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Dredging is back on the agenda for parts of the river Ex and Clyst in Devon. It follows a private meeting with the Environment Secretary, Owen Paterson, who was invited by local farmers.
They've now been encouraged to set up their own drainage board with local authorities and businesses. But, despite the government saying 'money was no object' during the flooding crisis, there was no promise of any more cash to help. Richard Lawrence reports.
There have been crisis meetings between Devon County Council and those who rely on many of the local authority's care homes.
This afternoon the council was told that the Oakwell specialist dementia centre in Barnstaple is a lifeline and there's no realistic alternative in the area. Devon is proposing to close its own care homes and other social service centres to try to save £2 million.
Rachel Holmes, the home's former manager says it's the wrong time to be shutting down dementia services.
The family of a man whose naked body was washed up on a Cornish beach say they're desperate for answers about his death.
Alan Jeal from Wadebridge was discovered by a dog walker nearly a fortnight ago at Perranporth.
Today his family issued a statement saying they're shocked and deeply saddened. Police say Mr Jeal may have been murdered.
Our Cornwall Correspondent Steve Hardy reports.
Cows infected with Bovine TB have been sent to slaughter from a farm in Cornwall. 14 of the 15 animals were calves just a few months old.
Devastated farmer Mark Oliver wants to see the culling of badgers widened. But others are calling on the government to think again. Kathy Wardle reports.
Network Rail has offered a "full and unreserved apology" to families bereaved by level crossing accidents.
In 2011 Jeanette Nicholls, died from multiple injuries after using a foot crossing in Long Rock in Cornwall. The crossing was later closed.
The apology came as an MPs' report strongly criticised Network Rail's handling of tragedies in the past. The Chief Executive, Mark Carne, says they will be focusing on the underlying causes of such incidents.
Rugby posts are being placed around Exeter to inspire residents to be more active and help the city get excited about the World Cup next year. Some of the matches next year will be held at the Sandy Park stadium.
Today players from Exeter Chiefs coached primary school children, helping build the excitement ahead of the competition. Duncan Sleightholme reports.
A cat that's been called Diesel, because of his experiences - is now being looked after by the RSPCA in Bristol after travelling from North Devon to the city, under the bonnet of a bus.
Robert Murphy has been to see the lucky (or unlucky) moggy, who is now homeless.
The Tamar Bridge and Torpoint Ferry tolls could be hiked by "any amount" without getting the go-ahead from the Government, under plans being considered.
Tolls at the crossings were last increased in March 2010, with the Tamar Tag - which offers half-price crossings - being introduced in 2007. The current toll is £1.50 for cars, or 75p for Tamar Tag users.
Plymouth City Council and Cornwall Council jointly run both the bridge and Torpoint Ferry that separate Devon and Cornwall and last month announced the discounted pre-paid electronic payment scheme to use both would increase by 80p a month.
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