A student at a secondary school in St Austell has been admitted to hospital with meningitis.
The pupil at Penrice Academy is understood to be responding well to treatment. A small number of other pupils - who were in close contact with the youngster - have been offered antibiotics by doctors.
University lecturers across the region have walked out in a two-day strike over plans to end their defined benefit pensionsRead the full story ›
Primary school children in Bristol recreated a Suffrage March around their school to honour the suffragette movement.Read the full story ›
Schools across the region are emphasising the importance of safeguarding children online as part of Safer Internet Day.Read the full story ›
Last month Bath and North East Somerset Council announced it plans to impose restrictions on the amount of student housing in the city.Read the full story ›
Following its meeting, the Council has decided to take action on all recommendations made in the Higher Education Funding Council's report.Read the full story ›
Staff and students staged a demonstration at Bath University over senior pay, despite the Vice Chancellor announcing she will step down.Read the full story ›
A decision on plans to close 17 of Bristol's 27 libraries has been postponed following public consultationRead the full story ›
Workers have warned that the vice-chancellor does not have the support of staff after she survived a no confidence vote.Read the full story ›
A man who says that he, and more than 100 other children, were abused at boarding schools in Gloucestershire and Wiltshire has taken his case to Downing Street.
Roy Messenger - who attended Dowdeswell Court near Cheltenham - wants an investigation into how much local councils and police knew about the allegations at the time, and what they did to stop abuse.