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.
Spy's family disagree with new police conclusion. They back coroner's view prob unlawfully killed. Again criticise MI6 failures after death
Reconsidering all the original evidence and following new lines of inquiry, police say there is still insufficient evidence to be definitive on the circumstances of Gareth Williams' death.
They say it is theoretically possible for a person to lock themselves in a bag with the sort of lock used.
There is no evidence to support the theory there was a forensic clean of fingerprints
There is no evidence of a third person in the flat
No evidence of forced entry
Police say they have had full support from security services and there is nothing to support the theory that Mr Williams' death was related to his work.
His interest in womens' clothes fuelled much speculation, they say, but the clothing had no bearing on the circumstances of his death.
Officers say Mr Williams was a very private person, who was close to his family and had few close friends. He was concientious and was a decent man with hobbies.
Police explained no evidence has been identified that could establish the full circumstances of Mr Williams' death beyond reasonable doubt.
They say, on balance, their probable conclusion is that no person was present when he died and there is insuffient new evidence to re-open an inquest.
There are no more active lines of inquiry but police say the case will remain under review.
Tickets for Michael McIntyre's gig at the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham sold out within half an hour today.
Thousands queued up to get tickets for the comedian who has played in front of crowds of 200,000 in London.
Theatre marketing manager David Allen said: The phone lines and website went into overdrive."
He added, "we are very excited to have Michael McIntyre here next week - it's a once in a lifetime opportunity.
"Demand for tickets was huge. We could have sold the show ten times over."
The former Gloucestershire coroner has admitted stealing money from dead people's estates, amounting to a £2 million fraud.
Alan Crickmore from Cheltenham has today pleaded guilty to 24 charges.
He was suspended from his post when the allegations were first made and has now resigned.
He's due to be sentenced next month.
A suicide crisis centre has opened in Cheltenham - the first of its kind in the entire country.
It's being run by a charity offering help to people who desperately need it, like Natalie Moulder who began to have suicidal thoughts after being involved in a road accident.
The Suicide Crisis Centre only helps people in Gloucestershire. You can find out more here or ring the crisis centre on 07975 974455.
People outside Gloucestershire with suicidal thoughts can contact Samaritans, Tel: 08457 90 90 90
The Cheltenham Literature Festival attracts many famous names from entertainment, sport, and politics.
Ken Goodwin has been at the opening day, and has met some of the bestselling authors, appearing over the 10 day event.
The children's author Julia Donaldson is at the first day of the Cheltenham Literature Festival.
The author, famous for The Gruffalo and many other children's books, says she is dubious about a new survey suggesting children are reading less books.
Findings from the latest Annual Literacy Survey carried out by The National Literacy Trust reveal children and young people are reading less, and more are embarrassed to be seen reading.
The author of the famous children's about an imaginary Gruffalo, Julia Donaldson has been signing books at the Cheltenham Literature Festival. The 10 day event began today.
The Cheltenham Literature Festival begins today. Over the next ten days it is expected to attract well over 100,000 people. Some of the biggest names in culture, politics and sport will be appearing, including Emma Thompson, Terry Wogan and Mary Berry.