A coroner has recorded a suicide verdict on a hanged schoolgirl whose family blame cyber-bullying for her death
Brixham Coastguard has confirmed its search for a trawler which went down off the coast of Brixham has been called off.
A major search and rescue operation is underway off the coast of Devon after a trawler sunk near Brixham
Tomorrow's official switch-on of the Christmas lights in Brixham has been cancelled owing to the weather. Organisers say a forecast of gale force winds means the accompanying fireworks display could not take place. Brixham Town Council is considering re-scheduling the event.
Tomorrow's Christmas lights switch-on in Brixham has been postponed because winds of 60 mph are forecast.
The switch-on and fireworks display will now be held on Sunday (25th November) from 4pm.
The Town Council says Christmas market will carry on tomorrow, whatever the weather. It will take place in the Scala Hall between 10am and 4pm
In Paignton, watch out for drainage works on Brixham Road. That's at the junction with Roselands Drive.
A 10-year-old boy from Brixham will receive an award today after rescuing two stranded sailors out at sea.
Stuart Crang rowed out in his eight-foot boat to tow the pair back to dry land in July. Their dinghy had got into trouble about half a mile off Fishcombe.
Stuart will be presented with a certificate of valour by Brixham Harbour Master Captain Paul Labistour.
Divers have recovered the body of a man from the wreck of a fishing trawler which sank last week.
The Sarah Jayne went down off Berry Head near Brixham. Two crew members were rescued but the skipper, Geoff Ingram, has been missing since it happened. His family have been informed.
The incident is being investigated by the Marine Accident Investigation Branch.
The Marine Accident Investigation Branch has begun an investigation into the sinking of the Sarah Jayne trawler off the coast of Brixham.
Two investigation officers have taken a vessel out to the site and are being assisted by divers from Devon and Cornwall Police.
Brixham Coastguard has confirmed its search for a trawler which went down off the coast of Brixham has been called off. Searches have continued throughout the day for The 'Sarah Jayne' and her missing skipper, named locally as Geoff Ingram.
The beam trawler capsized yesterday about two and a half miles off Berry Head. Two other crew members were rescued alive. They've been named as Mathew Bull and Scott Chamberlain.
The coastguard told ITV Westcountry the situation is now in the hands of the police and that it is possible police divers will resume the search tomorrow.
Money is continuing to be raised for a disaster fund after a fishing trawler capsized yesterday. The Sarah Jayne capsized off Berry Head in South Devon yesterday morning and the search is still ongoing for a missing fisherman who was on-board.
It is believed a local fisherman donated all his catch to the disaster fund this morning with all buyers paying premium prices for the fish in order to raise more money. Around five to eight thousand pounds is said to have been raised already.
The search for a missing fisherman whose boat capsized of the coast of South Devon will resume later this morning.
Coastguards called off the search around half past eight last night. Lifeboats from Torbay and Exmouth will begin again at nine o'clock.
Two other crew members were rescued following the incident two and a half miles off Berry Head, off the coast of Brixham.