A debate about loneliness among older people has taken place in Bristol today.
The inquest into Samuel Starr's death, says he died after a new NHS computer system "failed" to book a vital hospital scan.
A former Olympic middleweight champion and a British bantamweight star fight in Bristol on Saturday night.
Court hearings across the West have been disrupted today by a walkout by barristers and solicitors. In Bristol there was a protest outside the magistrates court where only a few cases were being heard.
The lawyers are protesting at cuts in Legal Aid fees which they receive for virtually all criminal cases.
Pupils at a school in Bristol have spent the day sporting a rather unusual addition to their school uniform. Students at Christ Church Hanham donned bandanas in support of the brain tumour charity Hammer Out which is based in the city.
The idea came from one of the school's students who wanted to raise money and show support for the only charity of its kind in the South West.
A 76 year old woman has told ITV West Country she is still bruised after being assaulted in Bristol in January. Jenny Taylor was left with head injuries after the attack at her Totterdown home.
Pupils at a school in Bristol have spent the day sporting a rather unusual addition to their school uniform. Children at Christ Church Primary in Hanham wore bandanas in support of the brain tumour charity Hammer Out which is based in the city.
The idea came from one of the school's students and together the pupils have raised more than 300 pounds for the only charity of its kind in the South West.
Lawyers in Bristol are on strike today as part of a national protest against legal aid cuts. Hundreds of lawyers have marched on Westminster including Blur drummer-turned-solicitor Dave Rowntree.
Justice Secretary Chris Grayling is pressing ahead with fee cuts for barristers and solicitors as part of an attempt to slash £220 million from the legal aid budget by 2018/19.
A Ministry of Justice spokeswoman said the final reforms reflect many of the changes barristers and solicitors have asked for and also highlighted measures announced last week to support lawyers through the period of transition.
A murder investigation is underway in Bristol after a teenager was stabbed to death in Stokes Croft. A 19 year old man was found with serious injuries in an enclosed parking area in Lower Hay Street, off Jamaica Street in Stokes Croft on Wednesday night.
A post-mortem confirmed he died from stab wounds. He is due to be formally identified later today.
Senior Investigating Officer, Detective Chief Inspector Andy Bevan said: “My thoughts go out to the man’s family and friends who have been left deeply distressed following his death."
“We have dedicated officers working on the case and are progressing numerous enquiries to establish exactly what happened.”
Police have released a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to after a 76 year old was assaulted in a robbery in Bristol. Jean Taylor was left with nasty head injuries after the incident at her home in Green Street, Totterdown at around 2pm on Tuesday 28th January.
Investigator Paul Hopes said: “While it is not possible to see his face, I would like the public to look closely at his clothing."
“Jean is still recovering from the incident but she has been overwhelmed by the support of the local community, who have donated flowers, gifts and even raised money for her.
A reward of up to £3,000 is being offered by the charity Crimestoppers for information which leads to the arrest and conviction of the person responsible.
Figures show the number of rough sleepers and homeless families in Bristol is rising. In our latest update from Fixers - the campaign that helps young people to help others - a Bristol teenager finds out what it's really like to be homeless.
The West's very first unit for adults needing a bone marrow transplant is almost complete.
When it opens in Bristol next week - patients will be treated separately from children and have dedicated nurses. It will transform the time they spend in hospital as Katie Rowlett reports.
Several people have been arrested in connection of the death of a man in Bristol yesterday (Wednesday).
The man was found with serious injuries in an enclosed car park in Lower Gay Street, which is off Jamaica Street. He was treated by paramedics but died from his injuries. A post-mortem examination was due to take place today.
The victim's family have been informed and are being supported by a family liaison officer.
The area remains sealed off while police continue their enquiries. Officers would like to hear from anyone who was in the area at about 8.30 pm last night and saw something suspicious.