One of Cornwall's most important monuments was revealed to the public today after centuries of neglect.
The 6th Century chapel known as St. Pirans Oratory, is thought to be the earliest place of christian worship in Britain.
Until today the ruins had been buried in the sand Dunes at Perranporth.
Yeovil Town have climbed off the bottom of League One after coming from behind to beat ten-man Notts County. The hosts had Gary Jones sent off for a two-footed tackle, then went ahead when Mike Petrasso latched onto a poor backpass. But Jordan Clarke scored twice in the last ten minutes to secure the three points for Gary Johnson's men.
In League Two, Exeter City also came from behind to beat Shrewsbury at St James Park. The visitors led 2-0 at half-time, but a Tom Nichols double and David Wheeler turned the game around.
Plymouth Argyle suffered their first defeat in 8 games, going down 1-0 at Mansfield. Kelvin Mellor had Argyle's best chance, but hit the crossbar with an open goal.
And in the Conference, Torquay United drew 2-2 with Gateshead at Plainmoor. The Gulls were leading for most of the match after Ryan Bowman's 8th minute penalty. The visitors then scored twice in the last five minutes, but Bowman rescued a point in stoppage time.
A bomb disposal team were called to a Dorset beach this afternoon after a strange object was found among rocks.
Police were called just after quarter past 12 to Church Cliff beach in Lyme Regis. Shortly afterwards a bomb disposal squad carried out a controlled explosion.
The technical problem that brought down the 101 non-emergency police number has now been resolved, Devon & Cornwall Police have tweeted.
Plans for a new coach station in Plymouth are a step closer after the approval of council funding.
The £4 million project on the site of the former Mayflower West car park will provide a new base for long distance coaches.
The new coach hub will replace the tired outdated coach station at Bretonside, which is being redeveloped as part of a major redevelopment of the area with plans to build a new cinema and restaurants.
A planning application for the new coach station is expected to be submitted before the end of the month.
The owners of a wind farm in North Devon have been told they are breaching planning requirements and must reduce the noise levels.
The council's report claims seven out of eight locations at Fullabrook are breaking acceptable levels.
ESB International who operate the wind farm have been given 28 days to outline how they will ensure the turbines don't breach the permitted levels any further.
Police forces in the West Country are experiencing problems with their non-emergency 101 phone-line.
Devon and Cornwall Police, Avon and Somerset Police, and Dorset Police have all tweeted that the line is down.
The issue is affecting police forces across the UK. Humberside Police tweeted: "We can confirm that 101 is not working nationally. Fault lies with some kit in Birmingham which is being worked on."
999 calls remain unaffected but this should only be used in an emergency.
A list of alternative non-emergency numbers is available on the 101 website.