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15,000 copies distributed every week throughout East Bristol and North East Somerset.

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

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Police break up illegal and dangerous rave on railway

Police broke up an overnight illegal rave by the main Bristol to Bath railway line near Newton St Loe which at one point spilled over on to the tracks. Officers say up to 200 people were partying in muddy conditions …

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    How we voted in the EU Referendum

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    In line with the national result, the people of South Gloucestershire people backed Brexit, while B&NES and Bristol residents voted to remain in the EU. Nationally, with a turnout of just over 72%, 48% voted to Remain, 52% to leave, prompting this morning’s resignation …

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    75 jobs under threat as Amcor announces plans to close Warmley factory

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    The multi-national packaging company Amcor has announced plans to close its tobacco packaging factory in Warmley which would see 75 full-time workers lose their jobs. Amcor, whose headquarters are in Australia, says the plain packaging legislation which came into force …

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    Now council plans to keep part of Kingswood Civic Centre and lease surplus space

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    Kingswood Civic Centre may not be sold off after all. The threat of closure has been hanging over the building since last summer when the ruling Conservatives revealed plans to consolidate accommodation at South Gloucestershire Council’s Badminton Road offices near …

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    Missing Willsbridge woman found safe

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    Police said tonight that missing 22-year-old Willsbridge woman Bianca Mayell had been found safe and well. Earlier today they put out a public appeal for help in tracing Bianca and said they were growing “very concerned” for her welfare. They …

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