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Thousands today lined the streets to celebrate Yeovil's promotion.
Department for Transport announces the projects been successful in bidding for central funding for the route
Yeovil Town will celebrate their promotion to the Championship with TWO open-top bus tours on Tuesday.
Following 2-1 win over Brentford in the League One Play-offs at Wembley
New figures reveal Avon and Somerset Police take DNA samples from 29 children every week.
Business leaders across Somerset will descend on Yeovil today for an event to promote the county's international trade.
Sedegmoor District Council give the go ahead for the controversial project on the site of the burnt out hotel
Lord raises concerns following recent trip to Iraq - where the detectors sold by a Somerset businessman were in use.
Defeat for Yeovil at Gigg Lane.
A point for Bridgwater against Cirencester in Southern League.
Batting collapse sees Durham claim victory.
Playoffs secured after Yeovil win.
Expert witnesses have told jurors in the trial of Mark Bridger that bone fragments taken from his house were from a human skull.
The chief executive of the NHS, Sir David Nicholson, has announced he will retire next year.
Police are investigating after a driver apparently boasted on Twitter that she had knocked over a cyclist.
The family of a woman who was strangled after being left in the clutches of a convicted murderer plan to sue the police over a catalogue of blunders.
President Barack Obama says Americans will support victims of the Oklahoma tornado by "opening our homes and hearts to those in need".
Seven children drowned in a pool of water at an elementary school as they sheltered from the monster tornado which hit Oklahoma, officials have said.
An elderly woman whose home was destroyed by the Oklahoma tornado found her pet dog among the rubble during a live TV interview.
Paris's Notre Dame Cathedral has been evacuated after a far-right historian shot himself dead in front of the main altar, according to a police source.
Tony Pulis has parted company with Stoke City according to Sky sources.
The ban on anchored putting strokes will come into effect from January 1, 2016, the R&A and United States Golf Association have confirmed.
Europe's Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley will have three wildcard picks instead of two when they face the USA at Gleneagles next year.
Sergio Garcia says he won't be making any attempt to patch up his relationship with Tiger Woods following their clash at the Players Championship.
Ray Manzarek, a founding member of 1960s rock group The Doors, has died at the age of 74.
Manchester United star Wayne Rooney and his wife Coleen have had a second son.
Russia has demanded answers over what it claims was an "outrageous" theft of votes from its Eurovision entry on Saturday.
Justin Bieber's pet monkey is set to become the property of Germany.
Families have been forced out of their homes after a hillside started mysteriously swallowing them up.
A deer crashed through the windscreen of a moving bus and then erratically hopped around inside before stepping off.
Venezuelans have been hit by a chronic toilet paper shortage leading to empty supermarket shelves and long queues to snap up the remaining rolls.
A bear weighing nearly 300lb has been tranquillized and removed from a homeowner's backyard after it was discovered resting up a tree.
Tim Cook his said Apple complies with the spirit and the letter of the law and denied the firm's tax regime is a "sham".
Plunging fuel and air fare costs helped inflation ease for the first time in six months in April but economists warned the squeeze on earnings is set to intensify again.
Sir George Buckley, one of Britain's most seasoned industrialists, has been shortlisted for the top boardroom job at Smiths Group, the FTSE-100 engineering and technology group.
Royal Mail unveiled a big jump in profits to £440m as it took another step towards a possible stock market flotation later this year.
A Burmese python measuring nearly 19ft has been captured in South Florida.
The new England football kit has been revealed and was instantly compared to Germany's 1970s outfit by some fans.
James Bond's geiger counter wristwatch from hit movie Thunderball has turned up following years of mystery about its whereabouts after it was found at a car boot sale.
Dogs are well-known for being able to sniff out deadly explosives but they could have a rival in the future - honeybees.
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