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Police investigating the murder of a man in Bristol are still questioning a 20-year-old man. Three men who were also being held have been released on bail pending further inquiries.
19-year-old Nicholas Robinson was found stabbed in an enclosed car park off Jamaica Street on Wednesday evening. He died at the scene.
The rail line between Taunton and Bristol Temple Meads is to re-open today after the floods.
But there will be a reduced service because of severe damage to signalling systems and the infrastructure around Bridgwater. Extra road transport will help to supplement the timetable while the repairs continue.
David Cameron has congratulated Kelly Gallagher on winning Great Britain's first ever gold medal at the Winter Paralympics.
Many congratulations to Kelly Gallagher - winning Britain's first ever Paralympic gold with victory in the Super-G. #GoParalympicsGB.
Great job by Jade Etherington too - winning her second medal. #GoParalympicsGB
Kelly Gallagher and guide Charlotte Evans have won Great Britain's first ever gold medal at the Winter Paralympics with victory in the women's visually-impaired super-G in Sochi.
Jade Etherington and guide Caroline Powell won bronze.
Final preparations are underway for the Cheltenham Festival which starts tomorrow. The event is one of the most prestigious on the National Hunt horse racing calendar. More than two hundred thousand people are expected to attend the meeting over the next four days.
People whose homes have been flooded are to be given low cost loans by South Somerset District Council.
Those on low incomes will be eligible for a loan of up to £15,000 with a fixed interest rate of 4%. The council say they've also allocated £100,000 to help with the recovery.
Artists in Burnham-on-Sea are hoping to have the same success as the Gromit trail in Bristol with their very own lighthouse trail.
32 models of the iconic Burnham Lighthouse will be scattered around the area in May. They'll all be auctioned off at the end of summer to raise money for the trauma charity 'Petal'.
The owner of a successful restaurant is giving away her business to a charity. Linda Jones says that she could have sold the Pepper Crescent Bistro in Cheltenham, but wanted to ensure that it continues for a good cause.
So she's giving it to the National Star College Charities, so that students can use it for training and work.