Ten years ago Concorde returned home to Filton at the end of its supersonic era. and all those years later she still has no permanent home
A young boy from North Somerset has managed to rack up a bill of nearly £1000 after his parents left him playing a computer game on an ipad.
Soldiers have been taking part in a Call Of Duty-style experiment in Wiltshire
Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire is to be lit up this weekend to celebrate 175 years since the invention of photography. The National Trust building will be bathed in different colours as part of the abbey's second light festival.
Groups opposed to fracking - the controversial technique of drilling for gas - have described a government incentive as "bribery". Further licences to explore in parts of the West could be issued later this year - in addition to one area of Somerset already identified.
Today the Prime Minister said councils that allow fracking will now be able to keep all the associated business rates as well as other benefits. Our political correspondent Bob Constantine reports from Westminster.
Today marks the tenth anniversary of the last-ever flight of Concorde, the supersonic plane, which was designed and built at Filton. Trustees say two-thirds of the £12 million needed for a permanent museum has now been raised. Richard Payne reports.
Today is the tenth anniversary of the last ever flight of Concorde, the supersonic plane which was designed and built in Bristol.
In 2003 thousands turned out to watch Concorde 216 fly over the West Country before touching down at Filton.
The plane has remained there ever since despite plans to build a museum to house her.
The Mayor of Bristol, George Ferguson, has told ITV News that he wants to find more sites for council-owned wind farms around Bristol in the years to come. The first one was opened at Avonmouth today.
Bristol Mayor, George Ferguson, will today unveil the UK's first council-owned wind farm which is being installed at Avonmouth.
It's hoped the turbines, when they swing into action next month, will become the council's biggest source of renewable energy.
The Science Minister was at a trading estate near Bristol today. The location may sound a little dull - but the work David Willetts went to see is cutting edge in the world of technology.
Nvidia is an American-based firm which has just doubled the size of its operation here in the West. It develops and builds technology used in mobile phones and tablet computers. Our political reporter Robert Murphy joined him.