Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

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    Issue 451 – 01 Dec 2016

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    A child is hurt in a collision with a vehicle at at trouble spot on Bath Hill in Keynsham – where locals have recently been voicing concerns over safety. There’s a big turn out in Whitchurch as the village mobilizes …

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    Issue 450 – 24 Nov 2016

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    A rogue builder who was jailed in 2013 for fraud has been jailed again after conning a Keynsham woman out of thousands of pounds for work he didn’t do. Hanham will go ahead with late night opening and the Christmas …

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    Issue 449 – 17 Nov 2016

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    The region comes to terms with the announcement to defer full electrification of the London to Bristol railway and questions the implications for MetroWest and Saltford station. Ofsted closes two nurseries following safeguarding concerns and permission is granted to turn …

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    Issue 448 – 10 Nov 2016

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    There are chaotic scenes at parish council meetings in Hanham as campaigners are ignored and library staffing cuts endorsed. Meanwhile, Tesco finally announces it will not proceed with its Hanham store and the land will be sold. Kingfisher Lodge is …

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    Issue 447 – 03 Nov 2016

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    An overturned cement mixer lorry creates chaos on the A4 and gridlocks roads in the Keynsham area for more than 7 hours. Staff stage a 24-hour walk out of Crown Post Offices in Kingswood and Keynsham and an Oldland Common …

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    Issue 446 – 27 Oct 2016

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    There’s confusion over Keynsham’s planned one-way system as the council flip-flops on a bus contraflow. In Kingswood, plans to move the Post Office into WH Smith have raised concerns over access and parking while on the buses, First announces fare …

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    Issue 445 – 20 Oct 2016

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    Oldland Common honours its most famous son – the radio astronomer Sir Bernard Lovell. The public now has its chance to comment on South Gloucestershire Council’s latest plans for library opening hours and there are concerns in Keynsham over road …

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    Issue 444 – 13 October 2016

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    Things are looking up for Warmley’s Rocking Horse Day Nursery after the council delayed eviction but there is uncertainty about what the future holds for B&NES’ library service. Also this week, plans for more than 300 homes in Fishponds have been unveiled …

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    Issue 443 – 06 Oct 2016

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    The four West of England councils are to publish plans for another 105,000 new houses by 2036 along with a £7.5bn investment in transport infrastructure. But it will mean building on the Green Belt in some areas and even more …

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    Issue 442 – 29 Sep 2016

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    Cadbury Heath Hall is the latest to experience the consequences of anti-social behaviour in the area. There’s a chance that the Rocking Horse Nursery at the Grange School in Warmley may be granted an extension to its lease while it …

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