It's been a decade since a fire destroyed Weston-super-Mare's pier. It took more than two years and £40 million to rebuild.Read the full story ›
Weston General Hospital's maternity unit is to be shut overnight unless an expectant mother asks to give birth thereRead the full story ›
The mother of a teenager with ME from Weston-super-Mare says her daughter's life has been transformed by a robot that goes to school for herRead the full story ›
A volunteer at a mental health charity in Weston-super-Mare has told ITV News they're being forced to turn away people in crisis.Read the full story ›
The Weston-super-Mare RNLI crew has rescued six people off Weston-super-Mare's Birnbeck Island in the last two weeks.Read the full story ›
A woman from Weston super Mare has given up life as a PE teacher to spend four months on a tiny remote island in Antarctica.
Hannah Johns has been counting penguins, cleaning up after them, and welcoming visitors to the worlds most southerly post office on Port Lockroy.
Kylie went on a very long trip to pay her a visit:
Best-selling writer and former politician Jeffrey Archer has been appointed Ambassador for SomersetRead the full story ›
Oasis have revealed the story behind the single cover Roll With It from 1995. The image was captured in Weston-super-Mare, the day before they played at the Glastonbury festival.
Photographer Brian Cannon, who has created some of the most iconic album covers of the modern indie age, shot the photograph on a blisteringly hot Summer's day.
Taking to the band's Twitter page, Brian recalls the funny looks they received whilst filming as the Wonderwall singers were all dressed in duffle coats.
This was shot on Weston Super Mare beach in Somerset. Oasis were playing Glastonbury the following day so we had to find a location within striking distance. It was red hot & the band were sat in duffle coats, much to the interest of hundreds of onlookers.
A family who spent a fortune putting up charity Christmas lights outside their home are devastated after vandals damaged the display.Read the full story ›
The local NHS Trust says while it is making progress with recruitment, it would still be potentially unsafe to reopen the department.Read the full story ›