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March 28 2014

Ceilidh to raise cash for charity

A CEILIDH is being organised by local band, Lupercalia, in order to raise funds for CLIC Sargent - a charity that helps families dealing with childhood cancer... Read More


March 28 2014

Candidates get set for lively hustings

A QUESTION Time-style debate is being held for Bishopston candidates, who are standing in the next local elections, to introduce themselves and answer questions from voters... Read More


March 28 2014

Cake picks up Fairtrade award

A GLOUCESTER Road cake shop has picked up a silver award for its commitment to using Fairtrade products... Read More


March 28 2014

Work due to restart soon on baths redevelopment

THE council have announced a temporary delay to the new development on Gloucester Road, which is to encompass a health centre, library and apartments... Read More


March 28 2014

With this shop full of rings, I thee wed …

THE launch of a Gloucester Road jewellery shop wasn't just the start of a successful business venture, it also sparked romance between two close friends - and it was last month they decided to tie the knot... Read More


March 07 2014

Growing concerns for missing Bishopston man

CONCERNS are growing for a missing 22-year-old man from Bishopston. .. Read More


February 28 2014

Ardagh centre: sudden closure may do good

FRIENDS of Horfield Common remain hopeful about the future of its much-loved community venue, despite its recent controversial closure and reopening. .. Read More


February 28 2014

Storms hit city fish stocks

FEROCIOUS storms battering Britain's coastal regions have had a knock-on affect on fishmongers, says a local fish shop owner. .. Read More


February 28 2014

Why fewer women should be in prison

A REDLAND businesswoman has visited a prison in a bid to reduce women’s custodial sentences... Read More


February 28 2014

Bristol 'needs more women in public life'

TWO local councillors are striving towards fairer representation of women in Bristol, particularly in politics... Read More