It's weigh in time for animals at the Wild Place Project near Bristol. Hundreds have to be monitored to check they are healthy.Read the full story ›
Marc Carter put out an internet plea after his 13-year-old son Ben wore his other cup out - and refused to drink from anything else.Read the full story ›
Terminally ill Amber Snailham, 17, said "I do" when boyfriend Callum Firks got down on one knee after she was told her cancer had spread.Read the full story ›
A charming paper version of Bristol has been created for a film promoting the city as a place to visit over ChristmasRead the full story ›
By day he's a reception teacher in Bristol - in his spare time he's on of the world's strongest men u90kg!Read the full story ›
Last night the moon appeared 14 times bigger than usual at it came the closest to earth it's been in nearly 70 years.Read the full story ›
Tonight's supermoon should be a spectacular sight - except for the fact that much of the South West is covered in cloud.
The Exeter-based police helicopter has got around the problem by flying above the clouds.
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It's more usually the remit of their cat counterparts - but this time it was a dog who's had to be rescued from a tree.
Fire crews at Newquay Fire Station were called out to reports of "something" in need of a rescue:
Late night call 01:30 to something stuck up a tree and needed rescuing but what?
And it turned out to be somebody's pet!
A little Jack Russell chased a cat up the tree, but got stuck themselves.
So it was not a Cat or a person but a Dog that was a first for all the crew,but safely brought down and handed back to owner
But don't worry, this tail has a happen ending.
Crews used a triple extension ladder to rescue the dog, who's been safely reunited with his owner.
Thousands of people packed Ottery St Mary to watch burning tar barrels being carried through the streets.Read the full story ›
The largest illuminated carnival in Europe took place last night in Somerset. Thousands of people lined the streets to enjoy the spectacle.Read the full story ›