Chillier this evening with largely clear skies.Read the full story ›
We've all had to get a bit better at cutting our cloth over the past few years as the weekly shop gets more expensive and those bills and direct debits keep coming in.
Sometimes we have to cut back on a few things just like County councils have to do.
But when they're deciding where to spend our council tax and when they make cuts to their services, it can really have a big impact on people's lives.
Today the people of Somerset have been having a go at balancing a council budget themselves.
Each bag on the scales represents a different council service and they've been deciding what to protect and what gets left behind.
Bob Cruwys reports.
Mainly dry with sunny spells this afternoon.Read the full story ›
Businesses in Somerset have won contracts totalling more than £200 million to provide services during construction of nuclear power plant.Read the full story ›
Clear blue skies ahead and unbroken sunshine but a fresh and chilly start to the morning.
Dry and feeling warmer this afternoon.Read the full story ›
Former Bath player and Rugby World Cup winner Mark Regan has been leading the Webb Ellis Cup across the North West.
This morning it was greeted by traditional Roman soldiers at Hadrian's Wall to mark 50 days until the start of the tournament.
Mark Regan told ITV News West Country that "excitement is building" for the event and he is "throughly looking forward" to England playing at Twickenham.
Councillors in Burnham-on-Sea have voted against plans to try and reduce the number of seagulls in the town.
Several residents have complained about noisy nesting gulls.
One suggestion was to annually remove eggs at the cost of £10,000 a year.
Read more: Man injured after seagull attack in Bristol