Two Gloucester Rugby players have been suspended after violence in their game with Bath last weekend.
Denville Jarvis has been sentenced to nine years in prison after a second trial.
Early morning drugs raids have been carried out across Midsomer Norton and Radstock, leading to six arrests.
A new piece by the city's famous graffiti artist has been removed by a local boxing club.
An independent bus service running between Clevedon and Bristol has ceased trading, blaming competition with a rival firm.
More is being done to improve safety on the river in Bath after another man dies there.
Wiltshire Police say they are doing everything they can to bring the killer of Becky Godden-Edwards to justice.
A £20 million flood-relief plan was unveiled today to repair roads and stop Somerset villages being cut-off again.
The 32-year-old has ended speculation that he was looking to go back to Wales by signing up to stay at The Recreation Ground.
Robins reach final of the Somerset Premier Cup
Bath City drew 2-2 with Sutton United yesterday.
Bath Rugby failed to close the gap on the top two in the rugby union Premiership last night.
A 45-year-old lorry driver has been arrested after two people died in a pile-up involving five vehicles on the M26.
The embattled Co-operative Group has confirmed a loss of £2.5bn for 2013, in what it described as a "disastrous year".
Tube workers in London are to take five days of strike action in the coming weeks over ticket office closures.
Britain should be more confident about being a Christian country and use faith to "get out there and make a difference to people's lives", David Cameron has said.
Ukraine's security service has reportedly detained 10 Russian citizens with intelligence backgrounds, as Vladimir Putin accused Kiev of plunging the country into an "abyss".
When it comes to relations between countries, Winston Churchill famously said, it's better to "jaw jaw than war war".
Fugitive whistleblower Edward Snowden has asked Russian President Vladimir Putin a question on government surveillance during a televised phone-in show.
A convicted killer due to be hanged for murder has been spared after the victim's mother had a last-minute change of heart.
AC/DC guitarist Malcolm Young is taking a break from the band to focus on his health, the band has said.
X-Men director Bryan Singer has been accused of drugging and raping a teenage boy in the late 1990s, according to a lawsuit filed in a US court.
Robin Williams is to make a sequel to his 1993 hit Mrs Doubtfire, according to reports.
Films by British directors Mike Leigh and Ken Loach have been selected to compete for the Palme d'Or prize at the Cannes Film Festival.
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Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger says his team are able to handle the pressure as they chase a top-four finish in the Premier League and an FA Cup final win over Hull City.
Gareth Bale enjoyed a "perfect night" as his stunning goal earned Real Madrid a 2-1 victory over Barcelona in the Copa del Rey final in Valencia.
Lee Westwood put jet-lag and another Masters near-miss behind him as he shot an opening round 65 to lead the Maybank Malaysian Open after a shortened first day in Kuala Lumpur.
Online payment firm PayPal has announced plans to effectively ban users from sharing their computers, smartphones and tablets with anyone else, even family members.
Sainsbury's is recalling 500g packs of its SO Organic Sultanas as a precuation after salmonella bacteria was detected in routine testing.
Luxury fashion brand Mulberry has warned its full-year profit will be below expectations.
A review ordered by the Royal Bank of Scotland has cleared the lender of fraud against small and medium-sized business customers.
Fake fingernails fitted with LEDs and a tiny antenna - causing them to light up when close to a smartphone - have been shown off by a Japanese toy maker.
A computer-generated Japanese pop star who performs as a hologram will support Lady Gaga on her US tour next month.
North Korean diplomats have asked the British government to step in after a London hairdresser used an image of the secretive regime's leader in a promotion for cheaper hair cuts.
A toddler has been reunited with his mother after he was discovered inside a claw crane machine filled with stuffed animal toys at a nearby bowling alley.
Rescue teams are battling bad weather conditions as they search for around 290 people who remain missing after a South Korean ferry capsized and sank.
Teenagers on the stricken South Korean ferry sent heartbreaking messages to their families as it capsized and sank.
Oscar Pistorius was "wrong" in his version of events about what happened on the night he shot dead his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp, the prosecution has claimed.
A man who was found in the stree with self-inflicted stab wounds last June has been sentenced to life for killing an 18-year-old student.