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Stonehouse man Michael Nobes, 34, told he faces 'almost inevitable' jail for head-butting ex-partner's new boyfriend

Stonehouse man Michael Nobes, 34, told he faces 'almost inevitable' jail for head-butting ex-partner's new boyfriend

A 34-YEAR-OLD Stonehouse man who head-butted his ex-partner’s new boyfriend, breaking his nose, was warned that he faces “almost inevitable” jail.

3:46pm Tuesday 6 October 2015

Very small and very large babies 'have worst hearing, vision and mental ability'

People near the top of the weight table at birth have the best outcomes in adulthood, a study showed

Being too light or heavy at birth can increase the risk of poorer hearing, vision and mental ability in middle age, a study has shown.

3:43pm Tuesday 6 October 2015

Cirencester Guides receive the Baden Powell Award

Left to right Carenza Macmillan, Jemma Craig, Emily Stamp, Tilly Postlethwaite

Four guides from 7 Cirencester Guides based in Chesterton received the highest award in guides by obtaining the Baden Powell Award.

3:41pm Tuesday 6 October 2015

Dragons ace Tyler Morgan can cope with Wallabies heat, says Wales coach Rob Howley

CHANCE TO SHINE: Dragons centre Tyler Morgan is in line for his third Test start for Wales against Australia on Saturday

NEWPORT Gwent Dragons youngster Tyler Morgan has been backed to rise to the occasion in Wales' key World Cup clash with Australia.

3:41pm Tuesday 6 October 2015

Tributes paid to Cotswold Farm Park founder Joe Henson MBE who died surrounded by family

Joe Henson

THE celebrated founder of Cotswold Farm Park has died after a short illness.

3:37pm Tuesday 6 October 2015

RUGBY: League leaders Bristol Saracens end Cirencester's unbeaten run

Local rugby

CIRENCESTER suffered their first defeat under director of rugby Andy Deacon when going down 43-19 to league leaders Bristol Saracens.

3:35pm Tuesday 6 October 2015

Unions hail tax credits after fall in households without work

TUC General Secretary Frances O'Grady hailed tax credits, saying the proportion of children in workless households nearly halved since 1996

A further fall in the number of households where no-one is in work shows the success of tax credits, according to unions.

3:34pm Tuesday 6 October 2015

Operation Yewtree detectives arrest 79-year-old man

The man was held in Essex by officers working on Operation Yewtree, Scotland Yard said

A 79-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of sexual offences by Operation Yewtree detectives, Scotland Yard said.

3:27pm Tuesday 6 October 2015

Does immigration force down wages for the low-paid?

Existing migrants are most likely to see their pay affected by immigration, a study says

Home Secretary Theresa May has told the Conservative Party conference that when immigration is too high, wages are "forced down even further" for people in low-paid jobs, while "some people are forced out of work altogether."

3:27pm Tuesday 6 October 2015

Wotton-under-Edge engineer awarded for inspiring children

Caroline Alliston and Richard Folkson

AN ENGINEER from Wotton-under-Edge has been awarded a prize for encouraging young people towards a career in in the field.

3:12pm Tuesday 6 October 2015
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