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Government rejects £40m bid for 12,000 seater Arena and £40m for Colston Hall refurbishment. Mayor Ferguson - who promised an Arena by 2016 in his election campaign - responds.
European Commissioner Janez Potočnik announces the news...shades of the London 2012 Games announcement perhaps?
Karl Falkenberg, the DG of the European Commission Department for Environment speaks to @bbcrb.
@bbcrb interview earlier today. Measures include discounted permits for small biz, citywide traders permit and extra consultation.
Local Government Reporter Angus Young on Ms Yates' departure. Hull City Council still has not given an official reason for her going.
Cumberland Road and Hotwell Road - only options being considered. Review looking "very promising" says Mayor.
Mayor @georgefergusonx on @bbcrb discussing the design competition he is launching to select an architect for the long-awaited 12,000 seater arena at Temple Meads. Due date: 2016, estimated cost: c.£80m.
"Independents for Bristol" is seeking candidates to fight the May local elections. They insist they are not allied to the Independent Mayor. This piece first broadcast on @bbcrb at 0720 this morning.
Nick Higgs on BBC Radio Bristol #uwestadiumday
Broadcast on BBC Radio Bristol at 0805 10.01.13, followed by interviews with Pip Sheard from Stop BRT2 and James Durie, Director of Bristol Chamber of Commerce.
Original architect, dreamer & pilot of Audioboo, now creating Adio.fm. Dad of 4, wants a vegetable garden. Organic, of course...
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