Doctors are reassuring older people in North Somerset they are safe and welcome to go into GP surgeries during the coronavirus pandemic.
People are urged to seek medical help if they need to over the bank holiday weekend.
A volunteer group in Nailsea has helped thousands of people access support during the coronavirus pandemic.
Care sector experts warn homes could close unless they are given more support during the coronavirus pandemic.
A further six people have tested positive for coronavirus in North Somerset.
A further 12 cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Somerset.
A woman who suffers from asthma has made more than 400 headbands for NHS workers to help the fight against Covid-19.
Twenty more coronavirus cases were diagnosed in North Somerset over the weekend.
Arrangements for holding public meetings of North Somerset Council committees are changing.
A virtual ceremony was held to open the NHS Nightingale Hospital Bristol on Monday.
Another 13 cases of coronavirus have been diagnosed in North Somerset.
Coronavirus cases in the care sector are on the rise with 20 per cent of homes in North Somerset reporting outbreaks over a four-week period.
Royal Mail has announced Saturday letter deliveries will be temporarily suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Another 20 cases of coronavirus have been diagnosed in North Somerset.
A parish council is making sure its villagers are looked after during the coronavirus outbreak.
A health group is campaigning to find the hidden care heroes who are helping people stay safe and smiling during the coronavirus pandemic.
Mental health experts have come up with some tips to help people look after themselves during the pandemic.
The number of coronavirus cases recorded in North Somerset has risen by seven.
A Wraxall zoo has welcomed a new arrival during the coronavirus outbreak.
Nurses from Children’s Hospice South West (CHSW) are helping to relieve pressure on NHS staff by keeping children out of hospital during the pandemic.
At least four deaths linked to coronavirus in North Somerset may not be captured in official estimates, new figures suggest.
An education trade union has written a letter to the Prime Minister calling for ‘an end to unhelpful speculation’ on schools and colleges re-opening.
Children from Weston and Worle have made a special video to say thank you to key workers who are risking their lives to help others during the pandemic.
A drive-through coronavirus testing facility is to open at Bristol Airport as part of the Government’s drive to increase testing for key workers.
North Somerset Council has agreed a temporary increase to adult care provider fees to help them deal with the increased costs associated with Covid-19.
A hospital designed to specifically treat coronavirus patients from North Somerset will open this weekend.
More than 30 cases of coronavirus were diagnosed in North Somerset over the weekend.
Residents in Clevedon were treated to Amazing Grace from Christchurch’s bell tower to mark Easter Sunday.
A mental health trust has launched a 24-hour telephone support service for people who are struggling during the coronavirus pandemic.
Staff from Nailsea School have donated much-needed personal protective equipment (PPE) to healthcare workers across North Somerset.
Four more cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Somerset.
Congresbury’s GP surgery is being used as a hot site for coronavirus patients.
Pubs and breweries across North Somerset have adapted to continue to serve drinkers despite being closed under government instruction.
Councillors from across the political spectrum in North Somerset have joined together to praise council staff for all the work they are doing to keep vital services running.
One coronavirus death has been recorded at the Weston Area Health Trust in the past 24 hours, the latest official figures show.
The Government has announced additional help for people whose household income has been affected due to coronavirus.
Children eligible for free school meals will benefit from a national voucher scheme allowing them to continue to access meals while they stay at home.
The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in North Somerset has risen to 66.
Councillors in Nailsea have agreed to allocate up to £70,000 to support the effort to provide food and medicine to vulnerable people in the community.
North Somerset Council is offering help to anyone having difficulty paying their council tax during the coronavirus crisis.
The Times has compiled a list of useful numbers and websites to help people find the right support during the coronavirus lockdown.
As people are unable to visit loved ones during the lockdown, the Times is inviting readers to send in messages to cheer people up and let them know you are thinking of them.
Four more coronavirus cases were diagnosed in North Somerset yesterday (Monday).
A Nailsea couple are stranded on the other side of the world after their flights home were cancelled due to the coronavirus.
Care workers are in desperate need of masks, disposable gloves, aprons and hand sanitiser to protect them from coronavirus.
The number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in North Somerset has risen to 32.
Police and local authorities have been given new powers to take action against people and businesses who are not following lockdown rules.
A new support service has been launched by North Somerset Council to link people in need to the fantastic support being offered by communities.
Another case of coronavirus has been recorded in North Somerset, official figures show.