Councillors in Bath and North East Somerset have voted to review cuts to public toilets.
Toilets have been closed completely in Twerton, Peasedown and Weston - despite campaigns to keep them open. Now the council has voted to pause the current programme of reductions and consult with residents on the changes.
The Tour of Britain returns to the West today - stage six begins at Bath's Royal Cresent this morning - the start of 128 miles of racing. The 100 elite cyclists will be weaving along Wiltshire's country lanes en route. Businesses are taking advantage of the event - one brewery's even making a Tour beer.
Philip Downes from Box Steam Brewery tells us more about the drink:
Bath Abbey has reached the £1 million mark in its fundraising campaign. A total £19 million is needed to improve facilities and help repair a collapsed floor at the Abbey which hosts half a million visitors each year.
George Ford eclipsed Danny Cipriani in the battle of the England fly-halves as Bath overcame Sale 29-20 in their Aviva Premiership opener.Read the full story ›
It's an opening day win for Bath. Mike Ford's men won 29-20 at Sale, thanks to tries from Anthony Watson and Semesa Rokoduguni, plus 19 points from the boot of George Ford.
Watch interviews with Mike Ford, George Ford, Henry Thomas and Stuart Hooper ahead of this afternoon's opener at Sale.Read the full story ›
Gloucester were thrashed 53-6 at Premiership champions Northampton in the season's opener at Franklin's Gardens.Read the full story ›
Researchers from the University of Bath say they've developed a new computer programme to assess a person's need for a knee replacement.
At the moment a patient's condition is assessed visually by surgeons. It's thought the new method could reduce the 90,000 knee replacements that take place each year.
A businessman who built a £300,000 toll road to bypass roadworks on Kelston Road is on course to make his money back. 62 year old Mike Watts rented an empty field next to the A431 which connects Bristol and Bath and built a 365m bypass. Mike Watts needs to make £60,000 a month to break even and is almost there.
People are coming over the road with beaming faces and I have had letters of support from all over the country.
We are actually on Google Maps now which is brilliant because it means that sat navs are recognising the road now.
But we have managed to hit that 25,000 mark even though the signs for the road on the Gloucestershire side only went up last week, and the signs on the B&NES side haven't gone up yet.
A cash machine at a Barclays Bank near Bath was attacked at money stolen this weekend.
Police are looking for four men in connection with the incident which saw the machine in Combe Down damaged by a small explosion.