No more cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Somerset over the last 24 hours, official figures show.
Country Court care and nursing homes have been declared Covid-19-free after tests on staff and residents.
A 30-year-old man from Weston has been charged with murder following the death of Mikhail Hanid.
North Somerset Council has reopened its Small Business Grants Discretionary Fund.
A detailed plan revealing how North Somerset will respond if a local outbreak of coronavirus occurs has been published.
Weston Coastguard saw its call-outs double during the sunniest and driest May on record in comparison with last year.
Schools across the area are preparing to reopen to select year groups after being closed to the vast majority of students since March due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The number of people claiming unemployment benefits nearly doubled in the district in May compared with the month prior, figures reveal.
No more cases of coronavirus have been recorded in North Somerset, the latest official figures show.
Hospitality and leisure businesses are preparing to reopen in July.
Community groups in North Somerset can claim a share of a health and wellbeing fund worth £360,000.
Deaths in North Somerset were more than 50 per cent higher in April than usual levels as the coronavirus pandemic took hold, official figures show.
The South West is the only region in the UK with a predicted increase in coronavirus cases.
A mother who lost her daughter at just 17 days old has raised £2,000 for the doctors and nurses who took care of her in her final days.
The Quartet Community Foundation has raised more than £1million for the Coronavirus 2020 Response Fund.
Eight more coronavirus cases have been diagnosed in North Somerset, bringing the total up to more than 300 in the area.
A virtual marathon to support vulnerable people during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond has been launched by North Somerset Samaritans.
Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is urging people to shine a light for nurses on International Nurses Day tonight (Tuesday).
Key workers can borrow a bicycle for up to three months for free in the district, thanks to North Somerset Council.
A national voucher scheme has been launched to provide free school meals.
Labourers, bar staff, lorry drivers, receptionists and care workers are nearly twice as likely to smoke compared with people in different careers in the district.
Villagers in North Somerset have hit back at ‘depressing’ plans devised by developers putting ‘profit over the community’.
A Weston man contracted sepsis after failing to get a doctor’s appointment despite calling his surgery 160 times.
A planning application to demolish a long-standing Winscombe landmark is in the works and could be approved.
A Burns Night supper and dance was enjoyed in Kingston Seymour at the weekend.
Weston’s Grand Pier has been awarded first place in the Outstanding Contribution to Tourism category at the Weston Business Awards.
A yellow weather warning for wind has been issued for North Somerset this weekend.
Avon and Somerset Constabulary invited Mercury reporter Lily Newton-Browne to join its officers on a police ride around Weston, to talk about the type of incidents they face over Christmas and all year round
England cricket player Jos Buttler, who grew up in Wedmore, alongside a former mayor, an assistant to North Somerset MP Dr Liam Fox and a police officer, have all received MBEs.
Bus services in Weston and Worle will change from next month.
Striking pictures of beautiful North Somerset coastlines have been taken by Midweek readers for iWitness24/7.
Campaigners fought against Bristol Airport’s expansion through a protest.
People savoured the warm summer’s weather at Weston Rugby Club’s fun day.
A new website where people can anonymously report the sale of illegal tobacco has been launched by Trading Standards South West.
Men and women are living healthier lives for longer than across other parts of the UK, new figures have revealed.
Figures from Public Health England reveal rates of vomiting, diarrhoea, gastroenteritis and flu all fell in the region for a week this month.
Yatton and Congresbury Wildlife Action Group (YACWAG) saw scores of people flock to Stowey Reserve to celebrate the organisation’s 20th anniversary event.