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Bristol City to "fully investigate" reports of racist abuse
Bristol City say they are investigating reports of racist abuse from their own fans during Saturday's defeat to Luton Town.
Park cordoned off after stabbing
Police in Bristol have cordoned off part of Barton Hill Urban Park
Waves 'now rolling' at UK's first inland surfing destination
The first footage of waves rolling down Bristol's newest surfing attraction have been released.
Plans approved for major new housing estate in South Bristol
'One of Bristol's biggest housing estates in decades' is to be built in the South of the city.
Events taking place across South West for 'Restart a Heart' day
The South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (SWASFT) will be running events right across the South West today, as part of this year's Restart a Heart day.
UWE Researcher awarded grant from Bowel Cancer UK
A scientist from the University of the West of England has been awarded a grant of almost £25,000 from Bowel Cancer UK to understand why some patients with rectal cancer don’t respond well to certain treatments and look for new ways to improve its chance of success.
The man with a metal hip and iron will
The Hundred: Who were the big winners from the draft at Sky Studios?
The eight squads are in - but who won The Hundred draft?
Andy Murray wins European Open title in Antwerp
Andy Murray has won his first ATP Tour-level title since 2017 after a thrilling final against Stan Wawrinka at the European Open in Antwerp.
Brexit: Speaker may block PM's push for Commons vote on his deal
Boris Johnson is set for a showdown with Commons Speaker John Bercow today, with the prime minister expected to push for a so-called "meaningful vote" on his Brexit deal.
PM letter says he does not want Brexit extension - what happens next?
Following Boris Johnson's defeat in a Commons vote on an amendment over his new Brexit plan, the prime minister has sent two letters to European Council President Donald Tusk.
New Orleans: Blasts demolish cranes as search for bodies begins in collapsed hotel
Controlled explosions have been set off to topple two cranes that had loomed precariously for days over a partially collapsed hotel in New Orleans.
Arnold Schwarzenegger: 'I always hated politics'
Arnold Schwarzenegger has said he "always" hated politics and as a former Republican governor of California "never did what the party wanted".
Loyle Carner: Young men talking about feelings shouldn't be abnormal
"I guess it feels necessary," says Loyle Carner. "I would hope that if someone else was in a similar situation to myself… that someone in my position would help out, because I think it's just what you're supposed to do."
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