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  1. Firm ordered to pay employee more than 8,000 after she suffered carbon monoxide poisoning at workRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Western Gazette

    An office worker has been awarded more than 8,000 in compensation after her employer was found to have ignored reports of a poisonous smell in her office which resulted in her inhaling carbon monoxide. Margaret Colbridge, 67, was awarded 8,250 after the North Somerset Community Partnership in Clevedon was adjudged not to have acted on a series of complaints from staff members that the small was making them feel nauseous and lethargic.

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  2. BOWLS: Rob pax a punch to win Westlecot titleRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | This is Wiltshire

    The Ilminster player and World Pairs and Mixed Pairs winner in 2015 beat England U25 international Ryan Atkins in a three-end tie-breaker to lift the Westlecot Open title for the first time and pocket the A 1,000 top prize. Atkins took the runners prize of A 500 for a second time as he was also second in the 2013 final to Tom Doig.

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  3. BOWLS: Ladies lead the way for MillerRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Wiltshire Times

    CHRISTIE Miller ladies are the only representatives from the Melksham club still running in a national team competition, writes DAVE EATON . They followed up an excellent 43-26 victory over Nailsea B in the Mason Trophy, ladies Over 60 double rinks, with a closer win against the other Nailsea entrant.

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  4. BOWLS: It's a Trophy double for North Wilts ladiesRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Wiltshire Times

    Winners nine years ago and losing finalists last season in the Yetton Trophy, the women's indoor inter-club team championship, North Wilts are on track for another fine run after recording a comprehensive 76-44 fourth-round victory over MidGlos last Saturday, their opponents conceding at the three-quarter mark when 32 shots adrift. The Chippenham-based side took the honours on both home rinks with Fizz Mace's foursome winning by 19 shots while Jean Collier's quartet recorded a six-shot success.

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  5. Live: Delays of up to an hour on the M5 after three-vehicle crash near BristolRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | This Is North Devon

    The incident happened on the northbound carriageway between junction 20 for Clevedon and junction 19 for Portishead on Wednesday, December 13. Traffic is still extremely slow after a three-vehicle crash on the M5 northbound between junction 20 for Clevedon and junction 19 for Portishead. Although the lanes have now been reopened and the cars have been moved to the hard shoulder, traffic is still queuing right back to junction 21 for Weston-super-Mare and travel time is and extra 60 minutes.

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  6. Recap: Delays of up to an hour on the M5 after three-vehicle crash between Clevedon and PortisheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | This Is Bristol

    The incident happened on the northbound carriageway between junction 20 for Clevedon and junction 19 for Portishead on Wednesday, December 13.

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  7. Home Turf: Berrow Ladies host Ash Rangers Ladies on Sunday. Pic: Ash MagillRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 8 | This is The West Country

    BURNHAM United take a break from league action this weekend, as they travel to Division 1 East side Timsbury Athletic in the Premier & Division 1 Cup on Saturday . Berrow & Highbridge, meanwhile, have a tough assignment in Division 1 West, as the 12th-placed side go to Uphill Castle, who sit second .

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  8. Dave Stone, 29, only recently moved into the village and he's already making a name for himselfRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 5 | Western Gazette

    An electrician is hoping to bring festive cheer to motorists on the B3133 near Clevedon after installing around 4000 lights on his home. As Dave's wife had only recently given birth to their baby daughter, Dave thought he would do something special to celebrate.

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  9. Christmas baskets: the many reasons to make your ownRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 3 | Manawatu Evening Standard

    What was your most satisfying gardening moment this year? Mine wasn't filling a basket with almonds , juicy tomatoes or 'Burbank' plums . No, my proudest moment was holding up an empty basketa because I'd made it myself at a hedgerow weaving workshop.

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  10. Watch James Hardwell in action - even American actor Will Ferrell is aware of his movesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 1 | Western Gazette

    A dancing dad from Somerset has been crowned the UK Dad Dancer of the Year - after being secretly entered into a competition by his wife. Father of two, James Hardwell, fought off competition from dancing dads across the country to win with the lion's share of the votes.

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  11. BOWLS: Ups and downs for Miller bowlersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 29 | Wiltshire Times

    CHRISTIE Miller senior players endured mixed fortunes in ladies and men's national team competitions over the past eight days, writes DAVE EATON . However the men, after two tough games and one-shot wins over North Wilts and Nailsea in the Over 60s double rinks, missed out on a third victory going down comprehensively 46-18 to Gloucestershire side Cotswold A .

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  12. BOWLS: Ladies on a roll in TrophyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 29 | Wiltshire Times

    THE LADIES at North Wilts indoor bowls club made a fine start in the Mason Trophy, reaching round two in the O60 double rink competition. At home at Westcroft, in Chippenham, the quartet of Anne Roberts-Phare, Jane Taylor, Sue Cooke and skip Alex Jacobs were in excellent form and won their match against Jan Dart 27-14.

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  13. Their crimes were perpetrated in April and May 2016Read the original story

    Thursday Nov 23 | Western Gazette

    An organised crime gang which carried out a series of ATM attacks across the West Country have been jailed for more than 25 years. Mitchell Barnes, Wade Gwyther, Kyle Joyner and Matthew Parsons plotted to blow up cash machines using highly explosive gas during April and May last year.

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  14. Sporting Spotlight: Simon HardingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 21 | Western Telegraph

    SIMON Harding is understandably thrilled to have won the British P750 Thundercat title in his category of Powerboat Racing and a measure of the esteem in which he is held can gauged from the fact that at the end of a hard season's racing he scored enough points to gain the title of 'British Champion Driver' and 'British Champion Team'. His undoubted watchword was consistency because Simon was placed in all the races at venues as far afield as Caernarvon, Fistral Beach , Liverpool, Bournemouth and Clevedon before the finals on The Solent at the Isle of Wight, coming first in Caernarvon and Bournemouth.

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  15. RUGBY: Youthful Burnham exit Somerset Cup at hands of ClevedonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 21 | This is The West Country

    BURNHAM travelled to North Somerset for a county cup quarter-final against Clevedon - who play their rugby in the higher South West 1 West division - with 11 teenage players in the squad, writes John Piper . If Burnham can keep a good percentage of these lads, along with the other young players still in their early twenties, then the future of the club looks bright.

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  16. Letting our kids run wildRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 18 | The New Zealand Herald

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  17. BOWLS: Dunbar making progressRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 16 | Wiltshire Times

    CLARRIE Dunbar have yet to win a national team title during the 32 years that the indoor club has been open, writes DAVE EATON . However, they have reached the third round of the Top Club in early January after whitewashing Malvern Hills 16pts to nil winning all five disciplines.

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  18. M5 crash: Lane closures in place following crash between Portishead and ClevedonRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 13, 2017 | Western Gazette

    According to Highways England lane one of four is currently closed on the M5 Southbound between Junction 19 A369 Portishead and the Junction 20 B3133 Clevedon According to Highways England lane one of four is currently closed on the M5 Southbound between Junction 19 A369 Portishead and the Junction 20 B3133 Clevedon.

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  19. BOWLS: Westlecot miss out on trio of victoriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2017 | Swindon Advertiser

    WESTLECOT indoor teams enjoyed a double last weekend in the men's Denny Plate and Mixed Top Club national competition. But they missed-out on completing a hat-trick of national team victories as the ladies went down heavily in the Yetton Trophy on Saturday morning against Oxford City and County.

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  20. BOWLS: Dunbar at the doubleRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 8, 2017 | Wiltshire Times

    CLARRIE Dunbar recorded a fine winning double last weekend in two separate national team events, the men's inter-club championship for the Denny Cup and the Top Club mixed inter-club competition. They blitzed St Andrews 83-47 to set up a cup third-round tie on November 18 against arch-rivals Bristol.

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