Seven men are due to be sentenced at Bristol Crown Court after being convicted of child sexual exploitation. It follows a lengthy investigation in Bristol by Avon & Somerset Police in which a total of 13 men were convicted in two trials.
There are delays of up to 30 minutes on First Great Western services between Westbury and Salisbury due to a signalling problem between Warminster and Salisbury.
First Great Western expects disruption to continue until at least 9am.
If you want to be a police officer you have until 10am this morning to get your application in to the Wiltshire force.
The recruitment drive is the second in as many years in the county. Last year it was so popular the application site had to be closed early.
Two billion pounds' worth of new road schemes for the region are due to be announced on Monday, ITV News West Country understands. These are likely to include a tunnel at Stonehenge and making the A358 into dual carriageway - something Yeovil MP David Laws has been campaigning for.
The Bristol Aero Collection Trust has been awarded £4.7 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund to build a new aerospace centre at Filton Airfield. As well as being used as a museum, the centre will also provide a permanent home for Concorde 216 - the last plane of its kind to be assembled at the Filton site.
The funeral of a brother and sister killed in a car accident in Stroud takes place today.
Jinny-Mae Cook, who was 18, and her brother Bobby Roberts who was 28 died when their car collided with another vehicle on the Ebley bypass almost two weeks ago.
Their mother was almost killed 4 years ago when she was involved in a hit and run accident, and dragged 100 feet under the wheels of a car. She says she's is overwhelmed by all the support she's received.
Seven men are due to be sentenced later after they were convicted of child exploitation charges against four teenage girls in Bristol.
The men, who are all of Somali descent, were found guilty of charges including rape and inciting child prostitution. It follows the largest ever investigation into child sexual exploitation in Bristol.
If you have been affected by the child exploitation issued raised in these trials, the following charities are on hand to offer help and support.
Follow the blue links to their websites:
Action for Children - works directly with over 300,000 children, young people, parents and carers in the UK, tackling issues like abuse and child neglect
Barnardo's - the UK's largest children's charity, with a strong focus on preventing domestic violence
Kids Company - a Bristol-based charity helping the city's marginalised children and young people with all aspects of their lives
Lucy Faithfull Foundation - the only UK-wide child protection charity dedicated solely to reducing the risk of children being sexually abused
NAPAC - the National Association for People Abused in Childhood, set up as a result of a key recommendation by the National Commission of Inquiry into the Prevention of Child Abuse. The Association runs a support line for adults who have suffered any type of abuse in childhood
NSPCC - the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children is a leading UK charity which aims to end all forms of child abuse
Refuge - an anti-domestic violence charity for women and children, which operates a 24-hour helpline
Bristol City has unveiled artists impressions of how the redeveloped Ashton Gate stadium will look.
Earlier this month they revealed the project is on schedule and should be ready in time for next season.
More images will be on display at a supporter consultation meeting at the stadium next Thursday 4 December.
The Somali community has issued a statement following the conviction of 13 Somali men for child sexual exploitation offences