Hundreds of family and friends lined the quayside at Devonport for the return of crew members on board HMS Montrose. The ship had been away for seven months and helped with the removal of chemical weapons from war-torn Syria.
The Ministry of Defence is to invest around a £150 million at Devonport Dockyard for refuelling of Britain's nuclear submarine fleet after a leak was found in a test reactor in Scotland.
Defence Secretary Philip Hammond told the House of Commons that HMS Vanguard, Britain's oldest nuclear submarine, will be refuelled in Plymouth during its planned deep maintenance refit in 2015.
Plymouth based HMS Portland is working to stop the flow of illegal drugs entering Africa and Europe. The frigate and its crew have been working with coastguards in Cape Verde. HMS Portland left Devonport in January for the seven month patrol.
An iconic market hall building at Devonport is being given to Plymouth City Council today, along with £2.5 million to renovate it.
The hall was hidden for many years behind the old dockyard wall. The council took on the building for just £1 from the Homes and Communities Agency.
The future of the Devonport Dockyard has been discussed in Parliament. The local MP was seeking reassurances from the Defence Secretary after the news that shipbuilding is to end in nearby Portsmouth.
BAE Systems which runs Portsmouth Dockyard announced 1,700 job losses. But Gary Streeter was told, in the House of Commons, that it wouldn't affect Plymouth.
HRH The Duke of York has opened a new education and resettlement centre at Devonport Naval base.
Prince Andrew unveiled a plaque and spoke to several servicemen and women already using the facility.
The centre is used to teach literacy, numeracy and IT, GCSE maths and English. It also provides courses for those who are planning to leave the Royal Navy and join the civilian workforce.
The Government has confirmed that a new Antarctic patrol vessel is to be based in Plymouth.
HMS Protector will be moved from Portsmouth to replace HMS Endurance, which was scrapped. Along with other recent decisions, local MP Oliver Colvile says it secures the future of Devonport dockyard.
There are safety concerns over nuclear submarines at Devonport dockyard. It follows the failure of a nuclear ring main which caused a loss of power.
The local MP says he now wants a meeting with the owners of the Dockyard over the incident. From Plymouth, Bob Cruwys reports.
There are safety concerns after a nuclear ring at Devonport Dockyard lost power for 90 minutes.
The dockyard lost the power that it uses to cool nuclear reactors in Submarines in July 2012. Babcock Marine, the operator of the docks, has been told it must improve safety standards.
The Ministry of Defence has been issued with a warning over the incident. Local MP Oliver Colvile is asking for assurances from Babcock Marine
A giant chimney at a controversial incinerator in Plymouth is expected to be craned into position today.
Residents of the Devonport area have expressed concern about the incinerator as they say it will affect house prices. The new chimney comes in four parts and will stand ninety five metres high once it's in place.