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Crime is falling in Windmill Hill, say police

Priority for police is stopping daily tide of rat-runners in Cambridge Street, Totterdown.. Read More


November 24 2018 Thumbnail Image

South Bristol community group with big ideas seeks new director to win backing from business

A South Bristol youth and community group with big ambitions is looking for a new director with business contacts to help it grow... Read More


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The Marsh Islanders of St Philips reunite as plans are laid for the future of the area

AS THE long-departed residents of St Philip’s met for a reunion, plans are being submitted for a new vision for the area. Two planning applications are now being considered – for a 4,000 capacity open-air music venue and a block of almost 800 homes. .. Read More


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Totterdown musician Kelvin's hoping for a perfect Christmas hit

KELVIN Lynch of Totterdown is one person of pension age who isn’t letting his retirement drift by in inactivity – he’s started a recording career. .. Read More


October 26 2018 Thumbnail Image

I'm building a bus so I can film wildlife in the freezer, says Windmill Hill filmmaker

A WINDMILL Hill filmmaker is about to build her own home – a conversion of an American school bus in which she will live and work in the wilds of Canada – and you can follow her on her journey .. Read More


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Mayors of England's city-regions meet in Bristol and ask for more spending power

West of England metro mayor hosts summit calling for Govt to give mayors more responsibility after Britain leaves EU .. Read More


October 26 2018 Thumbnail Image

World mayors debate migration – and Brexit – in Bristol

Government ignored Bristol and other core cities when we tried to speak up on Brexit, says Marvin Rees, while US mayor says not all Americans agree with Trump.. Read More


October 26 2018 Thumbnail Image

Ten-year celebration for Malago women who do so much more than make jam

MEMBERS of Malago WI are celebrating their 10th anniversary by throwing open their doors to a taster evening on Wednesday November 28. Anyone curious about what the WI get up is to is welcome at an evening of arts and crafts, tea and cakes and the chance to meet some new friendly people. .. Read More


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Team from the Co-op serve up something special for charity in sponsored walk

Knowle woman leads stores' effort to raise cash for Penny Brohn cancer charity.. Read More


October 26 2018 Thumbnail Image

Boxer Jane Couch helps homeless pensioner find new home in Knowle

A MAN IN his 70s who had been made homeless has been found a new home in Knowle after turning to his friend – the famous Bristol boxer Jane Crouch MBE... Read More