A representative from a key farmers union has told ITV News dairy farmers are "staring into the abyss" at the beginning of 2016 after a key retailer said it was slashing the price it pays for milk.
The Chairman of the National Farmers Union dairy board Rob Harrison said it looked like being a particularly bleak year for dairy farmers and warned that the industry was in absolute crisis.
Meanwhile dairy farmers from another group are planning a march on Downing Streetas the row over milk prices deepens.
Farmers from the West Country are planning to march on Downing Street as the row over milk prices deepens.Read the full story ›
Airbus will receive £37 million to create an advanced testing centre in Bristol. The state-of-the-art building will open its doors in 2017.Read the full story ›
The Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne is to visit Airbus at its site in Filton in Bristol later this morning.
He will be at the site from 9am.
The final beam in the new steel frame of the Airport's west terminal will be laid in a topping out ceremony this afternoon.Read the full story ›
Bristol Rovers begin a High Court appeal today against a decision to allow Sainsbury's to pull out of a deal to buy the Memorial Stadium.Read the full story ›
The Chairman of Bristol Rovers tells ITV News the club could start building a new stadium this summer despite a dispute with Sainsbury's.Read the full story ›
It's been 40 years since Concorde took off on its first commercial flight in 1976Read the full story ›
Oldbury power station has sent out its final shipment of nuclear fuel.
The station in South Gloucestershire opened in 1967 but was shut down in 2011.
A team of more than 200 staff will decommission the site.
Site Director, Mike Heaton says it's an end of an era.
While the site is decommissioned, the reactor buildings will be kept for at least another 80 years.
The future of one of the biggest events in Bristol is in doubt after losing funding.
The St Pauls Carnival attracts huge crowds - but it's only been held twice in the past four years.
The festival is a celebration of the city's Afro-Caribbean culture, and we've taken a quick look back at its history.
Organisers insist this isn't the end - and that next year's event will go ahead, despite Bristol City Council pulling funding due to what it said was a lack of confidence in the organisers.