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Fifty members of the 847 Naval Air Squadron from Yeovilton are returning from their final tour of Afghanistan today.
They've been away for five months, working in average temperatures of 30 degrees.
Business owners in Looe affected by the closure of St Martins Road have the chance to discuss their concerns with councillors today.
A drop-in session is being held at the Guildhall from 2pm.
The road has been closed since the fatal landslip which claimed the life of 68-year-old Susan Norman in March.
Repairs have begun this week, and it's hoped to partially open the road to traffic before the school summer holidays.
James Wright has Wednesday's forecast for the region:
More details will be revealed today about a new town to be built in Devon.
Part of the proposed Sherford development lies within Plymouth and the rest within the South Hams.
When finished in 2021 it will have 5,500 homes.
Mostly cloudy this morning with spells of brightness more likely to the south.
This afternoon will see sunny spells developing more widely. Feeling much cooler on the coast with an onshore wind. Top temperature 16C.
Paignton Beach in South Devon has lost its Blue Flag status after failing to meet the required standard of water quality.
Environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy has announced 14 South West beaches will be flying a flag this year - more than any other region in the country.
Yeovil Town's joy has been shared by the wider community. David Woodland reports from the town to see how locals have been getting in on the act.
Thousands of people have lined the streets of Yeovil to celebrate the football club's promotion to the second tier of English football. An open top bus toured the town at lunchtime, with the players and management basking in the achievement of reaching the Championship for the first time.
A civic reception is taking place at the Westland Sport and Leisure Club. We've followed the fans and players all day.
It is Foster Care Fortnight and we meet a teenager who says that it's thanks to the love of his foster parents that he turned his life around and he's now working alongside Jamie Oliver in one of his top London restaurants.
Eighteen-year-old Ryan Smith from Cornwall says he believes his foster carers helped turn him from an unruly teenager to a talented chef with a bright future.
The rivalry which dominated the first four years of Cornwall's new look local government seems to be continuing in the next administration.
There had been talk since the elections earlier this month of a rainbow alliance - a council made up of all the political groups working together. But at today's first meeting of the new council, the Conservative group said it wanted to stand alone.