A ‘true gentleman’ who served in the Royal Navy for almost 20 years has died suddenly at the age of 47.
A Pill couple are celebrated 60 years of marriage on Saturday.
Plans to alter a troublesome traffic junction will be discussed tonight (Wednesday).
Proposals to build thousands of new homes in Nailsea and Backwell cannot take place without investment in ‘extensive’ transport improvements, according to a senior North Somerset Council planner last week.
Households will see their council tax bills rise next year, assuming North Somerset Council members vote in favour of a proposed increase tonight (Tuesday) in Weston-super-Mare.
A village parish council will not change its tax precept for the next year.
The date has been announced for this year’s Clevedon Flower Show.
A Clevedon man is wanted for failing to answer police bail in relation to a theft.
Police are ‘failing’ crime victims with sub-standard recording, according to Her Majesty Inspectorate of Constabulary (HMIC).
The following court cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from January 23 to February 2:
Police hope the ‘tragic’ death of a Nailsea teenager by a motorist who was over the drink-drive will act as a reminder to people when they get behind the wheel.
A busy route which takes people to junction 19 of the M5 will be shut tomorrow (Tuesday) for emergency repairs.
A ‘dangerous’ driver who killed a Nailsea teenager has been jailed this lunchtime (Monday).
Plans by North Somerset Council to potentially close a community hall in Portishead have been met with dismay.
Nailsea town centre has received a welcome boost in the form of four new flats.
Clevedon Sailing Club is locked in a dispute over the ownership of a damaged slipway.
More refugee families could be given places to live in North Somerset.
A major rural road which connects two of North Somerset’s largest villages will be closed for six weeks.
Astronauts and constellations captured pupils’ imaginations as they learnt about space.
Disabled drivers are being unfairly disadvantaged by ‘confusion’ surrounding a bollard in the centre of Clevedon, according to a shop owner.
It is has been about a month since the Times helped launch a new photography website, and we have already been treated to a few beautiful pictures.
People in Congresbury are being asked to save their pennies in order to raise vital cash for a new village hall.
Plans to increase the number of members sitting on Portishead Town Council have suffered a setback.
Bins designed to stop litter being blown about have been installed.
Children at All Saints Primary School have been learning all about pirates in outer space.
One of the world’s most famous airlines is returning to Bristol Airport this summer.
A disability charity in Backwell is on the hunt for fundraisers to take part in the world’s first ever push and run event.
A motorbike ride in memory of a husband who died on the Portbury Hundred will be held again later this month.
Only half of households have signed up to the new green waste bin scheme which will be introduced in a fortnight’s time.
Families can enjoy becoming a detective on Sherlock’s Super Sleuth Mystery Trail at Tyntesfield.
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