The RSPCA is looking to find a home for Bella the wild pony who was found abandoned in Devon.
More beaches than ever in the South West have achieved the highest bathing water standards this year according to the Good Beach Guide.
A man from Devon who'd been living with unbearable pain after a motorcycle accident says he amputated his own hand as a cry for help.
Only two ferries are running at Torpoint today. The third ferry is having its annual refit.
Waiting times are currently 15 minutes.
Tavistock's new self-service tourist information centre opens today, in the corner of a shop. It's replacing the town's old information centre which was closed by the council to save money. Local businesses have also trained staff to become tourism ambassadors.
Devon County Council wants to change the way it provides its library services. It plans to create 'Devon Centres' that'll bring multiple services together under one roof for communities.
The proposals are intended to help save one and a half million pounds from its budget by 2017. Some people are worried about the threat to services, while others see it as a great opportunity for more locally focussed services.
Thousands of Rugby fans lined the streets in Exeter City Centre this weekend to celebrate Exeter Chief's LV Cup win. The Chiefs beat Northampton Saints at Sandy Park in March.
It was their first major honour. The team were also treated to a civic reception at Exeter Guildhall by the city's Mayor
Yeovil Town continue their battle against relegation from the Championship as they take on fellow strugglers Blackpool at Bloomfield Road.
In League Two, Torquay United face promotion-chasing Scunthorpe as they also fight to beat the drop. Exeter City are away at Bury, while Plymouth Argyle's play-off push takes them to Burton Albion.
You can follow all the action with live text updates by clicking on the links below. All games kick-off at 3pm.
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A few hundred metres up the track from the repaired railway, residents are still facing continued disruption. Repairs continue at the giant hole that opened up in the cliff below their houses.
Ian Axton caught up with home-owner, Charlotte Wilkin, who looks back at those terrifying days.
It's taken more than 300 engineers working around the clock to get the track ready in time for Easter. They've become known locally as the Orange Army, Richard Lawrence reports on their time in the town
The first train along the newly-repaired track at Dawlish swept through just before 6am this morning (Friday).
A camera installed in the cabin recorded the journey through the eyes of the train driver.
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