Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

  • THE WEEK

    Issue 435 – 11 Aug 2016

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    Anger continues to mount against First over its bus cuts and MD James Freeman is due to attend a public meeting in Kingswood. Time is running out for a Saltford children’s charity which is desperately seeking funding to keep going …

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    Issue 434 – 04 Aug 2016

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    There’s more fall-out from First’s planned bus cuts in the area and accusations that “privatised public transport” has failed the community once more. Students from Wellsway School in Keynsham got more than they bargained for on an end of term …

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    Issue 433 – 28 Jul 2016

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    Anger grows as the full extent of First’s latest rounds of bus cuts begins to filter through. Communities in Keynsham, Oldland and North Common risk being isolated amid claims that promised consultation on local routes never took place. Ashley Yates, …

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    Issue 432 – 21 Jul 2016

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    The Prime Minister’s Cabinet reshuffle sees Kingswood MP Chris Skidmore appointed a Junior Minister at the Cabinet Office. First announce more service cuts, this time removing the 17a through Willsbridge and Oldland and over 1000 people sign a petition against …

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    Issue 431 – 14 Jul 2016

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    More trouble on the buses as First considers diverting the 37 service away from Bitton and Swineford to Keynsham. Curo says there are no plans to demolish and regenerate Tintagel Close in Keynsham and there is excitement as the route …

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    Issue 430 – 07 July 2016

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    The headteacher of a Staple Hill primary school is charged with making indecent images of children and voyeurism. Bristol, B&NES and South Gloucestershire councils all vote to move to the next stage of devolution by opening the plans to public …

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    Issue 429 – 30 Jun 2016

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    There’s fall-out to the Referendum result in our area as S. Glos votes out but Bristol and B&NES residents want to stay in the EU. ¬†Police break-up a potentially dangerous rave close to the mainline railway at Newton St Loe …

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    Issue 428 – 23 Jun 2016

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    75 jobs are to go as cigarette package printer Amcorp announces the closure of its plant in Warmley. Kingswood Civic Centre may not be sold after all as South Glos. council has a change of heart. Office jobs will still …

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    Issue 427 – 16 Jun 2016

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    The River Avon at Saltford claimed another victim after a young Bristol cricketer got into difficulties while swimming close to the weir. Members of the public in Keynsham got their chance to see plans for the refurbished leisure centre in …

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    Issue 426 – 09 Jun 2016

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    Plans for a ¬£7m refurbishment of Keynsham Leisure Centre are unveiled and a major clear-up has been under way at Avon Valley Wildlife & Adventure Park after intruders smashed their way in and escaped with a large haul of cash. …

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