Experts from the Health and Safety Executive say the cause of the gas explosion a year ago in Cheltenham will never be discovered.
Eddie the Eagle was at the Weymouth Sea Life Park to open a bird of prey show and dive in a tank full of tropical sharks.
A Cheltenham businessman claims his plans for a rickshaw firm are being delayed by the council
A businessman who wants to start up a rickshaw business says he's still waiting for a licence from the council, more than a year after applying.
James Myer from Cheltenham says the delay has cost him a lot of money, and almost killed off his dream of starting the service in the town.
Our Gloucestershire Correspondent Ken Goodwin reports:
Around 200 jobs are to go in Gloucester following an announcement by owners of fashion brand SuperDry that it's moving its distribution centre to Staffordshire. SuperGroup says it has outgrown its current distribution facilities in Barnwood and Gloucester Business Park.
The move to Burton-on-Trent is expected to be completed by next spring. SuperGroup is to keep its head offices in Cheltenham.
Gloucestershire Police are investigating a spate of fires which broke out across the Cheltenham area.
Fire crews had to be called out to a barn and an outbuilding which were ablaze late yesterday evening.
Officers are looking into whether these incidents are linked to two car fires which had to be dealt with later on in the St Pauls area. These are being treating as arson.
One of the cars had been reported as stolen and the sat nav and stereo were taken from inside.
Police are urging anyone with information to call them on 101.
A team of young chefs from the National Star College in Cheltenham have made it through to the final of ITV's Food Glorious Food.
Star Bistro is a restaurant run by young people with physical, learning and behavioural difficulties. Their winning dish of Star Pimms Jelly was voted the favourite by a tough judging panel - 150 members of the WI.
They'll now go on to compete for the top prize of £20,000.
A teenager has been arrested in Cheltenham following a car chase in the early hours of this morning.
Police were called to a car park on Springbank Way just after 3am after receiving reports of two men acting suspiciously.
Officers attended but the driver failed to stop, which led to a short pursuit. The driver and passenger then attempted to jump from the slow moving car. One of the men ran from the scene but the other man became trapped between the vehicle and a fence.
The 17-year-old was taken to hospital for injuries to his legs. Following medical treatment the teenager was arrested on suspicion of burglary and theft. He currently remains in police custody.
The car, a silver Ford Focus, is believed to have been stolen from a home in Wilson Drive.
Nearly 1,000 homes in Cheltenham have been left without phonelines and internet connection after vandals cut underground cables. BT say it could be next weekend at the earliest that people are reconnected.
Grand National-winning rider Mick Fitzgerald has spoken of his sadness and of the risks involved in racing after it was revealed by the family of rider JT McNamara that the serious neck injury he suffered in a fall at the Cheltenham Festival has led to paralysis.
Leading amateur McNamara, 37, was injured when Galaxy Rock fell at the first fence in the Fulke Walwyn Kim Muir Challenge Cup and had to be airlifted to Bristol, where he remains, although plans are to be made for a transfer to Dublin in due course.
Fitzgerald told Sky Sports News: "It's a mixture of sadness, it's the end of a great career for a jockey who was an amateur and did it because he loved the game.
"When it happened at the time a sombre (mood) descended on Cheltenham, everyone had everything crossed and plenty of people were praying their worse fears wouldn't be realised.
"This is the end of a glittering career."
Cheltenham Racecourse has unveiled plans for a £45 million pound redevelopment at Prestbury Park. They include building a new grandstand and multi-tiered viewing platform for the parade ring. It's hoped work will start after the Festival meeting next March.
Police in Cheltenham are asking people to check cash machines for anything suspicious before taking out money.
It follows reports that a device may have been used on the cash points at Lloyds TSB and the NatWest in Bath Road last week.
There have been a number of complaints that they were keeping cards and that money had then been withdrawn from accounts. People who have been affected should contact Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040.
Gloucestershire Police has the following advice for cashpoint users:
- Be aware of others around you. If someone is behaving suspiciously cancel the transaction and use a different machine.
- If you notice anything unusual about the cash machine, do not use it and report it to the bank or the Police.
- Do not accept advice about using the cash point from strangers and never allow yourself to be distracted.
- Put your money and card away before leaving the cash machine.
- If the cash machine does not return your card, report its loss immediately to your card company.