Union leaders have warned there was "no prospect" of construction work starting this year at a planned nuclear power station in Somerset.
A Cheltenham businessman claims his plans for a rickshaw firm are being delayed by the council
These are extracts from the email sent to all brides and grooms, telling them their wedding at Chewton Place has been cancelled.
A farmer whose herd of beef cattle has been ravaged by bovine TB has opened his doors to show people the effect of the disease. David Barton says he supports the badger culls taking place in the region this summer because, if nothing is done, the situation will become desperate.
Good weather over the bank holiday weekend has boosted tourism in the region. Duncan Sleightholme reports:
Post office workers across the country are going on strike today. In Bristol, five post offices will be affected. These are: The Galleries, Kingswood, Yate, Nailsea, and Keynsham.
The strike has been called in response to disputes over jobs and pay.
The Post Office plans to close 76 offices which will affect more than eight hundred jobs.
The union is seeking protection for jobs and the service. It also wants to secure a fair pay rise for staff who haven't had one since April 2011.
Today, the strike will affect three hundred and seventy three post offices across the country.
Gloucester is one of seven places in the UK being rewarded for revitalising its high street.
It'll get over a hundred and thirty thousand pounds of the High Street Renewal Award.
The city has been praised by the Local Growth Minister for supporting local-start ups and providing advice to growing businesses.
Car maker Honda has reached a target of cutting hundreds of jobs at their Swindon factory.
The company says it's been able to do this mainly through voluntary redundancy. Managers announced 800 job losses at the South Marston plant in January after poor sales in Europe.
The Unite Union said the reduction in compulsory redundancies was a great achievement.
Rolls-Royce will donate a million pounds to towards the establishment of the Bristol Aerospace Centre at Filton. It will also supply a number of heritage engines to the exhibition, including the Olympus 593, which powered Concorde.
It will be displayed alongside Concorde 216, the last of the super-sonic planes to fly.
A public meeting is being held tonight in Compton Martin to talk about the controversial gas drilling method 'fracking'.
The company UK Methane are looking at the Somerset village as one of two places to test drill for shale gas and coal bed methane extraction.
An opposition group says there are concerns of contamination of land and water.
McDonald's has submitted a third planning application for an outlet in the Somerset village of Farrington Gurney.
Residents are against the plans with objections including road safety and environmental damage.
Bath & North East Somerset council has rejected the application once already, while McDonald's withdrawn on a second occasion after a planning officer said it would be refused.
The Royal Bath & West Show is planning to mark its 150th anniversary this May by celebrating its Victorian heritage.
Organisers are appealing for couples named Victoria and Albert to come forward. They will then be special guests of the show. The couples would ideally be married, with certificates to prove their names.
To find out more about the show, click here.