Aaron Reilly and Joshua Brock were found unconscious at a nightclub in Plymouth after taking what they thought was MDMA, police said.Read the full story ›
Machine guns associated with Al Capone-era gangster movies have been handed over to police during a weapons amnesty - in Plymouth.Read the full story ›
Plymouth took advantage of a rare slip-up by leaders Doncaster to move to within five points of the Sky Bet League Two summit.Read the full story ›
The abandoned bungalow in Plymouth can finally be seen for the first time in a decade.Read the full story ›
Two people rescued from a car which plunged into a lake have died.Read the full story ›
Extremist graffiti including swastikas and BNP references has been drawn on a stone memorial to the late former Labour leader Michael Foot.Read the full story ›
Amelia Welch, 20, woke up after the summer ball at Plymouth University to discover that the £3,000 limb was missing.Read the full story ›
A message in a bottle which washed up more than 108 years after it was thrown into the sea has been confirmed as the world's oldest.Read the full story ›
Gemma Pinkerton, 25, from Plymouth, admitted sexual assault, common assault, causing criminal damage and making off without payment.Read the full story ›
A collision between two trains at Plymouth station today was a "sober reminder" of the importance of rail safety.
Manuel Cortes, leader of the Transport Salaried Staffs Association, made the comments after 18 people were injured in the crash at platform six this afternoon.
"Our first thoughts are of course with those hurt in this accident", he said.
"It is far too early to speculate why today's crash happened and an investigation into its causes will now take place.
"However, it is a sober reminder of how critical safety is for our industry and thanks to the efforts of our hardworking and dedicated staff unfortunate incidents like this sad one are actually so rare".