Gloucester's first game for three weeks ended with a 40-33 win over Newcastle. They cruised to a 30-point lead at one stage.
A widow from Gloucester is backing a campaign for tougher penalties for drivers who kill or injure people.
The parents of the Gloucester hairdress Hollie Gazzard have spoken for the first time about the loss of their daughter
Two Gloucester rugby players have been given temporary bans for their behaviour in the weekend derby match against Bath. Tavis Knoyle is banned for a month for punching Bath's Leroy Houston, and Seela Puafisi is out for a week for a dangerous tackle on Nick Abendanon.
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Two Gloucester players will appear before a disciplinary panel in London tomorrow (Wednesday) after the ugly scenes that marred the weekend's Premiership match against Bath.
Tavis Knoyle has been charged with striking Bath's Leroy Houston after the visitors were awarded a match-winning penalty try at Kingsholm. Sila Puafisi has been pulled up for committing a dangerous tackle on Nick Abendanon earlier in the game.
Abendanon, though, has been issued with the equivalent of a yellow card for his part in the brawl.
A burglar was forced to turn himself in by dialling 999 to get help after he fell forty feet and broke his leg and pelvis during a rooftop raid in Gloucester.
The 30-year-old was on the roof of the Fleece Hotel in Westgate Street when he fell while allegedly stealing lead piping and music equipment.
Paramedics located him at 5.45am on Saturday and he was taken to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital for treatment - and then arrested.
Police have now formally bailed him until June 16 and he remains in hospital being treated for his injuries.
– Gloucestershire police spokesman
Officers had to force entry to a secure area to get to the man, who is believed to have fallen around 12 metres.
He was taken to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital with a broken leg, suspected broken pelvis and possible broken nose.
Suspected stolen lead piping and music equipment were discovered nearby.
The Fleece Hotel has recently been put on the market by Gloucester City Council after standing empty and disused for more than ten years.
New figures show there's been an increase in the number of people who are choosing to cycle to work in Stroud and Cheltenham.
Data from the National Office of Statistics reveal that over the last 10 years the number of people using their bike to commute has increased by 14% in Stroud and 4% in Cheltenham.
But there has been a drop of 26% in the Cotswolds, 11% in the Forest of Dean, 7% in Tewkesbury, 5% in Gloucester with people choosing other forms of transport on their commute.
A former Bishop of Gloucester is due before Brighton magistrates later charged with misconduct in public office and indecent assault. The alleged offences occurred between 1977 and 1992 when the Right Reverend Peter Ball, now 82, was Bishop of Lewes.
Gloucester City Council is planning to camouflage buildings with cladding in order to improve the city centre for the Rugby World Cup in 2015. It has released some new artist's impressions of what they could look like. Ken Goodwin has been finding out what people think of them.
Around 90 jobs could go at Gloucestershire College.
It employs 1200 staff in Cheltenham, Gloucester, Tewkesbury and the Forest of the Dean. Senior managers are blaming national funding cuts to further education.
It's consulting with unions over the next month to find ways of reducing the job losses.
Several thousand pounds of cannabis has been seized in Gloucester.
Police say they found the haul after carrying out a search at a home in Stroud Road.
A 19-year old Gloucester man has been arrested on suspicion of possession with intent to supply class B drugs.He has been bailed to attend Gloucester police station on June 5, pending further inquiries.
A Gloucester rugby player gave a rival fan a nasty surpise after he invaded the pitch during their match in Exeter this weekend.
The Exeter Chiefs supporter ran onto the pitch during Gloucester's game at Sandy Park, but got a frosty welcome from Fly Half Freddie Burns, who dumped him to the ground. The man's celebrations proved premature, as Gloucester went on to win the match!