A fruit farm in Mid Devon is continuing to harvest raspberries and it's December.
It's the latest in the year they've ever done so at Stockley Pomeroy near Crediton. A mild autumn following an ideal summer has meant perfect growing conditions.
They're not ruling out being able to pick the fruit on Christmas Day.
It might take a minus five to actually stop them. Or the light levels. As the light levels drop as we go towards the shortest day, it could well be that they don't ripen properly.
But we'll just have to wait and see because it's new territory for us really - to be this far into the autumn.
There are growing fears that the European Commission is delaying the building of a new power station at Hinkley Point in Somerset. It's still to sign off all the building regulations surrounding the project.
Today Labour south west MEP Claire Moody will meet the Commission to try to speed up the process.
As part of the Autumn Statement, the Chancellor is to announce VAT refunds for Search and Rescue and Air Ambulance charities alongside £7.5 million extra support for air ambulances.
The VAT refunds will be worth £25 million over 5 years.
It is in response to the service the UK’s Search and Rescue and Air Ambulance charities provide, volunteering their time and expertise to support to emergency services.
At the moment, most Search and Rescue and Air Ambulance charities cannot claim VAT back on their search and rescue activities but this means they will all be able to apply for VAT refunds for them as of 1 April 2015.
Plymouth's first home-gown billionaire is going to prison today, but just as a guest.
The founder of the Range chain of discount stores, Chris Dawson, will be in Dartmoor today. He is giving prisoners a pep talk on how to make an honest living.
His chain of a hundred stores and other enterprises are said to have earned him more than £1.2 billion but can still be seen working at weekends in his first store in Plymouth.
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.
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.
"Searching for tin throughout the world for new deposits has drawn almost a complete blank but it is known that Cornwall has tin reserves and that is why there are now five companies looking very seriously at Cornwall."
A public consultation into the future of Newquay Airport begins today.
There's been a steady decline in passenger numbers in recent years - now the public are being asked for their views on how they think the airport can be improved.
Plans to dredge the Fal Estuary could be dealt a significant set back today.
Cornwall Council is expected to reject proposals to give £9 million to the project - because it's not convinced of the business case.
Supporters say it is necessary to help attract bigger vessels to the port.
"It's incredibly important not only just to jobs and the economy in Falmouth, but the whole of Cornwall - it's the fifth Naval Port, it's a very important centre of commercial shipping and really a hub of renewable energy."
Plans for a £70 million extension to Exeter's Princesshay Shopping Centre are being unveiled today.
The scheme hopes to regenerate the bus station and build a new cinema and leisure complex. An outline planning application will be submitted before the end of the year.
Exeter-based Flybe has announced a new service for next year between Newquay Cornwall Airport and London Stansted.
The service will start in May 2015 and operate as part of its summer schedule until September.