George Ford booted 24 points as Bath kept the pressure on Northampton at the top of the Premiership with a 39-16 win at rivals Gloucester.Read the full story ›
Bath have kept up the pressure on Premiership leaders Northampton with a 39-16 win over West Country rivals Gloucester at Kingsholm.
George Ford kicked five first half penalties to make it 15-9 at the turnaround.
A penalty try and a Matt Garvey score put Bath further ahead. Dan Robson immediately reduced the deficit with the hosts' only try of the game, before Garvey went over again in the final minute.
It's Bath's biggest ever league win at Kingsholm.
Full report to follow.
West Country neighbours meet for first time this season at Kingsholm in Premiership.Read the full story ›
The long awaited second series of Broadchurch returns in the New Year, but a trailer is out to whet your appetite.
The latest teaser features a song by Laura Doggett, a singer-songwriter and former student of City of Bath College.
We caught up with Laura to talk about her success and her love of Bath.
For many in Bath, the festive season doesn't really start until the Christmas Market opens.
Last year the market brought in an estimated £36m of revenue across the city.
Rob Murphy has been exploring:
Police say Emma Fry, a vulnerable woman missing from Bath for nearly two days, has been found safe and well.
Police are appealing for help to find 41-year-old Emma Fry who is missing.
The last known contact with Emma was just before 7pm on Friday 12 December. Police say they are are concerned for her welfare as she is vulnerable.
Emma is described as a white woman, around 5’4”, average build with short blonde hair.
Police believe she is in the Bath area and she is known to frequent the Bath canal, in particular near to Widcombe.
Anyone who has any information about Emma's whereabouts or has seen her, is asked to call 101 and speak to the duty sergeant at Concorde House.
The Chancellor, George Osborne, has been continuing his visit to the region by touring an engineering factory in Bath. He went to the production line at Rotork, which employs more than three hundred people and exports pumps and valves around the world.
He highlighted Bath's traffic problems as an issue that could hold back the local economy.
Bath Rugby have confirmed Sam Burgess will make his first start for the club against Montpellier tomorrow night.
The Rugby League convert will continue to play at centre for the European Champions Cup match at the Rec.
Francois Louw will make his first appearance of the season after recovering from an injury while on international duty in September. Read more from Bath Rugby.
People in Bath have been queueing up to jump into ice cold water.
The city's first Polar Plunge event was held at Bath University to raise money for Special Olympics GB.
A 20 tonne container was filled with freezing cold water ready for fundraisers to take a quick dip. Olympic swimmer Sharron Davies was there to support the event but this time was staying out of pool.