Part of Bristol is getting shoppers in the Christmas spirit with its very own elf trail.
If you head to Bedminster, you might find yourself bumping into some elves. The community is taking it all very seriously - local schools have provided some of the little helpers and there's even an 'Elf and Safety' office.
The idea is children look for some of a hundred elves and claim rewards at candy check-in points if they spot them.
Obviously I think the kids will really jump on board and I hope their parents too. Anyone strolling through the area can just have it as an extra fun thing to do, you know - spot some elves.
The controversial roll-out of resident parking zones in Bristol continues today, as Bedminster becomes the latest area to go live with the scheme.
Mayor George Ferguson introduced the zones across the city to stop commuter parking and reduce congestion.
Water has been restored to hundreds of homes in Bristol's Bedminster, which had been without it for hours due to a burst pipe.
Bristol Water says engineers have how restored supplies, though warns the work may have caused some discolouration in the water.
Many homes in the Bedminster area of Bristol are without water due to a burst pipe.
Bristol Water says engineers are working to get things back to normal. It also says when the water does come back it might be discoloured - and that customers should the run the first mains-fed cold water tap for half an hour to clear it.
bs13 #bedminster customers are experiencing problems with supply - we working to identify root cause and update when further info available
Five of the W=world's leading street artists are creating five different murals on the Red Point Climbing Centre in Bristol. Cosmo Sarcen is one of them and despite working 100 feet in the air he told ITV News he's not a fan of heights:
Hundreds of grafitti artists in Bristol are racing against the elements trying to finish artwork in Europe's largest street art festival. They're trying to create huge murals across the south of Bristol but have been hampered by rain. Charlotte Saker reports ...
Bristol's street art and graffiti festival 'Upfest' takes place in the city this weekend.
More than 250 artists from all over the world will be painting at nearly 30 venues throughout Bedminster & Southville.
Artists get to paint live on 30,000 square feet of surfaces with the art on display for up to 25,000 visitors.
Monday will be a special family day with extra childrens' workshops for families to create their own street art.
Martin Ron, Argentinian artist, says the street art is what he likes to call "an open sky gallery" for all to enjoy.
A hot air balloon made an emergency landing in Bristol last night.
Eyewitnesses saw the balloon struggle as it flew over the city, and praised the pilot's skill in getting it safely down onto North Street, in the Bedminster area of the city. No one was reported to be hurt.
Caroline Nash caught this clip of the landing.
One of our viewers spotted this piece of graffiti tucked away on the wall by Lidl on her way into Bedminster today (12 May).
We are wondering if it is an actual Banksy. It features one of the Bristol artist's trademark mouse stencils.
If the work is authentic, it usually appears on Banksy's website - we're keeping our eyes peeled.
A multi-million pound regeneration scheme in Bristol could be on the cards for Bedminster.
The city council has given the developers of St Catherine's place the go ahead to scope out plans to redevelop several council owned sites nearby. It could lead to new homes being built and over one hundred million pounds being invested in the area.