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Bristol News

  • Bristol forecast to become one of Britain's fastest-growing cities

    Bristol forecast to become one of Britain's fastest-growing cities

  • One in seven Bristol workers earns less than real living wage

    One in seven Bristol workers earns less than real living wage

  • Bristol construction firm marks 125th anniversary with new office opening

    Bristol construction firm marks 125th anniversary with new office opening

  • South West business leader appointed chair of national charity

    South West business leader appointed chair of national charity

  • Bristol artist to exhibit in newly refurbished city workspace

    Bristol artist to exhibit in newly refurbished city workspace

  • CBI appoints new South West chair

    CBI appoints new South West chair

Bath News

  • Thermae Bath Spa make most significant investment in more than 10 year history on new Wellness Suite

    Thermae Bath Spa make most significant investment in more than 10 year history on new Wellness Suite

  • Bath MP Ben Howlett calls for reduced business rates in 'special case' for Bath ahead of 2017 Budget

    Bath MP Ben Howlett calls for reduced business rates in 'special case' for Bath ahead of 2017 Budget

  • Bath financial advisers Chase de Vere recruits seven medical profession specialists

    Bath financial advisers Chase de Vere recruits seven medical profession specialists

  • Home Instead Senior Care Bath and West Wiltshire rated Outstanding by CQC

    Home Instead Senior Care Bath and West Wiltshire rated Outstanding by CQC

  • Plans for £50 million Bath Quays South project amended a second time - and open for consultation

    Plans for £50 million Bath Quays South project amended a second time - and open for consultation

  • Rajpoot head chef urges diners to try his new Indian restaurant Mughal Palace in Longwell Green Read

    Rajpoot head chef urges diners to try his new Indian restaurant Mughal Palace in Longwell Green Read

Gloucestershire News

  • Gloucestershire College ranked top three of national league table

    Gloucestershire College ranked top three of national league table

  • Board room blanking soured derby experience for Cheltenham Town chairman Paul Baker

    Board room blanking soured derby experience for Cheltenham Town chairman Paul Baker

  • 11 things you most definitely should not do at your work Christmas party

    11 things you most definitely should not do at your work Christmas party

  • 18 things that are made in Gloucestershire and you might not know about

    18 things that are made in Gloucestershire and you might not know about

  • Fall in new apprenticeships? Not at Gloucestershire College as numbers continue to rise

    Fall in new apprenticeships? Not at Gloucestershire College as numbers continue to rise

  • Fire and police called to blaze on huge industrial estate - home to several businesses

    Fire and police called to blaze on huge industrial estate - home to several businesses

Swindon & Wiltshire News

  • Entrepreneur shortlisted for NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2017

    Entrepreneur shortlisted for NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2017

  • Honda boss warns of Brexit threat

    Honda boss warns of Brexit threat

  • 'Treat every contract bid as a bespoke marketing campaign', urges New Business Award winner

    'Treat every contract bid as a bespoke marketing campaign', urges New Business Award winner

  • Swindon solar farm sold in big renewables deal

    Swindon solar farm sold in big renewables deal

  • Swindon-based energy business Npower to cut 2,500 jobs

    Swindon-based energy business Npower to cut 2,500 jobs

  • Good Energy commissions new 5MW Doreset solar farm business - and wins planning permission for three more

    Good Energy commissions new 5MW Doreset solar farm business - and wins planning permission for three more

Somerset News

  • Over £130m in funding available for innovative Somerset projects

    Over £130m in funding available for innovative Somerset projects

  • Signed Churchill book sheds light on darkest days of Second World War

    Signed Churchill book sheds light on darkest days of Second World War

  • Old Mill staff raise £20k in memory of colleague Nick Baker

    Old Mill staff raise £20k in memory of colleague Nick Baker

  • Why The Hive is buzzing

    Why The Hive is buzzing

  • Invoice finance deal helps housekeeping firm grow at a tidy pace

    Invoice finance deal helps housekeeping firm grow at a tidy pace

  • Architects celebrate opening of 'fabulous' pier visitors' centre

    Architects celebrate opening of 'fabulous' pier visitors' centre