4 hrs ago | This Is Bristol
NATHAN Hill took a distinct liking to the Winterbourne track and bowling on the weekend, following up his 70 in a WEPL League win with a commanding unbeaten 132 the next day in a four-wicket victory in the Gloucestershire Cup.
8 hrs ago | This is Bath
A Bath pub which has been hosting live music events for more than 30 years has closed its doors for the last time.
12 hrs ago | Somerset County Gazette
Protesters Brian Larcombe, Keith Woodmason, Alan Wedderkopp, Eileen Zoers and Keith Zoers at the proposed development site on the edge of Taunton.
13 hrs ago | Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News
Graham and Gill Slocombe proudly wave the Seaside Award flag with Graham Newing and Rupert Garcia.
17 hrs ago | This is The West Country
More than 2,000 badgers will be killed within a 300sqkm pilot zone in a bid to tackle the effects of TB on the cattle farming industry.
18 hrs ago | Bridgwater Mercury
THIS mystery object in Bridgwater 's River Parrett has drawn the attention of crowds and the fire service today .
20 hrs ago | This Is Somerset
Maybrook Properties Ltd, owners of the Westway shopping centre, have submitted a planning application to Mendip District Council to extend and redevelop part of the centre.
A British town has faced fiery protest and even death threats over none other than the national flag of England after the local council has decided not to display it, with one of the councilors saying its links with the Crusades could offend Muslims.
A SUPPORT worker for Mencap in Minehead is calling on some individuals in the community to change their mindset towards people with learning disabilities.
A WARNING for motorists not to flick cigarette butts out of car windows has been issued by Sedgemoor District Council .
THE RSPCA is appealing for information after a dog was killed - possibly with a hammer - in a horrifying act of cruelty.
Nicky Lovell, who has 69 previous convictions, pleaded guilty to causing deaths of husband and wife Ross and Clare Simons Nicky Lovell, 38, who was jailed for 10 years and six months for killing Ross and Clare Simons by dangerous driving.
Roy Morgan Research If, as Winston Churchill once remarked, attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference, then Wellington, Auckland and the rest of New Zealand are diverse indeed.
Source: Roy Morgan Single Source , July 2010 - March 2013 . Base: New Zealand population aged 14+ Old-school rotary-dial telephones are fast becoming a distant memory for most Kiwis, judging by findings in the latest Roy Morgan State of the Nation New Zealand report.
You can tell a lot about a city by its public transport. Take Auckland and Wellington, for example.
Terry Wood, trustee of the Wayfarers, said they will be using Tacchi Morris Arts Centre for their New Year pantomime Jack in the Beanstalk, despite originally hoping to use the Brewhouse.
And i highlighted the exciting and significant developments taking place at J21 Enterprise Area as well as other investments such as at Dolphin Square, Weston College, Pure Offices and Weston Package.