Police have seized £2.6 million worth of Class A drugs as part of a major investigation into the supply of drugs to the South West.
The 66 kilos of cocaine were discovered by officers during the arrest of a 50-year-old man from Yate, South Gloucestershire.
He's being questioned by detectives in Holland on suspicion of international drugs trafficking and money laundering.
Police searching for missing DJ Derek Morris from Bristol say they have had a suspected sighting of the 73-year-old.
DJ Derek, as he is known, was last seen on his way home from the Commercial Rooms in Bristol on 10 July.
It has now emerged that he may have been seen by friends at Yate bus station on either 16 or 17 July at approximately midday.
Officers are now re-focusing their search in the Yate area.
They have also had sightings of Derek at Cribbs Causeway and Thornbury and are looking into any potential link with bus routes in South Gloucestershire.
Fresh from wowing the judges on Britain's Got Talent, young dance group Groove Thing have been performing in South Gloucestershire - but this was an exclusive private showing for the school of one of its members.
11-year-old Eloise Stroud is a Year 7 pupil at Brimsham Green in Yate, and says performing for her classmates was an even bigger challenge than getting four yeses.
She and her 11 fellow dancers are no stranger to a challenge - training all day and after school five days a week in Port Talbot, Wales to get good. It looks like it's paying off.
Two men are due in court charged with the murder of a man in South Gloucestershire.
Jason Betts died from a head injury after being found unconscious at a house in Yate on the 5th of March.
The men - 30-year-old Nixon Apire and 28-year-old Nathan Skeen, who are both from London - are due to appear at Bristol Crown Court today.
Two men from London charged with the murder of 38 year old Jason Betts in Yate have made their first appearance in court.
Nixon Apire, 30, from Barnet and Nathan Skeen, 28, from Lewisham, appeared at a short hearing in North Avon Magistrates’ Court earlier today.
They were remanded in custody to appear before Bristol Crown Court on Monday 16th.
A 37-year-old man previously arrested in connection with this investigation has been released from his bail without charge.
Two men have been charged with murdering Jason Betts in Yate.
The 38 year old was found unconscious in his flat in Celestine Road a week ago, and later died in hospital.
30 year old Nixon Apire from London and 28 year old Nathan Skeen, of no fixed address, are due before magistrates tomorrow.
Detective investigating the murder of Yate man Jason Betts have been given more time to question two suspects.
The men, aged 30 and 28, were arrested in Essex on Monday. This morning Bristol magistrates agreed they could be held for a further 18 hours.
A 37-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder and released on bail has had his bail date extended until 23 March.
Police have arrested two more men on suspicion of murder in connection with the death of Jason Betts.
The 38-year-old died in Southmead Hospital after being found unconscious at a flat on Celestine Road in Yate last Thursday. A post mortem examination found he'd died from a head injury.
Officers believe it was a targeted attack and believe he knew whoever was responsible.
A 30-year-old and a 28-year-old from North London were arrested at a property in Chelmsford, in Essex, on Monday evening.
Officers are due to transport the men to the Avon and Somerset Force area later today for questioning.
A 37-year-old man who was arrested at the weekend remains on police bail.
38 year old Jason Betts died from a head injury after being found unconscious at a flat in Yate last Thursday.
Detectives think he knew whoever was responsible.
Senior Investigating Officer Det Ch Insp Andy Bevan is appealing for anyone with any information to come forward.
Police investigating the death of a man in Yate say they are following up a number of leads.
The detective leading the inquiry has praised the local community's "overwhelming response" following their appeal for information after the death of Jason Betts.
Senior Investigating Officer Det Ch Insp Andy Bevan said a number of people had come forward to speak to the investigation team.