A man has been jailed for five years for burning down the Banglo restaurant in Bath.
Bristol's Amy Willerton is out of the jungle.
Tributes have been paid to Nelson Mandela from Somerset - where covert talks were held in the late 80s which eventually helped secured his release from prison.
Flags in the South West are at half mast today as people across the world mourn Nelson Mandela.
The Bath Royal Uniter Hospital is one of 18 accross the country to be examined by the Care Quality Commission.
It has been confirmed the Royal Marine convicted of murdering an injured insurgent in Afghanistan is from Somerset.
The city is one of the first outside of London to get the superfast service.
One of the Australian radio DJs involved in the royal hoax call involving a Bristol nurse has quit her job.
Bath Rugby have beaten local rivals Exeter for the second time in two weeks.
Bath Rugby saw a strong win against London Wasps at the weekend.
In football, Bath City were back to their winning ways last night.
Somerset have confirmed Marcus Trescothick will lead the team in 2014.
The funeral has taken place of the pilot killed when his helicopter crashed onto a Glasgow bar last weekend.
A curry house manager has died after a dispute with a customer over the bill, police said.
The task of cleaning and repairing flood-damaged homes is under way after a tidal surge so powerful it swept some houses into the waves.
A retired Catholic priest has been questioned by detectives over the alleged sexual abuse of three schoolgirls between 1980 and 2000.
The family of Nelson Mandela has paid tribute to the late South African leader, saying it has "lost a great man, a son of the soil".
South Africans have united in mourning for Nelson Mandela, with many celebrating the anti-apartheid hero's life in an eruption of song, dance and tears.
Of the many remarkable images of Nelson Mandela's remarkable life, few speak as powerfully as the moment South Africa's new president handed the 1995 Rugby World Cup to Francois Pienaar in Johannesburg.
Right to the end, Winnie and Nelson Mandela remained close.
Fast & Furious star Vin Diesel has spoken on Facebook about a touching visit to Paul Walker's mother following the death of the 40-year-old actor.
The guitar that Bob Dylan plugged in when he famously went electric at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival sold at auction on Friday for a record $965,000 (£590,000).
Stephen King has decided to give Twitter a try - but don't expect to hear a lot from him.
A Banksy mural stenciled on the side of a Hollywood gas station five years ago has fetched $209,000 (£129,000) at auction.
Manchester United suffered a second home defeat of the week as they were stunned 1-0 by Newcastle United to further damage their Premier League title hopes.
Oussama Assaidi came off the bench to score a superb winning goal as Stoke stunned Chelsea 3-2 in the Premier League.
Liverpool went second in the Premier League table as they recorded a second comfortable home win in a week, beating West Ham 4-1 at Anfield.
England's World Cup Group D match against Italy on June 14 in Manaus has been moved back from 9pm to 6pm local time.
The NatWest personal banking website has been hit by a cyber attack in the wake of its IT woes earlier this week, Sky News has confirmed.
The unemployment rate in the United States dropped to 7% in November, the lowest figure for five years.
Royal Bank of Scotland and a leading rating agency are being sued for £150m over so-called toxic products in the global financial crash.
Cath Kidston, the retailer known for its floral-print product ranges, is eyeing a new year sale jackpot that could net its eponymous founder at least £50m.
A Wendy's employee who dropped a partially smoked joint into a customer's cheeseburger has been fired and charged with marijuana possession.
A surfer who went to hospital after suffering mystery cuts to his hand and leg was surprised to learn he had been bitten by a shark.
Doctors at a Northern California hospital say a couple have given birth to an extremely rare set of naturally conceived identical triplets.
Department store John Lewis has launched a search for a five-year-old girl who wrote a letter of apology after she broke a bauble.
Technical problems that caused delays and cancellations at airports across the UK and Ireland have been resolved, the National Air Traffic Service (Nats) has said.
A race to the South Pole featuring Prince Harry has been abandoned due to harsh conditions.
Nigel Farage says he is "very sad" after the pilot who crashed a plane carrying the UKIP leader on election day 2010 was found dead.
England's World Cup chances have been dealt another blow after FIFA brought forward the kick-off time for their game in Manaus against Italy by three hours.