An inquest will begin today into the death of a 12 day old baby at Bristol Children's Hospital.
Harley Pascoe was born with half a heart. His operation was cancelled five times because - his parents were told - he wasn't ill enough to need it urgently.
Harley is among 32 babies and children who have died on Ward 32 - Bristol Children's Hospital's cardiac unit
A South Gloucestershire primary school's been forced to closed after dozens of children and teachers came down with norovirus.
Two Mile Hill School in Kingswood will be closed until Monday to allow for deep cleaning.
There's been a call for the Health Secretary to investigate claims about botched eye operations at a hospital in Somerset.
Lawyers acting for patients who were treated for cataracts at a mobile clinic in the grounds of Musgrove Park hospital say more than 30 people suffered complications. The operations were carried out by a private firm contracted by the NHS.
Labour say the government needs to investigate why the operations weren't stopped as soon as concerns were raised.
Here's the Shadow Health Minister Andrew Gwynne
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A school in South Gloucestershire has called off a visit from African teachers after parents raised concerns over the Ebola virus.
The teachers were due arrive from The Gambia, where there have been no reported cases of the illness.
It's become an annual event at Raysfield Infant School. For the last six years the Future in our Hands organisation has been sending the teachers for what the school describe as "a rich educational experience."
But the most recent trip has been cancelled, after a number of parents raised concerns over the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone.
In a statement, headteacher Alison Wood told us "Since August I have been in contact with Public Health England who have reassured me that there were no reasons to cancel the planned trip from the Gambian teachers on the grounds of safety."
"However the level of concern from some parents about the planned trip has prompted Kristina Lundahl, from The Future in our Hands in The Gambia, to postpone the trip."
The West now has a bigger, faster air ambulance. Crucially it can land on the helipad at the Bristol Royal Infirmary and Gloucestershire Royal, which will save vital minutes transferring patients.
The old aircraft wasn't powerful enough to be allowed to land or take off from there.
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The new Great Western Air Ambulance has taken flight - if only a metre or so above ground.
The helicopter was showing off what it can do in front of the press pack at Filton Airfield.
The £250,000 craft brings the service into the 21st century and means it can use the new helipad at the Bristol Royal Infirmary, allowing its patients immediate access to the hospital.
The Great Western Air Ambulance Trust has unveiled its new helicopter.
The previous aircraft was designed in 1958 and wasn't powerful enough to be allowed to land or take off on an elevated helipad.
But the £250,000 EC135 will be able to land at the new helipad at Bristol Royal Infirmary, saving 20 mins patient transfer time.
It will serve Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset, Gloucestershire and parts of West Wiltshire - an area with around 2.1 million people.
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