The future of the Dartmoor pony is in crisis as fewer people are buying them.
Scouts from Plymouth are mucking in with conservation work near Yelverton learning how to establish and care for fruit trees
Concerns government must ensure reform of the common agricultural policy doesn't destroy important habitats
A dairy farm on the edge of Dartmoor is helping to improve our environment, and saving a staggering £30,000 a year on its water bill.
Natural springs on its land are providing drinking water for the cows, and powering the scheme as well. John Andrews reports.
Managers in charge of our National Parks in Devon say they're 'outraged' at planning changes, which could mean thousands of new houses on Dartmoor and Exmoor.
Unoccupied farm buildings could be converted into homes without the need for planning permission, which could change the face of the landscape. John Andrews reports.
Bosses at both National Parks in Devon say they're 'outraged' at planning changes which could mean thousands of new homes on Dartmoor and Exmoor.
Unoccupied farm buildings could be converted into homes without the need for planning permission. Kevin Bishop, from the National Park Authorities, says they're worried about the extra traffic, pressure on local schools, and other demands on local authorities.
Devon and Cornwall Police say the search for Harry Martin from Newton Ferrars, who disappeared after going out to take pictures of the storm last Thursday, 2 January, is continuing.
They say specialist search teams and the police dive squad have been looking in areas that they couldn't get to before. They are also going over areas that they've already investigated.
Officers will continue to search for the rest of this week. The force says they appreciate the support of the community but do not need any help from the public to look for Harry.
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.