A pioneering project is underway to make the Isles of Scilly some of the best connected islands in the world.
Freeview viewers in Dorset, Devon, Cornwall will need to retune their television today as local airwaves are cleared for 4G.
What will happen at today's public meeting on the proposed nuclear power stations at Hinkley Point and how important is it?
A former Yeovil Town player has had his skills transferred from the pitch to pixels.
In a bit of a contrast from usual league soccer, Darren Laver is trying to bring a bit of flair and imagination into our rather stolid English game.
His ball skills have won him international recognition and he now appears in a video game alongside footballing greats like Ronaldo and Messi.
A new way of saving the lives of people caught in road accidents was launched today.
It's an app you can download to your mobile phone that is full of vital information that could help you and the emergency services.
It was launched in Exeter today, as Richard Lawrence reports:
The 'P.A.N.I.C' App has been developed in partnership with the Police, Fire service, Ambulance service and Devon County Council.
PANIC stands for Protect, Assess, Number, Injuries and Call which tells the user exactly what to do in the event of a crash.
It was developed after 18 year old Nicole Perrett from South Devon admitted that she did not know what to do when she was involved in a crash.
The App will be available in Apple, Android and Blackberry versions and available on the Learn2Live website.
High-speed broadband will be available to more than ten thousand homes in Bideford next year.
The town is one of eight South West locations – and the first in North Devon – set to benefit from the latest phase of a £2.5 billion ‘super-fast’ fibre optic roll-out.
BT says the upgraded connection will offer speeds many times faster than those currently available to most UK homes and businesses, with typical download speeds of up to 80Mbps.
The UK’s current average broadband speed is 7.6Mbps, according to regulator Ofcom.
An electricity company has revealed that it's revising its plans for a wind farm off the North Devon coast following public objections. RWE NPower says it is reducing the spread of turbines that people would see across the horizon by 40%, after public and environmental concerns.
A planning application for fewer turbines is being submitted, from 417 down to 278. If permission is granted for the project, the company hopes the Atlantic Array Wind Farm will go live in 2016.
Richard Lawrence was in Exeter to see one of only a handful of solar powered sports cars.
It can do a speedy nought to sixty in just three seconds. It was there along with a host of other 'green' businesses from the South West.