Following the eviction of the people living at Yorkley Farm on 10 March police were called at just after 10am the following day to disturbances involving several people who had returned to the site.
Police arrested one man on suspicion of assault. Officers also advised those present that they were unlawfully on private land and should leave straight away.
A number of people on site refused to comply and some have now occupied the roof of a hut on the land.
During the day some of those on site were seen with weapons and behaving threateningly.
In order to ensure the safety of those present police officers remain on the scene. Efforts are continuing to resolve the situation.
A group of people who call themselves eco-farmers have been evicted from land near Lydney.
They've been occupying the derelict Yorkley Court Farm for more than three years, selling the goods they grow to the local community.
But the new owner of the land has sent in the bailiffs to demolish temporary structures and remove the occupiers. Last year a court ruled for them to leave the site.
Inspector Steve Chester from Gloucestershire Police explains why the eviction had to take place.
Gloucestershire Police made one arrest during the eviction.
A 28-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of obstructing a court bailiff in the execution of his duties and a breach of the peace. He remains in custody.
Action is being taken to crack-down on sloppy shepherding in the Forest of Dean.
Grazing is only permitted in woodland areas but residents say roaming sheep are wandering into villages causing damage to gardens and fouling on pavements.
The Forest of Dean council have conducted an investigation following complaints and has made recommendations include a Public Space Protection Order for Bream - making irresponsible shepherding an anti-social behaviour offence.
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A public health campaign is underway this week to alert people to the dangers of radon.
The naturally occurring gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer after smoking.
The Forest of Dean, the Cotswolds and Cheltenham are radon hotspots - but homes can be protected.
The sight of a boar's head nailed to a tree near Blakeney Hill Reservoir has sparked anger among wildlife protection groups - who say poaching in the Forest of Dean is an "epidemic".
The boar's head was put in the area of a popular family trail where people walk their dogs. It has been reported to the police and Forestry Commission.
Anti-boar-cull group Forest of Dean Wild Boar Cull Hunt Saboteurs have installed trail cameras in the area.
An elderly couple from the Forest of Dean say they've been left shaken after thieves broke into their home and stole war medals and cash.
The break-in happened in the village of Brockweir on Monday 27 July, while the couple were out.
The medals are from World War II and include the Burma Star, Defence Medal and War Medal.
A soft drink made in the Forest of Dean will no longer be sold by a major supermarket following concerns about child obesity.
Lunch-box sized cartons of Ribena, which is bottled in Coleford, have been banned by Tesco because of its sugar content.
The supermarket giant will continue to sell no-added sugar versions and cordial bottles.
Bath-based musician Van Morrison has been given a knighthood in the Queen's Birthday Honours. The singer-songwriter is known for shying away from publicity - but continues to perform at the age of 69.
1,163 people were honoured this year - 70% of those were recognised for their community work. Our reporter Caron Bell has been to meet two very different people from the region who've devoted their lives to helping people around them.
Scout leader Amir Cheema founded the 1st Bristol Muslim Scout Group - which led to a further 74 Muslim Scout groups across the country.
81 year old Edith Duberley from Ruardean in the Forest of Dean has been awarded a British Empire Medal for her community work.
Five men arrested in connection with the death of Gloucestershire man Shaun James have had their police bail extended until June.
Shaun, who was 32, was run over in Cinderford in December 2002. Following a review, police are now treating his death as murder.
A 60 year old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder, and four others on suspicion of conspiracy to murder.