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This week in Bristol: Bristol bus blow brings backlash

More bus services have been axed by First Bus due to driver shortages.

This week in Bristol: House building targets ‘unachievable’

This week in Bristol: Mayor’s first State of the City Address since Bristol voted to scrap his role

Grosvenor Hotel fire

This Week in Bristol

This week in Bristol: Historic hotel gutted by fire

The former Grosvenor Hotel, mired in controversy in recent years, has been destroyed by fire.

This Week in Bristol

This week in Bristol: More Bristol workers taking strike action

Image of terraced homes in Redfield, Bristol

This Week in Bristol

This week in Bristol: Benefits falling behind spiralling rents

This week in Bristol: The latest after deadly fire at Twinnell House

In the news this week, tragedy struck at a Bristol tower block. After a top floor flat at Twinnell House in Easton was engulfed in flames, a...

This week in Bristol: How is Bristol doing on reducing carbon emissions and inequality?

In the news this week, carbon emissions and unemployment in Bristol have fallen significantly in the last 10 years, but other measures of social inequality...

This week in Bristol: Council absolves itself over ‘spying’ on SEND parents

Due to council meetings being postponed during the period of mourning for the Queen's death, a vote on launching an independent inquiry has been delayed.

‘Miss Conduct’ yacht owners face misconduct claims

A protest on Monday took place outside the multi-million-pound vessel docked near Wapping Wharf, with demonstrators hoping to hold the landlord living aboard to account.

11 bus services axed amid driver shortage

Blow to public transport comes in the same week community transport for people with mobility issues will also stop running.

This week in Bristol: More workers striking to avoid pay cuts amid sky-high inflation

Plus the latest on rogue landlords, emergency funding for buses, the end of an e-bike scheme that has just got going.

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