Leaked plans show restaurants, bars, shops, flats and a cinema are planned for Portishead to replace thriving businesses at Old Mill Road.
An 18th century Persian tile which spent decades stored under its former owner’s bed has fetched almost £3,000 at auction.
Clevedon Pier will feature in a music film to raise awareness of people suffering from autism.
A Congresbury hotel has earned high praise from a panel of travel experts, being named as one of the best hotels in Europe.
The family of a budding midwife who was tragically killed while on a night out in Bristol have paid tribute to her ‘huge lust for life’.
One of the nation’s most recognisable musicians will be in Bristol later this year to perform.
A Clevedon singer will hold a concert to raise money for charity next week.
Wrestling is returning to North Somerset next month, and lucky Times readers will be able to win backstage passes to the event.
An award-winning poet will take his live show to Clevedon this month.
Salad Days has returned to Bath for the first time in 20 years.
Damp weather and low temperatures may have spoiled a few summer holidays this year – but they could also lead to a major health hazard in the shape of an invasion of rats.
A Clevedon man who sexually abused young children in the 1980s has been jailed for eight years and six months.
A care home employee from North Somerset will not face jail despite spying on a friend getting changed at work.
The following court cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse, near Weston-super-Mare, from June 9 to July 20:
A car park for parents taking youngsters to rugby matches could be built on the outskirts of a village.
Clevedon finished the season with defeat at Downend, ending up in second position overall.
Clevedon Town recorded a comfortable 3-1 victory over visitors Hallen.
A young inexperienced Clevedon side lost their opening league match against Okehampton.
Clevedon Ladies Rugby Club were joined by ex-England player Kim Oliver for an Inner Warrior Camp.
Armed police officers will patrol the streets of Avon and Somerset this week following the increase in international terrorism threat level
A supermarket’s desire to increase delivery hours in Portishead has been rejected, with councillors saying allowing early-morning and late-night lorries would ‘run roughshod’ over a generation of promises.
A performing arts school is giving two aspiring performers the chance to join for free.
The redevelopment of Yatton Library has been hailed as a success by staff and users.
North Somerset could be faced with an education ‘crisis’ in the next three years, with secondary school places set to run out by 2020.
Vulnerable children are waiting too long to get help from North Somerset Council and improvements are needed, inspectors have found.
A Clevedon out-of-school club has been putting on a variety of activities to keep children entertained during the summer holidays.
Racist abuse, drug use, and bullying led to more than 1,000 school exclusions in North Somerset over the past year, new figures have shown.
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