Weymouth College has confirmed to ITV news that its Principal, Liz Myles, has been suspended.
A spokesperson said the college was not giving further details:
The college has had to cut costs over the past few months and in August it began a period of consultation over potential redundancies.
Campaigners have won their battle to protect hundreds of acres of farmland near Exeter from being flooded regularly.
The Environment Agency has dropped a multi million pound project to create a tidal wetland area for birds in the Clyst Valley.
Cornwall is to get 35 new phone masts around its coast as part of a nationwide project to improve mobile reception.
The £5 million government project will be targeted at villages where there is no signal. It comes after David Cameron complained about poor coverage while on holiday.
Two students from Plymouth have died after taking a lethal batch of heroin during a trip to Amsterdam. Their bodies were found in a hotel room just hours after taking the white powder.
Police believe they took the drug thinking it was cocaine and were targeted by the same street dealers linked to the death of another Briton a few weeks ago.
Two men reported to be from Devon have died after allegedly taking white heroin in Amsterdam.
It's thought the students took the substance thinking it was cocaine. Their bodies were found on Tuesday. Police have confirmed the drug was heroin.
People in Plymouth are being asked for their views on a new multi-million pound development at Drake Circus.
British Land is planning to transform the city's bus station into a cinema complex with restaurants, and a 450-space car park.
The station, which currently operates from the area, will be moved elsewhere in the city.
Torquay is hoping to host one of the world's most prestigious yacht races next year.
Solitaire Du Figaro is a 2000-mile race around the world. The town is launching its bid to be the UK stopover later.
Hosting the race could bring thousands of pounds to the local economy.
Commercial tin mining could be making a return to Cornwall.
The soaring price of of the metal means companies are now looking at reviving the industry. Experts say the price of tin could double.