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Easton Tigers beat nearest rivals to go four points clear in...
EASTON Tigers took a huge step to securing the North Someret League's Sunday Conference Premier Division One title by beating second-placed Lansdown.
18 hrs ago
Wood turners celebrate 25th anniversary
ONE OF the world's leading wood turners treated members of Avon and Bristol Woodturners to an all day demonstration.
19 hrs ago
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Kula run-out clinches a dramatic last-ball success for Bristol
BRISTOL pulled off a remarkable one-run home victory over Wrington in Division One of the North Somerset League Saturday Conference.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Imperial's Cooper to Be Blu Even as E-Cigarette Sales Lag
Imperial Tobacco Group Plc's Alison Cooper was lauded as the surprise winner in the Reynolds/Lorillard tobacco megadeal when she agreed to buy Blu, the world's best-selling electronic cigarette.
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On Track column by Dave Wood
I TAKE my hat off to the Saltford rail campaigners. They are doing an excellent campaign for a new station.
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One in five of Bristol children is overweight
ONE in five children is already overweight or obese by the time they go to primary school.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
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Fri Aug 15, 2014
Diana Wynne Jones 80th birthday Google doodle takes you to the Fantasyland
Diana Wynne Jones gets a Google Doodle to honour her published work especially the Chrestomanci and Dalemark series along with well known literary wonders from Howl's Moving Castle, Dark Lord of Derkholm, The Tough Guide to Fantasyland.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
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Twisted Stomach Ads - The Protexin Veterinary Campaign Promotes...
Pet owners who have dealt with dogs suffering from twisted stomachs will appreciate learning about Pro-Kolin Plus.
Tonight's AHA! revels in a midsummer eve
Courtesy photo Moon Tide Dyers will have a trunk show at Gallery 65 on William as part of tonight's AHA! in downtown New Bedford.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Urban senior: Wartime career shaped Bert Merrett's tenacity
"It hasn't been a bad life after all," were the last words of Second World War veteran Herbert "Bert" Merrett shortly before he passed away July 26. He was 94. With a 1985 recording of Bert singing in the background, his wife Valerie choked back tears last week as she described him serenading her and crowds at the Billy Bishop Legion - a cozy ... (more)
Mon Aug 11, 2014
15 Million Pages of Historic Medical Books to Go Online
The British Army's "Manual for the Medical Staff Corps" shows how a rifle could easily be made into a splint.
Bristol cycle lane give bikes their own space for just six feet
A cyclist was left in disbelief when he spotted what is thought to be the UK's shortest cycle lane - at just six foot.
Police appeal to reunite stolen tools with their owner
POLICE are hoping to reunite a number of electric power tools thought to have been stolen from a van or building site with their owner.
Over half-million visitors navigate storm warnings to attend International Balloon Fiesta
Bristol, England, United Kingdom - Over 500,000 visitors navigated storm warnings to attend the International Balloon Fiesta over the weekend.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
11 things to know about historic Port Richmond on Staten Island's North Shore
This North Shore neighborhood, incorporated under the name Port Richmond in 1866, claims colonial history dating to the late 1600s and early 1700s, when the ferry landing from its banks to then-Bergen Point -- now Bayonne, N.J. -- placed the little residential village on maps as a transportation hub.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Fink - 'Hard Believer' album review
Longtime indie folk musician Fink has poured his heart into his music yet again with the arrival of his eagerly anticipated sixth album, Hard Believer .
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Photos: The Bristol International Balloon Festival
AUGUST 05: Hot air balloons are inflated in Queen Square ahead of the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta on August 5, 2014 in Bristol, England.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Our View: Eat your veggies
Agriculture was the top priority for the Pilgrims in the spring of 1621, and without the skilled Wampanoag tribe's advice on how to coax good yields from the rocky, nutrient-poor soil, it likely would have taken longer for Europeans to gain a foothold in New England.
'Bears' shows challenge in keeping cubs alive
A grey wolf fixes its hungry gaze on two brown bear cubs in an otherwise still Alaskan meadow that their mother thought was a good place to bring them for a rest.