, 2010.
"We believe that if proper steps had been taken in the same manner as any reasonable employer would have undertaken further information relating to the cause of his death might have become apparent and not have been lost due to the length of time before Gareth's body was found."