Stan Lock from Churchill Academy who shaved his head for Cancer was put into isolation for breaking school rules.
Parents of children at one of the region's largest secondary schools are outraged at a decision to axe 22 members of staff.
The redundancies come as Brislington Enterprise College in Bristol converts from local authority control to academy status this weekend. Its new principal says she must cut costs, but there are concerns about the impact on pupils.
The head, who is also the regional director for Oasis, told me the school has been failing its pupils for years.
The cast and crew of Sherlock have been back in Bristol today.
They were filming scenes on King Street for a Christmas special of the popular TV series. Horses and carts and actors in full period costume transformed the city centre.
The stars, Benedict Cumberbatch, Mark Gatiss and Martin Freeman, have been spotted at various locations around the West in recent weeks.
Our cameraman nipped into a local pub to get this shot of the actor playing Dr Watson.
A school in Bristol has apologised for listing UKIP as a racist organisation in a lesson.
The party was featured on a slide of far-right groups for a discussion about tolerance. Bridge Learning Campus in Hartcliffe says it was a mistake and has taken steps to ensure it won't happen again.
The school says it has apologised to UKIP which has thanked it for its "prompt and appropriate response".
Our very own Ian Axton has been nominated for 'Regional Presenter of the Year' at the RTS Television Journalism Awards.
The winners will be announced at a ceremony in London on 18th February.
We wish Ian the best of luck!
Gloucestershire Cricket have announced 34-year old Richard Dawson as the new Head Coach.
The former Yorkshire, Gloucestershire and England off-spinner, will join up with the squad with immediate effect.
Dawson, who ended his playing career with Gloucestershire at the conclusion of the 2011 season stayed on as their specialist one-day coach, before taking the opportunity to join Yorkshire County Cricket Club at the beginning of 2014.
A teenager from Somerset who shaved his head to raise money for charity has been put into isolation for breaking school rules.
14 year-old Stan Lock from Churchill Academy shaved his head in an attempt to raise £100 for MacMillan Cancer Support.
Unfortunately the head teacher took a dim view of the teen's shaved head and has placed him in isolation ever since.
Stan's story has erupted over social media and led to many people donating to his JustGiving page.
The 14-year old has now raised nearly £4000 and the figure is still climbing.
Many of the buildings on the former Elizabeth Shaw chocolate factory site in Bristol are to be demolished.
Developers say they are unsafe and need to be pulled down.
But some people nearby say they wanted to be consulted on the demolition.
Filming is underway at Kings Street in Bristol today for the new episode of hit crime drama Sherlock.
Take a look at some of our undercover snaps below - it seems Sherlock could have travelled back in time?