20,000 visitors - one of the highest numbers on record - turned out today for the RNAS Culdrose Air Day on what has been an emotive day for the air base.
It's the last year the Royal Navy's 771 Search and Rescue Squadron perform, before the service is replaced with a new private operator
Cornwall Council has approved a planning application for an out of town shopping centre which will pay for the new Stadium for Cornwall.
Permission had already been granted for the stadium on the outskirts of Truro - but the money to build it depended on permission for a shopping development at West Langarth, about four miles from the city centre.
That's just been approved, against the recommendation of council officials.
Stuart Baggs - who memorably called himself 'Baggs the Brand' on the TV show 'The Apprentice' - has been found dead.
Police found his body at his home in Douglas on the Isle of Man.
The 27-year-old - who was born in Plymouth - ran a telecoms company on the island.
A police spokeswoman said the cause of death was "unknown" but not thought to be suspicious.
Lord Sugar, who 'fired' Mr. Baggs from the 2010 series of the BBC One show, paid tribute to him on Twitter.
A farmer from Barnstaple in North Devon has been jailed after he began growing cannabis and hired out his land to growers.
Edward James decided he could make more money out of drugs than his normal business of rearing chickens.
The 68-year-old was paid rent by two men who set up growing rooms in a lorry container and a barn on View Farm in Barnstaple.
He was jailed for 15 months at Exeter Crown Court today.
South West Peninsula Rail Task Force say they are "delighted" that the brand new fleet of trains will lead to faster journey times but they are "long overdue".
Pollen Count is low today and tomorrow as we are nearly at the end of the grass pollen season.
The leader of Plymouth City Council has welcomed the news of 29 new long-distance trains for the London-Cornwall route.
"The last time this part of the network saw the same scale of investment in rolling stock was 40 years ago" said Tudor Evans.
"it’s fantastic to see us at the front of the queue for new train technology instead of getting hand-me-downs from other areas".
Dorset Wildlife Trust have expressed their disappointed about applications submitted to Natural England to cull badgers later this year.
They work to actively support and promote alternative solutions to badger culling in order to control the spread of Bovine Tuberculosis.
Now in its third year, the wildlife conservation charity has been carrying out a badger vaccination programme in West and North Dorset.
The Government has given the go-ahead for a new £360 million fleet of trains to run between London and Cornwall from 2018.
First Great Western will be able to buy 29 new long-distance trains to serve the South West, which was part of a transport deal announced in March.
The Department for Transport says the trains will be more powerful, greener and more efficient than the existing 40-year-old trains on the route.
It's been estimated that journey times will be cut from London to Exeter by up to 5 minutes, Plymouth up to 6 minutes, and Penzance up to 14 minutes.