Avon and Somerset police are supporting an international initiative to keep children safe online.
It comes as figures show that 38% of young people have been affected by cyber bullying.
Safer Internet Day will be launched tomorrow. It will promote positive ways to use technology, and raise awareness about issues like online bullying and privacy.
The event aims to explore how parents and children can help create a better and safer online community.
The NSPCC is advising parents in the South West to be more aware of what sites their children visit when they're online.
Today it began its Share Aware campaign to get families talking about socialising safely on the internet. Cameron Holder, who's 16 and from Bristol, says children need to be especially careful about posting pictures.
"As soon as it's up, you might not be able to take it back down, and somebody can screengrab it, they can do anything with it. Something that's so private, can become public at the press of a button. I think you need to make sure that you think before you send."
Police are investigating after a man wrote on Twitter, "Think I just hit a cyclist. But I'm late for work so had to drive off lol."Read the full story ›
The Bristol Aero Collection Trust has been awarded £4.7 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund to build a new aerospace centre at Filton Airfield. As well as being used as a museum, the centre will also provide a permanent home for Concorde 216 - the last plane of its kind to be assembled at the Filton site.
The Prince of Wales has been out and about in his home county of Gloucestershire.
He met schoolchildren, business reps and organisers before opening Festomane, The Stroud Festival of Manufacturing and Engineering. It was founded in 2012 to promote Stroud's heritage and showcase local employment and training in the sector.
Robotic hand creator Joel Gibbard from Bristol has won second place and a $200,000 prize in an international competition.
Joel, who studied at Plymouth University, has been able to print a prosthetic hand using a 3D printer. He hopes the technique will make prosthetics more affordable.
He had to pitch his idea to a panel of judges at Intel's Make it Wearable challenge.
It has been an awesome experience learning from business experts and the other teams. We're far more customer-focused now and the result is going to be a prosthetic that is perfectly suited to the needs of amputees. With the money we've now won we can complete the development of this device and get these hands on amputees.
You can find out more about Joel and his robotic hand here.
The Business Secretary Vince Cable is on a visit to Bristol in which he is calling in at some of the most cutting edge firms in the region.
His first stop was to open a £28 million extension to the National Composites Centre at the Bristol and Bath Science Park. It conducts research into materials that can be used in industries including aerospace, motorsport, marine and satellite.
As Hollywood hit the red carpet for the "Fury" premiere on Sunday, Brad Pitt paid tribute to his unusual co-star; a WWII tank from Dorset.Read the full story ›
The 'Being Brunel' exhibition is being supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and The Duke of York.Read the full story ›
A ambitious bid to build the world's first 1,000 mph car has moved a step closer with the installation of a state-of-the-art jet engine.Read the full story ›