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New artwork enticing Bristol's residents to city centre return
Bristol's residents are being encouraged to return to the city centre after lockdown with some unique new artwork.
North Somerset pub "closed until further guidelines" after customer contracts COVID-19
A North Somerset pub has been forced to temporarily shut, after a customer who was there last weekend tested positive for COVID-19.
Third of South West workers at risk of job loss
A third of workers across our region are at risk of redundancy following the pandemic, a new report claims.
Marvin Rees blasts 'privileged' Extinction Rebellion protesters
Bristol Mayor Marvin Rees has broken his silence over an Extinction Rebellion (XR) protest at City Hall, calling it a “stunt” by “juvenile” protesters engaging in “privilege activism”.
'She couldn't leave her flat for days on end'
Extinction rebellion protesters have now been camped on the roof of Bristol City Hall for a week.
Bristol International Balloon Fiesta to hold "flypast" this summer
The Bristol Balloon Fiesta will go ahead this summer - but not as we know it.
Coronavirus: UK quarantine rules end for travellers from dozens of countries
Quarantine rules end today for people travelling to the UK from more than 70 countries and British Overseas Territories.
Coronavirus is 'not under control and is accelerating' as global cases hit 11.8 million, WHO warns
COVID-19 is not under control in most of the world and is actually getting worse, according to the head of the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Hundreds of UK police officers have convictions for crimes including assault, burglary and animal cruelty
More than 200 serving police officers in the UK have convictions for criminal offences including assault, burglary, drug possession and animal cruelty, Sky News can reveal.
Naya Rivera: Former Glee star presumed dead - and police say body may never be found
Former Glee star Naya Rivera is presumed dead after emergency teams said the effort to find her has now been classed as a "search and recovery operation".
Dame Vera Lynn: Battle of Britain flypast to mark funeral of forces' sweetheart
Dame Vera Lynn would be "incredibly humbled" by the Battle of Britain flypast that will take place ahead of her funeral later.
Johnny Depp used his blood to paint mirrors and walls during drug-fuelled ordeal, High Court told
Actor Johnny Depp used his sliced finger to daub graffiti on a mirror and walls in blood and paint, during an alleged drug-fuelled "three-day ordeal" he put his ex-wife Amber Heard through in Australia, the High Court has been told.
Batwoman: Javicia Leslie cast as first black actor to play the character on TV
Actor Javicia Leslie has been unveiled as the new lead of The CW's Batwoman, joining the show when it returns next year.
Sky given go-ahead to build new TV and film studio at 'British Hollywood' site
Sky - the owner of Sky News - has been given the green light to start building a new "state-of-the-art film and TV studio", close to the famous Elstree Studios in Hertfordshire.
England vs West Indies - day two as it happened
Test cricket is back! Watch the #raisethebat opener between England and West Indies live on Sky Sports Cricket and Main Event.
Katie Taylor's rematch with Delfine Persoon confirmed for August 22, live on Sky Sports Box Office
Katie Taylor will defend her undisputed world lightweight titles against Delfine Persoon in a hotly-anticipated rematch on the Dillian Whyte-Alexander Povetkin bill, live on Sky Sports Box Office.
Do England's batsmen deserve criticism? The Cricket Debate
England have endured a difficult opening two days to the first #raisethebat Test against the West Indies, bowled out for 204 in their first innings, but is it fair to criticise their undercooked batsmen?
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