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An artist's impression of how the cinema development in Yate will look
MILLION pound project to build a cinema in Yate hangs in the balance this week after a planning application was deferred to a later meeting.
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Tue Apr 15, 2014
123 Communities To Take Control Of Neighbourhood Schemes
Communities Minister Stephen Williams MP today announced 123 more communities will be taking control of neighbourhood schemes to boost employment, combat crime and improve the health of residents.
Thornbury businessman becomes new High Sheriff
THORNBURY businessman Thomas Frost has become the new High Sheriff of Gloucestershire - with a pledge to do his best to help people get back into work.
Significant increase in Scarlet Fever cases reported in South Gloucestershire
PARENTS in South Gloucestershire are being advised to look out for symptoms of scarlet fever among their children, after a rapid increase in cases nationally.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Thornbury gets boost from policing fund
POSITIVE relationships between police and young people in Thornbury were praised at a visit by Avon and Somerset's Police and Crime Commissioner.
Are you South Gloucestershire's mystery EuroMillions lottery winner?
THE search is on to find the South Gloucestershire ticket holder who has not yet claimed a EuroMillions prize of over A 50,000.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Wickwar flooded after water mains burst
FLOODING has occurred in Wickwar after a water mains burst - meaning part of the main road through the village will be closed for a few days.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
This Is Bristol
Culinary opportunity for budding Masterchef
The housing association is sponsoring an Apprentice Chef for Brooks Caf at Coniston Community Centre in Patchway.
A 12MILLION scheme to build a cinema in Yate will be decided by planners today.
Yate Shopping Centre owners Crestbridge Corporate Trustees are bidding for permission to open a six-screen cinema and new shops and restaurants on land next to the centre's overflow car park on Link Road.
Yellow lines solution planned to tackle Thornbury problem parking
ACTION is being planned to tackle a parking problem on a busy Thornbury road after fears were raised that high numbers of cars were increasing the risk of an accident.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
a Prisoner escaped because music played by his cellmates was too loud, a court heard.
Stevens, who admitted a charge of escape from HMP Leyhill, a minimum security jail in South Gloucestershire, was frustrated with rap music being played 'day and night' by other prisoners, Dorchester Crown Court was told.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
'No road alerts' in firework guides
Terry Brice, from South Gloucestershire, Tony and Pamela Adams, from South Wales, Kye Thomas, from Cornwall, Michael and Maggie Barton, from Berkshire, and Malcolm Beacham , died An explosives expert told an inquest into a 30-vehicle crash he could not find literature warning firework display smoke may affect traffic.
Singing project to aid literacy in youngsters
MUSIC hubs in South Gloucestershire have been awarded a share of A 30,000 to spend on a singing project.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Church Bridge is being rebuilt, after being found to be in danger of collapsing
BUS services through Frampton Cotterell are facing severe disruption as work gets underway this morning to replace a dangerous bridge.
Sat Apr 05, 2014
Bradford hospitals review restraint techniques
The Government is investing A 1.2 million in staff training as part of new controls to stop the deliberate use of face-down restraint which it says is now outdated.
Fri Apr 04, 2014
Trust donates 35,000 to treat Arthritis
HOSPITAL therapy departments across the region have benefited from grants of more than A 35,000 from the Gloucestershire Arthritis Trust .
'Wall of smoke' moved across pitch
Terry Brice, from South Gloucestershire, Tony and Pamela Adams, from Wales, Kye Thomas, from Cornwall, Michael and Maggie Barton, from Berkshire, and Malcolm Beacham , died in the crash on the M5 A wall of smoke moved across a field after a fireworks display held moments before a huge pile-up on the M5, an inquest has heard.
New arrest in slavery operation
A 51-year-old man has been arrested as part of an ongoing investigation into slavery in South Gloucestershire and Bristol.
This Is Bristol
Eyesores affecting people's lives in Bristol
The water tower on picturesque Clifton Downs and the derelict Bank of England building next to Castle Park are among the eyesores Bristolians don't like to look at, according to a survey.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
Goodnight Irene! Stadium Victory
After a hearty celebration two weeks ago, when it was announced that the Judicial Review brought by TrasHorfield had been dismissed, we found it wasn't the end of the story.