Around six hundred people took part in a candle lit vigil to pay tribute to a man from Devon who died after an alleged axe attack on New Year's Day.
Today is Plymouth Albion's deadline to avoid going into administration. The rugby club need to raise £250,000.
If they do go into administration, they'll face a 20 point deduction - effectively relegating them from the Championship.
Hundreds of people took part in a moving candlelit vigil to pay tribute to Tanis Bhandari, who died after an alleged axe attack on New Year’s Day in Devon.
Around 300 friends, relatives, villagers and strangers walked silently down the steep hill from Tanis’s family home in Tamerton Foliot, near Plymouth, to the meadow next to the Kings Arms public house, where the 27-year-old had spent the evening seeing in the New Year.
They were led by his family and close friends.
Two men are due to stand trial later this year accused of his murder.
People in Cornwall are being urged to say what they think about the growing number of wind turbines and solar farms in the county.
Cornwall Council says it is drawing up a document on how renewable energy can be deployed in the county without harming its unique environment and heritage. The consultation period runs until March the 23rd.
More than £200,000 is being spent to replace and revamp the railings along Penzance's Promenade.
The waterfront was battered by storms last February, with powerful waves tearing up the paving, wrecking the Jubilee Pool and damaging railings which have stood for over 100 years.
The historic iron vertical poles have stood along the Penzance seafront for more than one hundred years.
Horse owners on Dartmoor are being warned to check their animals, after a pony was shot in the leg with a cross bow.
The pony was found near Yelverton with an arrow stuck in it's leg on Thursday. Equine Welfare Officers and the pony's owners managed to remove it and treat the animal.
People who may have seen anything or anyone acting suspiciously are asked to contact the police.
South West Equine Protection spokesperson: "We are all very concerned that there is someone out there brandishing a lethal weapon and using it to injure an innocent animal, and then leaving it to suffer unnecessarily. We are now trying to find any information from people that may have witnessed the incident or seen anyone acting suspiciously around the area."
A woman has been assaulted while in a soft play area in Torquay.
Police in Devon have released these images of two women they want to speak to after the alleged assaults at The Rainbow Funhouse.
The incidents are believed to have taken place around 1 o'clock back on 22nd November last year.