An investigation is underway after a 78-year-old man was killed after falling from scaffolding at the Centaurus Business ParkRead the full story ›
Rolls-Royce has confirmed it will stay in the UK in the wake of Britain's decision to leave the EU.
But, the South Gloucestershire employer, warned any longer term assurances depended on a post-Brexit deal.
The jet and engine maker said the result was not the outcome the company would have chosen", but added it "remains committed" to Britain, where it employs 23,000 people.
The UK's decision will have no immediate impact on our day-to-day business.
The medium and long-term effect will depend upon the relationships that are established between the UK, the EU and the rest of the world over the coming years.
The family of DJ Derek say they have overwhelmed by the support of the people of Bristol ahead of a memorial to remember him.Read the full story ›
DNA tests have confirmed that human remains found in woodland near Cribbs Causeway are of missing Derek Morris, fondly known as DJ Derek.
The 73 year-old's family have been informed, and police say they're not treating his death as suspicious.
The family and friend of DJ Derek have told ITV News he deserves a celebration from the city he entertained for years.Read the full story ›
The family of Bristol's DJ Derek have spoken for the first time since his body was discovered in woodland in the city.Read the full story ›
A post-mortem examination into the body found in scrubland near Cribbs Causeway shopping centre has proved inconclusive.
Officers believe the human remains belong to Derek Morris because his personal belongings were found at the scene, although formal DNA identification is still taking place.
Police say there’s nothing to suggest the 73 year-old's death is suspicious.
Police say they have evidence to suggest that human remains found in woodland in Patchway are those of missing Bristol man Derek Morris.Read the full story ›
Police say they have evidence that human remains found by a member of the public near Bristol are those of missing DJ, Derek Morris.
Since the discovery, tributes have been pouring in from fans including Bristol's Lord Mayor and the co-founder of Bestival, DJ Rob da Bank.
Very sad to hear the news re: Bristol legend DJ Derek. My thoughts go out to his family & friends at this very difficult time
Maybe inevitable but truly sad news about DJ Derek if true... He was a dj legend, incredible music buff and will be v missed @bestival :(
And there should definitely be a national day of mourning in his beloved Wetherspoons-I think he'd visited and drank in all of them! #derek
in fact every time i booked DJ Derek i had to phone his landline (no email) and talk through which bus route he'd take to get there so...
he could visit a newly opened Wetherspoons en route. those phone calls were some of the most charming interactions I've ever had with a DJ!
Police say they have evidence to suggest that human remains found in woodland in Patchway yesterday are those of missing 73-year-old Bristol man Derek Serpell-Morris.
Derek was last seen leaving The Criterion Pub in Ashley Road, Bristol last July.
Det Ch Insp Matthew Iddon said: “Earlier today we spoke with the family of Derek Serpell-Morris to inform them of this latest development.
“While we’re not yet in a position to confirm the remains are of Derek, we strongly believe this to be the case due to personal items found at the scene.
“This is a very distressing time for Derek’s family who’ve been carrying out an exhaustive campaign to locate him and raise awareness of his disappearance and our thoughts are very much with them.
“We’ll be keeping them fully updated and offering them any support they may need.
“We’re not able to confirm any more details until the post-mortem examination and formal identification procedures have been carried out.”