Weston-super-Mare’s business bosses and politicians have criticised Marks & Spencer’s (M&S) proposed closure of its High Street shop.
It’s showtime, as Edinburgh Fringe favourite Andrew Maxwell heads to Bristol’s The Wardrobe Theatre in March.
A car had to be rescued after getting stuck in the mud on Brean beach on Sunday.
Comedian and journalist Mark Thomas will bring his stand-up comedy tour to Bristol.
American alternative rockers Buckcherry and Hoobastank co-headling tour hits the O2 Academy Bristol on February 6.
Weston’s MP David Webster died suddenly after being taken ill following an Austrian ski holiday with his family.
Health chiefs have been warned not to ‘betray’ Weston and cut access to emergency care in the town.
A woman from Wrington has received an OBE for her services to banking and sustainable energy.
A new two-day beer festival will take place in a few months time – and all of the profits raised will be donated to charity.
Award-winning cult Canadian comedian Glenn Wool will be heading to Bristol’s Wardrobe Theatre, with his new greatest hits show Wool’s Gold II (The Iron Pirate), in the spring.
An Edinburgh Festival-nominated comedian will perform an autobiographical show in Bristol later in the month.
Award-winning comedienne Zoe Lyons will be bringing her latest show, ‘Entry Level Human’, to Bristol’s Wardrobe Theatre on January 25.
Plans to expand Bristol Airport, which will see millions more passengers fly each year, have been met with a mixed reaction from Weston Mercury readers.
Members of Weston’s Labour Party picketed the train station to protest the annual hike in rail fares and spread awareness of its push for re-nationalisation.
Campaigners have said Bristol Airport’s expansion plans will cause ‘severe congestion and gridlock’ on the district’s rural roads and lanes.
A story about the man who founded the music label Motown Records is set to be performed in Bristol next year – and the Mercury is giving readers a chance to win tickets to see the show.
Mercury readers are ‘disgusted’ after the five options for the future of the Weston’s A&E department – including the permanent loss of a 24/7 service – were revealed.
A network which promises to ‘fill a gap’ in mental health provision has had its contract extended for three more years.
Two elves battled the wintry elements to raise hundreds of pounds for a hospital which took ‘brilliant’ care of their newest family member.
A coastal walking and cycling route connecting Brean to Clevedon will be joined up, but there are still ‘funding hurdles’ to overcome.
A driving force behind the success of one of Weston-super-Mare’s biggest businesses has died.
True love prevailed as the cast of Snow White And The Seven Dwarfs proved the show really is the fairest of them all at Weston’s Playhouse Theatre yesterday evening (Monday).
A-list comedians will be performing at the Bristol Comedy Garden next month and the Mercury is offering readers the chance to see some of them for free.
After winning X Factor, singer Ben Haenow released his debut album which was a hit with the show’s fans and now he is preparing to go on tour.
STRICTLY Come Dancing judge and West End veteran Craig Revel Horwood is taking up his dancing shoes to star in a brand new production of the musical Annie.
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