inflated shop prices dont breach trading standards regulations 1 - News And BLOG
Trading standards officers in Bristol say they have received a high number of calls over businesses inflating prices during the coronavirus crisis – but admit it doesn’t breach regulations. The team at Bristol City Council is urging companies to ‘behave
coronavirus book buddies aim to ease lockdown loneliness - News And BLOG
Image caption Cally Taylor said readers were asking authors to recommend thrillers and not “happy, uplifting books” A crime fiction writer has created an online book buddy group for ‘”readers in isolation” during the lockdown. Best-selling Cally Taylor, who writes
police bitten punched and spat at when helping man with head injuries in stonehouse 1 - News And BLOG
A POLICE officer has expressed his gratitude at the provision of spit hoods, after being bitten three times, punched and spat at when responding to an incident in Stonehouse. Chief inspector Steve Lindsay MBE was part of a team which
coronavirus uwe conference centre may become temporary hospital 1 - News And BLOG
A temporary hospital that could take in hundreds of people seriously ill with coronavirus is being created in the conference centre at the University of the West of England in Bristol, Bristol Live understands. Work to convert the 4,000m square
coronavirus man denies coughing in paramedics face - News And BLOG
Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Jonathan Brunsdon was arrested in Stroud on Saturday night A man has denied deliberately coughing in a paramedic’s face who arrived at his house to answer an emergency call. Jonathan Brunsdon appeared via video-link

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