Controversial plans to cull badgers in West Somerset are being challenged in the High Court. The badger trust wants the decision overturned.
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The badger cull itself could cause a fresh spread of TB, according to research from the University of Exeter.
The process that aims to contain the spread of the disease disturbs badgers social structures.
Scientists say badgers who carry it are usually shunned, but culling could see TB spread faster.
A row's broken out on the Isles of Scilly over where a giant anchor came from. A shipwreck hunter claims it belongs to HMS Colossus, one of Nelson's warships but a maritime historian disagrees.
Steve Hardy 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:
Good weather over the bank holiday weekend has boosted tourism in the region. Duncan Sleightholme reports:
Over the past few weeks we've brought you the stories of ordinary people across our region who've lived through extraordinary experiences.
Tonight Ian Axton talks to West Country woman Ann Daniels, a former bank clerk who now holds three world records for her polar explorations, in the last of our series of 1-2-1:
The latest in our series where Ian talks one to one to people who've been in the news about the stories behind the headlines.
The case of Tony Nicklinson from Wiltshire became known across Britain as he fought for assisted suicide. It was a long and painful battle that ended in defeat, and Tony died last August. At his side throughout, was his wife Jane.
As ITV prepares for another series of Britain's Got Talent, we've spoken to Michael Collings from Plymouth. He was tipped to win the talent show and on the night, he came fifth. We asked him what life has been like since.
Here's the second part of our new 1-2-1 series. Ian Axton has been speaking to ordinary people about something extraordinary that's happened to them - something that changed the course of the rest of their lives.
Today we hear from Luke Simon from Somerset, who was caught up in the tsunami in Thailand. He survived but his brother was killed. This is his story:
Watch our new series featuring ordinary people across the region, whose lives have been altered completely by a life-changing experience.
Our first piece is the story of how a family tragedy 30 years ago started one man's crusade to eradicate the deadly disease of meningitis.