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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.
People living near a dockyard in Cornwall say they are worried that fertiliser stored nearby could cause an explosion.
More than 4,000 tonnes of ammonium nitrate is kept at Falmouth docks, which can explode if heated or ignited. The company which manages the area, says that although there are potential risks, they are well managed. Mark Reynolds, Managing Director of A&P Falmouth explains.
Hilary Cunliffe's husband Bob died of Alzheimer's patient. She said sharing news of his dementia of friends helped.
Sian Blackham from the Alzheimer's Society says we must start talking frankly about dementia.
Work on a new link road in Taunton will go ahead after receiving final approval from Local Transport Minister Norman Baker MP.
It will join Staplegrove Road in west Taunton to Priory Avenue in the east. It will also provide access to a planned development at the old cattle market site.
The road should be finished by Autumn next year, and will cost just over £22million. The road is part of a wider revamp of the Firepool area.
Forty per cent of people in the South West would find it difficult to tell their families if they thought they had dementia. That's according to a poll commissioned by Alzheimer's Society published today.
The Society is warning it could mean thousands of people in the region are struggling with the disease, without the support of their families. At the moment, 52,000 people in the South West have been diagnosed with dementia.
A new vaccine for a deadly livestock virus has been approved by government vets.
Schmallenberg virus causes birth defects in sheep and cattle. It's carried by midges and the south west has seen the largest numbers of cases. The vaccine should be available by this summer.