A group of mermaids has taken over a Devon swimming pool this week.
It's to welcome 2,000 swimmers from across the country competing in the Dart 10K.
'Mermaid Scarecrows' have been created as 1km markers for the event, which takes place this weekend between Totnes and Dittisham.
A Newton Abbot bride got an unusual lift to her wedding reception after saying "I do" ... transported by a 40-ton Leibherr crane.
Robyn Harrison's new husband Richard Sheehan helps run the family crane hire business, so it seemed like the obvious choice.
Charities across the country face a probe, after an elderly widower from Cornwall was allegedly scammed out of almost £35,000.Read the full story ›
Smeaton's Tower, Plymouth Hoe's iconic former lighthouse, will be lit up gold tonight, in honour of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.Read the full story ›
A lifesize recreation of the children's television village of Trumpton has been burned to the ground over the weekend. Thousands of people packed Torrington Commons to watch the spectacular bonfire and fireworks show.
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Plymouth has been left out of a government plan that will see £500 million go to one of Devonport's rival dockyards - Faslane on the Clyde.
Alongside Portsmouth and Devonport, Faslane is one of three major naval hubs, and is the home of Britain’s Trident nuclear deterrent.
The money will go towards a 10-year infrastructure project which is expected to begin in 2017. The plans include building sea walls and jetties, and will create thousands of jobs.
Two submarines from Devonport will also be moved up to Faslane in 2020.