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Police search for car after collision with cyclist

Police are searching for dark coloured Vauxhall Astra. Credit: Avon and Somerset Police

Police have released a picture of a car they are searching for after a fail to stop collision in Bristol.

The incident took place at approximately 3.25pm on March 31 on Gloucester Road between Rudthrope Road and Filton Avenue.

A car was collided with a cyclist before driving away from the scene.

The cyclist has been taken to hospital with serious head injuries. It is thought he is in a life-threatening condition.

The vehicle involved is believed to be a dark coloured Vauxhall Astra which is thought to be less than six years old.

The car may have minimal damage along the nearside.

Touching message of support to immigrants goes viral

A touching message of support to immigrants following the Brexit referendum result has gone viral.

The message - left on a bucket of roses outside the Playfull Toy shop on Gloucester Road - reads "If you are an immigrant to the UK please take a rose! And remember 62% of Bristolians voted to stay in the EU".

The picture has been seen by more than 48,000 people, and shared an incredible 11,000 times.

It has also attracted hundreds of comments, with many voicing their support and anger towards a reported increase in racism since the vote.

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Bristol traders set up grocery delivery service

A group of independent traders on Bristol's Gloucester Road has set up its own online grocery service. It is one of the first of its kind outside London.

Nearly all online grocery shopping in the UK is with big supermarket chains. Many of these stores actually lose money on the service as it costs so much to pick and deliver the goods. So what are the chances for this new, independent website? Robert Murphy reports.

Deputy Mayor presents couple with bus stop sign

Bus couple with deputy Mayor Councillor Geoff Gollop Credit: ITV News West Country

Councillor Geoff Gollop presented Aly Hussein and his wife, Michala, with a sign from the bus stop where the couple first met and fell in love.

The bus stop in Bristol is being dismantled and replaced.

Ali runs a business next to stop on Gloucester Road and met Michala when she used to wait for a bus there every day after work.

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