A dog has killed 9 sheep and injured many others in a savage attack on a farm in Somerset.
A candlelit vigil is being held tonight in memory of Corporal David O'Connor, a Taunton-based Royal Marine who died in Afghanistan.
The mayor of London, Boris Johnson was forced to retreat to a cafe when he arrived in Bristol this afternoon [Wednesday].
One lane is closed and a speed restriction of 40mph in place on the M5 Southboundbound between J14 (Thornbury/Falfield) and J15 (Almondsbury Interchange). Due to a broken down car.
Apart from Tony Robinson who earned a knighthood, the Queen's Birthday Honours list included awards for people, perhaps less well-known, but who have worked tirelessly to make a difference to the region.Richard Lawrence has been to meet some of them.
Firefighters in Somerset were called to rescue a 14 year old girl who had got stuck in a baby swing.
One fire appliance from Martock was sent to help and the crew released the girl using small tools.
Police officers have been searching gardens in Knowle as they look for clues to the fatal stabbing of a 17 year old man last night.
The incident happened at about 11.20pm in the Cossington Road/Newquay area.
Two men aged 19 and 18 have been arrested on suspicion of murder and are still in custody.
Bristol is celebrating today after winning its bid to be 2015 Green Capital of the year. The city beat Brussels, Glasgow and Slovenia's captial Ljubliana to take the title which rewards high environmental standards.
A programme of events is now being promised to help make the city a green role model for the future. Jane Solomons reports.
Police have launched a murder inquiry after a 17 year old has died following a stabbing in the Knowle West area overnight.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of murder and remain in police custody.
Police were called to reports of an incident at about 11.20pm in the Cossington Road/Newquay area.
A man was taken to Frenchay Hospital with life threatening stab wounds but died later.
Another man - aged 19 - was arrested later and earlier today a second man - aged 18 - was arrested.
Swindon's former Commonwealth Light Middleweight Champion, Jamie Cox makes his comeback after almost two years when he takes on Frenchman Matlouze Royer at the Oasis Leisure Centre tonight.
Cox broke his left hand in his last fight and has been out of action since then. He has also split from his promoter Frank Warren and signed for PJ Rowson who promotes tonight.
Not on the bill is Trowbridge's former English Middleweight champion Nick Blackwell who should have fought unbeaten Czech Stepan Horvath, but a training injury has forced him to pull out.
MRS CAROLE ANN ASHMORE 68 yrs old (ST GEORGE, BRISTOL) for services to charitable fundraising in Bristol
She has dedicated more than 40 years to raising thousands of pounds for a variety of charities in and around Bristol.including the Bristol Open Scanner Appeal.
MRS CATRINA ELIZABETH GULLIVER 43 yrs old (CHEDDAR, SOMERSET)
Female World Darts Champion. For services to Darts and to charitable fundraising.
DR ROBERT WILLIAM HEATH 67 yrs old (HENLEAZE, BRISTOL) For voluntary service to St John Ambulance in Bristol.
He joined St John Ambulance (SJA) as a doctor in 1979 and has given 34 years’ service including 26 in a medical role, mainly as County Medical Officer.
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The founder of the Bath All Comers Orchestra, Sheila Blunt, has been awarded the British Empire Medal in the Queens Birthday Honours for services to Music & the community. She started the orchestra in 2002 and has had a profound effect on the lives of her local community.
Despite the orchestra growing in popularity and size - there are currently over 70 regular performers, spanning three generations - she has not deviated from her original objective to run an orchestra where the sole entry criteria are enthusiasm and dedication.
The orchestra performs three concerts a year, which are always well supported and raise funds for local charities.