'Significant number' of Hotpoint, Indesit and Creda tumble dryers 'pose a fire risk'Read the full story ›
The Bristol project helping us avoid binning hundreds of pounds worth of un-eaten food each year.Read the full story ›
Our very own Kylie Pentelow has Asked EllieRead the full story ›
A water company has accused manufacturers of costing them millions in blockages caused by flushed wipes - some are labelled "flushable".Read the full story ›
Reports suggest the chance to get petrol at less than £1 a litre may not last - the RAC is urging drivers to make the most of it.Read the full story ›
Why don't the recycling companies take black or brown plastic?
My story is, I slipped 3 discs just over 3 years ago which have left me disabled. I slipped 2 discs in my neck, 1 disc at the lower part of my back and all 3 disc crushed my nerves in my back. I'm very limited to what I can do now because I'm in constant pain. Can I get any support?
Ellie, why do traffic lights work overnight when there is no traffic on the road?
Some residents in the Redland area of Bristol are without water after a burst main.
Bristol Water has a crew working to fix the issue on Clarendon Road. At the moment it's not clear how many households are being affected.
People are being warned to be wary of bogus charity collectors operating in Bath city centreRead the full story ›
Dear Ellie I have a question! I'd love my husband to learn to cook, are there any good courses in Bristol to assist him in learning the skills to rustle up a tasty dish or two?! Thank you! Jenny
We got in touch with Little Kitchen in Bristol - here's Claire Warren
Jenny Russe we hope this helps. Good luck Lee and enjoy the cooking.