TIRED of shouting at the television unheard? Disillusioned with politics? Or excited about the prospect of a general election?
The first Doorstep Sport session at Clevedon’s YMCA attracted 11 children who had the chance to take part in a variety of activities.
OFSTED is planning on piloting double inspections in upcoming months, meaning North Somerset schools could have multiple inspections on the same day.
A NAILSEA woman whose weight ballooned after she was ridiculed for being over 20 stone is appealing for people to support a campaign to stamp out weight discrimination.
COMMUNITY media group Archant – which publishes the Times – has announced plans to support a major new property portal, OnTheMarket.com, which has gone live this week.
The Curzon Awards season is continuing with three award-nominated films being screened over the course of the next week.
ONE of the world’s most famous feminists will appear in a candid and enlightening show in Weston next month.
AFTER bringing a staggering number of huge headliners to the South West last year, Forestry Live has done it again – Paloma Faith is to deliver a woodland performance in the summer.
A ROUSING tale of perseverance against the odds will be screened by Portishead Film on February 6.
SHARP-EDGED comedy, probing wit and poignant moments are all offered in the latest show to be put on by the award-winning Portishead Players.
The following cases were completed at North Somerset Courthouse between November 28 and January 2:
A CLEVEDON woman faked her sick 83-year-old uncle’s signature to steal more than £10,000 from him over four months.
The following cases were completed at North Somerset Courthouse between November 7-26:
MUSIC, interviews and topical discussions have been filling the airwaves at Backwell School.
A POPULAR tale will be studied by youngsters in Portishead as part of their latest class topic.
SPORTING schoolchildren from across North Somerset competed against each other in a sports hall athletics tournament.
MONEY Makes the World Go Round was the theme of a week of maths challenges at a Portishead school.
A WESTON museum has been awarded £138,000 from the Coastal Communities Fund to restore a dilapidated historic structure.
A 12-HOUR NHS strike, due to take place today (Thursday), has been postponed.
A HARDWARE shop in Milton has been doing its bit for charity, by raising vital cash for the Blood Bikes.
‘UNIQUE’ historical monuments could be at risk unless thousands of pounds are raised to save them.
EAGLE-EYED shoppers in Weston town centre may have noticed a new shop appear recently.
Clevedon Town slipped to defeat at promotion-chasing Taunton.
An injury-time goal denied Ashton & Backwell victory at league leaders Barnstaple Town.
Nailsea United continued their inconsistent season with a 3-0 home defeat by Cutters Friday.
Nailsea Old Boys defeated Easton Mondays to keep their title challenge on track.
Clevedon United B won their 10th league game in a row, remaining unbeaten.
A SCHEME which could see up to £2million pumped into businesses in the South West has been approved by the Government.
A WINE produced at a North Somerset vineyard has been given an international award.
ONE lucky couple have been presented with a voucher for £500 after entering a competition put on by a Portishead firm.
AN INDEPENDENT North Somerset brewery has been bought by a pub chain.
WRESTLING fans are in for a treat this month when Saturday Night Slam! returns on January 31.
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