Review of 2012 - June

PUBLISHED: 16:00 29 December 2012

Olympic fever gripped the nation – and these youngsters at Wedmore First School joined the celebrations in imaginative style.

Olympic fever gripped the nation - and these youngsters at Wedmore First School joined the celebrations in imaginative style.

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A NUDE model hit out at Weston College bosses for 'ruining his career' after winning two sexual discrimination cases against them.

Andrew Rogers lost his life modelling job, and sued when a female colleague kept hers.

Mr Rogers was awarded more than £10,000 by a tribunal, although the college defended the ‘legitimate reasons’ for ending his employment.

n AN END to daily traffic misery was finally in sight for Weston’s frustrated commuters, with a big-money transport plan – including junction 21 works – earning a green light.

n VETS called for an end to animal cruelty after a describing a pet found abandoned in a box in a Weston street as ‘the thinnest dog ever seen alive’.

n GRAND Pier owners Kerry and Michelle Michael were recognised for rebuilding the Weston landmark after fire by being included on the Queen’s Birthday Honours List.

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