You might think seals are born being able to swim but a zoo keeper in Devon has had to take on the task of teaching a youngster in his care
Eve Hazelton will be wearing a different costume everyday for the next year to raise money for charity.
Since the World Cup of 1970, children have been collecting and swapping Panini stickers.
A former Cold War nuclear bunker deep underground near Newquay has been put on the market for £50,000. It's being auctioned by South West Water. The bunker was built to protect water services in post-nuclear Cornwall.
For many of us Shrove Tuesday is just a day to indulge in a particular foodstuff; it's Pancake Day of course! To the people of Clovelly, however, it's all about ridding the village of evil.
The custom dates back generations, as Jeff Welch reports
Farmers across the region are being urged to take a much closer look at their herds to try to learn more about how they might be thinking. A series of workshops is being organised to teach farmers what signals livestock give off and how to interpret them.
The chassis-busting whopper is lying in wait for unwary motorists on the road between Wheddon Cross and Dunkery Beacon. The hole is surely so large not even Sir Walter Raleigh would dare to lay his cloak across it. The Beast of Exmoor measures 6 feet x 3 and is 5 inches deep.
We think it could be the biggest single pothole in the West. Unless you know differently of course! Please send (landscape) photos of other contenders to email@example.com.
The 100lb German aerial bomb was discovered by a hillwalker at Larksborough Ruin, two miles from the Exmoor village of Porlock on Sunday morning. Police cordoned off the area overnight until the Royal Navy's Explosives Ordnance Division arrived.
The bomb had been exposed by the recent rain. It was dropped onto the soft, marshy area during the war and had not exploded. The bomb experts destroyed it in a controlled explosion yesterday.
People in Barnstaple had a shock this lunchtime when more than a hundred children started to dance in the street.
The so called Flash Mob event took place in the town's Square to mark the 60th anniversary of a local school.
Pupils and teachers from Sticklepath Primary had bemused shoppers reaching for their camera phones to record the spontaneous performance.
A man from the West Country is hoping to set another world record later this week for the second time in a matter of months. Torbay's Lee Musselwhite is making a name for himself as a BMX trick rider, as Jeff Welch reports.