Dredgers have removed more than 120,000 tonnes from the Rivers Parrett and Tone to stop a repeat of the floods in Somerset.
Fifteen illegal immigrants are being treated for dehydration after being found in the back of a refrigerated lorry deep in Somerset.
There's been an ebola scare at Weston General Hospital - staff had to to isolate a patient after fears he'd contracted the deadly virus.
Thousands of people in Bath are taking part in a festival that sees revellers covered in a rainbow of paints. The latest festival craze is called the Holi One and is a hindu celebration marking the victory of good over bad. Festivals like this have taken place all over the world including at Bath Racecourse today.
It's the second day of the Bridgwater Flower Show. Hundreds of people are expected to see the flower, vegetable and art displays. The event runs from 10am-3pm
"The government has not just moved the goalposts on the badger culls - now it wants to sack the referee". That's what a lawyer told the High Court today.
The Badger Trust is asking a judge to stop the culls in Somerset and Gloucestershire, unless an expert panel is reinstated to oversee them. Dozens of supporters demonstrated outside, as Bob Constantine reports
The owner of the Tropiquaria zoo in West Somerset says a nine month building project could cause huge problems for his business.
Construction of a roundabout on the A39 for a new Park and Ride to Hinkley Point nuclear plant, will shut the B3190 to Watchet. It means people visiting the Tropiquaria Zoo will have to take a long diversion and the Zoo owner Chris Moiser says he is concerned
The Badger Trust has gone to the High Court to challenge the badger culls which are about to resume in Somerset and Gloucestershire. Around a hundred people took part in demonstrations outside the court including environmental campaigner Bill Oddie who spoke to ITV News.