Bristol City have broken a club record by going 14 games unbeaten at the start of a season.
Aden Flint gave City the lead twice against Bradford, but they were pegged back on each occasion. 2-2 the final score at Ashton Gate. City are now 6 points clear at the top after nearest rivals Peterborough lost at bottom club Crewe.
Swindon Town have suffered a shock 3-2 home defeat by Rochdale. Anton Rodgers and Michael Smith scored for Town, but the visitors scored an injury time winner.
Yeovil Town lost 2-0 at Sheffield United.
And its two straight wins for Cheltenham Town in League Two. They won 2-1 at Cambridge, thanks to a Matt Richards strike and an own goal.
The RSPCA has reported a big increase in the number of abandoned animals in our region with almost 1,500 cases so far this year.
- Bristol 209 cases
- Somerset 541 cases
- Wiltshire 354 cases
- Gloucestershire 318 cases
They include these three rare red-footed tortoises which were found in rabbit hutches at a pet store in Gloucester. If they'd been left outside for any longer they could have really suffered.
The charity has begun an appeal to help it tackle a problem where it says too many animals are being dumped like rubbish. It worries that it will get even worse as winter draws in.
Bristol City Council has revealed that it owns the building in Hanover Place where the new Banksy, known as "Girl with a pierced eardrum" has appeared.
It has released a statement saying that it will try to protect the mural, which has already been vandalised by someone daubing paint on it.
I can confirm that the building does belong to Bristol City Council although it is leased to private tenants. We will consider the options available to protect the Banksy and will work with the tenants of the building as appropriate.
The heavy winds are easing off and tonight will see some clear skies.
Tomorrow morning will see some sunshine but temperatures will remain low.
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Along came Banksy, and everyone's had something to say about it. From the entrepreneurs behind Banksy bacon rolls to a Vermeer fan's special pilgrimage, hear how Bristol has been reacting to its latest celebrity, "The Girl with the Pierced Eardrum”:
Banksy generously gives our city his world renowned art yet these morons choose to damage it for no reason other than vandalism
Surely if someone finds it that offensive they can report it to the council for cleaning off rather than vandalising and spoiling it for others who enjoy it. Probably the same idiots who vandalised the gromits around Bristol!
From the little I know of Banksy, he only paints pictures which are ''acceptable'' to the masses rather than Graffiti which is usually abhored by the masses. Why someone would want to destroy any of his works, is beyond me. Jealousy, perhaps?
I think Banksy's work makes dull places look interesting, plus seeing as he is known globally, I'm sure he has helped to bring in extra tourism and that can't be a bad thing. I'd be quite proud if we had a Banksy on one of our buildings in Okehampton. Throwing paint over his work is just somebodies angry jealousy getting the better of them!
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The night's rain has cleared leaving a largely sunny morning, but with some strong winds.
Going into the afternoon there may be some heavy scattered showers.
Highs of 12C.
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