The first energy-generating device to, eventually, be plugged into Cornwall's wave hub has been put in place .
It's a major step in the scheme, which will act as an electrical socket on the seabed harnessing the power of the waves to generate electricity.
Seatricity, the makers of the device say it is undergoing rigorous tests but, if they go well, it will be hooked up to the hub and possibly power 10,000 homes.
A Plymouth-based survey ship is joining the search for the missing Malaysian Airlines plane. HMS Echo will travel to the Southern Corridor of the search area to try to locate flight MH 370.
The ship has been scrambled from the Persian Gulf. It comes after possible plane debris was spotted in the Southern Indian Ocean.
Schools in Cornwall are leading the way in the South West when it comes to using superfast broadband. They're taking advantage of the technology more than anywhere else in the West Country - but with this comes the need for increased security.
The decision to cancel the Atlantic Array Wind Farm project is a "big set back" according to Ricky Knight from the North Devon Green Party. However he does not think this is the end of harnessing wave and wind power in the Bristol Channel
Research out today is expected to show that superfast broadband has had a positive impact on the Cornish economy.
The county was the first in the region to see a roll out of fibre cabling.
A professional inventor from Devon has won $100,000 in an international competition.
Martin Wickett developed his design which can generate electricity from any kind of random motion. He's had help from universities and high tech businesses in Devon and Cornwall but it's his design.
He's just returned from the United States after being presented with the Gulfstream "Leap to Zero" energy award.
A councillor in Cornwall is calling for a new road sign that urges motorists and lorry drivers to ignore their sat navs.
Armand Toms says he fed up with holiday makers clogging up the narrow streets of Looe and believes there's now widespread support for the idea across the westcountry. Richard lawrence reports.
The map below sets out the local authority areas that stand to benefit from MIP investment, and Arqiva has begun identifying suitable sites in a phased manner.
Once suitable sites are identified, Arqiva will work to acquire rights to the sites and obtain planning permission before beginning the physical roll-out of infrastructure.
This project will see mobile phone coverage extended to many of the people who currently live and work in areas where there is none.
The project will provide a significant boost to local economies across the UK, and will be instrumental in helping Britain win the global race.”
Cornwall is to benefit from the Government's £150million investment in mobile 'phone coverage.
The Mobile Infrastructure Project (MIP) will extend mobile phone coverage to the county where no coverage is currently available, providing a sustainable technological solution for people living and working in the region.