Nora Arscott, 77, from Somerset but believed to be living in Devon has made contact with her family after she was listed as missing on the International Committee of the Red Cross website.
Gary Williams, from Plymouth, listed as missing in Nepal is safe and well. The travel tour company he was with have said all of his party are out of harms way.
In Somerset more than 1,000 people turned out to see a rare bird that hasn't been seen in the UK for more than 30 years.
The Hudsonian godwit usually spends the winter in South America before heading north, but somehow it took a 4,000 mile detour to the Somerset Levels. It's thought to be just the third recorded sighting here ever - the last was in the early eighties near Exeter.
Alan Ashman was one of the lucky bird watchers who saw the bird at the Shapwick Heath National Nature Reserve.
The Cornish charity Shelterbox has sent a team out to Nepal to help set up shelters for those made homeless by the earthquake.
The charity says it already has a number of its boxes, stocked with emergency aid, in the country and will send out more if they are needed.
Michael Walker from Exeter has been found safe and well. The 18 year old was feared missing after the earthquake in Nepal.
Michael has now been in touch with his family.
The Philharmonia Orchestra is on a mission here in the West Country to introduce classical music to more people.
They are touring the region with their Music Lab truck, which is filled with the latest digital technology, and parking it at different locations and inviting the public and schools to come and try out instruments.
Businesses in a Somerset village say they're losing a huge amount of trade after the third road closure in twelve months.
The A372 is shut at Bere Wall while the road is raised and new culverts are dug to allow flood water to escape. Villagers in Aller say road closed signs in Langport 4 miles away means tourists are giving them a miss. Visitors are down 80%.
Exeter Chiefs' hopes of finishing in the top four of the Premiership have suffered a setback after losing at Wasps this afternoon.
Will Chudley and Thomas Waldrom crossed for the Chiefs, but the hosts won the game with a converted try two minutes from the end.
There was still time for a Gareth Steenson drop goal to secure a losing bonus point for Rob Baxter's men.
Final score: Wasps 36 Exeter Chiefs 29.