A psychological thriller set in Devon will premiere on Dartmoor tonight.
Dartmoor Killing tells the tale of two female friends and their closely guarded secrets, who go hiking on the moor and enter a terrifying ordeal. The movie will be screened at Newbridge, with members of the cast and crew on site to meet the audience.
There's been a warning that visitors could be charged to visit Dartmoor National Park if government spending cuts continue.
The national park's budget has been slashed by 40% during the past five years - and it has lost a quarter of its staff.
Chancellor George Osborne hasn't ruled out further cuts over the next four years.
I think it's the zero option, but everything has to be on the table at the moment. We have to see how much the public and government value their national parks.
These are the lungs of this country - we manage 10% of the UK landmass for less than 83p a year per person in the Uk. I think that's incredible value for money.
A group of schoolgirls had to be airlifted off Dartmoor last night, after getting lost while taking their Duke of Edinburgh Award.
The six teenagers, aged between 17 and 18, raised the alarm when they became separated from their adult leader. Police were called and after an hour of searching, they were airlifted to safety by the police helicopter.
A coroner says she'll be writing to the Ministry of Defence to review military training methods after a 20-year-old soldier died on Dartmoor.
Private Cameron Laing was crushed to death when he was pinned between a four-tonne trailer and an army truck.
The inquest into his death has heard that the troops on those trucks had been on duty for 15 hours - two hours longer than the army's daily work limit.
A forestry site on Dartmoor is to become a new nature reserve.
Bellever Moor and Meadow is owned by the Forestry Commission, but has been leased to the Devon Wildlife Trust to manage alongside its other reserves.
It says it wants to turn the 70-hectare site into a wildlife haven.
The death of a young soldier on Dartmoor may have been caused by fatigue.
20-year-old Private Cameron Laing died after being crushed between a trailer and truck, after a convoy got lost on its way to Okehampton Camp in April 2014.
Today the inquest into his death heard that the troops on the trucks had been on duty for 15 hours - two hours longer than the army's daily work limit.
Dartmoor National Park Rangers and Devon and Cornwall Police have announced that they will be working together more closely to tackle crime in rural areas.
The Community Safety Accreditation Scheme gives the Rangers more powers to help deal with a wide range of issues, such as traffic control.
An inquest has been hearing how a young soldier, who was about to become a parent, died during a military exercise on Dartmoor when he was hit by a unhitched trailer.
Private Cameron Laing ended up being pinned against the truck that had been towing the trailer, suffering severe injuries to his head and chest.
Those at the scene tried to resuscitate him for more than 45 minutes, but the inquest heard that his injuries were so severe that there was never any hope of success. Private Laing was declared dead at the scene.
The inquest is expected to last for three days.
The Royal Marine who collapsed and died during a 30-mile training march on Dartmoor has been pictured for the first time.
25-year-old Lieutenant Gareth Jenkins was completing the final commando challenge across Dartmoor last Thursday when he collapsed.
A Royal Navy Spokesperson described him as an "incredibly fit man" who was two-thirds of his way through officer training.
The cause of his death is still unknown, and the Ministry of Defence say it is being investigated.
A Royal Marine who died while completing a 30 mile yomp has been named as Lieutenant Gareth Jenkins.
The 25 year-old from North Wales was completing the final Commando Test across Dartmoor when he collapsed. As a prospective officer he was expected to complete the walk in under seven hours.
A Royal Navy Spokesperson says he was an 'incredibly fit man' who was two thirds of his way through officer training. The cause of death is still unknown.
It is with sadness and regret that we can confirm the death of Lieutenant Gareth Jenkins, a Royal Marine officer under training at the Commando Training Centre, Lympstone. The thoughts and sympathies of the Naval Service are with his family and friends at this time. The incident is currently under investigation and it would be inappropriate to comment further while that process continues."