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Fury as giant McDonald’s Drive-Thru adverts go up around Fishponds

Campaigners who fought McDonald’s plans to open a Drive-Thru on Fishponds Road say the fast food giant has “thrown down the gauntlet” after putting up giant advertising posters in the area. McDonald’s hopes of building a two-storey Drive-Thru restaurant on …

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    Drivers from Keynsham and Redfield among the latest charged under Operation Tonic

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    Eight more people have been named and shamed today as part of Operation Tonic, Avon & Somerset police’s summer drink and drug-driving campaign.   The motorists charged include Louise Marita Hughes, 41, from Keynsham, and Adrejs Kaskins, 32, from Redfield. …

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    Melanie Road murder: Bristol man arrested

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    Police today said they had  made an arrest in connection with the murder of Melanie Road more than 30 years ago. A spokesman for Avon & Somerset police said: “A 63-year-old man from Bristol has been arrested on suspicion of …

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    More local drivers named and shamed

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    More drivers have been named and shamed as part of Avon & Somerset police’s Operation Tonic road safety campaign. In the fourth week of the summer crackdown, 21 motorists have been charged with drink-driving, including Jamie Sasa, 39, from Hillfields, …

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    Sun shines for South Gloucestershire’s Armed Forces Day

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    Armed Forces Day was celebrated in South Gloucestershire today with a parade through Staple Hill to Page Park for a drumhead ceremony. Among those taking part in the march, which set off from the Royal British Legion, were veterans, cadets, …

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