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  1. Take up the chance of a free (bike) ride! 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | This Is Bristol

    You may have noticed our coverage of the grand prix bike race in Bristol in June, when professional riders were put through their paces in a circuit around the city centre. That event was organised by Big Green Week and Le Sportive, but another collaboration is presenting opportunities for leisure riders this summer.

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  2. JennyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | This Is Bristol

    Artist Jenny Urquhart is a busy woman. Right now she has work on show at Room 212 in Gloucester Road and at Temple Meads station, she has just been involved in Jamaica Street Artists' Open Studios, and this week her Shaun the Sheep, Baa-lloons, is unveiled as part of the city-wide trail of the famous Aardman character.

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  3. Hear 'Sparks,' A New Song By Beach HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | WNYC-AM New York

    There's a new album coming from Beach House , the dreamy Baltimore-based duo of Victoria Legrand and Alex Scally. That album, called Depression Cherry, comes out on Sub Pop on Aug. 28. Today we get to hear a first song from the album, called "Sparks," and I interviewed Beach House about it.

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  4. Andy Puddicombe, the man inside a million HeadspacesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Globe and Mail

    Andy Puddicombe, founder of the Headspace app, wants to come across as an everyday guy and normalize meditation. (JIM ROSS For The Globe and Mail Andy Puddicombe, founder of the Headspace app, wants to come across as an everyday guy and normalize meditation.

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  5. Family fun day supports children's charity in Winterbourne DownRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Gazette Series

    All money raised at the event will go to charity Jessie May, who supported Theo's family during his short life and after his death. His mum Sarah Harttrup, who lives in Winterbourne, said: "It has been important for the family to be able to devote a day to celebrating Theo's short life while supporting a cause that is so close to their heart.

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  6. Environment Agency Pension Fund picks 4 ESG equity managersRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Pensions & Investments

    Environment Agency Pension Fund, Bristol, England, hired Union Investment and Ownership Capital to run 90 million each in global ESG equity.

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  7. Direct link between wound healing, skin cancer seen by researchersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Big News Network.com

    BRISTOL, England -- Researchers have found that inflammatory cells sent by the immune system to the site of a wound for healing are redirected to pre-cancerous cells they help grow. While tissue damage and cancer have been linked before, researchers have now seen inflammatory cells called neutrophils be diverted from wounds to pre-cancerous cells in adult zebrafish.

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  8. Family Day Out: Take a walk on the wild sideRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Swindon Advertiser

    NESTLED in the South Gloucestershire countryside, a humble conservation park is beginning to show up larger zoos across the region. That's because Wild Place is not your typical animal attraction with lions or gorillas safely kept behind glass closures while scores of eager children and families huddle close for an eyeful of the exotic creatures.

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  9. Northampton Saints make holiday call to sign EvesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | This Is Somerset

    Most people do not want to be bothered by telephone calls while on holiday but Luke Eves was happy to answer his phone while relaxing on a sun lounger in Egypt last week. On the line was his agent, Ali Smith, asking the centre if he would be interested in joining Northampton Saints on a six-month contract.

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  10. Monty running out of Open chancesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Independent.ie

    Colin Montgomerie has just one remaining chance to reach this year's Open Championship at St Andrews after missing out in final qualifying at Woburn. The 52-year-old Scot, back in Britain just two days after finishing runner-up at the US Senior Open in California, fell four strokes short in a field that also included Retief Goosen.

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  11. MP for Thornbury and Yate Luke Hall campaigns for new M4 junctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Gazette Series

    MP for Thornbury and Yate Luke Hall has written to the Secretary of State for Transport for support in campaigning for a new junction on the M4. Mr Hall, and MP for Kingswood Chris Skidmore, who have both been part of the Gateway 2 Growth campaign for the new junction 18a on the M4, have joined forces to request a meeting the Secretary of State for Transport, the Rt Hon Patrick McLoughlin, to present the case and evidence for the proposal.

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  12. Wanted: Bank Bosses to Rebuild Trust as Jain Exit Caps ShiftRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Bloomberg

    The departure of Anshu Jain and Brady Dougan this week from Deutsche Bank AG and Credit Suisse Group AG marks the passing of an era when trading profits paved the way to the top job at Europe's largest banks. Nowadays, with regulatory demands escalating and record-low interest rates curbing profits, a rapport with rulemakers and investors is often prized above trading prowess in the hunt for a chief executive officer.

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  13. ATHLETICS: Bristol brothers aiming for glory at English Schools'...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | This Is Bristol

    BRISTOL brothers Ben and Jack Holbrook will embark on athletics glory next week at the English Schools' Championships in Gateshead. The siblings, from Kingswood, compete at club level for Yate and District, but will represent Avon District in the North East on July 10 and 11. Ben, 17, will be looking for a medal in the long jump, while younger brother Jack, 14, is set to make his tournament debut in the 300m sprint event.

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  14. John Light Column. Performance lacking as Gloucestershire struggleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Gazette Series

    THE CAPTAIN of England is out first ball! Essex, chasing a target of 125, are very soon 24 -4. This was the scene at Bristol last week.

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    Monday Jun 29 | This Is Somerset

    Crowds of people, old and young, stood silent in cities, towns and villages across the South West to pay their respects for troops past and present during Armed Forces Day. Crowds of people, old and young, stood silent in cities, towns and villages across the South West to pay their respects for troops... Members of the armed forces marched to Queen Square in Bristol and veterans and cadets formed a procession at College Green, and marched down Park Street and past the city's Harbourside.

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  16. Jane's Garden 6/28/15: Citizen of the United StatesRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 28 | Citrus County Chronicle

    Proudly, I call myself American. Born in Bristol, England, I am a British national, so I could live and work anywhere in the European Union.

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  17. 'Hijabi' British high-school girl crowned 'best-dressed'Read the original story

    Sunday Jun 28 | Big News Network.com

    A hijab can also be a fashion statement as recently a British high school girl, Abrar Shahin, who wears hijab, has been voted by the students as the best-dressed girl of Clifton High School. According to North Jersey, Shahin has set the new trend and has bashed all the stigmas about Islamic fashion by keeping her religious tradition alive, whereas, Clifton High School sets an example of how acceptance of Islamic traditions has grown in British schools and how people have started looking beyond the labels.

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  18. Preview: Powerful drama Pink Mist coming to Bristol Old VicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | This Is Bristol

    Hailed as the war poet of our generation, Owen Sheers explains to Natalie Banyard how his powerful and poignant verse drama Pink Mist is heading 'home' to Bristol for its world premiere Bristol-set Pink Mist is returning home, unlike many of the young soldiers on which the beautiful and harrowing drama is based. Owen Sheer's acclaimed verse is the first extended lyric narrative to emerge from the conflict in Afghanistan, and though just 87 pages long, it is a vast, all-consuming and utterly devastating read.

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    Thursday Jun 25 | This Is Bristol

    THERE was a real Father's Day theme to a fabulous win by Knowle over Whitchurch in Premier Two of the Globe Sports North Somerset Sunday Conference. Former chairman Dave Millard answered a late call to make up the numbers for Knowle and line-up alongside 18-year-old son Jack before hammering an unbeaten 149, including nine sixes and 14 fours.

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  20. CRICKET: England's Women duo holding coaching session at Cirencester CCRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Stroudnewsand Journal

    ENGLAND cricketers Becky Grundy and Georgia Elwiss will put their Women's Ashes preparations to one side as they bid to inspire women and girls in the Cotswolds to play the game. Becky and Georgia will help to deliver a fun coaching session at Cirencester Cricket Club on Friday, June 26 from 6.30pm to 8.30pm, with all women and girls currently playing in the Cotswold Women's League welcome to get involved.

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