A photographer has raised more than £3,000 for an animal sanctuary by photographing people’s dogs.

Tens of thousands will be spent on replacing traffic lights at a busy junction with work set to begin later in the month.

North Somerset’s mental health strategy has undergone a ‘rigorous review’ after reports revealed children living in care in the district were more likely to experience mental health difficulties than the rest of the UK.

‘Dramatic’ Government cuts will see searches for missing people ‘scaled back’ after police reach ‘breaking point’.

Plans for a 37-mile power line to be built through Portishead and Nailsea have moved a step forward with multi-million-pound contracts handed to firms.

Punk innovators The Specials will stop in Bristol when they embark on their 40th anniversary tour in the summer.

Bristol Airport’s runway has reopened after snow chaos caused flights to be grounded earlier in the day (Friday).

A parish council has called for the ‘brave sacrifice’ of its villagers to be recognised by restoring a 90-year-old war memorial which has fallen into disrepair.

Alarming figures reveal almost 30 per cent of year six children in Clevedon are overweight, with the number continuing to rise.

Bloc Party will perform a one-off show in Bristol in the summer.

A primary school has doubled its number of places after undergoing a £2million expansion.

Short film festival to visit Bristol

Thursday, January 24, 2019

A film festival showcasing short films from around the world will come to Bristol in February.

Women in North Somerset are being urged to attend ‘life-saving’ smear tests after figures revealed a quarter had missed their appointments.

Police say reports of a ‘green laser’ being aimed at planes taking-off from Bristol Airport could be investigated as ‘criminal assault’.

The Nailsea branch of Greggs has closed for three months to complete a major expansion that will see it double in size and look to improve the ‘food-on-the-go experience’.

Kenn homes rejected on appeal

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Plans to build six homes in Kenn have been rejected on appeal for the second time by North Somerset Council.

A theatrical adaptation of the 1988 film Rain Man, starring Tom Cruise and Dustin Hoffman, will be staged in Bath later this month.

Comedian Olga Koch will perform at Bristol’s Tobacco Factory later this month.

There are delays of more than 30 minutes on the M5 northbound near Clevedon this afternoon (Thursday) after a crash.

Changes to the timetable for North Somerset’s mobile library will take place next week.

Clevedon Coastguard Rescue Team was called to help a fallen person this morning (Friday).

A £1million house, due to be sold in a raffle, has not been given to the winning entrant as not enough tickets were sold.

Dreadzone to play at The Tropicana

Saturday, December 15, 2018

Dub pioneers Dreadzone have announced their tour date for Weston’s Tropicana.

American indie-rockers Death Cab For Cutie will perform in Bristol in the new year.

The quality of water off Clevedon Beach remains good, according to the Environment Agency.

The Zutons will perform an anniversary in Bristol next spring.

An Olivier Award nominated play will visit Bristol Hippodrome in February, 2019.

Bristol Hippodrome will host a sing-along screening of The Greatest Showman.

There was plenty of festive cheer at Long Ashton Village Community Centre this weekend where a Christmas fair was held to raise money for a Barrow Gurney animal sanctuary.

Villagers hosted a fun-filled Christmas fair in Congresbury over the weekend to raise money for the nation’s foodbanks.

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