Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg visits ITV studios while in Bristol
Hundreds of people have been queuing this morning to get their hands on a Gromit figurine on sale at Cribbs Causeway in Bristol.
A Bristol charity has launched an appeal for underwear as they say it's one of the things homeless people need that is rarely donated
There's been a bit of a mystery surrounding a glowing creature that appeared in Bristol Harbour.
This is footage shot on a mobile phone. Well it was tweeted by numerous people - including the Mayor of Bristol. It looked like a squid and even marine experts were consulted. Well unfortunately is wasn't a deep sea creature or something from outer-space.
It was in fact all a stunt by TV channel, designed to promote a new show.
Bristol Academy manager Mark Sampson has been named as the new England Women's head coach by the Football Association.
The 31-year-old has signed a four-year deal and moves to the national set-up after five-years in charge of the Vixens.
Last season he guided them to the Super League final and finished runners-up to Liverpool. Sampson replaces Hope Powell who was sacked in August after 15-years.
A decision's been made tonight to allow Bristol Cathedral school to take over part of the city's historic central library.
The new Bristol Cathedral Primary school, which began operating this September, wants to hold its lessons there. At the moment, the area is currently used for bookshelves and storage.
The school will pay rent of between £50,000 - £60,000 per year, on a 125-year lease.
Objectors to the scheme fear the conversion will damage the building's architecture and diminish the library's archive service.
Police have arrested eight people for drugs offences after raids on homes in Bristol.
5 people are still in custody after the searches yesterday in homes in Staple Hill, Fishponds and Kingswood.
Police believe they have seized around £5,000 pounds worth of heroin and crack cocaine.
– EasyJet spokesperson
EasyJet can confirm that flight EZY423 from Bristol to Edinburgh diverted to Newcastle due to high winds in Edinburgh this morning. The flight was hit by lightning on approach to Newcastle Airport. The aircraft is equipped to safely withstand lightning and at no point was the safety of the flight compromised.
EasyJet would like to apologise to passengers for any inconvenience caused.
The Airbus A319 was carrying 134 passengers and six crew. The safety of its passengers and crew is the airline’s highest priority.
A plane flying from Bristol to Edinburgh was hit by lightning this morning.
The Easyjet flight, carrying 140 passengers and crew, was hit after the plane was diverted to Newcastle because of high winds. The company says the aircraft is built to withstand lightning.
The passengers continued their journey by coach.
A scaffolding tower has collapsed near a busy shopping area in Bristol.
It happened in Princess Victoria Street in Clifton village just after 7 this morning.
It had been in place for a month and was due to stay for several more weeks when it crashed down, hitting the top of the houses opposite.
No one was hurt but the road was closed for a number of hours.
Charles Lucas is a councillor in Clifton...