It is the 50th anniversary of the Babbacombe model village. The Devon attraction now includes a model of the Shard to bring it up-to-date
The families of three young people who died following a fire at a house in Honiton have paid tribute to them.
One hundred workers now have job security after a buyer was found for Axminster Carpets over the weekend.
There's a warning of slow traffic around Oilmill Lane in Clyst St Mary. Delays are being caused by traders and other vehicles driving into Westpoint to set up for the Devon County Show.
The Transport Secretary is due to visit South Devon today.
Patrick McLoughlin will have a chance to see the coastal railway line at Dawlish and discuss possible investment.
The line was damaged in the recent floods and there are fears for its future in the face of erosion.
He'll then visit Kingskerswell where a new bypass is being built to improve transport links in the region.
More than 100 homes are without power this morning in parts of Devon and Cornwall, after winds gusting upto 70 miles an hour brought down power cables. Overnight several thousand people were affected, but engineers say most homes should be reconnected later this morning.
– Kostya's mother Irina
In one day your life changes, it turns completely upside down.
After everything, Kostya's wish was more than we could ever have expected.
It is difficult for Kostya to say which part was his favourite, he loved it all, but for me it was seeing him so happy.
It was a truly amazing wish."
A teenager from Plymouth whose dreamed of becoming a Police Officer were dashed when he suffered an ischemic stroke has been treated to a wish day as an Officer.
17 year old Kostya Taylor will never make a full recovery.
The Make-A-Wish Foundation, a charity which grants magical wishes to children and young people fighting life-threatening conditions, arranged for Kostya to see more about what the work of police officers.
Kostya was given a tour of Scotland Yard in London, and taken on a Police boat down the River Thames.
He also met police dogs and horses, saw a police helicopter land, got to sit in the police cars and motorcycles and was given his own uniform.
– Chris, resident in Chapter 1 hostel in Torquay
I became homeless because of alcohol and legal highs.
I've been having panic attacks and bad anxiety since I was 17. I have depression. I used to drink to block out the anxiety, and take legal highs to lift my depression.
It meant me losing jobs, and my home.
I now know exercise is the best thing for depression. That's why football, and all sports activities, are important to me.
When I move into my own place, I'll still carry on with the weekly football sessions through the hostel because I love it.
– Dean Ashton, Sports Development Officer, Chapter 1
Homeless football is about more than just a game.
Playing sport encourages fitness, self-confidence and discipline.
It can better equip people who have been homeless to move on, to live independently in the community, gain qualifications and find work.
Our aim is to enthuse more homeless projects to develop sports schemes within their local area and build sustainable working partnerships to support homeless people in every possible way.
A team from Devon will compete in a national football tournament for homeless people.
The Street2Feet five-a-side competition will be held in Manchester on May the 15th.
Chapter 1, which provides accommodation and support for vulnerable people in Torquay, will send a team to the game, for the third time.
32 teams representing more than 20 homeless projects will take part.
A Devon woman has lost her fight to block plans for a wind farm near Exmoor.
Anita Colman claims that the planned wind turbines will spoil the local landscape in the Batsworthy Cross area of Knowstone.
But the government inspector said any landscape impact will be outweighed by its renewable energy production.