Over the last few weeks the 'orange army' completed the final milestone in their 18-month project to repair Dawlish's railway line; rebuild and strengthen the sea wall; and carry out cliff stabilisation work at Teignmouth, to prevent any future extreme weather causing the level of damage that occurred last year.
This means for the first time, the full length of the walkway from Dawlish Warren to Teignmouth can be used in both low and high tide.
We've now completed the final stage of our work to rebuild the railway line through Dawlish and improve the area's resilience.
This is a significant milestone in the town's history and so it seems only right we share it with the local community, which is why we have organised this event.
It is also very important to us to be able to thank residents for their patience and support throughout what has been a very complex, multi-site and multi-faceted project.
While Network Rail's work to repair the damage in Dawlish is now complete, the company is continuing its work to secure the future of the railway line between Exeter and Newton Abbot.
A ceremony is being held at midday to mark the end of refurbishment work around the rail line at Dawlish.
It includes the official opening of the walkway next to the track. The footpath and part of the railway were washed away by storms early last year.
Work to shore up the mainline railway at Dawlish has been completed - 18 months after devastating storms wiped out part of the line.
The final bit of reconstruction means that the full length of the walkway from Dawlish Warren to Teignmouth can be used in both low and high tides.
It will be officially reopened on Friday.
The works have been dogged by criticism relating to delays and funding.
Here's some evidence of the increasing numbers of jellyfish being washed up on our coastline.
This chap was spotted by one of our viewers James Crook at Dawlish sea wall on Sunday 14 June. He said it was one of four that had washed up on the beach looking very "fresh and alive".
Police want the public's help in locating a 52-year old who's been missing for over twenty-four hours.
Gary Knight was last spotted leaving the Haldon Terrace area of Dawlish at around 11.30am yesterday (Sunday 12th April).
He's described as being stocky, wearing glasses and carrying a black rucksack.
Anyone with further information should contact the Police.
Our presenter Ian Axton interviewed Ed Miliband today. From party donors to why the Labour Leader has never had an ordinary job, catch up on the full interview below:
Labour leader Ed Miliband says he will probably have to pay the new mansion tax.
His party wants to introduce it and use the proceeds to pay for more staff in the NHS.
Recent reports suggest that Mr Miliband's London home is worth £2.6 million.
When asked if could afford the mansion text he responded "I'm a relatively well paid person".
I haven't done the calculation but for houses between £2 - £3 million its £250 in addition to the council tax. I suspect I'll be in that bracket .
Labour leader Ed Miliband told ITV News West Country that he will make investment in the regions transport infrastructure 'a priority'.
We recognise the priority in the South West has got to have in relation to rail. There are clearly big issues, not just because of what happened at Dawlish, but in terms of connectivity. I'm not coming here with a blank cheque - you wouldn't expect me to do so as we have to get the deficit down - but it is important to say we are going to make this a priority.
It's claimed today that Labour accepted £20,000 from a company whose owner is registered in the British Virgin Islands - a so called offshore tax haven.
It comes after the Labour leader said the Tories were a party of "Mayfair hedge fund and Monaco tax avoiders".
During an interview with ITV News West Country Mr Miliband was asked if registering a company in the British Virgin Islands was tax avoidance or not.
I'm not going to comment on the details of a situation that I haven't seen the details of.