A petition has been started in Clevedon to try to stop the closure of a ‘much-needed’ post office and shop.
A Clevedon teacher who made racist comments in a primary school class and on social media has been banned from the profession.
Police recorded nearly 60 gun offences in Avon and Somerset last year, Home Office data reveals.
Daredevils braved the cold waters of Marine Lake in Clevedon to raise money for Sport Relief.
North Somerset Council, along with one-third of other authorities in the country, are years ahead of the government’s food-waste schedule, a study suggests.
A housing developer is filing a formal complaint against Clevedon councillor Mark Crosby, claiming he failed to disclose a potential financial interest when he spoke out against its plans.
Following a highly successful West End run, Beautiful - The Carole King Musical, will be staged at the Bristol Hippodrome this month as part of a UK tour.
Villagers have criticised the ‘intermittent hours’ at Congresbury’s GP surgery while they wait for a new health centre to be built.
Former Strictly Come Dancing professional Kristina Rihanoff brings her new show to the Playhouse on February 12 as part of her 2020 UK tour.
A famous romantic comedy film will be screen at Clevedon’s cinema on Valentine’s Day.
A multi-billion-pound transport wish list, which will connect North Somerset with other areas in the South West, is set to be approved by councillors next month.
Noel Coward’s comedy Blithe Spirit will be staged at the Theatre Royal prior to its West End transfer.
Eloquent singer Brooke Bentham will be taking to the stage at the O2 Academy Bristol this Saturday.
A popular Broadway musical will be screened in a Clevedon cinema this week.
A Clevedon cinema will give a big thank you to people for their fundraising support with two free screenings in February.
Charges will be introduced in car parks in Clevedon, Nailsea and Portishead.
North Somerset Council can no longer afford to subsidise garden-waste collections when it is cutting frontline services.
Hundreds of North Somerset residents have pledged to take action against waste.
Bristol Airport has introduced an £100 fine for motorists who pick up or drop off anyone outside official parking areas zones.
The cold has set in but there is no excuse to not get active this winter with an online directory of community activities for people in North Somerset.
Tiles decorated by acclaimed artists and thespians have raised more than £22,000 for Curzon’s roof appeal.
Christmas is a time for eating with loved ones and the latest eat:Festival event on Saturday in Portishead will give you the opportunity to stock up on local produce to share and enjoy.
One of the most magical ballets of all, Swan Lake, is being performed in miniature by two professional ballet dancers in a co-production by Living Spit and Theatre Orchard.
Acclaimed by many as the greatest Hollywood musical ever made, the epic 1954 version BFI Musicals: A Star Is Born is being screened at the Curzon Cinema on December 12 and one lucky reader will win a pair of tickets to see it for free.
Love Saves The Day has secured a licence to bring nearly 40,000 revellers to Ashton Court in 2021.
People may not accept North Somerset Council’s rewilding plan and could take matters into their own hands.
A debate on climate change has exposed divisions between the leaders of three South West councils over Bristol Airport’s proposed expansion.
Council chiefs have been accused of a ‘scandalous dereliction of duty’ by failing to maintain the verges on the £45million South Bristol Link Road, near Long Ashton.
North Somerset’s MP ‘will not hesitate’ to call in plans to expand a special school onto green belt land in Clevedon if they are approved by councillors.
An autistic boy’s trip to school became ‘traumatic’ after the local authority decided to save money by putting him in a taxi with another pupil.