Pupils enjoyed an exciting visit to the Houses of Parliament as part of their politics studies.
A vacant Portishead office block will become more than 20 homes.
A business has been ordered to pay more than £18,000 after 186 people contracted food poisoning after dining at a pub on Mother’s Day.
Two fundraisers from Portishead are encouraging people to sign up for a 205-mile cycle in aid of Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW).
A community rowing club celebrated the new year by launching its youth crew.
A rescue centre is raising money to help to pay for a sick kitten’s escalating veterinary bills.
The race to provide super-fast broadband to several villages in North Somerset is heating up as a second company has stepped up to offer the service to residents in Walton-in-Gordano.
A doctor’s surgery will be built on the edge of Congresbury after councillors finally accepted the plans.
Dozens of hardy people turned out at a beach clean in Portishead at the weekend.
A growing Somerset business, which is at the cutting edge of food innovation, has invested hundreds of thousands of pounds into a new base in a former village chapel.
A Portishead community group has launched a scheme which could see furniture and buildings made from plastic waste, with calls for the town to take more responsibility for its rubbish.
Plans to replace the Long Ashton Library with a café have been submitted to North Somerset Council (NSC), with people calling it a potential ‘community hub at the heart of the village’.
Highly-flammable fuel will continue to be stored just metres away from homes in Portishead after North Somerset Council approved a ‘previous planning oversight’.
Two Wrington drama clubs will take to the stage to perform Oliver! next week.
Dozens of revellers gathered with pots and pans at a community orchard in Pill to bless the trees and the coming harvest during the historic Somerset tradition of wassailing.
Bosses of an open air pool have vowed to make a Christmas event which proved immensely popular a ‘regular treat’, after almost 2,000 people took a dip at the lido.
The following cases were heard at North Somerset Courthouse from December 3-18:
A new skateboarding ramp in Portishead has proved a ‘great success’, and it is just the beginning according to the business which paid for it.
A class which introduces young children to the environment has been launched in Congresbury.
Nailsea town centre has a ‘bright future’ ahead, according to business experts.
Portishead supermarket shoppers raised almost £10,000 for a good cause last year.
Hundreds of people will take part in a winter walking trail next month.
A Wrington man can afford to attend his brother’s wedding after winning £10,000 in a competition.
Plans for the future of fire services in North Somerset have been revealed.
Councillors have changed their minds on a housing application which they rejected just one month ago.
Plans to build two homes in a village will go to appeal.
Health bosses in North Somerset are strengthening the services people can access in their communities.
Accident investigators have concluded a plane crashed at Bristol Airport in foggy conditions because the crew selected the wrong brake to use.
Villagers will flock to orchards in hope of blessing apple trees and encouraging a fruitful crop this weekend. But fear not if wassailing is not up your street, as there is plenty going on across North Somerset for you to enjoy.
A documentary telling the story of the Clevedon Skate Project will be aired alongside a popular coming-of-age movie.
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