Portishead's former golf course could be allowed to go wild as part of plans to combat climate change and boost biodiversity.
Graffiti has been sprayed onto a village football club shelter's wall in Long Ashton.
Two men arrested on suspicion of wearing full-body suits and scaring pedestrians will face no further action.
Dozens of pupils are out of class after reports of a flu-like illness sweeping through a primary school.
Volunteers with Portishead Coastguard and RNLI rescued a swimmer from the water in the Bristol Channel yesterday (Monday).
A decision on Bristol Airport's major expansion bid will not be made this year.
Food festival organisers have confirmed dates for their events next year.
Call The Midwife star Helen George leads a new stage production of Daphne du Maurier's Gothic thriller My Cousin Rachel.
Paintings, sketches, ceramics and photography will be on display at an arts fair in Wrington later this month.
An Irish singer to host concert for first UK performance of the Wexford Carols in Wick St Lawrence.
A tale of a captivating love story set against the backdrop of the fall of the Berlin Wall will be performed on a Clevedon stage this month.
The Carpenters Experience will captivate the crowd at Portishead's Somerset Hall, in High Street next week, and some lucky readers can win free tickets.
The following court cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse, in St Georges, from October 9-28:
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from October 1-8:
A man accused of dumping hazardous waste into a quarry may have contaminated North Somerset's drinking water supply and caused £9billion in damage, a court has been told.
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from September 17 to October 1:
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from September 9-11:
Clevedon Town extended their winning run in the Toolstation Western League Premier Division with a 3-1 success at Wellington.
Ashton & Backwell fell to a 3-1 home defeat against a clinical Bishops Lydeard side in their Toolstation Western League Division One clash.
North Somerset AC youngsters were out in force at round two of the Gwent Cross-Country League at Pembrey Park, near Llanelli.
Improving North Somerset under-10s had mixed fortunes at the Avon mini festival on Sunday.
Somerset will start the next County Championship season with a 12-point penalty after being found guilty of breaching pitch regulations.
Yatton tasted defeat against Clevedon for a second week in successsion on Sunday.
Somerset County Cricket Club have announced captain Tom Abell has pledged his future to the side.
A team of 50 riders linked to a Congresbury business cycled almost 250 miles in a bid to raise thousands of pounds for charity.
Women in North Somerset take home £10,000 less than men on average, new gender pay gap figures have shown.
Nurses from a Clevedon care home have made it to the finals of the National British Care Awards.
A Clevedon firm has scooped Business of the Year award for the second year running.
An arts school has celebrated its fifth birthday by officially opening its new facilities.
A book with a collection of poems inspired by Clevedon has gone on sale.
An England international and an Olympian returned to their old school to honour its sports stars.
Gordano School is the best in North Somerset, according to Government league tables.
Gary Barlow's face has been popping up around Nailsea as staff and pupils raise awareness of their charity calendar.
Pupils and parents are holding a tabletop sale to raise money for St Nicholas Chantry Primary School in Clevedon.
Wizards and witches from Pill and Portishead came together with youth theatre group, Story Cellar, this October half-term to complete their training in Defence Against the Dark Arts.
Pupils in Wraxall went global in the name of sustainability.