A Clevedon rugby player has been banned for four years after admitting taking steroids.
A pedestrian has died following a fatal crash in the early hours of this morning (Saturday).
Police are growing increasingly concerned about the welfare of a man who has not been seen since for more than two weeks.
The NHS will only pay for homeopathy treatments in ‘exceptionally circumstances’ after it stopped the free practice to help balance the books.
Yatton Rugby Club has begun talks with a developer about selling its ground for housing and moving to a new home.
With the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta almost ready to take the West Country by storm again, have you ever wanted to know what it is like to fly one?
The design of a proposed GP surgery is being tweaked in an effort to make it look ‘more rural’.
Detailed plans for new homes near a Congresbury garden centre have failed to impress.
Neighbours to an old factory site say they face a ‘life of misery’ if housing plans are passed.
Detailed plans for homes near a Congresbury garden centre have failed to impress.
Open air film screenings will take place in Clevedon and Portishead at the start of September.
Dull houses designed without any imagination should not be allowed in Yatton, according to one of its parish councillors.
Wessex Water will give a wildlife group £500 later today (Friday).
Police are trying to track down a man who should be recalled to prison.
A health service will run more of its operation from North Somerset Council’s offices in Clevedon in future.
The hot summer weather has not made gardening easy this year but it did not prevent a great show being put on at the weekend.
A farming family in Yatton have been inundated with offers from developers wanting to build homes on their land.
The final total raised at one of Portishead’s biggest annual charity events has been revealed.
A new batch of police community support officers (PCSOs) could soon be out on North Somerset’s streets.
Two men will represent Yatton with a World War One-inspired pilgrimage to France and Belgium.
The following court cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse near Weston-super-Mare from May 9-16:
A public meeting will be held this week over plans to open a primary school in Yatton.
A disused factory will be torn down and more than 75 houses built in its place, if planning permission is granted.
A father, spurred on by the memory of his daughter who died eight years ago, has managed to raise more than £100,000 for charity.
Roadworks planned for this weekend have been postponed for a second consecutive week due to hot weather – and now they will not happen for about nine months.
Nailsea teenagers had the chance to relax and enjoy themselves after a long exams period on Friday evening.
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse in St Georges near Weston on April 12 to May 9.
Roadworks which were due to take place this weekend have been postponed – because it is expected to be too hot.
Eyes were cast skywards at the weekend as a model air show drew a large crowd of people to Yatton.
There is no prospect of Weston General Hospital’s A&E opening 24/7 any time soon, despite significant improvements in improving safety.
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