The number of people with skin cancer across the west country has doubled in the last 20 years.
The figures released today by Cancer Research UK say 15 hundred people are diagnosed with malignant melanoma in the south west every year.
They're putting the rise down to an increase of people going on package holidays and more people wanting to look tanned.
More than two thirds of young drivers here in the West Country admit to breaking the law during their first few years on the road.
A poll by The Institute of Advanced Motorists also showed that twenty-eight per cent of younger drivers in our region, admitted crashing since passing their test.
You may have heard in the news that pollution levels are high at the moment but why is that and when will it clear?
Well, it's a combination of dust from the Sahara, blown in on South Easterly winds, along with high pollution levels from Europe mixed in with our own pollution from car fumes etc.
Add to that the fact we have relatively high pressure in charge at the moment and that acts like a lid trapping the dust in the atmosphere. This makes for some unpleasant conditions for those with breathing difficulties such as asthma and the advice is not to exercise outside today.
Now it's not often I say this, but thankfully a cold front is on the way, this will not only introduce unsettled conditions but also clearer air with the winds swinging around to the South West so pollution levels should fall over the next few days.
Daybreak Chief Correspondent Richard Gaisford tweeted from Bristol:
Government experts have warned the Midlands and eastern England are set to experience "very high" levels of air pollution over the next couple of days.
Desert dust and sand from the Sahara is due to sweep across the West Country tomorrow, thanks to a continental air flow which has travelled all the way from Africa.
Government health bosses are warning people in our region, should be prepared for "very high" levels of pollution over the next few days.
It comes after a number of reports from people that their cars were covered in a light coating of red dust.
High pollution warnings are expected to be in place across the region tomorrow and Thursday, but should start to fall by Friday.
Some of the part-time soldiers in the South West have begun training to learn how to fire live ammunition from tanks on ranges in Dorset.
The Royal Wessex Yeomanry has bases in the county as well as in Gloucestershire and Wiltshire - and is the only part-time regiment using the Army's main battle tank.
Our correspondent Duncan Sleightholme reports on what these changes could mean for them.
At least two Conservative MPs from the West say they WON'T support the government over plans to replace regular soldiers with reservists.
Parliament's been voting on the controversial proposal which involves cutting the size of the Army and relying more heavily on part-timers.
Jack Lopresti is the Conservative MP for Filton & Bradley Stoke, and James Gray is the Tory Member of Parliament for North Wiltshire.
A road safety charity says it wants tougher penalties for drivers caught using their mobile phone behind the wheel. The offence carries a penalty of 3 points and a £100 pound fine.
New figures show 30,000 drivers in the South West have been caught. The charity Brake says stricter rules must be put in place.
Laura Makin-Isherwood reports.
Families and members of the emergency services gathered in Bath yesterday to commemorate those who have died in other road accidents.
The services were organised by 'Road Peace', who say that more than 60 people have died on the roads in the Avon and Somerset area in the last year.
Jane Solomons reports.