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26
August
2016
Future city leaders from Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) communities have been challenged by Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol, to work with him to inspire young people to pursue education, training or employment. The challenge was laid down by the ...
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25
August
2016
Today (25 August) students across Bristol are collecting their GCSE results following years of hard work and a long wait over the summer. Provisional results for the city show more than 60% have achieved grade C and above in both of the core subjects ...
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25
August
2016
Bristol will be challenging stereotypes and recognising the contribution of older people at next month’s (September) Celebrating Age Festival. As part of the celebrations people are being asked to nominate anyone aged 55 plus and living in ...
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24
August
2016
Mayor of Bristol, Marvin Rees, got first-hand experience of the Tour of Britain Bristol stage when he cycled up Bridge Valley Road today (24 August). The Tour’s visit to Bristol on Saturday 10 September is likely to be one of the biggest ...
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22
August
2016
A scheme which lets staff apply for voluntary severance is to be launched this week at Bristol City Council. The authority expects to reduce its number of full-time roles by approximately 1,000 to contribute towards closing a remaining budget gap of ...
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19
August
2016
An agreement has been reached by Bristol City Council and new operator Wessex Bus to replace First’s 51 bus service which connects Whitchurch, Hengrove and Knowle to the city centre. Mayor Marvin Rees and Cabinet Member for Transport, Cllr Mark ...
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Tour of Britain 2016: Which roads in Bristol are closed for the race?

12
Jul
2016
www.bristolpost.co.uk

Bristol launches interactive budget simulator

11
Jul
2016
www.ukauthority.com
Think you can do a better job with the budget than Bristol Council? Now is your chance
So you think you could sort out Bristol City Council's finances for them, do you? Well, now is your chance. The council has set up an online simulator so you can choose where you think the cuts should be in order to balance the civic budget.
03
Jul
2016
www.bristolpost.co.uk
Bristol launches interactive budget simulator
03
Jul
2016
www.bristolpost.co.uk
Politics: Marvin Rees introduces his new cabinet
19
May
2016
www.bristol247.com
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