A High Court judge delays making a decision on whether a boy can have radiotherapy treatment. The boy's mother, from Devon, is against it.
Mums and their babies in the region could benefit from a share of a £25 million fund to improve birthing environments.
Thousands of people from across the Westcountry are heading to the Capital for a march against the Government's austerity policies.
Final health and safety checks are being carried out at Launceston Hospital - ahead of its reopening on Monday. The hospital's been closed for seven weeks after bacteria linked to the potentially deadly Legionnaire's disease, was discovered in two locations.
A new £100,000 boiler has been installed, and the water system has been disinfected and updated.
A leading diabetes consultant, Dr Patrick English, has said if nothing is done to tackle the rising diabetes problem in Plymouth, the city is looking at a time bomb.
The latest figures have revealed that there are more than 12,000 people in the city diagnosed with it and the figure is increasing by an average of 1,000 people a year. Around 90% of those diagnosed have Type 2 diabetes, which can be caused by being overweight.
Around 10% of people diagnosed have Type 1 diabetes, an auto-immune condition which cannot be prevented.
Here's our interview with Dr English
Final health and safety checks are being carried out at Launceston Hospital - set to reopen it's doors on Monday.
The hospital has been closed for 7 weeks after bacteria linked to the potentially deadly Legionnaires Disease was discovered in two locations.
A new £100,000 boiler has been installed and the water system has been disinfected and updated.
Two of the region's hospitals have launched an investigation in to how two courier bags containing patients' medical records were found on a busy road.
The records appeared to have been in transit from Torbay Hospital to the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital.
Our reporter Jeff Welch reports from the scene on the A379 near Powderham Castle, near Exeter:
A privately run care home in south Devon is being investigated by the police after concerns were raised over standards of care.
Five residents have already been removed to be cared for in hospital and Devon County Council has suspended making any new admissions to the home until concerns are fully resolved.
Jonty Messer reports:
The European Care Group, which runs the River View Care Centre in Dartmouth has released a statement following news that police have begun an investigation into the care of residents.
– Statement from River View Care Centre
I can confirm that we are working in partnership with the NHS Trust, the Local Authority and all appropriate agencies to address care standards at the home.
The health and wellbeing of the people we support is our absolute priority. We are carrying out a thorough internal investigation so that we learn from this and so that we can make sure a similar situation does not occur again. We will continue to keep residents, families and all relevant authorities fully updated.
Police say five residents have been moved to community hospitals and staff from outside have been brought in to manage other residents.
– Statement from River View Care Centre
We have brought in a new dedicated and experienced Management Team to support the home. We have also increased staff numbers to ensure we can immediately build on care quality standards._
Police have begun an investigation into the care of residents at the River View Care Home in Victory Road in Dartmouth. Police say five residents have been moved to community hospitals and staff from outside have been brought in to manage other residents.
A Tavistock dog warden is carrying out spray paint patrols in the town today to literally highlight the problem of dog fouling. Wardens will also be handing out free dog poo bags to people in Tavistock.
Dog mess can carry the Toxicara virus, which in the worst cases can make children go blind.