Devonport Dockyard will not be used as a storage site for nuclear waste from redundant submarines.
The dockyard had been in the running to be an interim storage facility for the waste, sparking concerns that the city could be seen as the country's "nuclear graveyard" but the Ministry of Defence has released a final shortlist of possible locations and Devonport isn't on it.
A MoD police dog and his handler are among the best in the country. PC Simon Hill and Jura, who are based at Devonport Naval Base in Plymouth, came fourth in the National Police Dog Handling Assessment Finals. Jura is also British Police & Service Dog of the Year for the second year in a row.
Britain's longest serving nuclear submarine was given its final send off today after nearly thirty years in service.
Plymouth-based HMS Tireless has spent much of its time working in secret all over the world. Richard Lawrence reports.
The formal decommissioning of the nuclear-powered submarine, HMS Tireless, has taken place at Devonport.
At 30-years-old, she's Britain's longest serving submarine so, HAD to have her own cake. The vessel's Commanding Officer, Commander Hywel Griffiths, did the honours.
A service is being held to mark the decommissioning of HMS Tireless, Britain's longest serving submarine. The Royal Marines band has just played Mr Blue Sky during the inspection of the ship's company.
The nuclear-powered submarine returned to Devonport for the last time two weeks ago after helping in the search for the missing Malaysian airliner off Australia.
The 30-year-old boat holds the record for the longest submarine deployment: ten months away from base.
A sailor has died after an industrial accident on board HMS Bulwark at Devonport Naval Base.
Emergency Services were called to the scene just before 11 o'clock this morning when it was reported that a crew member was stuck in a lift shaft.
The man could not be saved and died at the scene.
Police are investigating, along with the Health and Safety Executive but the incident is not being treated as suspicious.
The nuclear powered submarine HMS Tireless has returned to Devonport at the end of her last deployment. The 30 year old boat has been helping in the search for the missing Malaysian airliner off Australia.
Most of her life has been spent as a hunter-killer submarine on top secret missions beneath the Atlantic Ocean, but three years ago she completed the longest deployment ever by a Royal Navy submarine on a ten month world tour.
A twenty three million pound rehabilitation centre for injured servicemen and women will officially open today at Devonport. It's been paid for by the charity Help for Heroes and the Ministry of Defence.
The centre is home to a gym and swimming pool, with doctors and personal trainers on hand to help injured soldiers recover.
A centre is due to open in Devonport next week helping servicemen and women recover from injury. We've been given a tour of the facilities.Read the full story ›
A £23m rehabilitation centre for injured servicemen and women is now in use at Devonport. It's been paid for by Help for Heroes and the Ministry of Defence.
It'll be opened officially next week by the royal Falklands veteran, the Duke of York.
Our reporter John Andrews has been allowed a preview.: