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  1. Determined teen keen to repay those helped her after railway line fallRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Basingstoke Gazette

    AFTER celebrating her last day of school with the glitz and glamour of her prom ,Tegan Mullings wanted to continue the celebrations. The 16-year-old former Everest Community Academy student travelled to Bournemouth on July 7, the day after her prom.


  2. Filigree's Bristol at Parkway Place now ready to open its doorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Manila Bulletin

    Filigree continues to live up to its promise of delivering projects on time and without compromise as it opens the doors of Bristol at Parkway Place, one of its high-end condominium projects that offer only the best in design, build quality, features, and amenities. Now ready for turnover, some of the country's most discriminating few-individuals who expect nothing less than highest standards-can have the 40-storey Bristol at Parkway Place as their prestige address when they get the keys to their respective units.


  3. Family builds a modern, 3-generational house in Golden ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 11 | Star Tribune

    When the 7-year-old Hanson twins want to spend time with their grandparents, they no longer have to travel to Louisiana. Now Grandma and Grandpa live just a few feet away.


  4. Ten things to do with the familyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 10 | Swindon Advertiser

    Enter the funny and magical world of a talented and professional magician whose unique style puts together a blend of comedy and magic suitable for ages 7-11. The Great Jaydini says his heroes and influences are The Marx Brothers, Tommy Cooper, Paul Daniels, Laurel and Hardy and Harry Houdini.


  5. Wales live breaking news plus traffic, weather and M4 updatesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 10 | IcNetwork

    You can contribute to the live blog by posting your comments below or you can also tweet us @WalesOnline to share the news that's breaking in your area. There has been a multi-vehicle accident on the A55 this morning.


  6. 15 weekend things to do around Colorado Springs: Vintage VWs, Subaru...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 8 | The Gazette

    VW buses line the parking lot in front of the Ivywild School and Bristol Brewing Company Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015, during the Buses at the Brewery event. Hear some of the best international street entertainers, those musicians, artists and dancers who work for tips, at Union Station Buskerfest on Saturday and Sunday.


  7. Bristol Balloon Fiesta 2018 road closures and diversionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 8 | This Is Bristol

    People living close to Bristol's Ashton Court Estate have been warned to expect travel delays and disruption this week, as a number of roads will be closed to accommodate the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta . The annual celebration of hot air ballooning returns to Ashton Court from August 9-12 and is expected to attract crowds of at least 100,000 people a day.


  8. FOOTBALL: Robins overwhelm Longwell Green in season openerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 6 |

    HOME WIN: Chard mayor Garry Shortland was at Zembard Lane on Saturday as the Robins beat Longwell Green. Pic: Steve Richardson AN emphatic win for the Robins on Saturday against their Bristol opponents, who were relegated from the Premier Division last season, was a highly satisfactory start for Chard's new management team.


  9. Anger as dance festival postponed over SHEEP pooRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 5 | This is Wiltshire

    FURIOUS dance music fans have complained after a festival was cancelled days before it was due to open with organisers blaming sheep poo. Westlea-registered company Boyaka Ltd said their health and safety advisers told them to pull Bristol's Another World festival.


  10. Glenmore Business Park, where firm Boyaka Ltd is registered to.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 5 | Swindon Advertiser

    FURIOUS dance music fans have complained after a festival was cancelled days before it was due to open with organisers blaming sheep poo. Westlea-registered company Boyaka Ltd said their health and safety advisers told them to pull Bristol's Another World festival.


  11. Theatre's 80th birthday tickets giveaway has an age-old catchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 3 | Henley Standard

    THE Oxford Playhouse will be celebrating its 80th birthday this autumn with a bumper season of shows and events including three world premieres, writes Matthew Wilson . As a birthday gesture, the theatre in Beaumont Street will also be giving away free tickets to anyone else who turns 80 this year.


  12. With it hotting up in England it's more important than ever to stay safe in the sunRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 3 | This Is Somerset

    The summer weather means many people have been spending more time outdoors. But a head nurse from Bristol is warning that too long in the sun could lead to surgery cancellations for some patients.


  13. Get Up Close And Personal With Singer Don McCloskey At Bristol Riverside TheatreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 2 |

    Bristol Riverside Theatre welcomes back Don McCloskey for a one-night stand on August 25th. Don McCloskey, a singer-songwriter born in Bristol PA, returns to the stage he grew up performing on for a rollicking night of interactive sing-a-longs and multi-media storytelling.


  14. Award nomination for the charity team funding amazing new robotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 1 | This is Bath

    Southmead Hospital Charity is in the running for a Health and Care Award for helping bring to life a range of innovative new healthcare solutions As part of the Bristol and Bath Health & Care Awards we are taking time to recognise those who help keep the cities' health and care sector going strong. With the NHS under more strain than ever, hospitals are heavily reliant on charities to keep them afloat and to help support the 500,000 annual patients and staff.


  15. Hammerson overhaul plan fails to quell investor worries over strategyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 27 | Reuters

    Hammerson's plan to offload property assets and buy back shares has failed to assuage investor unease over the British shopping centre owner's strategy following its decision to spurn a 5 billion-pound takeover by rival Klepierre earlier this year. The property group on Tuesday said it would sell 1.1 billion pounds of assets, including its 13 out-of-town retail parks, by the end of 2019, buy back up to 300 million pounds of shares, and save at least 7 million pounds of costs a year.


  16. Bristol Balloon Fiesta 2018 travel guide: buses, parking and cycling informationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 27 | This Is Bristol

    The wonderful four-day celebration of hot air ballooning is returning to Bristol's Ashton Court from August 9-12 and will attract hundreds of thousands of people across the four days. This year's event is expected to be even bigger than usual thanks to a very important anniversary celebration.


  17. The NHS, immigration and Boris Johnson: Vote Leave's Facebook ads revealedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 26 | ITV

    Boris Johnson MP , former Mayor of London and leading Vote Leave campaigner, speaks at Armada House in Bristol as he outlines a positive vision for Brexit, watched by former Defence Secretary Dr Liam Fox. Brexit campaign group Vote Leave relied heavily on controversial messages featuring the NHS, immigration and Boris Johnson, according to a cache of Facebook adverts paid for by the campaign and released on Thursday.


  18. 'I consider it a great honour to be trusted to lead them' - Meet the town's new borough commanderRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 24 | Ealing Times

    The 42-year-old joined the London Fire Brigade in 1997 aged 21. He served as a firefighter and junior officer at Hillingdon, Paddington and North Kensington fire stations before transferring to Avon Fire and Rescue in 2006. Gareth was stationed in Bristol and Bath before returning to London in 2014 as station manager.


  19. Harmony in Motion welcomes new directorRead the original story

    Monday Jul 23 | The Advertiser News (South)

    Under its new director, Jeanne Viscito, Harmony in Motion has been busy in recent months. Along with learning numerous new songs and choreo, this women's a cappella chorus has scheduled several performances in and around their home base of Sussex County.


  20. Honorary degree awarded to Sebastian ConranRead the original story

    Monday Jul 23 | UWE News

    UWE Bristol awarded the Honorary Degree of Doctor of Design to Sebastian Conran in recognition of his contribution to the UK design and enterprise. The honorary degree was conferred at the Awards Ceremony of the Faculty of Environment and Technology at Bristol Cathedral on Monday 23 July at 10:30.