Students from schools in South Gloucestershire took part in a Model United Nations (UN) Climate Change Conference on Monday 10 March.
Further details of major works to replace the road bridge on Church Road in Frampton Cotterell have been issued to local residents. Initial work to construct a temporary pedestrian bridge downstream ...
Chairman of South Gloucestershire Council Cllr Ian Boulton is attending the district’s three parkruns on Saturday 29 March.
Long-term plans to enhance transport and travel provision in Bristol’s North Fringe take an important step forward with the publication today (Wednesday 12 March) of a new independent study examining...
Smokers in South Gloucestershire are being urged to prepare for battle and attempt to give up cigarettes for good on No Smoking Day on Wednesday 12 March.
A couple from Oldland Common who pleaded guilty to counterfeiting offences and benefit fraud of more than £46,000 were sentenced at Bristol Crown Court yesterday (March 11).
Futuristic thriller Slated has been chosen as the 2014 winner of South Gloucestershire’s young people’s literature prize the Concorde Book Award.
Members of the public intending to attend next week's meeting of South Gloucestershire's Public Health & Health Scrutiny Committee are advised that the committee will not be discussing proposals rela...
Five South Gloucestershire businesses have picked up awards at the South West Fairtrade Business Awards, which took place yesterday as part of Fairtrade Fortnight (24 Feb to 9 March).
A new reading group for older people launches at Downend Library on Thursday 13 March, plus there is a talk taking place in the evening which focuses on local maritime history.