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  1. Yellow weather warning as freezing dense fog set to roll in across SomersetRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Yeovil Express

    A YELLOW weather warning has been issued across Somerset with forecasters expecting areas of freezing, dense fog to roll in this evening. The Met Office warning said: "Areas of freezing fog, some dense, are expected to form again during Monday night and into Tuesday morning.

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  2. Community group plan to build 200 new homes in run down area of north BristolRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | This Is Bristol

    A community group has come up with plans to build 200 new homes in a rundown and poverty hit area of north Bristol. The Southmead Development Trust has drawn up the plans for the new houses and for the redevelopment of Glencoyne Square.

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    10 hrs ago | This Is Bristol

    CCTV cameras have been introduced in Hartcliffe Way while a one-way system and a diversion is in force while MetroBus roadworks are carried out. The move follows incidents of lorries flouting weight-restriction routes, speeding drivers and some vehicles driving through no-entry restrictions.

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  4. Jump on board Cathedrals Express steam train on nostalgic journey from Ely to Bath and BristolRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Ely Standard

    Jump on board The Cathedrals Express steam train as it embarks on a nostalgic journey from Ely to Bath and Bristol. Locals can take a nostalgic steam-hauled journey to the West Country on Tuesday March 7. The train will depart from Ely at around 7am, hauled initially by a vintage diesel engine, before making its way towards West London.

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  5. A bus stop on brand new South Bristol Link Road has already been vandalisedRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | This Is Bristol

    Vandals have trashed a bus stop installed on the new A 45 million South Bristol Link Road - just days after the route opened. The new congestion busting road, which provides a new road and rapid transport bus route between the A370 at Long Ashton and Hengrove Park, opened last Monday.

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  6. Thousands march in London 'solidarity' event after Donald Trump takes officeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 21 | Streatham Guardian

    Thousands of women and men descended on central London for a global "solidarity" march in the wake of the inauguration of US President Donald Trump. The Women's March on London is being held in conjunction with others taking place in cities across the world to promote women's and human rights.

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  7. Watch: These cute baby tortoises born near Bristol could... 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 20 | This Is Bristol

    A clutch of super-cute baby tortoises have hatched at a North Somerset tourist attraction - and they are expected to reach 100 years old. Five tiny Leopard Tortoises were hatched from incubation in the reptile house at Noah's Ark Zoo Farm in Wraxall.

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  8. Bristol bus fares going up AGAIN to 2 but cheaper contactless bank card payment is comingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 20 | This Is Bristol

    The cost of a single journey on Bristol's First Bus buses is going up AGAIN - to A 2, but only for those who pay the driver in cash. The cost of a single fare went up near the end of last year from A 1.50 to A 1.70, and now it is going up for the second time in six months - by another 30p to A 2. The cash fare for longer journeys of more than three miles is also going up, to A 3. But the cost of a single ticket if you use the new phone app will remain A 1.50 and A 2.50 and what's more - First Bus are bringing in a new system to allow people to pay with contactless bank cards, just like in London.

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  9. a Is this Bristol's most thrifty busker?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 19 | This Is Bristol

    Bristol is known for having a great music scene and wide pedestrianised shopping streets and public spaces like Broadmead, The Centre and the Harbourside turn into pop up music venue's. Take a walk and you may see buskers play an incredible and eclectic mix of different musical styles, from grunge rock to jazz and reggae to Indian music.

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  10. Team of the week: Cheltenham Tigers: Over 200 games in,... 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 18 | This is Gloucestershire

    "I was called up to the seniors in the autumn. And I have been there ever since for my sins!" In more than a decade, life has changed rather handsomely.

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  11. It soon won't look like this anymore - take a ride with us around Bristol's centreRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 18 | This Is Bristol

    The days are numbered when traffic uses the familiar figure-of-eight routes across The Centre which is being dramatically changed to make way for the MetroBuses. This video shows - footage which will be consigned to memory lane next month - how traffic currently crosses the heart of the city.

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  12. Good news for patients as BRI introduces unlimited visiting hoursRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 17 | This Is Bristol

    Patients will now be benefit from having their loved ones at their side around the clock at a number of hospitals after health chiefs recognised their presence can result in a faster recovery. Loved ones will be able to visit between the hours of 8am and 9pm across most of University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust.

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  13. Why the new Link Road 'will bring 224 million boost to South Bristol'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 16 | This Is Bristol

    The new South Bristol Link Road opened fully to the public on Monday, and was heralded as a vital boost for everyone in the area. The road, which continues the A4174 ring road from Hengrove right across South Bristol to the A370 at Long Ashton, cost A 45 million to build and is also a key part of the new Metrobus scheme.

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  14. The UK city of Bath is considering a tourist taxRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 15 | The New Zealand Herald

    The historic city of Bath, in southwest England, could be the first place in the country to charge a tourist tax. Photo / 123RF Built around natural hotsprings, it's famous for the Roman-era bath houses that gave it its name, for its grand Georgian architecture, and for being the one-time home of literary icon Jane Austen.

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  15. D-Day for new South Bristol road as council changes... 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 13 | This Is Bristol

    It will be D-Day for drivers in South Bristol on Monday when the South Bristol Link Road opens for the first time - on the same day as the current main road, Hartcliffe Way, is dug up as part of the Metrobus scheme. The new road will open gradually overnight on Sunday, so that by Monday morning drivers will be able to drive from Hengrove roundabout all the way around to the Long Ashton bypass, completing the circle of the A4174 across South Bristol.

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  16. Government is about to make decision on expansion of The Mall at Cribbs CausewayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 12 | This Is Bristol

    A decision on whether to allow The Mall at Cribbs Causeway to nearly double in size is reportedly imminent after having been delayed in a Christmas backlog. The shopping centre's A 300 million expansion - which would see a new wing built in a development including dozens of new shops and restaurants, a hotel, a multi-storey car park and events plaza - was approved by South Gloucestershire Council in November.

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    Wednesday Jan 11 | This Is Bristol

    A one-way system in north Bristol which proved so unpopular residents covered the road in their underwear is to be scrapped later this month. Traffic will be able to travel in both directions in Stoke Lane for the first time in nearly seven months once the current system is lifted on January 28. MetroBus bosses confirmed the date at a trio of public meetings scheduled one after the other in Frenchay and Stoke Gifford today.

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  18. First census of the UK's live music scene plannedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 11 | BBC News

    The first ever census of the UK's live music scene will be held in March, it has been announced. In London, 35% of grassroots music venues have closed in the past eight years, while a report by UK Music found that 50% of Bristol's music venues were affected by development, noise or planning issues.

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  19. A38 shut in both directions at Bristol Airport after vehicle fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 10 | This Is Bristol

    The A38 is closed in both directions due to a vehicle fire, which is affecting traffic between the Downside Road and New Road junctions. The affected stretch includes all of the main road past the airport, from north of the main entrance to south of the Silver Zone parking area.

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    Tuesday Jan 10 | This Is Bristol

    Plans to allow The Mall at Cribbs Causeway to nearly double in size should be blocked as it could hit profits of smaller retailers - trading 23 miles away - according to an MP. John Penrose, Conservative MP for Weston-super-Mare, has written to Communities Secretary Sajid Javid calling on him to block the shopping centre's expansion which would see a new wing built, in a development which would include dozens of new shops and restaurants.

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