Works to the train line near Ashley Down overnight kept this resident awake until the early hours of the morning The 43-year-old resident of Stottbury Road, near Fairfield School, told the Bristol Post: “They’re improving the network and increasing the railway lanes. We’ve not got a problem with that. We’ve barely noticed the trains as it is. “On Saturday and last night they’re pile driving posts into the embankment. https://twitter.com/orientalmed“Last night the best way to describe it is it seems like someone was drilling into the wall of my house.” The resident said he and his neighbours

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 –  Staff Writer, Charlotte Business Journal This acupuncture franchise is offering free visits to celebrate its first location in the Tar Heel State. Modern Acupuncture says all patients can take advantage of that offer through Oct. 24 at its new location in the Blakeney shopping center in south Charlotte. That roughly 1,000-square-foot location was designed to incorporate healing and relaxation with natural colors, soft lighting and music. acupuncture and back painAcupuncture utilizes tiny needles to access points on the body. It can help alleviate pain and anxiety, enhance sleep, treat

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The Exchange now includes a cafe and record shop Alex Does Coffee and West Street Kitchen are the area's newest kids on the block, but they are far from the only businesses to spot the area's potential over the past year or so. Cafe No 25a, which is quietly serving perhaps the best toasties in Bristol, opened towards the end of 2016. Bristol acupuncture clinicOwner Chris also runs No 12 in Easton, so he clearly has a good eye for an up-and-coming area. http://www.satprnews.com/2017/12/30/acupuncture-non-woven-fabric-market-by-applications-types-new-technology-opportunity-analysis-and-foreca

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Iconic late-night Bristol venue Yia Mass to be sold The owners are looking for a “quieter life” Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email One of Park Street’s most popular late-night venues is going to be sold. Business property adviser Christie & Co has been instructed to sell the leasehold of Yia Mass in Park Street. The venue, which is an eatery during the day, trades as a bar and late-night music venue which stays open until 5.30am on Friday and Saturday nights. It has been under the same ownership since 2005. A Christie & Co spokesperson says its clients are now looking for a "quieter

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