Bewick's swan is under threat, numbers have dropped by half in a decade and no one knows why. One woman is on a risky mission to find out.Read the full story ›
It's emerged that more than 600 people have been fined for dropping rubbish in Torbay since the introduction of so-called 'litter cops',Read the full story ›
Budleigh Salterton Cricket club remains underwater in the aftermath of Storm Katie. The pitch had already flooded twice this winter - but was being prepared for the new season. But intense downpours over Easter caused the River Otter to flood further upstream. The water level has dropped by two or three feet but it's likely to be sometime before the clean up can begin.
This was the scene just 48 hours before the cricket club was flooded again. It shows the pitch being prepared for the new season after twice being inundated over the winter.
14 beaches in Devon and Cornwall have over the two week break and 4 extra will be patrolled over the bank holiday weekendRead the full story ›
Labour MP Rob Marris challenged the Energy Secretary to say whether Hinkley C nuclear plant would go ahead without further public money.Read the full story ›
There's still no decision on how to refloat a French fishing boat which capsized in a Dartmouth harbour.
The St Christophe was one of three French vessels which sought shelter from storms last week. Ten crew members had to be rescued when two of the boats listed heavily.
The harbour says it is working with the insurance company to try to restore the vessel "as soon as possible"
Certain areas of South Embankment are not available to the public due to the fenced cordon around the vessel. The fence is in place to protect the public because of the machinery and to protect the operators.
We also need to be ready to react should there be a sudden loss of fuel from the vessel to minimise serious environmental damage to the harbour environment.
The fuel remains on board the vessel in fuel tanks and very little has escaped. The harbour says it will continue to maintain a pollution control effort and is closely monitoring the situation.
"Currently the safest solution is considered to be to recover the vessel complete with its fuel.
In the meantime Dart Harbour remains open for business as usual and is looking forward to welcoming lots of visitors over Easter."
The astronomical spring in the Northern Hemisphere begins on March 20thRead the full story ›
The blue skies over Dartmoor have been filled with smoke with controlled burning taking place to clear the land so new growth can appear.Read the full story ›
Dog owners are being warned about a deadly tick borne disease that has entered the UK.Read the full story ›
There's a battle over one of the most beautiful stretches of our coastline - where a quarrying company wants to excavate tonnes of stone.Read the full story ›