Fans of Banksy's new work, which is on display at the Bristol Museum after being rescued from a wall in the city, say it should stay there
A tiny dragon has been unveiled as the shape of things to come in Taunton - it's the basis for a special arts trail this summer
The last ever VW campervans have been delivered to the west country to be customised following the closure of the last factory in Brazil
The highest spring tide brought with it a five star Severn bore today.
The Environment Agency had issued a flood warning but in the end the tidal surge wasn't high enough to cause problems. It attracted plenty of would-be bore riders as our Gloucestershire Correspondent Ken Goodwin reports.
A stray cocker spaniel who was rescued on the day he was due to be put down is retiring after a career as one of Wiltshire Police's "most successful" drug detection dogs.
Griffin, who was adopted by the force in 2008 at the age of two, has clocked up an impressive 500 detections in his five-year stint.
His catches include sniffing out a wanted man who was later found to have 450 LSD tablets hidden in his underwear and a woman holding more than £3,000 worth of drugs at a festival.
PC Marie Poole, who will adopt Griffin after a five-year partnership, said he was often happy to form a close bond with the culprits he had sniffed out.
"Being as cute as he is, he has also on a number of occasions given cuddles to people that he has caught," she said.
"Surprisingly, people he has caught have also given him a tickle and told him he's a clever dog while they are being arrested," PC Poole added.
A sculpture of animated books is going on show at Bristol Central library to mark the 400th birthday of libraries in the city.
It's called the Book Hive and is made of 400 used library books, which react to the movement of visitors. It's all thanks to a series of sensors.
It was created by animatronics firm Rusty Squid with the help of an Art Council project.
Video courtesy: Rusty Squid
Marathon runner Jamie McDonald at home with ITV West Country reporter Jonty Messer and camera operator Tim Hughes.
A fundraiser from Gloucester who ran the length of Canada to raise money for charity has been sent a letter on behalf of Prince Harry.
Jamie McDonald arrives home after his 5000 mile run today. The letter said "His Royal Highness was very impressed with your appetite for pain."
Gloucester fundraiser Jamie McDonald will be welcomed back to the city later after his epic run across Canada. He started his five thousand mile run back in March, the first person to do it unaided.
He's due to visit the hospital that's benefited from his achievement and then everyone is invited to join him - in superhero costume - at 6 pm in King's Square for a final run to the Cathedral.
Jamie McDonald from Gloucester has been speaking to us from Canada after finally completing his charity challenge after running five thousand miles from coast to coast..
His epic journey, which began in March last year, ended in Vancouver late last night. Jamie has raised around one hundred and twenty thousand pounds for charity.
A Gloucester man, who has been described as a real life Forrest Gump, has finally stopped running after travelling more than five thousand miles. Jamie McDonald has run from one coast of Canada to the other.
His epic journey, which began in March last year, ended in Vancouver late last night. He's thought to have raised more than £100,000 for hospitals in the UK and Canada.
Gloucester fundraiser Jamie McDonald has finished his latest challenge - a coast-to-coast run across Canada.
He has tweeted pictures from the finish: