The world's last flying Sea Vixen is being handed over to the Fleet Air Museum at RNAS Yeovilton today.
The 1950s fighter jet is being gifted to the Fly Navy Heritage Trust and will continue to be used in displays at air shows.
Police in Bath are continuing to search for a missing teenager.
18 year old Sam Amin from Twerton was last seen at a bar in the city in the early hours of Saturday morning. He was last seen near the bus station. Police divers were searching the River Avon yesterday.
One of leading opponents of the badger cull is in Somerset today.
Brian May has campaigned extensively against the cull and he'll be visiting Camp Badger, which has been set up by anti-cull protestors near Williton in Somerset. West Somerset is one of the locations for the cull.
A raccoon dog has been returned to a zoo after going missing in a badger cull area of Somerset.
Tanuki, which belongs to the same family as wolves and foxes, vanished from an enclosed area at Tropiquaria zoo near Minehead.
The raccoon dog went missing at 8pm on Saturday and staff arrived the following day to find damage to a wire panel and a steel bar removed.
Police launched an investigation but a member of the public found Tanuki sniffing a fox carcass half a mile away from the zoo on Sunday evening.
The dog was handed to Vanessa Mason, of Secret World wildlife centre, who brought her back to the zoo after a check-up.
Chris Moiser, zoological director of Tropiquaria, appealed for witnesses to contact police with information about the disappearance.
"We are ever so pleased to have her back and have now placed her in a different enclosure to the one that she was in originally whilst we assess her condition," Mr Moiser said.
"Although she appears fit and well at present we cannot be sure what she has eaten whilst out, or what wild animal diseases she may have come into contact with.
"Fortunately she is immunised against the most common ones though.
"From social website chatter there appear to have been several anti-badger cull people in the area at the time that she disappeared who think that they may have seen something.
"We do ask that they contact the police with any information they may have, even down to timings, because this will increase the chance of an arrest.
"Clearly releasing an animal like this during the badger cull period is an act of crass stupidity and could have led to the death of the animal. We are fortunate that it didn't."
Anyone with information is asked to contact Avon and Somerset Police on 101, quoting incident number.
Wiltshire's chief constable has expressed shock at being investigated by the police watchdog over the way his force handled allegations of sexual abuse.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission is investigating Wiltshire Police chief constable Patrick Geenty, as well as two junior officers, in relation to the way the force dealt with complaints about a sexual abuse investigation in 2008 and 2009.
It is alleged Mr Geenty, the then-assistant chief constable, and the two other officers, withheld information from the original complainants about the extent of the force's failings in dealing with the sexual abuse claims.
Police have released CCTV footage of missing teenager Sam Amin.
The 18 year old went missing in the early hours of Saturday morning after leaving a bar in Bath.
At just before 2am on Saturday he was filmed on a CCTV camera by the side of Bath bus station. In them he looks unsteady on his feet. According to police he was drunk.
Police dive teams are searching the River Avon as they try to find a missing teenager.
Sam Amin was last seen shortly after leaving a bar in Bath in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Five people have drowned in the river since 2009 and there have been calls for increased safety measures.
Sam is described as being of Asian appearance, 5ft 7ins tall, of slim build with short black hair.
He was wearing blue jeans and a red and black lumber-style jacket when he was last seen leaving the OPA bar on North Parade.
Glastonbury organisers have released details about ticket sales for next year's festival.
They'll be available from 9am on Sunday the 5th of October at a cost of £220 - ten pounds more than last year.
You can secure your ticket with a £50 deposit but you will need to register by Tuesday the 30th of September. Details can be found on their website.
A former mayor of Weston-super-Mare, who admitted downloading more than 350 indecent pictures and videos of children, has been jailed for 14 months.
60 year old Philip Judd pleaded guilty to 12 charges of making indecent photographs of a child and possessing prohibited images. Bristol Crown Court heard he was a married father-of-three with a lifetime of public service that covered his 'dark secret'.
A former Mayor of Weston super Mare has been sentenced to 14 months after he admitted downloading more than 350 indecent pictures and videos of children.
Philip Judd had been a local councillor since 2007, and was mayor of Weston-super-Mare between 2010 and 2011. He was appointed vice-chairman of North Somerset Council in May 2013 but resigned just a month later following his arrest.
Police found a total of 205 images and 156 movies stored on his computer and hard drive during a search of his home in Worle.
He pleaded guilty to 12 charges of making indecent photographs of a child and possessing prohibited images.