A young woman from Yeovil in Somerset has been given an award by the British Heart Foundation for her health campaigning efforts.
Yeovil helicopter manufacturer AgustaWestland is hoping for arbitration after the Indian Government scrapped an order for 12 helicopters
AgustaWestland has won a £1bn helicopter supply contact with the Norwegian government which will safeguard more than 3,000 jobs in Somerset
Six people have been arrested in Somerset as part of an investigation into sexual exploitation of girls and young women.
Police raided four addresses in Yeovil and Chard as part of the inquiry, which began in August.
5 men and one woman have been arrested - four remain in custody and two have been released on bail until early January.
– Detective Chief Inspector Phil Jones
Since August we have been building up a picture of intelligence surrounding the sexual exploitation of girls and young women in the Yeovil area, resulting in these warrants.
Our ongoing priority is to support and protect the victims of these offences and to ensure that those responsible are brought to justice.
Yeovil company AgustaWestland has signed a £1 billion deal with Norway to supply 16 Search and Rescue helicopters.
The AW101s will be delivered from 2017 through to 2020.
The Business Secretary, Vince Cable says it's great news for British aerospace and helps protect 3,000 jobs. All the aircraft will be built in Yeovil.
Christmas shoppers in Yeovil and the rest of South Somerset are to benefit from free car parking from this afternoon. The district council is dropping charges after 2pm every day until Boxing Day.
Charges have also been dropped at the Quedam Shopping Centre. There will also be free parking all day on New Year's Day.
The number of dangerous dogs seized in the Avon & Somerset area has risen for the third year in a row - that's according to figures obtained by ITV News. Seventy six dogs were taken from their owners last year - up from forty two in the previous twelve months.
Well we've been speaking to victims of dog attacks who've suffered horrific injuries. The following report contains a graphic image.
Police put the increase in the number of dangerous dogs being seized dow to trends. PC Andy Hennys is a Police dog handler.
The number of dangerous dogs seized in the Avon & Somerset area has risen for the third year in a row - that's according to figures obtained by ITV News.
Seventy six dogs were taken from their owners last year - up from forty two in the previous twelve months. And more than double the number reported two years before. Victims like Claire Langlands, who was attacked by a dangerous dog in Yeovil, is calling for a change in the law.
Christmas lights are being turned on in Yeovil Town Centre this evening. It's being funded by local councils and traders. There will be over 40 new displays, including one from Yeovil Town, featuring animated players and a festive greeting from the Club.