Two former railway tunnels that run beneath the city of Bath will reopen tomorrow - almost fifty years after they were abandoned.
Students across the south west are competing to come up with the next big smart phone app.
Students are competing to write apps in a 2 day competition at Exeter University.
The 500th volunteer has been signed up for the Special Olympics National Summer Games this year.
The event will be hosted by the University of Bath in August and September this year.
The Games which are held every four years cater for athletes with intellectual disabilities. More than 1,700 are expected to take part, across twelve sports.
There's been a diesel spill stretching from the bus station in Avon Street up the Wellsway to the Odd Down Park and Ride. Police have asked the council for it to be cleaned up.
A jewellers in Bath has been destroyed after a fire broke out last night [Tuesday].
The shop, Nicholas Wylde Jewellery Designer and Goldsmith, has had many famous customers including Jazz singer Jamie Cullum and members of the Royal family.
Crews were at the scene in Northumberland Place until early this morning [Wednesday].
The cause of the blaze is being investigated.
Some users of Bath's new cycling tunnels say the route is dangerous.
Two former railway tunnels were reopened at the start of April after extensive redevelopment. Since then they're been shared by thousands of pedestrians, cyclists and horse riders.
Bath in Fashion kicked off today [Saturday].
It's a week-long event capturing the city's creative flair with collections from designers, stylists and the odd celebrity, including Made in Chelsea star, Jamie Laing.
Our reporter Tamsin Eames went to get a taste of what's on offer.
A queue of screaming fans waited nearly two hours to meet reality TV star, Jamie Laing, as he opened his pop-up store, Candy Kittens, in Bath.
It's part of Bath in Fashion 2013; an event that hopes to celebrate the city's style by showcasing the work of designers and stylists.
The Made in Chelsea star hopes his bold, neon style will brighten up the trends in Bath.
Departing Bath scrum-half Michael Claassens says failure to end the season in the Premiership's top six places, and gaining qualification for next season's Heineken Cup, would constitute a failure.
Bath currently sit in sixth position in the table, but face a daunting final three games of the season against Harlequins, Leicester and Saracens.
Bath scrum-half Michael Claassens has confirmed that he will be leaving the club at the end of this season to join French side Toulon.
The 30-year-old South African says he wouldn't change his time for anything, but wishes he had been able to win a Premiership title:
Bath scrum-half Michael Claassens has confirmed that he will be leaving the club at the end of this season to join French side Toulon.The 30-year-old South African has been at the West Country Premiership outfit for six years.
Claassens won the European Challenge Cup in his first season of 2008 and has been also been club captain for a season.
Two 'Studio Schools' have been approved for Bath and Dorchester by the Government.
The schools will allow 14 to 19-year-olds to study academic subjects through practical projects designed and delivered by employers.
Schools Commissioner Dr Elizabeth Sidwell says Studio Schools are 'crucial in helping those young people who prefer practical learning to pick up the skills wanted by employers':