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 | 24/04/2009 2:51 pm

  • Woman in hospital after fire at flat in Duke Street, Taunton - A WOMAN was rescued from a fire in a Taunton flat last night (June 11).
  • Somerset coronavirus heroes awarded Queen's Birthday Honours - THE heroic work of so many during the Covid-19 crisis is celebrated in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list, including in Somerset.
  • Somerset coronavirus heroes awarded Queen's Birthday Honours - THE heroic work of so many during the Covid-19 crisis is celebrated in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list, including in Somerset.
  • Somerset coronavirus heroes awarded Queen's Birthday Honours - THE heroic work of so many during the Covid-19 crisis is celebrated in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list, including in Somerset.
  • 13 more coronavirus cases diagnosed in Somerset - THE number of recorded coronavirus cases in Somerset increased by 13 in the last 24 hours, official figures show.
  • 13 more coronavirus cases diagnosed in Somerset - THE number of recorded coronavirus cases in Somerset increased by 13 in the last 24 hours, official figures show.
  • 13 more coronavirus cases diagnosed in Somerset - THE number of recorded coronavirus cases in Somerset increased by 13 in the last 24 hours, official figures show.
  • 13 more coronavirus cases diagnosed in Somerset - THE number of recorded coronavirus cases in Somerset increased by 13 in the last 24 hours, official figures show.
  • Further Delta variant cases identified in Somerset West and Taunton - Further confirmed cases of the Delta variant of coronavirus have been recorded in Somerset West and Taunton over the last week, new figures reveal.
  • Striking 8-BED period home near Taunton goes up for sale - HEATHFIELD Manor is a striking period property offering over 8,600 sq ft of living accommodation in the main house.
  • Looking back: First dragon boat race in Taunton in 2013 - WE look back at the first ever Taunton dragon boat race on June 9, 2013:
  • Somerset coronavirus heroes awarded Queen's Birthday Honours - THE heroic work of so many during the Covid-19 crisis is celebrated in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list, including in Somerset.
  • Where and when you can watch Euro 2020 in Somerset - The long-awaited Euro 2020 kicks off tonight - bringing some light relief to football fans across the county.
  • Nerrols Grange/Northwalls Grange play area on Batt Drive opens - RESIDENTS at a new development in Taunton are rejoicing after their play park finally opened - more than a year after it was supposed to be complete.
  • First look inside Coal Orchard flats as latest completion date is missed - THE completion date of a multi-million pound development in the centre of Taunton has been put back for a second time.
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  • Birthday Honours 2021: Artist who made face shields gets MBE - Edward Chudleigh developed a low-cost face shield during the first wave of the pandemic.
  • Queen's Birthday Honours 2021: Carers given medal - Jacqueline and Colin Payne have used their house as a care home for 11 years.
  • Clevedon dyslexic book range 'call to action' for publishers - Dr Alistair Sims is dyslexic and hopes the books encourage other dyslexic adults to read.
  • Andrew Dymock: Neo-Nazi guilty of terrorism charges - Police say that Andrew Dymock's conviction is a “key step in protecting the UK”.
  • Andrew Dymock: The neo-Nazi exposed by the BBC - Raised in a privileged academic background, Andrew Dymock led two banned neo-Nazi terror groups.
  • Exmoor hospitality firms facing 'recruitment crisis' - Exmoor's holiday industry is facing a recruitment "crisis" as firms struggle to fill posts
  • Bath visitor figures up over bank holiday despite pandemic - A businesswoman says the half-term was "recording-breaking" as visitors flocked to Bath.
  • Bath's climate action plan moving 'at a snail's pace' - "I can't think of many things we've actually achieved," says one councillor.
  • Bath's Indian deputy mayor 'proud to inspire others' - Dr Yukteshwar Kumar says he wants to improve representation on the council.
  • Former Army driver guilty of neo-Nazi terror offences - Dean Morrice made a video strumming a guitar to footage of the 2019 New Zealand mosque shootings.
  • M11 death: Ambulance service banned after grandmother's death - Staff failed to spot Peggy Copeman had died while being returned to Norfolk from Somerset.
  • Toddler died after being hit by Land Rover on Exford farm - Amelia Edwards, two, walked in front of the vehicle when she was struck, an inquest hears.
  • Saltford winter mooring ban: Review after legal challenge - A winter mooring ban in Mead Lane is set to be reviewed after boaters mounted a legal challenge. 
  • Crews rescue round-Britain walker three miles into trek - The 28-year-old woman from Coventry set off on Tuesday and was rescued near Minehead the same day.
  • Joe Biden: Unearthing the president's unsung English roots - An English link has been added to the president's famed Irish ancestry. But is it meaningful to him?
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  • 21 June: End of England's Covid lockdown could be delayed by one month - It comes amid concern over rising cases and the transmissibility of the Delta variant in England.
  • Birthday Honours 2021: Covid vaccine heroes recognised by Queen - The Queen's Birthday Honours also recognise Prue Leith, Arlene Phillips and Jonathan Pryce.
  • Trooping the Colour: Scaled back celebration for Queen's official birthday - A scaled-back parade is being held at Windsor for the second year running due to the Covid pandemic.
  • Covid: Is there a limit to how much worse variants can get? - The coronavirus has changed and changed again, getting more transmissible each time.
  • Stobart Air: Aer Lingus stops most Belfast City Airport flights - Leeds Bradford, Edinburgh, Exeter, Manchester, East Midlands and Birmingham flights are affected by Stobart Air's liquidation.
  • G7 summit: Biden to urge West to form alliance against China - The US president will use the G7 summit in Britain to call on allies to combat Beijing's influence.
  • The Queen: ‘Are you supposed to be looking as if you’re enjoying yourself?’ - The Queen was not afraid to lighten the mood at the G7 'family photo' taken at the Cornwall summit.
  • G7: Leaders to unveil global anti-pandemic action plan - They will pledge all their resources to ensure a global pandemic like Covid-19 is never repeated.
  • Harry Dunn death: Path clear for virtual trial, says foreign secretary - Dominic Raab says the UK can approach Anne Sacoolas's lawyers about holding some form of virtual trial.
  • NHS in Wales: 'Culture of bullying' among staff - Five whistleblowers working in or with the Welsh NHS share their experiences of bullying and harassment.
  • Humpback whale gulps and spits out Cape Cod lobsterman - Michael Packard ended up in the marine giant's mouth for about half a minute off Massachusetts.
  • Euro 2020: Covid rules in Wales mean no singing in pubs - Can you hug when Wales score? The Covid rules that affect the way you watch Euro 2020.
  • 'I could be with people and still feel alone' - It's been a difficult year for US college students. This is Ana Carmona's story.
  • The Papers: 'Summer freedom on hold' and EU trade war threat - Reports of a delay to the planned 21 June date for ending Covid restrictions in England are among the front-page stories.
  • Harry Dunn and the complex world of diplomatic immunity - The death of British teenager Harry Dunn became a diplomatic struggle between the UK and US.