A hovel on the banks of the Kennet and Avon Canal near Bath that dates back to the 19th Century is to be restored.
The original purpose of the miniature building remains a unknown. Some claim it was used to store munitions in World War Two, while others saying it was a toll office.
The Canal and River Trust hope to have the project finished by next month.
Five-year-olds from a local school have put on hard hats to signal the start of drilling to rebuild the Kelston RoadRead the full story ›
The huge piling rig is up and running alongside the damaged part of Kelston Rd.
It will drill the concrete foundations into the ground - up to 15 metres below the damaged road in an effort to provide better protection after part of the ground subsided.
Meanwhile, Mike Watts who runs the toll road running alongside Kelston Rd says he has hit the 100,000 car mark raising around £180,000 of the £300,000 he needs to break even.
Detectives investigating the murder of the Bath woman Melanie Hall in 1996 have now asked the Crown Prosecution Service for a decision on whether to charge a suspect.
A 45-year-old man, who was arrested at his home in the city last November on suspicion of murder, has today been further bailed until the beginning of December while the CPS considers the evidence against him.
Melanie Hall was 25 when she was last seen at a nightclub in Bath city centre. Her remains were found on a motorway slip road in South Gloucestershire on October 5, 2009.
There were emotional scenes in Bath today as the funeral of Sam Amin took place at the city's Abbey.Read the full story ›
The funeral of Bath student Sam Amin is underway at Bath Abbey. The cortege was accompanied by a cadet drumming band with whom Sam had been a member.
Friends and family of Sam Amin have begun arriving at Bath Abbey ahead of the 18 year olds funeral. Sam went missing following a night out in the city on Sept 12. His body was recovered from the River Avon on Sept 16th. People attending the service have been asked to wear bright colours to celebrate Sam's life.
Hundreds lined the River Avon this afternoon to celebrate the opening of a redeveloped site for one of Bristol's biggest rowing clubs.
After 18 months of work, and £1.2m worth of investment - new boat sheds and clubhouse now sit on the water at Saltford - the combined home of three teams.
Caron Bell reports:
A newly completed £1.2 million boathouse facility for rowers from Bristol and Bath is being officially opened this lunchtime.
The new facility in Saltford is a joint project between the University of Bristol, Avon County Rowing Club and Monkton Combe School in Bath.
The opening ceremony will feature a row past of boats from local clubs, followed by the official opening by Alex Partridge - an Old Monktonian and Olympic silver and bronze medallist.
Students arriving in Bath are being warned about the dangers of the city's river - after it claimed its sixth life in five years.Read the full story ›