The controversial badger cull looks set to be extended - including for the first time parts of Devon, Cornwall and Dorset.Read the full story ›
Cattle slaughtered due to TB in the year ending March 2016 - stats from the Animal and Plant Health Agency
Bristol Rovers' owner is particularly excited about tonight's match with Chelsea because he's a lifelong fan of the premier side.Read the full story ›
Westcountry athletes from Team GB have been celebrating all the way home from Rio after finishing second in the Olympic medals table.Read the full story ›
The Severn Tunnel is due to close for six weeks next month causing long delays for commuters.Read the full story ›
Early mist may trouble some of us this morning but it will soon clear to lots of great sunshine.Read the full story ›
The Green Party has slammed the government for reducing funding which "make it impossible for local councils to deliver essential basic services".
The condemnation comes in the wake of news Bristol City Council will axe 1,000 jobs to keep up with budget cuts.
We stand alongside the unions who are opposing the cuts which will decimate essential public services across Bristol, and the impact this will have on the most vulnerable in our city.
This government seems determined to systematically dismantle local councils with no regard for the pain this will cause ordinary people.
The Green Party Spokesperson for Local Government added:
In addition to savage cuts in services that so many Bristolians rely upon, people working in local government have faced years of uncertainty and pay freezes - now 1 in 6 of them could now lose their jobs this autumn. This is devastating to the people concerned and their families, and will also have a serious impact on the delivery of vital council services.
Tonight will see any clear spells will be quickly filled in by cloud, but we'll move into sunshine and clear skies tomorrow.Read the full story ›
A woman has died after she fell into the atrium of Southmead Hospital.
It is thought the woman, who was not a patient of the hospital, took her own life in the new Brunel building on Sunday morning.
Police confirmed officers were in attendance but said it is against their policy to reveal further details.
North Bristol NHS Trust, which run Southmead Hospital, say they are carrying out a risk assessment in response to the death.
We can confirm that unfortunately a woman died.
The Trust is supporting staff and patients with help from the hospital's chaplaincy team.
Hundreds of people have sent birthday cards to a teenager being being treated for mental illness 300 miles from home.Read the full story ›