- The event is making a triumphant return after Massive Attack's homecoming gig in 2016
- Jasmine Pentland, who got the coin in her change, said the chipped edge feels similar to the rest of the coin
- One of the trees will now have to be cut down
- The Bristol millionaire gives way to local candidate - with a jibe about town's current MP
- Gloucestershire opener Chris Dent hits a century as Durham fall short of victory at Nevil Road.
- Letters from Caroline Lucas, Green MP for Brighton Pavilion; Dick Taverne, Lib Dem member of the House of Lords; Christopher Clayton of Waverton in Cheshire; and Rosemary Chamberlin of BristolMartin Robbins’ acerbic attack on progressive alliances (Tactical voting to beat the Tories: does the maths equal a coalition?, theguardian.com, 20 April) is both misinformed and misleading. For a start, he assumes that any alliances would be the only tactic used to beat the Conservatives when that&rs
Pensioner, 85, told rubbish won't be collected from his house – because walking up street is a ‘health and safety’ risk for bin menDavid Chisnall, who uses a pacemaker, was told he must move bins to the end of his street himself
Police investigating complaint about 40 Romanian bus drivers living in closed-down old people's homeCouncil chiefs passed on a complaint to the police about the conditions the drivers were living in
- Lancashire pull off a surprise first win of the season as James Anderson triggers a Somerset collapse at Old Trafford.
- But hospital chiefs said things have got better since the NHS counted the waiting times
- The shop has been closed since the robbery this afternoon
- People took to social media to express their confusion at loud bang which shook the town
- CCTV is released of missing Anna Lewis who was last seen in Bristol 10 days ago.
- £240,000 annual spending to control trees near roads could be cut to just £53,000
- Figures show people from the force's patch are more likely to have fallen victim than anywhere else in the country
- Charleen Downer was with her two-year-old son at the time
- Police say the 'reckless act' has had a huge impact on the Lawrence Weston community
One of Bristol's best state schools has been forced to ask parents for cash as Government funding cuts hitRedland Green School is one of many schools facing huge budget cuts and has been forced to ask parents for donations
- And don't forget the £1.50 booking fee
- Mayor wants to review whether it's the parks department or the binmen
- He did well on the first episode of the show - but his date was pure cringe
- Police say numerous enquiries have been carried out to trace him
- Along with Konstantin Stanislavski, Vsevelod Meyerhold was the leading theatrical innovator of the early 20th century, certainly in Russia and arguably the world. A victim of Stalin’s purges (he was shot in 1940), Meyerhold had anticipated the mid-century move away from naturalistic drama towards a theatre of performance, drawing on the tradition of circus and commedia dell’arte.His writings might well have remained unknown in the west had not a young British linguist, Edward Braun,
- Her disappearance is 'out of character' and concerns are growing
- "In my very humble opinion there's hardly anybody in any of the parties that you would put your life on the line for. We need somebody who's got a little bit of guts to get us all going" declared Brenda of Bristol to a BBC interviewer gauging reactions to the announcement by Prime Minister Theresa May that there would be a British general election on June 8. Brenda never expected that her off the cuff remarks would go viral as they did in the media.
- The luxury mansion which has its own heated pool, gym and bar has been knocked down to £2.495million
- We've had less than four per cent of our usual rain fall
- And don't get me started on the jam or cream first debate...
- There have been disputes over allocated spaces
- UKIP's manifesto calls for fines for Muslim women defying the ban, but Marvin Rees said Bristol would refuse to collect them
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