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  1. Newport woman says ongoing bridge works are 'absolute joke'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 30 | South Wales Argus

    A NEWPORT woman has called the ongoing Somerton Bridge works an "absolute joke", saying that work has now started going on overnight "without any prior warning" to residents. Earlier this week Newport City Council said it will fine Network Rail A 2,750 per day for failing to complete works on both Somerton and Cardiff Road rail bridges on time.


  2. Plans to revamp former Somerton care home have been approvedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2016 | This Is Somerset

    WORK to revamp a former care home in Somerton can now begin after developers were given the go-ahead despite a lengthy planning battle. Close Care Homes Ltd applied last year to demolish the vacant building on Pesters Lane and replace it with a mixture of one- and two-bedroom "care units", where elderly people could live independently while taking advantage of shared amenities.


  3. Firefighters called to suspected arson attack on building in south SomersetRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2016 | Somerset County Gazette

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  4. Remember the RisingRead the original story

    Apr 20, 2016 |

    Strength of the Irish: Philadelphia will honor the 100th anniversary of the Irish Easter Rising on Sunday. Commemorations will take place at Independence Hall and the Irish National Memorial , which honors immigrants to the United States and victims of the Irish famine.


  5. Rural surgeries shutting amid GP shortage crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 24, 2016 | This Is Somerset

    Top, Janet Loe is a member of the partnership which manages the Buttercross Health Centre, bottom, in Somerton which will be left without any permanent GPs from the end of the month Twenty-six GP practices in England have been forced to close their doors for good because of doctors retiring, figures show. They are among 171 GP surgeries which closed in England in the three years to October 2015, figures obtained by BBC Radio 5 live from NHS England show.


  6. Tuck and Sparks stay in the title chase 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 8, 2016 | This Is Somerset

    Jason Hamblin, right, on his way to an impressive victory in the North Somerset club's Wynnes Trophy event in Scarrs Wood PICTURE: LINDA ASHFORD Jason Hamblin, right, on his way to an impressive victory in the North Somerset club's Wynnes Trophy event in Scarrs... Nigel Crellin and Chris Molyneux still lead the British Sidecar Trials Championship after two more thrilling rounds in the West. The Manxmen, who won the first two rounds on the Isle of Man, were edged into second place by Bristol's Jon Tuck and Matt Sparks in the third round staged by the West of England club in the Ashburton area of Devon on Saturday.


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    Feb 25, 2016 | This Is Somerset

    A treasurer of a Somerset rugby club has been jailed after he stole more than A 31,000 from club funds over a five year period. Mike Fullegar, now 70, was sent to prison for ten months yesterday after pleading guilty to fraud and false accounting.


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    Dec 15, 2015 | This Is Somerset

    Passengers will finally be able to take the train between two railway stations in the same West town - after 47 years. Despite Yeovil Pen Mill station and Yeovil Junction being only two miles apart passengers have been unable to travel between them by rail since the Beeching cuts of the 1960s.