Letters from Prince Charles made public for the first time have revealed how he was FOR the badger cull.
After a lengthy court battle, the Prince's correspondence to Labour ministers a decade ago have been published. In one of his letters to the Prime Minister he says it's "intellectually dishonest" that the over-populated badgers can't be culled.
The Princess Royal has been visiting Lynton and Lynmouth's cliff railway to mark its 125th anniversary.
Schoolchildren lined the route as Princess Anne was given a guided tour. She also met descendants of the original engineer who came up with the mechanism that runs the railway.
Tourists have been able to ride the train for free today as part of the celebrations.
A lollipop lady and a BAFTA-winning actress from the West Country are among those recognised in the Queen's New Year's honours list. As ever, people from all walks of life here in the region have been honoured.
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Prince Charles was at his namesake school in Dorset yesterday to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
The prince dropped in to the Prince of Wales School in Dorchester, met some of the pupils and planted a tree to mark the occasion.
He originally laid the foundation stone in 1993 and officially opened the building two years later.
The RNLI in St Ives has taken a huge step towards getting a new Shannon Class lifeboat.
The Queen launched the appeal in May 2013 and it's raised more than £100,000.
It's hoped the town will take delivery of the lifeboat in autumn 2015.
Day three of the Royals tour of the South West has brought them to Jamie Oliver's restaurant Fifteen.
Today the couple will meet young chefs training at before heading to Watergate Bay, to meet members of Surf Action, a charity that supports military veterans and their families.
Prince Charles came to help celebrate Plymouth's centenary.
Plymouth has been around since Roman times, but not as we know it today. It was three separate towns until the prospect of war in Europe sparked the need to pull together, as John Andrews reports.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have spent a second day touring the region. The Royal couple met TV chef Hugh Fearley-Whittingstall at his River Cottage headquarters in East Devon. Richard Lawrence reports.
On his visit to Devon today, the Prince of Wales praised the work of Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's River Cottage farm for promoting sustainable food production:-