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Bristol: City and county in England
Bristol is the most-populous city and county in South West England, with a population of 463,400. The wider district has the 10th-largest population in England. The urban area population of 670,000 is the 11th-largest in the UK. The city lies between Gloucestershire to the north and Somerset to the south. South Wales lies across the Severn estuary.

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People following meatless diet may be at higher risk of bone fractures [Video]

People following meatless diet may be at higher risk of bone fractures

While following a vegetarian diet can be healthy, it has to be ensured that enough important nutrients like calcium, B12 vitamin, zinc, iron are included in the diet as it can increase the risk of bone..

Credit: ANI     Duration: 01:33Published
Deer roam in autumnal weather in Bristol [Video]

Deer roam in autumnal weather in Bristol

A deer herd roam on the Ashton Court Estate, Bristol, in crisp and coldautumnal weather.

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:13Published
London and Bristol buildings lit up for those left 'in the dark' by pandemic [Video]

London and Bristol buildings lit up for those left 'in the dark' by pandemic

Mastercard shone a light on digital and financial exclusion by lighting uptower blocks in London and Bristol. The buildings were lit up for 19 minutes40 seconds, to represent the 19.4 million Britons..

Credit: PA - Press Association STUDIO     Duration: 01:09Published
Bristol in 'Tier 1 plus' to control spread of coronavirus, says mayor [Video]

Bristol in 'Tier 1 plus' to control spread of coronavirus, says mayor

Credit: Bristol City Council. Bristol mayor Marvin Rees has said the city isimplementing a series of measures it describes as “Tier 1 plus” to reduce thespread of coronavirus. Mr Rees said the new..

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Premiership: Wasps 23-20 Bristol Bears - Tom Willis provides late sting in the tail

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Covid: Police in Bristol arrest 14 at anti-lockdown march

A protest by the group Stand Up Bristol drew about 200 marchers to the city centre.
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JK Rowling's The Ickabog child illustrators chosen for book

A handful of children, including one from Bristol, are picked out of 18,000 entries for The Ickabog.
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Avon & Somerset Police officer sacked for shoplifting

The Avon & Somerset constable deliberately failed to self-scan items at a supermarket in Bristol.
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Colston's Girls' School in Bristol chooses new name

The school, named after slave trader Edward Colston, will now be known as Montpelier High School.
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Bristol illegal rave organiser fined £10,000

Police say those who planned the Halloween event near Bristol were "reckless".
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Bristol tiny-house sale to boost Centrepoint homeless charity

Bristol builder George Rose built the house during the first lockdown and is raffling it off to buyers.
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Bristol illegal rave attended by 700 people

Some of the crowd became violent as they were told to leave, Avon and Somerset Police said.
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Bristol's Dr Paul Stephenson has train named in his honour

Dr Paul Stephenson organised the Bristol bus boycott that overturned an employment ban in the 1960s.
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Bristol grief festival to examine bereavement by Covid

A social scientist at the University of Bristol says coronavirus has made death "centre stage".
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Review alleges 'major fraud' at Lloyds Bristol unit committed

Several business owners allege they have been ruined by a business support unit based in Bristol.
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Halloween attack: Bristol doctor stabbed nine times in 'terrifying' ordeal

The ordeal of Dr Adam Towler was "the stuff of which horror movies are made," a court is told.
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Bristol will step in to play Premiership final if Wasps are ruled out by Covid-19

Wasps will be replaced by Bristol in the Premiership final on 24 October if a coronavirus outbreak means they cannot play, says Premiership Rugby.
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Bristol hate crime reports spike after Black Lives Matter protests

Police say the number of race hate crimes reported have risen by 20% in the past eight months.
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After Colston toppled: Is Bristol united or divided?

Two people who gave opposing speeches on the plinth of a toppled slave trader's statue come together.
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Avonmouth Docks scrap metal fire sends smoke over M5

Smoke from the blaze at Avonmouth is billowing out across the M5 motorway near Bristol.
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Bristol beat Bordeaux in extra-time to make Challenge Cup final

Bristol need extra time to make their first-ever European final as they beat Bordeaux 37-20 in the Challenge Cup.
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Edward Colston statue: Cases sent to Crown Prosecution Service

Protesters in Bristol pulled down a statue of Edward Colston and pushed it into the harbour in June.
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Bus hits bridge in Bristol city centre crash

Motorists are urged to avoid the middle of Bristol after a double-decker is badly damaged.
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Vans, cars, caravan and house in Bristol street fires

One resident said it had been "scary" waking to the sound of "tyres popping" and "bangs"
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Dispersal order placed on 'noisy' silent disco park in Bristol

People living near a park complained about the noise from the event last weekend.
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Black Lives Matter: 'I refuse to let a slaver take my name away'

When the statue of Edward Colston was pulled down in Bristol during the UK's Black Lives Matter protests, it had special resonance for one man thousands of miles away.
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Coronavirus: Charity helps musicians secure paid work

A Bristol charity is helping performers whose work dried up during lockdown to secure paid work.
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BBC Arts film celebrates St Pauls carnival queens

The annual celebration of culture in St Pauls, Bristol, is showcased in a film for BBC Arts.
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Bristol police called to unofficial rally of 300 cars

Up to 300 cars assembled at Clifton Downs in Bristol on Sunday where "wheel-spinning" took place.
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Premiership: Exeter Chiefs continue to dominate as Semi Radradra stars for Bristol

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Black man accused of stealing from his own car by white woman in Bristol

'Everything comes down to race now, doesn't it,' woman says after accusation of racial profiling
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The route near Bristol - the M49's only junction - remains unconnected to a distribution centre.
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Two rescued from mud bank near Bristol city centre

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Volunteers in Bristol sought to host asylum seekers in homes

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Gandhi's glasses left in Bristol auctioneer's letterbox

Auctioneers say the spectacles' owner had no idea they could be sold for more than £15,000.
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'Racism and neglect' blamed for St Pauls rubbish blight

Residents say streets of an area of Bristol are filled with litter, overflowing bins and vermin.
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Bristol man hit by car in 'racist attack lucky to be alive'

The man was hit by a car in a racially-aggravated serious assault.
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Bristol 'racist attack' victim has car driven into him

"Racist language" was used by people in a car "deliberately" driven into the man in Bristol, police say.
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Thousands attend illegal rave at RAF Charmy Down near Bath

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Jen Reid statue removal to 'cost Bristol council thousands'

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Bristol artists create lockdown Alice in Wonderland mural

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Bristol's SS Great Britain in 'survival mode' faces £2m loss

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Jen Reid: Black Lives Matter statue taken off Colston plinth in Bristol

Workers start taking down the statue of Jen Reid from the plinth where Edward Colston's once stood.
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The figure of Black Lives Matter protester Jen Reid appeared in Bristol early on Wednesday.
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Edward Colston statue in Bristol replaced by resin sculpture of Black Lives Matter protester

The statue of slave-trader Edward Colston that was toppled in Bristol last month has been replaced with a resin sculpture of a Black Lives Matter protester in a secret pre-dawn operation.
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Vocal Works Gospel Choir will perform despite lockdown

The choir had a huge George Michael tribute planned in Bristol, but Covid-19 curtailed their fun.
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Bristol: St Pauls fly-tipping like living in slum, say residents

Residents say that despite reporting the problem to Bristol council, nothing has been done about it.
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When thousands watched Brunel's great ship return to Bristol

It is exactly 50 years since the rescued SS Great Britain returned to where she was built by Brunel.
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Bristol's Freedom Youth LGBT group marks 25 years

Freedom Youth has been helping LGBT+ youths in Bristol for a quarter of a century.
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Pubs delaying reopening on 'Super Saturday' amid fears of alcohol-fuelled mayhem

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A man has been arrested on suspicion of criminal damage by police investigating the toppling of a statue to 17th century slave trader Edward Colston in Bristol.
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