Hundreds have queued in Bristol hoping to impress the talent scouts for the next series of ITV's Britain's Got Talent.Read the full story ›
The homelessness charity Shelter says it has seen a surge in people in the region getting in touch who are worried about losing their homes.
It has dealt with more than 4,500 calls over the the last year.
The charity is now appealing for support for its helpline.
More than a quarter of people in our region are worried about how they will afford Christmas this year, according to a new survey.
The Money Advice Service says almost a third of us will turn to credit cards to help fund our celebrations, while 1 in 25 will take out a payday loan.
It is urging shoppers to plan their festive spending carefully, including making a budget, comparing online and high street shops and looking for special offers.
A new report has criticised the amount of money being spent on some flooding projects by the Environment Agency.
According to the National Audit Office, many schemes are only being maintained to a 'minimal level' because they only protect a few homes.
The Agency has defended its record, insisting it is making record levels of investment.
It's the trip of a lifetime for children with serious illnesses and disabilities - every year the charity Dreamflight takes nearly 200 youngsters to Orlando in Florida, where they visit theme parks and go swimming with dolphins. Among them are children from Dorset and Somerset.
Forget VIPs, they're known as VICs - 'Very Important Children'. Our reporter Lauren Hall went with them to find out how they got on.
Eagle-eyed cameraman Matt Mulcrone spotted a shark-like fish in the background of a shot while interviewing a diver by the breakwater in Brixham.
He thought it was a dogfish. The diver, Ian Russell from Bristol, followed it and was able to pick it up. He identified it as a rare blue shark and told ITV News West Country he was thrilled as he had never seen anything like it in 12 years of diving off the South Devon coast.
He immediately returned it to the water and encouraged it to swim away.
First Great Western only provides one wheelchair space per train. Here, a wheelchair user tells ITV how this affects his life.Read the full story ›
Hospitals across the South West have been making plans to cope with Monday's strike by nurses, care workers, and paramedics.
They're due to walk out between 7-11am on Monday 13 October and will be joined by Midwives who are striking for the first time.
Staff in four unions voted decisively for action after the Government decided not to award a one per cent pay rise.
Suzy Franklin from Derriford UNISON says frustrations are running high.