A quarter of a century after shooting to fame with the world's worst Olympic ski jump, Eddie "The Eagle" Edwards is to make a comeback
Students at the National Star College in Gloucestershire explain how they feel on the UN International Day of Persons With Disabilities.
The Government says the badger cull in Gloucestershire killed just over half the original target but may extend policy next year
One lane closed due to strong winds and restrictions on M48 Severn Bridge between J1 A403 / B4461 (Aust) and J2 A466 (Chepstow).
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.
Youngsters at the National Star College in Cheltenham have been celebrating the United Nations Day of Persons of Disabilities. Students and staff have held discussion groups about disabled people in society, and their hopes and frustrations.
Today is the United Nations International Day of Persons With Disabilities. The theme this year is 'Break Barriers, Open Doors for an inclusive society and development for all.'
The National Star College in Gloucestershire has been marking the day with discussion forums with students and staff.
They've been talking about disabled people in society, and their hopes, dreams, fears, and frustrations.
A Gloucestershire-based helicopter firm is helping police investigations into the fatal crash in Glasgow.
Bond Air Service, at Gloucestershire Airport at Staverton, supplied the police helicopter that crashed into a pub on Friday, killing at least nine people.
The remains of the three tonne helicopter have now been removed from the scene allowing rescue workers to continue their search of the building. The wreckage of the helicopter will be examined later
The badger cull extension in Gloucestershire has been hailed a success by the Government. In a statement from DEFRA (Dept. of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs), the Government said the five-week cull extension has seen 'significant' numbers of badgers removed.
This is despite the extension ending early, because not enough badgers had been killed. Overall, the badger population was reduced by 40% in the cull zone, against the Government's original target of 70%.
As badger culling ended today a demonstration was held to protest against any attempts to try it again.
Protestors gathered in Bristol for the demo at midday - the moment the cull was officially called off. The animals were being killed to try to stop the spread of TB in cattle.
We spoke to protester Amanda Barrett: