It was a record-breaking Easter for the Weston Sand Sculpture Festival, which saw more than 5000 people visit over the weekend.Read the full story ›
For years drivers in North Somerset have been able to park illegally without the fear of finding a parking ticket and the subsequent fine.Read the full story ›
The fathers of two families which swapped vastly different lives for the show 'Rich House, Poor House' have met each other in our studio.Read the full story ›
As the new 12-sided coin enters circulation, some firms have had to make more changes than most.Read the full story ›
Today marks the 30th anniversary of the unsolved murder of 66-year-old Helen Fleet whose body was found in woodland near Weston-super-Mare.Read the full story ›
Three displays of iconic aircraft will feature at this year's Weston Air Festival and Armed Forces Weekend on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 June.The Red Arrows, BBMF Lancaster, Hurricane and Spitfire and the RAF Typhoon display will take to the skies over Weston Bay on both days of the air festival.
Among the other confirmed flights include the Muscle Pitts - Bi Plane, TRIG Aerobatic Team and Catalina Flying Boat.
As well as a full weekend of air displays, there will be fun fair rides, military displays, trade stands and activities for the whole family.
The event has been growing in popularity each year and more flights are expected to be confirmed very soon.
Police have released CCTV images of a man they want to speak to in relation to an alleged assault in Weston-super-Mare over the weekend.Read the full story ›
The parents of a missing man from Weston-super-Mare have made an emotional appeal for him to "come home" after he disappeared ten days ago.Read the full story ›
Work to demolish the collapsing Birnbeck Pier in Weston-super-Mare has been halted over concerns surrounding some of the worksRead the full story ›
A Christmas shopper from Weston-super-Mare has issued a public thank-you to the couple who found her handbag which had been left in a shopping trolley.
Jeanie-Major-Eyre left her bag containing cash, credit cards, mobile phone and driving licence in the trolley at the car park at Morrison's supermarket. It was found by Hanna and Matt from St Georges in Weston. They had already contacted Jeanie's family when they found her still wandering around the car park looking for the bag.
" What a wonderful surprise and what a relief. Since that evening I have visited Hanna and Matt and rewarded them for their kindness. What a lovely couple. Thank you for making my Christmas."