The six week badger cull in Gloucestershire and Somerset officially ends today. It's the second year that badgers have been shot to try to stop them spreading TB to cattle. Last year the cull was extended because not enough animals had been killed. Protesters say it's been a failure again this year, but the National Farmer's Union disagree.
Chloe Jasmine from Wells was voted off the X Factor this weekend after a sing off with our other west country act Stereo Kicks. The 24 year old jazz singer failed to impress the judges with her rendition of Will You Still Love Me by The Shirelles.
After Cowell, Louis Walsh and Mel B voted for her to leave the show, the cheeky contestant said: "I was going to just ask - can I be the ninth member of Stereo Kicks?"
She also praised her mentor Cheryl for "taking a chance" and putting her on the live shows.
A tribute site has been set up for 19 year old Katie Ann Bagwell who died after the car she was travelling in plunged into the River Parrett in Somerset.
Lord of the Rings actor Sir Iain McKellen had some stern words for the pupils at Chew Valley School near Bristol during a recent visit. He was visiting the school to celebrate their work promoting human rights, opposing bullying and homophobic language and behaviour at school.
They recently addressed a Stonewall Conference in London and were made Stonewall Champions. Stonewall is an organisation set up by Sir Iain McKellen promoting equal rights.
The evening will start dry but winds will be picking up over the Bristol channel, with heavy and persistent rain overnight.
Tuesday morning will be sunny and largely dry, but with one or two showers cropping up towards the afternoon.
Highs of 12C.
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A teenager's died after her car plunged into the River Parrett in Somerset. The 19-year-old woman was being driven along Broadmead near Martock when the accident happened just after 1am on Sunday. The male driver, who's 21, managed to escape. He's been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving.
A climber has been rescued with serious injuries after a fall in north Somerset. An RAF Sea King helped to rescue the climber yesterday evening in Goblin Combe. The climber was taken to hospital for treatment.
Results from a poll on the recently trialled badger cull suggests that 9 out of 10 people in the UK are against the practice.
The trial cull in Gloucestershire and Somerset officially ended today. Of the 2000 polled, only 3 in 4 were aware of the cull. They were then given information about the UK trial, and the Welsh government’s success in cutting bovine TB through vaccination rather than culling.
The final poll then showed that 89% said that they wanted the government to stop culling badgers, and instead to follow the Welsh example.
The poll was carried out by ComRes, and was commissioned by Care for the Wild and the Badger Trust.