Concerns government must ensure reform of the common agricultural policy doesn't destroy important habitats
Police investigating the deaths of Katherine Hooper and her two sons say the family were subject to Safeguarding Partnership Intervention.
Could stiles become a thing of the past on Dartmoor?
A local charity will be moving into a brand new rescue centre today.
Dartmoor Search and Rescue is made up of volunteers, and will now base themselves at Roborough.
The group was formed in the 1960s in Tavistock. It plans to rent for two years before buying the lease.
A public consultation is being launched in Devon today to look at the county's flood risk management strategy. It comes following some of the worst recorded flooding for a century in the county in last winter.
The consutation will cover everything from engaging with communities to investing in improvements.
The newly appointed floods minister was in Devon today to see how a local community on the edge of Dartmoor has braced itself against future flooding.
He's the Cornish MP Dan Rogerson, who counts the people of Boscastle among his constituents.
As John Andrews reports, he's working with a variety of groups to help those at risk.
Environment Minister and North Cornwall MP Dan Rogerson has been on Dartmoor today to view flood protection measures.
He was speaking to villagers in South Zeal about a new online flood insurance calculator, which gives an idea of how much it costs to properly insure a home against flooding.
Environment Minister Dan Rogerson will visit South Zeal in Devon today to view the flood protection that's in place in the village.
He'll also be speaking to local people about a new online flood insurance calculator, which will give an idea of how much its costs to properly insure a home against flooding.
A new cycle route around Dartmoor National Park opens today, the 95-mile-long circular track passes through Bovey BUVVY Tracey, Okehampton and Tavistock.
The Dartmoor Way is hoped to attract cycling enthusiasts and holidaymakers from across the country.
The Army has revealed it plans to change the routes of the annual Dartmoor Ten Tors challenge for next year's event.
The changes are being made to improve safety.
New routes will stop those taking part from crossing rivers and busy roads.
Fewer helicopters will be used, although the army say the changes are not financially motivated.
Dartmoor's ponies are in crisis. At the annual auction sale at Tavistock today there were fewer animals for sale than ever before, and even fewer buyers.
The number of ponies on the moor is now just a twentieth of what it once was. As John Andrews reports, it's a threat to the ecology and economy of Dartmoor.
The first of the annual pony drift sales takes place today at Tavistock Livestock Centre. It's thought that there are a lower number of Dartmoor Ponies for sale than normal. Each year, ponies are rounded up by their owners and sold at a number of livestock markets.