The family of Sammuel Amin have formally identified his body.
The 18 year old went missing after a night out in Bath on Saturday morning. His body was found yesterday (Tuesday) after a police search of the River Avon in the city centre.
Questions have been raised over a thirteen million pound funding black hole for Bristol's arena project.
The Liberal Democrat Bristol City Councillor Tim Kent says the city's mayor, who is behind the scheme, hasn't given enough information on how the twelve thousand seater Arena will be financed. George Ferguson says it's "irresponsible nonsense to talk of a 'black hole' and project is a long term investment.
Chief Constable Patrick Geenty will remain in his job while he is under investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission.
Wiltshire's Police and Crime Commissioner Angus Macpherson has released the following statement:
Further plans to improve safety alongside the river Avon in Bath are to be considered by the local council after three deaths this year, and six since 2009.
Yesterday police recovered the body of a young man from the river near Churchill bridge, believed to be that of teenager Sam Amin.
Although some security fencing was put up after earlier deaths, the towpath at that spot is less well protected. Now council leader Paul Crossley says it may have to be closed at night to stop people stumbling into the river by accident - but that would mean erecting higher fences and, presumably, gates, to allow access to boat owners.
The council, along with the Environment Agency, is spending around four hundred thousand pounds on other safety features, including trellis-style handholds on the riverbanks for people to grab hold of if they do fall in. There will also be extra lighting as part of a redesigned lock gate near Pulteney Weir.
Further warnings will also be issued to Bath's large student population about the perils of walking along the towpath at night - particularly when drunk. New student accommodation is being built close to the spot where the latest drowning happened.
The latest jobs figures for the South West show 137,000 people were unemployed in our region for the months May to July 2014. This is a slight increase on the previous quarter of February to April when 136,000 were out of work.
The unemployment rate has risen 0.1% to 5.0%, which is still one of the lowest rates it's been for the last 6 years.
Across the whole of the UK unemployment fell by 146,000 to 2.02million in the three months to the end of the July. The unemployment rate fell to 6.2%, its lowest rate since the September to November 2008.
For millions of her fans Agatha Christie was the pioneer of the murder mystery novel - with an uncanny ability to keep readers hooked with her amazing story telling.
But behind the author - what was she like as a woman? For the second part of our series on Agatha Christie - We've been speaking to her grandson about his memories - and been given exclusive access to the secret family archive.
The husband of a Cheltenham woman who died taking part in a charity cycle ride has described her as "a wonderful mother who would do anything for anyone".
Sally Preece died after she collided with a car whilst taking part in a Lands End to John O'Groats cycle ride - raising money for the Alzheimers Society. Since her death her fundraising page has been inundated with donations. Our Gloucestershire Correspondent Ken Goodwin reports
A petition of 14,000 signatures will be handed to South Gloucestershire's health bosses - calling for a Minor Inuries Unit at Cossham Hospital.
People living in the area say closing the unit at Frenchay Hospital has left them with long distances to travel. A protest is expected at Kingswood Park later.
A decision over whether to allow a waste incinerator to be built at Javelin Park near Gloucester has been postponed.
The incinerator, which would burn household and commercial refuse instead of sending it to landfill, was turned down by Gloucestershire County Council's planning committee after protests from people living near the site. But the consortium behind the proposal appealed.
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles was to have given a decision today. But his department says that's has now been postponed until the end of November.
Avon and Somerset Police are carrying out safety checks on child car seats in South Gloucestershire today. Last year checks in the area found almost half of the seats were fitted incorrectly. Vehicles will be stopped at Thornbury Fire Station to reassure adults that they're fitted correctly.