As junior doctors prepare to strike for 24 hours from midnight tonight our Health Correspondent, Katie Rowlett answers your questions.Read the full story ›
The South West is set to be battered by winds of up 60mph, as gales hit the country once more.Read the full story ›
With a yellow warning for high winds Philippa Drew has your forecast for today.Read the full story ›
People are gathering in Castle Park in Bristol for a march urging leaders to take action against climate change. It's ahead of a UN summit.Read the full story ›
More than two thousand people are expected to join a climate change march in Bristol at noon today (Sunday 29).
It comes as world leaders from across the globe are converging on Paris to discuss environmental issues.
Bristol's mayor George Ferguson has said he will be attending:
It's been a busy weekend for the region's teams, with mixed fortunes:
Bristol city went down 3-0 away at Rotherham in the Championship.
In League one Swindon thrashed Chesterfield.
In league Two Bristol Rovers conceded in extra time to draw 1-1 at Exeter, while Yeovil were beaten at Northampton.
And in the National League, Cheltenham and Forest Green both won 2-0 against Aldershot and Altrincham receptively.
The M4 eastbound is closed in Wiltshire between junctions 18 and 17 after a major accident involving one car.
All emergency services are on the scene. Drivers are being advised to avoid the area.
Missed our 6pm bulletin? No problem - here is a quick rundown of today's top stories:
It was hyped up as one of the biggest shopping days of the year - but many people stayed away from city centres, going online instead.Read the full story ›