Residents living in Bedminster in Bristol are being allowed back into their homes following a fire and the discovery of a hazardous substance.
One person has been arrested and the cordon in Hastings Close has been reduced. Police say they're still trying to establish what the chemicals were being used for.
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Europe's biggest urban paint festival is in Bristol this weekend, with more than 350 artists creating works along the streets of Bedminster.Read the full story ›
Prince Philip will not make any further official appearances in the South West after announcing his retirement.
The 95 year-old will step down from service in the autumn and there are no scheduled engagements in the West Country before then.
Today, we spoke to people in Ashburton and Bristol, who gave us this reaction to the news:
More than 30 firefighters have been tackling a fire at a warehouse in South Bristol. The plume of smoke could be seen for milesRead the full story ›
Warden Street, Bristol is the ninth worst for crime including shoplifting. But it doesn't have any shops and the survey got its name wrongRead the full story ›
A series of arson attacks have been reported in Bedminster, people on motorbikes have been throwing bottles with flammable liquid inside.Read the full story ›
Bristol is playing host to another festival this weekend with hundreds of graffiti artists descending on the city for Upfest.Read the full story ›
A couple in Bristol have got engaged after a rather unique proposal - in graffiti.
The colourful display can be seen in North Street, in the Bedminster area of the city.
Groom-to-be Jago teamed up with the street artist and illustrator known as SPZero76 to ask his partner Anna to be his wife.
Luckily for such a public proposal - she said yes.
Today I helped Jago propose to Anna with the help of Upfest - The Urban Paint Festival
She said Yes!!!
Part of Bristol is getting shoppers in the Christmas spirit with its very own elf trail.
If you head to Bedminster, you might find yourself bumping into some elves. The community is taking it all very seriously - local schools have provided some of the little helpers and there's even an 'Elf and Safety' office.
The idea is children look for some of a hundred elves and claim rewards at candy check-in points if they spot them.
Obviously I think the kids will really jump on board and I hope their parents too. Anyone strolling through the area can just have it as an extra fun thing to do, you know - spot some elves.
The controversial roll-out of resident parking zones in Bristol continues today, as Bedminster becomes the latest area to go live with the scheme.
Mayor George Ferguson introduced the zones across the city to stop commuter parking and reduce congestion.