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Exeter City Council have made a U-turn on plans to sell an area of open space behind the former Clifton Hill Sports Centre.Read the full story ›
The county council has earmarked closing centres in Westbury, Trowbridge, Mere, Salisbury, Pewsey and Cricklade.Read the full story ›
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A candlelit vigil has been scheduled to take place from 8.30pm tonight, Monday 4th September at Weston General Hospital.
It is in protest of the overnight closure of the hospital's A&E department. Patients have had to travel to Bristol or Taunton for emergency treatment.
A second protest is also set to hold tomorrow at 9am during the board meeting.
The Weston Area Health NHS Trust says the closure is a temporary move, after a Care Quality Commission report labelling the department as 'inadequate' was published.
Protestors staged a vigil outside Seaton Hospital in East Devon today as the site prepares to close its last inpatient beds.
The plans to remove beds from Seaton, Honiton, Exeter and Okehampton community hospitals have been met with strong opposition since they were confirmed in March.
Health officials say they're introducing a new system for more care to be provided at home.
This is the end of an era. This hospital was built by the community with a huge amount of community money in the 1980s. Extensions were paid for entirely by the community in the 1990s. The community put in something like £3 million into this hospital, and now the beds are being closed and we don't know what the future of the hospital is.
A protest will be taking place in Bristol today as the National Union of Teachers fight against the 1% cap on pay increases for teachers.
The cap on pay rises, initially of 0% and then 1% after, has been in place since 2010 as part of the Government's austerity measures.
That means teachers' pay has fallen behind inflation, with many choosing to leave the profession as they struggle to cope.
Boys at a school in Exeter have won in a fight against their school over its summer school uniform policy.Read the full story ›
Far-right campaigners staged a protest against the sentence a “loyal patriot” received after raw bacon was left outside a mosque.Read the full story ›