Almost 150 people have died from coronavirus in North Somerset, according to figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

A man was rescued from a skip by firefighters at Backwell Recycling Centre.

A criminal investigation is underway after documents on trade talks were stolen from North Somerset MP Liam Fox’s email account.

A fundraiser has completed a 5km run every day for the past year for a children’s hospice in memory of his sister.

A telephone crisis service has helped to provide vital mental health support during the coronavirus outbreak.

A new specialist school in North Somerset for children with social, emotional and mental health needs has been approved by the Government.

Long Ashton and Gordano has had more deaths linked to the coronavirus than anywhere else in North Somerset, new figures show.

Police are appealing for help to trace a man in relation to an incident of public indecency in Clevedon.

Nearly two thirds of adults in North Somerset are overweight or obese, figures reveal, as the Government launches a strategy to slim down the nation’s waistlines.

Restrictions at North Somerset’s recycling centres have now been relaxed.

Leisure centres across North Somerset have begun reopening to the public.

A mother and daughter from Portishead have been making face masks to sell in aid of Children’s Hospice South West.

The end of the school year is drawing near, but many parents and their children will be left without the normal opportunity to say goodbye to the teachers who have made such a big difference.

Nailsea District Leg Club celebrated the fifth anniversary of its first drop-in clinic this month.

A popular sponsored walk which raises money for a number of charities will take place in October.

Play areas across North Somerset will reopen by Saturday.

Council leaders in North Somerset say the pandemic has exposed the ‘criminal way care workers have been undervalued’ and are calling for more money to be spent on adult social care.

A virtual fundraising challenge has raised more than £70,000 for a children’s charity.

Play areas in North Somerset are not reopening due to ‘unrealistic’ Government guidelines.

Care home residents are being reunited with their loved ones after weeks apart in Nailsea, thanks to a Covid-19 proof visitors’ room.

North Somerset Council’s licensing team has been working with hospitality businesses to enable them to reopen safely this weekend.

Police are expecting a busy weekend as pubs and restaurants open for the first time in three months.

People in Nailsea who have been nurturing their gardens in lockdown can show off their skills in a virtual flower show.

Police officers paid tribute to a member of the Special Constabulary who died of coronavirus.

The number of coronavirus cases in North Somerset has almost doubled following the release of new data.

Charities and community groups in North Somerset can apply for grants enable them to continue supporting people during the pandemic.

A nature reserve has been closed to the public due to antisocial behaviour and visitors using the site as a toilet.

Extinction Rebellion (XR) held a protest in Nailsea to call for the Government to take action to address climate change.

Doctors fear people are not seeking help for medical conditions due to a huge drop in GP appointments in North Somerset.

A Clevedon telecomms company has been named best provider at the SME-News UK Enterprise Awards.

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