West Country fisherman have learnt the scale of foreign dominance in fishing quotas; a Greenpeace investigation shows that 43% of the UK's fishing quota is held by foreign-controlled fishing businesses.
The 'Our Net Gain' campaign launched today urges the government to reclaim fishing quota for local, low-impact fishermen here in the UK, which , it is argued, would benefit coastal economies and marine life.
Officials from Devon County Council will today lobby government ministers over improved road and rail links to the region.
They want assurances about strengthening the rail line around Dawlish, creating a new line inland, and upgrading the A303 - though one Somerset MP says this should not include the Blackdown Hills.
It's the end of an era in Plymouth today as after 60 years Ron Dewdney pasties stop production. The shop has been sold back to the Dewdney family and its chain of Ivor Dewdney stores.
In Plymouth, it's said you're either a 'Ron' or an 'Ivor' person. Ron pasties are slightly larger than Ivor's and have a different taste to the pastry.
The man in charge of statistics at the Marine Management Organisation has been defending his organisation over claims it's putting north Devon fishermen out of business.
The MMO has imposed a ban on catching skate and rays - which make up nearly three quarters of the normal catch in the Bristol channel - until the end of the year.
Kevin Williamson says it has no choice because the national allocation for England - known as quota - has been used up, and there would be penalties for exceeding it:
A Devon MP has today demanded an inquiry into the body that regulates fishing quotas.
Geoffrey Cox is accusing the Marine Maritime Organisation of incompetence and says the way it records fish stocks is a joke.
He's been speaking after the sudden ban on landing skate and ray, which make up 70% of the catch off north Devon. The industry there has now collapsed.
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Flybe is starting flights between Exeter and London City Airport for the first time. The service will run a three times a day - and the first left just after 6.30am this morning.
The company says that it will consider increasing the number of routes if there's the demand.
The Environment Secretary Elizabeth Truss is chairing a meeting this lunchtime to discuss the pressures facing dairy farmers.
Some say the price they are paid for their milk has been cut by as much as 20% in the past six months and, in some cases, is falling below the cost of producing it.
The team of engineers who worked to reopen the Dawlish rail link following the severe weather at the start of the year, will be awarded the prestigious Brunel Medal at the Institution of Civil Engineers Awards today.
The Brunel Medal, named after civil engineering great Isambard Kingdom Brunel, recognises individuals or teams who have shown excellence in civil engineering. This year it goes to a team who repaired part of a railway Brunel himself designed.
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