The family of a British man who has gone missing while travelling in Amsterdam have made an appeal for help to find him.Read the full story ›
It's the 40th anniversary of Concorde's first passenger flight. Here are some of your memories of the supersonic aircraftRead the full story ›
Three more people have been charged in connection with an alleged attack at a mosque in Bristol.
It happened at the Jamia Mosque in Totterdown on Sunday (Jan 17).
Alison Bennett, 46, and Mark Bennett, 48, both of Spruce Way, Patchway, Bristol, and Angelina Margaret Swales, 31, of West Town Avenue, Brislington, Bristol, have all been charged with a racially aggravated public order offence.
A total of four people have now been charged. They've been released on bail on condition they don't go within a hundred metres of any mosque.
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In a tweet, the astronaut who arrived at the ISS last week said it was "not a prank call... just a wrong number!"Read the full story ›
In the last of his exclusive reports Richard Payne investigates the growing tension in the camp as migrants try to escape 'No Man's Land'Read the full story ›
Refugees at a camp in Northern France have told ITV News they're determined to get to the UK and are willing to risk their lives trying.Read the full story ›
Volunteers from the West are preparing to spend their Christmas at a refugee camp in Northern France, giving out life-saving aid, donated from our region.
Our cameras were given exclusive access to the camp before the authorities there started refusing.
In the first of our exclusive reports, our Correspondent Richard Payne travels to the Grande Synthe Camp near Dunkirk with the Bristol Volunteers helping those on the Brink.
It's the end of the line for refugees from across the Middle East - our team visits the Grande Synthe camp in Northern France.Read the full story ›
A school in Somerset has come under fire from parents after cancelling trips to France and Germany next July because of the risk of terrorism on the continent.
Kingsmead School in Wiveliscombe was due to take 60 eleven and twelve year olds on the annual trip to help them learn French and German.
They're now looking for an alternative in England. Our Somerset correspondent, David Woodland, has this exclusive report.