Back Issues in Bristol & NE Somerset - The Week In

  • Issue 669 – 10 Mar 2021

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    A man is charged with murder in Scotland following the disappearance of a Kingswood woman and her children. Parking restrictions on some roads in Kingswood cannot be legally enforced due to paperwork discrepancies and South Gloucestershire Council publishes its list …

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  • Issue 668 – 03 Mar 2021

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    Accusations of cover-ups and cowboy practice as the council discusses a Keynsham concrete business. B&NES Council is looking for a grant to buy 70 acres of Green Belt land and what happens next with the Hambrook junction traffic experiment? Download …

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  • Issue 667 – 24 Feb 2021

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    Plans are unveiled to redevelop the industrial estate off Marsham Way in Longwell Green. Bristol prepares for a clean air charging zone this autumn and could we see trams back on the streets of Bath soon? Download Issue 667

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  • Issue 666 – 17 Feb 2021

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    A new application goes in for a waste-to-energy power plant near Keynsham. There’s a positive take-up on surge testing in south and east Bristol. A plan to build tourist shepherds huts in Willsbridge is causing concern. Download Issue 666  

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  • Issue 665 – 10 Feb 2021

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    Community testing sites open following the discovery of a COVID-19 variant in parts of Bristol and South Gloucestershire. A man is arrested following a suspiscious death in Kingswood and local residents launch a petition to improve safety on Charlton Road …

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  • Issue 664 – 03 Feb 2021

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    Police warn of more ‘despicable’ COVID scams. A fire which damaged Pucklechurch Primary School at the weekend is thought to have been arson and Metro Mayor Tim Bowles faces continued pressure over Bristol Airport’s expansion plans. Download Issue 664  

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  • Issue 663 – 27 Jan 2021

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    The rate of COVID-19 infection continues to fall but concerns remain about high levels reported still in Keynsham and Kingswood. Police swoop on a house in Oldland Common as part of a regional drugs investigation and lockdown walkers are urged …

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  • Issue 662 – 20 Jan 2021

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    All the COVID-19 vaccination sites across our area are now up and running. Hundreds of people are severely unwell with the coronavirus in local hospitals and the situation is likely to worsen until the full effects of lockdown kick in. …

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  • Issue 661 – 13 Jan 2021

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    More vaccines arrive as COVID-19 figures continue to rise. Residents feel they have lost their voice in planning matters over the Asda petrol station in Longwell Green and this week celebrates the 10th anniversary of the last chocolate bar produced …

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  • Issue 660 – 06 Jan 2021

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    Here we go again with Lockdown 3. Schools are closed and many local businesses are forced to shut their doors again. There is good news for Kingswood with £12.5m funding to regenerate the town centre and tributes are paid to …

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