Feb 5, 2015: Gloucestershire's hopes of hosting games at the 2019 World Cup have taken a hit after Bristol council declined to approve their application for floodlight planning permission
Oct 30, 2014: Gloucestershire have applied to Bristol council for planning permission to erect floodlights at the county ground
Mar 29, 2013:
Jan 25, 2013: Gloucestershire's chief executive Tom Richardson, the driving force behind the development of their Bristol headquarters, will leave the club at the beginning of September
May 30, 2012: Gloucestershire's future in Bristol has been secured after planning permission for the development of Nevil Road was granted on appeal
Mar 7, 2012: Gloucestershire have drawn up revised development plans for their long-time headquarters at Nevil Road and their chief executive Tom Richardson has warned that they will leave Bristol if they are turned down.
Feb 22, 2012: Gloucestershire have appealed against the decision to reject planning permission to develop their Bristol home.
Jan 11, 2012: Gloucestershire have suffered a huge blow after the city council rejected plans to develop their homeground of Nevil Road in Bristol.
Nov 25, 2011: Somerset have announced the highest profit in their history of £408,000
Jul 27, 2009: Gloucestershire have unveiled an ambitious £10 million overhaul of the County Ground at Bristol, with seating for 20,000 spectators, as they attempt to secure their status as an international ground
England v India, 2nd ODI, Bristol
Aug 23, 2007: India have a few factors to consider while picking their XI - the pitch, which the curator feels is "a 300 wicket" and the size of the ground, which is conspicuously small
England v Australia, NatWest Series, Bristol
Jun 19, 2005: Bristol hosts a colourful occasion despite being a colourless ground
County news - Gloucestershire
Sep 28, 2004: Gloucestershire have bought their ground at Nevil Road in Bristol back from Royal & Sun Alliance, the landlords, who originally purchased it in 1976
Aug 31, 2001: Gloucestershire seamer Alistair Bressington was shot with an airgun during a second team match at the County Ground in Bristol on Wednesday
Jul 16, 2001: Gloucestershire County Cricket Club are pleased to announce that Sanderson Recruitment plc are the Sponsors of the Gloucestershire Gladiators v Somerset Sabres Floodlit Match on Tuesday 17th July
Jul 11, 2001: One-day kings Gloucestershire were beaten at the knockout stage of a cup competition for the first time in three years as Durham defeated them by three runs in a thrilling finish to the fourth-round tie at Bristol
Jun 10, 2001: One-day cricket may be a different ball game but today's Australia v England contest was bound to give the two teams a fair idea of what to expect in the Ashes Series
Jun 10, 2001: Captain Steve Waugh and Ian Harvey kept their cool to guide Australia to a five-wicket success over England in an exciting NatWest Series match at Bristol