A man from Cheltenham is cycling from Seoul in South Korea all the way to Gloucestershire to raise money for the land mine charity MAGS.
The death of a young skier from Wiltshire has been ruled an accident but the inquest heard her organs have helped four other children live.
Four friends from the Forest of Dean have been speaking about their dramatic rescue after being stuck on a ski lift for 6 hours.
The jury in the trial of Michael Chudley has been sent out to consider its verdict. Mr Chudley, a bankrupt businessman, is accused of murdering Devizes solicitor Jim Ward in July last year.
Mr Chudley told the jury at Salisbury Crown Court that he admitted manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility but denies murder. He has also admitted making a threat to kill and two firearms offences.
Jim Ward was a partner at the law practice MGW in St John's Street, Devizes. The 58-year-old was representing a former customer of Mr Chudley's. Mr Ward was shot with a sawn-off shotgun and died three weeks later in hospital in Bristol.
Michael Christian, one of the Australian radio presenters behind the hoax phone call to the hospital where the Duchess of Cambridge was being treated in the early stages of her pregnancy, has won a DJ award.
Southern Cross Austereo said in a statement it was "thrilled" to crown Christian as the station's 'Next Top Jock'. But the award has been criticised by the Australian Communications Minister, Senator Stephen Conroy, who said the move was in "bad taste".
She had put the call through to a colleague - at the private King Edward VII's Hospital in central London - who discussed the Duchess's condition with the presenters, believing them to be the Queen and Prince Charles.
Graffiti artwork by Bristol artist Banksy which was taken from a street in London is auctioned off on an American website. There remains confusion about how much it has gone for and who has actually bought it. There are rumours of it fetching as much as one million dollars.
A primary school in Bristol has been chosen to take part in a national pilot project teaching its pupils all about money and finances.
It co-incides with the start of 'My Money Week' - a project set up to encourage children to become more savvy about the cost of living.
Our Education Correspondent Richard Payne has been to one school to see how many pupils know their pounds from their pennies.
A primary school in the West Country has been chosen to take part in a national pilot project teaching its pupils all about money and finances.
Money saving expert Martin Lewis is part of the push to make personal finance lessons part of the national curriculum.
Today, it's 60 years since the first successful expedition to the summit of Mount Everest
Exmoor-based explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes has been remembering his ascent of the world's tallest mountain. He reached the top in May 2009.
A charity set up in memory of a 10-year-old girl from Colerne who died in a skiing accident has raised more than £20,000 in just three months.
Jemima Prees died during the February half term while on a family holiday in Austria. She was a pupil at Calder House School in Wiltshire.
Police have confirmed that a man accused of killing his two children in France had previously lived in Cheltenham.
Julian Stevenson is in custody in Lyons after the bodies of his five-year-old daughter, and ten-year-old son were found at his flat last weekend.
This morning Gloucestershire police said he last lived in Cheltenham ten years ago.
Thousands of people lined the streets of Taunton today, as 700 Royal Marines marched through the town to officially mark the end of their time in Afghanistan.
The Marines from 40 Commando were the very first to be deployed to the country twelve years ago.
This year, after four tours of duty, they're among the last to return.
Bob Cruwys reports:
As 40 Commando's final homecoming from Afghanistan brings to an end 12 years of involvement in the troubled country - there'll be mixed feelings about what happened during those years.
Defence Correspondent John Andrews reports on what they achieved in that time and the price they paid: