The High Court says Marine A may be named despite warnings from his lawyers that his family would be a target for extremists
A government minister is playing down fears that European red tape could delay the new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point in Somerset
14,000 people have signed a petition to stop a man with learning difficulties losing his job after 27 years work
The A370 is partly blocked at Weston-super-Mare due to an accident involving a car and a cyclist near Maltlands (Flower Down Bridge).
Auditions are being held at Yeovil Town's Huish Park tonight, not for new footballers, but to find a new girl group.
The club has teamed up with a talent company to put together a singing and dancing troupe to perform when the club plays at home and away.
A single will be recorded with the proceeds going to charity. Anyone over 18, who's interested, can apply online or turn up at the club from 7pm.
Newly qualified drivers in Somerset are being offered free motorway lessons as part of a safety initiative.
Somerset Road Safety is offering the 90-minute lessons to drivers between the ages of 17 and 24. Drivers must attend a free hour-long workshop to learn the rules of the motorway before doing the practical.
It's part of the 'Up to Speed' project, aimed at improving motorway safety.
Avon & Somerset Police have released a CCTV image of a man who may hold information about a sexual assault in Taunton at around 2:45am on Thursday 28 November.
The victim, a woman in her 20s, was walking home along Cheddon Road when she was approached by a man who sexually assaulted her near Kilkenny House. He then ran off towards the train station.
The assault was reported to police and an investigation is underway to identify the person responsible. Two men have been arrested and are currently on police bail. However, enquiries have identified someone else who was in the area at the time and may have information which could help.
The badger cull extension in Gloucestershire has been hailed a success by the Government. In a statement from DEFRA (Dept. of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs), the Government said the five-week cull extension has seen 'significant' numbers of badgers removed.
This is despite the extension ending early, because not enough badgers had been killed. Overall, the badger population was reduced by 40% in the cull zone, against the Government's original target of 70%.
As badger culling ended today a demonstration was held to protest against any attempts to try it again.
Protestors gathered in Bristol for the demo at midday - the moment the cull was officially called off. The animals were being killed to try to stop the spread of TB in cattle.
We spoke to protester Amanda Barrett:
The Somerset town of Frome was given a real treat last night when Formula One superstar Jenson Button turned on the Christmas lights - and drove his McLaren car through the streets.
Button, who grew up in the town, drew a crowd of thousands to watch him in action. Our sports correspondent Matthias Kurth joined them.
The badger cull in Gloucestershire will officially finish at midday today.
It was announced yesterday that the cull would be ending three weeks early as not enough badgers would be shot.