The city council are encouraging motorists to park in this way on one street to try and stop inconsiderate pavement parking.Read the full story ›
The prince and the former American actress are to visit the University of Bath in April to attend the UK team trials for the Invictus GamesRead the full story ›
Students are joining University of Bath staff on campus to protest over plans to change lecturers' pensions.
A week long strike continues at both Bristol and Bath Universities after the University and College Union rejected the latest proposal to resolve the dispute were rejected.
The union plans a further fortnight's action to target at exams and assessment.
Eboni Beckford-Chambers is not only looking to help her team win back the Super League title, she's also heading to the Commonwealth Games.Read the full story ›
The Bath Half Marathon has been cancelled due to the snow.
The race was due to take place on Sunday.
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Runners are being offered a refund on their entry fees as organisers said there was no hope of rescheduling.
Sadly, it is not possible to simply postpone the race to a future date. A big 'closed road' participation event such as ours can't be easily re-scheduled, it is not like re-booking a spectator event in a fixed venue.
A man from Bath has been sentenced to life for the murder of 27-year-old Tashan Corpe in Foxhill in August 2017.Read the full story ›
Bath's Lizzie Yarnold has won gold in the skeleton at the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, while teammate Laura Deas - who also trains in Bath - took the bronze.
It makes Lizzy Yarnold the first British athlete to successfully defend her Olympic title.
It's also the first time two Team GB athletes have been in the top three in the same event at the Winter Olympics.
Anthony Whelan was sentenced at Bristol Crown Court following his conviction for offences in Bath and Portishead.Read the full story ›
Olympic champion Lizzy Yarnold will lead Team GB into Friday's Opening Ceremony of the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter GamesRead the full story ›
The death of University of Bath student Alex Green is no longer being treated as a criminal investigation.
Alex, 22, was found unconscious at a bus stop in Westmoreland Road, off Lower Bristol Road in Bath, in the early hours of Saturday 30 September last year.
He died at Southmead Hospital three days later from internal head injuries.
Following an exhaustive inquiry, we’ve reached the stage where we’re no longer treating Alex’s death as a criminal act.
His family have been updated on this development.
We’ll continue to carry out enquiries on behalf of the Coroner’s Office.
I’d like to thank the public and the media for their help with our previous appeals and our sympathies remain very much with Alex’s family.