Smokefree South West - the anti-smoking action group - is to close at the end of June after cuts to public health funding.Read the full story ›
It's the second anniversary of the Moorland's flood evacuation. Here's how things unfolded and how ITV West Country covered the story.Read the full story ›
The South West Tourism awards are taking place. They celebrate how important the region's visitor attractions are to this part of the world.Read the full story ›
A commitment to build a new line is to be postponed by decades, leaving no immediate replacement to the storm-battered line at Dawlish.Read the full story ›
Devon's tax will be increased by 2% to pay for a living wage for care workers, on top of the annual increase to be decided next month.Read the full story ›
Tourism bosses in Cornwall say 2015 has been one of the best years on record.
Visitor numbers are up on previous years by 5%. Part of the increase is due to terrorism attacks abroad but also the county being showcased in series like ITV's Doc Martin.
Attractions like Newquay Zoo have benefitted and so have many of Cornwall's hotels. Stephen Baker, Managing Director at Carbis Bay Hotel, says the BBC series Poldark has also brought in the crowds.
The more the merrier - as we find out in this report:
A new garden is to be unveiled at Mount Edgcumbe, one of the region's most popular tourist destinations, later today.
It's to celebrate 500 years since Henry VIII granted a licence to create a deer park on the estate.
The estate is jointly owned by Cornwall and Plymouth City Councils.
The chaos of last year's Black Friday has not been repeated this year as shoppers across the region opt to buy online rather than in-store.Read the full story ›
The pre-Christmas discount mayhem of Black Friday is upon us and shops are opening early to cope with demand.Read the full story ›
Cornwall has been named as the UK's favourite holiday destination in the British Travel Awards for the seventh year in a row.Read the full story ›