One of our reporters at ITV News West Country has been recognised at the Royal Television Society awards for Bristol and the West of England.
Wiltshire reporter Robert Murphy has won the title of Best Reporter for 2014/2015 in recognition of his "strong investigative and reactive journalism".
in the past year he has reported on the investigations into the deaths of Sian O'Callaghan and Becky Godden, the waste fire at Averies Recycling in Swindon and the story of Anne the elephant who has a new home at Longleat after being abused.
Outside Wiltshire he has also been to South Africa on the case of Bristol businessman Shrien Dewani and has covered the Vincent Tabak investigation. He has also taken on the role of Political Reporter and will be playing a key role in the coming elections.
Although the award is for the past year, Rob has been a member of the team since 2000, making a vital contribution to our output. He includes travelling to the Bahamas to interview ss Great Britain saviour Sir Jack Hayward among his highlights.
Whether donning his Speedos to race Sir Duncan Goodhew back in 2008 is also a highlight will remain to be seen.
Young people have dropped into the ITV News West Country studios to find out about working in the media and to see what goes on behind the scenes in a busy newsroom.
It's all part of the CDN Open Day, organised by the Creative Diversity Network, to inspire more young people to pursue a career in journalism.
The Labour leader Ed Miliband has been in the region ahead of the European elections later this month.
While he was here, he dropped into our Bristol studio and talked to Ian and Kylie about his party's campaign. You can find out what he had to say at 6pm on ITV.
Live television doesn't always go as planned - here's the moment our presenters Ian Axton and Kylie Pentelow found themselves struggling to keep it together after Ian made a comment about Kylie's reaction to a piece of oddly shaped veg.....
You can find out what it was all about here.