Significant repair work for highway structures around Bristol’s waterways approved at Cabinet
The future of a widely used bridge and popular cycle route and footpath has been secured following last night’s cabinet meeting (4 September)....
Mother-of-two, 48, blew £250,000 inheritance on a £600-a-day drug habit and now lives on the streets
Lorna Webb was once a baker at Cambridge University, but by the time her adoptive father died and left her inheritance money, she was already...
Former BHS owner should not rewrite history, court told
Dominic Chappell’s appeal against Pension Regulator’s prosecution should not ‘muddy the water’, lawyer says Lawyers acting for the former BHS...
Bristol’s emergency services honoured with 999 Day
Bristol City Council held a ceremony on College Green on Sunday 9 September to mark the first official annual Emergency Services (999) Day....
Grenfell Inquiry: Call operator haunted by victim's voice
A call handler, who spoke at length to a trapped Grenfell resident, "froze" when she heard a baby.
Labour criticised over rape claim inquiry
Bex Bailey says the party is "dragging its feet" over an inquiry into how her complaint was handled.