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Contractors’ financial crisis halts Keynsham town centre project

Work has been halted on highway works in Keynsham town centre because the company carrying out the £540,000 project has been hit by financial problems and the administrators have been called in, it has emerged. Since July, the building and …

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    No minor injuries unit planned for Cossham Hospital at this stage

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    A final decision on Cossham Hospital’s previously agreed minor injuries unit may not be made for another year which has been met with anger. South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group has published its report outlining plans for urgent care services – …

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    Brislington teenager charged with murder

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    A Brislington teenager appeared at Bristol Crown Court today charged with the murder of 18-year-old Melissa Mathieson in Knowle. Melissa was taken to Southmead Hospital on Monday 13th October with serious injuries and died last Thursday. Jason Conroy, also 18, of …

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    Urgent answers sought after Keynsham roadworks are stopped

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    Questions were being asked today about why contractors have downed tools on roadworks in Keynsham and Bath. Yate-based construction firm ERH Group has been carrying out works for B&NES Council as part of the redevelopment of Keynsham town centre, as …

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    Kingswood primary school hit by sickness bug reopens

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    A primary school in Kingswood reopened today after a Norovirus-type sickness bug closed it for two days last week. Two Mile Hill Primary School on the Kingsway closed at lunchtime last Thursday and remained closed on Friday to limit the spread …

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