People across the West Country have been getting extremely creative ready for Halloween. Check out our galleryRead the full story ›
Eagle-eyed cameraman Matt Mulcrone spotted a shark-like fish in the background of a shot while interviewing a diver by the breakwater in Brixham.
He thought it was a dogfish. The diver, Ian Russell from Bristol, followed it and was able to pick it up. He identified it as a rare blue shark and told ITV News West Country he was thrilled as he had never seen anything like it in 12 years of diving off the South Devon coast.
He immediately returned it to the water and encouraged it to swim away.
Children's parties are normally filled with fun, games and lots of sugar. The little ones leave with party bags and often hyped up, the parents leave - exhausted.
But given all the recent publicity about the dangers of refined sugar what if there were parties with none at all? Would it spoil the fun? We sent Ellie Barker to find out.
More than 120 pub mirrors and glass panes have been sold for £20,000 at auction in Dorchester.
Many were used as props in films and TV programmes but they were put on sale as old-fashioned pubs are no longer popular for dramas.
The auction was held by Duke's Auctioneers, which says there was a lot of interest in the items, with plenty of new buyers coming forward.
It says the total raised "exceeded expectations".
More than 120 pub mirrors, glass panes and other fittings are going up for auction in Dorchester today. Have a sneak peek at some of these unusual artefacts:
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More than 120 pub mirrors, glass panes and other fittings are going up for auction in Dorchester this week (Tuesday).
They come from a prop hire company and some may even have appeared on television. They're being sold as there's no demand for pub sets these days. Programme-makers also prefer perspex to glass for safety reasons and try to avoid brand names.
Forty 5ft hare statues are to be auctioned today to raise money for the Gloucester Wildlife Trust. They've been on display around Cirencester since March. Ken Goodwin was there at the project's inception:
A little local knowledge in our newsroom has located the new Banksy near the Cottage pub on Hanover Place in Bristol docks.
It's National Chocolate Week but did you know the West Country has played a key role in its history? Here are five excuses to grab a bar.Read the full story ›