Having already set the tone as a paragon of Vorsprung durch Technik and a long-standing best seller, the Audi Q5 is to be replaced by an all-new successor that is set to make its world debut at the Paris Motor Show.
DEER PARK ARCHERS, based in Shurdington, have come away from the British Junior Indoor Championships at Stoneleigh Park today with three titles.
CHRIS Endsor, chief executive of Miller Homes, has welcomed last week’s Autumn Statement by chancellor Philip Hammond.
MALMESBURY VICS were held to a 0-0 draw at home by struggling Chippenham Park on Saturday.
Beaulieu’s season of Simply rallies ended last weekend, with the successful Simply Smart Rally. The number of visitors attending Simply rallies has risen by more than a third, from 7,500 in 2015 to 10,700 this year.
SINGER-songwriter Johnny Coppin will be performing songs from his new Christmas album All On A Winter's Night in Stroud and Cheltenham in December as part of his Christmas tour.
IT WAS with some concern that I read in last week’s Standard, the comments made by oral surgeon Greg Gerrard over the the campaign to keep Cirencester’s minor injuries unit open throughout the night.
COULD I, through your pages, sincerely thank those people in Cirencester who, on Sunday, November 27, came to my assistance when I became yet another victim of ‘invisible kerb syndrome’ in the Market Place.
The Ford Edge offers buyers of the brand’s Kuga SUV a larger more luxurious option to move on to. But can it also interest buyers whose £30,000 budget might otherwise be directed towards more familiar models?
LECHLADE Festival organisers have received a record number of applications from bands and performers for the 2017 music festival.
I RECENTLY visited Cirencester with a friend who is blind.
THE Cirencester Golf Club ladies' A team have won the Cotswold & District Ladies' Golf Alliance Division One, narrowly beating Cotswold Hills.
NEW Swindon signing Zach Wajtknecht admits he was surprised to be snapped up by Swindon – but has revealed how he’s determined to make the most of the opportunity.
JONNY MAY’S scrummaging days may be over, but Mike Brown insists England’s puppy-dog wing can continue vanishing for toilet breaks during training if he keeps scoring.
WHEN the final whistle sounded to bring an end to the league match with Wootton Bassett on November 26 it also concluded flanker Steve Brown’s playing involvement with Minety.
SIR HARRY Secombe and a television crew from HTV were in Malmesbury in 1991 to film a programme for the Sunday evening Highway series to be broadcast the following January.
A COTSWOLD hotel is set to host its biggest ever New Year’s Eve party following a recent £1 million refurbishment.
THE allegations made about alleged bullying at Romney House surgery have shocked many.
NARROW roads in the centre of rural villages are no place for lorries and Sherston is a testament to that.
RISING confidence in the UK’s property market has been emphasised once more by the increasing willingness of second-time buyers to make their next move up the ladder.
CHARITY CalAid are holding a Musical Evening and Auction next weekend at The Barn at Upcote in Withington.
IT IS VERY disturbing to see Dr Nehrig leaving the Romney House Surgery.
A PHILANTHROPIC group from Malmesbury who support countless local causes has appointed three new trustees to their team.
THERE will be free parking at Cirencester's Brewery Car Park every Sunday in December.
A COTSWOLD hotel has picked up an award in the prestigious Conde Nast Johansens Awards for Excellence.
MORRIS Men in the area have been raising money for a cause close to their hearts while they’ve been entertaining the crowds this year.
A BUSY route into Cirencester's Love Lane industrial estate will be resurfaced soon.
TWO well established artists Melvyn Warren-Smith and Kerry Phippen are joining artistic forces for an exhibition of drawings and paintings exploring an eclectic array of figurative subject matters at The Subscription Rooms in Stroud.
GLOUCESTERSHIRE Badger Trust (GBT) has welcomed a world renowned tropical field biologist and conservationist as its new patron.
A JEWELLERY shop in Cirencester was broken into last night with masked thieves making off with jewellery worth a ‘substantial amount’.