Political Correspondent, David Wood, writes about the newly announced budget by the Chancellor and what this means for the region.Read the full story ›
A new report has found serious failings in the GWR rail upgrade casting doubts on when it will be delivered and the budget for it.Read the full story ›
Local politicians in Wiltshire are warmly welcoming Dyson's plans to build a second technology campus.Read the full story ›
Traders in towns across the South West are warning they'll have to increase prices - after being landed with rate rises of more than 60%.Read the full story ›
The British manufacturing giant was hit by the weak pound and a £671 million corruption fine, the company said.Read the full story ›
The tolls drivers pay to cross the Severn Bridge are to be cut by up to 75% by next year, the Transport Secretary has announced.Read the full story ›
Bath could become the first city in the country to charge overnight visitors a 'tourist tax' on top of their hotel or B & B bill.Read the full story ›
Car drivers will pay an extra 10p to cross the Severn Bridge or Second Severn Crossing next year.
Severn River Crossing PLC, the company that runs the bridges, has announced the tolls for next year:
- Cars and motorvans will pay £6.70 - up from £6.60
- Small goods vehicles and small buses will pay £13.40 - up from £13.20
- Heavy goods vehicles and buses will pay £20 - up from £19.80.
The new tolls will come into effect on January 1st.
Read more: Call to abolish Severn tolls
The £24 million extension to Bristol Airport's West Terminal will be opened later today with improved security and arrivals facilities.Read the full story ›
There will be no Dawlish Air Show next year. It's the second year in a row that it's been cancelled. Organisers are blaming lack of funds.Read the full story ›