Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

  • Issue 375 – 11 June 2015

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      This week’s stories include the launch of an investigation into how a man suffered a serious head injury while in police custody in Keynsham, an alert over a case of the rare parrot fever and celebrations to mark the births …

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  • Issue 374 – 04 June 2015

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    This week we report on the deaths of three well-known community figures in Keynsham, a promotion to the Treasury for Kingswood’s MP and the launch of Avon & Somerset’s summer drink and drug-drive crackdown Download Issue 374

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  • Issue 373 – 28 May 2015

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    Tributes are paid to former MP Jack Aspinwall whose funeral is on Friday. There are accusations of double standards over the new Digitech school in Warmley and when is 4.4m not 4.4m? When the bridge height restriction sign gives an …

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  • Issue 372 – 21 May 2015

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    Proposed changes to the 42 bus service are welcomed in Willsbridge and Cherry Garden. The Batch, Cadbury Heath’s new community facility is officially handed over and there is sadness at the news of the passing of former MP Jack Aspinwall. …

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  • Issue 371 – 14 May 2015

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    We have reaction to the election results, local and national, in our region. Avon Valley Railway stalwart Bob Hitchings MBE receives a final tribute as his funeral cortege starts with a train ride and the new Lyde Green Primary School …

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  • Issue 370 – 07 May 2015

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    Police are appealing for witnesses after a fatal accident on the Keynsham bypass involving a motorcyclist and a tractor. Campaigners for an elected mayor for B&NES have reached their first objective, having collected enough votes for a ‘yes/no’ referendum and …

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  • Issue 369 – 30 Apr 2015

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    Queen legend Brian May talks to St Brendan’s students about his Common Decency campaign. Saltford sex offender Philip Barlow receives a 30-month sentence but walks free from court and there are fears of another attempt to build on the Green Built …

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  • Issue 368 – 23 Apr 2015

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    There are problems at Willsbridge and Cherry Garden after the 42 bus service is re-routed.  An announcement on the MIU at Cossham Hospital will not now be made until after the election and road works to improve safety of Crews …

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  • Issue 367 – 16 Apr 2015

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    Keynsham’s Civic Centre has been shortlisted for a regional architecture award.  The family of murdered teenager Becky Watts are hoping to set up a foundation in her memory and there must be an election coming up – a ‘who’s who’ …

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  • Issue 366 – 09 Apr 2015

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    It’s been a busy Easter on the Election trail with the Prime Minister, Chancellor and Deputy Prime Minister all visiting the area. There’s more traffic disruption for Keynsham this week with overnight road closures planned for Bath Hill and Downend …

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