One of Dorset's leading farmers says he's increasingly frustrated with the Government's decision not to extend badger culling trials.
Results of the European election in the South West are revealed. UKIP won the most votes, while the Green Party won a first South West seat
A successful day for UKIP, but Labour maintain their stronghold in Devon.
A 24 hour national fire strike affecting the West Country has come to an end.
The strike action, which ended at 9am, was because of a row over retirement age and pensions.
Another strike is planned for seven hours on the 21st of June.
Firefighters across the West Country are on strike in the latest 24 hour walkout by the Fire Brigades Union.
They're angry at proposed changes to their pensions. The Fire Service across the region has urged people to be extra vigilant during the period of industrial action.
Trevor French from the FBU says they've got most people behind them:
Exeter-based airline Flybe has announced its first profits in four years.
They've made a pre-tax profit of £8.1 million for the year to March, a significant improvement on last year's £41 million pound loss.
Flybe recently announced it will run three services a day between Exeter and London from October.
The region's first Green MEP has begun work in Brussels, following her victory in last week's European Elections.
Molly Scott Cato, an economist from Stroud is hoping to work on the EU's economics and agriculture committees.
The Greens won a seat from the Lib Dems in the south west, and now have three British Euro-MPs, one more than last time.
Conservative MEP Ashley Fox says it was disappointing to lose their third seat in the European Parliament.
The party lost out to Labour. However, Mr Fox said it was a good result for a party already in government.
Claire Moody, who has reclaimed a European seat for the Labour Party has said it's because people are beginning to listen to Labour again.
The party doubled the vote it received at the last European Election. The new MEP also said that Labour are answering the questions that UKIP are raising.
Green Party candidate Molly Scott Cato says she isn't surprised by their success in the European elections.
The lead candidate from Stroud has been a member of the Greens for 23 years.
The party picked up its first ever European seat in the South West this weekend. They came in fourth place ahead of the Lib Dems nationally.