Bath's congestion is well documented and a conference has been held in the city to investigate if trams could be the solution.Read the full story ›
Nearly 750,000 cars failed the emissions tests since May 20.Read the full story ›
Two wells will be drilled through granite rock near St Day, the deepest of which will reach 4.5 kilometres.Read the full story ›
Eco designer Linda Thomas used nets and thousands of metres of fishing line to craft the gown.Read the full story ›
Swindon Council are exploring other recycling options as costs rise.Read the full story ›
Drivers could be charged £9 a day to drive through Bath City Centre in a new bid to curb emissions in the city.Read the full story ›
Flights have also been cancelled and further disruption is expected across the West Country.Read the full story ›
Nearly a third of UK councils don't recycle plastic at all but Swindon Borough Council think they have the solution.Read the full story ›
Concern about the amount of rubbish in our seas has been highlighted by the discovery of a plastic bottle at least 47 years old on the beach at Brean in North Somerset.
The bottle of Fairy liquid bore the pre-decimalisation price of '4d' - roughly equivalent to 2 pence today. Decimalisation was introduced in 1971. More details here.
85% of people in the region are concerned about the impact on our environment.Read the full story ›