Find out what's making the news across the Bristol, Bath and Somerset area today.
Visiting restrictions in place and 3 wards closed to new admissions
Twenty voluntary organisations are handed a long-awaited prestigious award.
4 people have died in the River Avon in Bath this year, including teenager Sammuel Amin. New railings are being installed.
Police say they will find a teenager who knocked an elderly woman to the ground for a fiver.
Police appeal after car leaves road and hits garden wall
Attempted supermarket ram raid
Warning to school children and parents in South Gloucestershire
A Liverpool man wanted for questioning over a drug-smuggling plot and a murder in Spain has been arrested after flying into the UK.
Fistfights and scuffles have broken out in Kenya's parliament over a controversial security bill.
Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev has attended a brief court hearing ahead of his upcoming federal trial.
An MP leading the campaign to uncover allegations of sexual abuse involving political figures in the 1980s has accused David Cameron of being "dismissive" of the issue.
Sony's network was hacked on 25 November and the culprits, calling themselves Guardians of Peace, stole tens of thousands of internal documents and emails.
Hollywood actors and film-makers have criticised the decision by Sony and cinemas not to show The Interview in the light of hacker threats of violence against movie goers.
Sony Pictures has cancelled the release of controversial film The Interview, which depicts the fictional assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un.
The group threatening to attack cinemas screening a comedy film about Kim Jong-Un may well be the same people who hacked Sony so successfully - but that doesn't mean their threats should be taken s
The curtain has come down on an incredible 11 days of Commonwealth Games sporting action in a glittering ceremony at Glasgow's Hampden Park.
Hull defender Michael Dawson will be out of action for up to five weeks after suffering a grade two hamstring tear against Chelsea.
West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has played down speculation about his future, saying nothing has changed since the start of the season.
England second-row forward Joe Launchbury is likely to miss the Six Nations after Wasps announced he would require up to four months of rehabilitation following neck surgery.
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A letter from a nine-year-old boy to the Chinese President advising him to "lose some weight" has been censored in China.
We have rounded up the heartwarming stories from across the globe about everyday heroes and their random acts of kindness that are making the world a better place.
A wingsuit flyer has pulled off the world's first air-to-ground high five - coming within metres of the ground as he flew through a giant model hand.
Shoppers in London's Borough Market were treated to a bit of a festive love in for the areas millennial birthday celebrations….
Forget heartbreaking British telly ads this Christmas, this German supermarket stunt is the coolest promo ever!
Prepare for a cuteness overload! Watch Penny the Beagle get rescued from a toy snake by her protective sister in this super-sweet video.
There's something special about inter-species relationships… and this one might be the cutest of all.
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