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.
A doctor’s surgery will be built on the edge of Congresbury after councillors finally accepted the plans.
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’.
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.
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.
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.
Plans to install more than 1,000 solar panels in an industrial estate have been put forward.
One of North Somerset’s most popular attractions could be set for a £350,000 makeover.
Plans to build six homes in Kenn have been rejected on appeal for the second time by North Somerset Council.
People will have the chance to voice their opinion on the Bristol Airport expansion plans at two public meetings.
Demolition plans for Portishead’s industrial hub would ‘seriously exacerbate’ issues on the town’s roads, according to travel experts.
Plans for dozens of homes, a doctor’s surgery and the storage of hazardous substances will be decided on by councillors tomorrow (Wednesday).
Sunday opening hours are set to double at two libraries this weekend.
An appeal for volunteers to lead a number of group walks has been launched by North Somerset Council (NSC).
More than 5,000 people in North Somerset benefited from vital support services run by Age UK last year.
A life-changing network for people with mental health problems has had its contract extended for two years.
Plans for a 24-hour petrol station at a decaying pub site have been scrapped, but bosses hope the scheme progresses in a new guise.
First Bus has blamed changes to a commuter route which travels through Portishead’s marina on ‘badly-parked cars’, despite double yellow lines designed to reduce traffic problems being painted just a fortnight ago.
Changes to the timetable for North Somerset’s mobile library will take place next week.
An extra £4million will be spent on caring for elderly people next year.
A district-wide appeal has been launched to find new foster parents who can take care of children.
A consultation on top-up funding for pupils with special educational needs could have a significant impact on the distribution of resources.
Councillors in Nailsea want to open up a former coal mine up to the public to enable visitors to learn more about the town’s heritage.
Plans for a retirement village were met with concerns and demands for more affordable housing at a Clevedon meeting.
Gym and pool improvements have begun at a Clevedon leisure centre costing more than £100,000.
Uncertainty surrounding the future of a Portishead ‘community asset’ has been resolved after the keys to the building were handed to a church group.
‘Luxury’ lodges fitted with balconies and hot tubs could soon be overlooking the tees, fairways and greens at a Congresbury golf club, which continues to go ‘from strength to strength’ off the course.
Organisations in North Somerset have walked away with accolades at a prestigious travel awards ceremony.
Councillors in Nailsea are frustrated their attempts to spend money on improvements to the town have fallen on deaf ears.
Views from town and parish councils are being sought as North Somerset Council begins its long-awaited parking review.
Taxpayers will face more austerity measures as funding for North Somerset Council services is cut by almost £6million next year.
Students forced to use public transport to attend school are becoming stressed, anxious and late for lessons – according to a North Somerset headteacher.
A new chief executive to run North Somerset Council has been appointed.
Nailsea’s library service will continue to operate from its current base in Somerset Square – North Somerset Council has confirmed.
An £80,000 project to create a slipway at Portishead marina will be completed by the spring.
Plans to build almost 20 homes in an ‘incredibly important’ Portishead field have been criticised by a wildlife campaigner.
More collection vehicles, drivers and crew members have been recruited in a bid to improve the troubled waste and recycling service.
Scores of homes could be built in Nailsea and Portishead netting North Somerset Council millions of pounds.
A new vision to cope with ‘significant challenges’ in adult social care has been approved by North Somerset Council.
A councillor says he is concerned about the growing demand for special educational needs provision among children in North Somerset.
Improvements to the motorway and a major A-road are being sought by North Somerset Council after it agreed to join a new transport body.
Vital support for victims of domestic violence will continue, thanks to a partnership between Liverty and North Somerset Council.
A wildlife haven which was home to nesting birds and frogs in Portishead has been ‘levelled’.
North Somerset libraries are looking for volunteers to take part in this year’s Summer Reading Challenge.
Dozens of litter bins have been removed from across North Somerset due to council ‘budget pressures’.
A ‘comprehensive’ review into playing fields is being carried out across North Somerset as it prepares for thousands of new homes to be built.
More than 100 cyclists have had their bikes registered to a national police database to avoid theft.
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