NOC No Change
|Labour||Seats 31||Seats +/- +3|
|Liberal Democrat||Seats 16||Seats +/- -7|
|Conservative||Seats 15||Seats +/- +1|
|Green Party||Seats 6||Seats +/- +2|
|United Kingdom Independence Party||Seats 1||Seats +/- +1|
|Independent||Seats 1||Seats +/- 0|
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Latest updates Bristol City Council
The authority says it is buying the boat in order to clear the way for a harbourside development.
The city council agrees to fund 18 new staff to fix a "crisis" in the back-log of assessments.
The cutting down of grass verges in the Totterdown area of Bristol prompts criticism from locals.
The find at Ashton Court is thought to be a 16th Century stable block.
The station in Bedminster will serve Bristol's 22 buses that run on gas produced by food waste.
A mother and her daughter are stopped over fears the 10-year-old was at risk of female genital mutilation abroad.
A Bristol ice cream parlour gets a premises licence in case its dessert contain too much rum.
The signals on a busy road bridge have cost Bristol City Council nearly £40,000 so far.
Chairman Rob Norman said after "a few difficult years in business, we are unable to continue trading."
Bristol council received more than 100 objections to plans for the Bath Road development.