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Local news as it happens, on line. Established in 2007.

Siobhan-Marie O'Connor

Double medal success for Siobhan

Bitton’s  Siobhan-Marie O’Connor picked up two silver medals at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow last night. The 18-year-old finished second in the 200m freestyle to Australian Junior Olympic champion Emma McKeon who won gold in a games record time. Siobhan …

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  • Cossham campaigner Reg Bennett

    Cossham minor injuries unit petition passes 4000 mark

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    Campaigners fighting for the promised minor injuries unit at Cossham have been out and about in east Bristol in the last few days and now have more than 4000 signatures. At the same time, Kingswood MP Chris Skidmore has raised …

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  • An early morning delivery caught on camera last week by Cllr Alan Hale

    Council powerless to stop Taylor Wimpey lorries

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    B&NES Council has said it can do nothing to prevent Taylor Wimpey lorries removing soil from the K2 Meadows development at whatever hours it wants, because no provision was made for this in the original planning application. Keynsham South ward …

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  • DTZ's updated sales brochure for Market Place

    Decision on name for Keynsham development to be reviewed

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    The decision to name the streets in the Keynsham Civic Centre development ‘Market Walk’ has been called in for examination by B&NES Council’s Planning & Transport Scrutiny Panel. At a meeting on Friday (25th July) they will decide whether or …

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    SBL to become part of Wellsway Multi-Academy Trust

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    The troubled Sir Bernard Lovell School at Oldland Common is to become part of the Keynsham-based Wellsway School Multi-Academy Trust. SBL was rated as inadequate by education watchdog Ofsted earlier this year, having previously been considered outstanding. Schools deemed to …

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