Bristol councillors meet this afternoon to discuss the first budget drawn up by elected mayor George Ferguson.
Mr Ferguson is proposing a council tax rise of just below 2%, savings of £35 million and more than 300 job losses.
This Sunday is Holocaust Memorial Day, when people around the country will be invited to remember those who were killed in acts of genocide.
To mark the event, Bristol City Council has launched a series of workshops to bring communities together and ask what we've learned from the past.
More information on the events can be found on this website:
Following the announcement that Councillors voted to approve Sainsbury's plans to redevelop the Memorial Stadium site, Bristol Rugby say they will be staying at the stadium for next season.
Bristol Rugby have agreed terms to remain at the Memorial Stadium for the 2013/14 campaign.
The Club will then consider their long-term options over the duration of next season.
Councillors have backed Sainsbury's bid to build on the Memorial Stadium which will trigger the club's move to a new stadium at the UWE.Read the full story ›
Bristol City councillors backed Sainsbury's bid to build on the Memorial Stadium which will now trigger the club's move to a new £40 million stadium on land at the University of the West of England at Filton in South Gloucestershire.
More to follow.
A decision on whether a giant supermarket can be built at the home of Bristol Rovers is expected later this evening. It's crucial to the football club's intended move to a new ground in South Gloucestershire.
Sainsburys applied to redevelop the Memorial Stadium- which has been recommended for approval. But, as Richard Payne reports, there's significant objection:
Bristol City Council will decide tonight whether to allow a Sainsbury's store and over 60 homes to be built on the site of the Memorial Stadium.
Bristol Rovers want to demolish it and build a new ground in South Gloucestershire. The plans have been recommended for approval.
The former Bristol City Council leader Simon Cook is standing down as leader of the Liberal Democrat group. He's taking up a new position in the mayor George Ferguson's cabinet. The Lib Dems will elect a new leader at a meeting next Monday.
A decision on whether land in Bristol should be made into a village green has been delayed for a year.
The application for the green at Ashton Vale has been submitted to Bristol City Council. Bristol City Football Club want to build a new 30,000 seat stadium there.
An independent inspector overseeing the inquiry met with representatives from both sides of the dispute yesterday.
Having listened to representations about the arrangements for this inquiry, the earliest date identified yesterday for it to re-convene was 7th October 2013.
As this date would mean a further year or more of uncertainty and indecision, the newly-elected Mayor of Bristol has today called publicly on all parties to urgently reconsider the matter, in the public interest, and to come back before the end of this week with fresh proposals to ensure that the inquiry is instead completed early in the New Year.
Labour councillors will today urge Bristol City Council to oppose regional pay.
They say reducing the pay of more than sixty thousand public sector workers in Bristol could damage the local economy. The New Economics Foundation say regional pay could cost the South West more than twelve thousand jobs.