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.
Prince Harry has officially opened a new £30m Royal Navy centre in Plymouth that will boost Britain's amphibious fighting capabilities.
The royal travelled to Devonport naval base to launch Royal Marines Tamar, where servicemen are taught a range of skills from handling hovercrafts to staging beach landings.
John Andrews reports:
Prince Harry is due in Plymouth today.
He'll formally open the Royal Navy's new £30m amphibious centre at the Devonport Naval Base on Friday.
Royal Marines Tamar will be a centre of operations for small craft, hovercraft and fast boats and will train marines in coastal and river landings.
The prince will also attend a parade and reception at the centre.
Prince Harry will ceremonially open the Royal Navy’s newly built £30m centre of amphibious excellence in Plymouth on Friday 2 August.
He will launch Royal Marines Tamar, the centre of operational and training units for small craft crews of landing craft, hovercraft and fast boats at HM Naval Base in Devonport.
Prince Harry is Commodore-in-Chief Small Ships and Diving.
A dog stationed at Her Majesty's Naval Base Devonport has won Service Dog of the Year.
Jura was the youngest dog in this year's competition and works with Ministry of Defence Police Dog Handler Constable Simon Hill.
Disciplines included criminal work, test of courage, gun attack, article search, agility and obedience.
Constable Hill and Jura competed in the Regional Police Dog Trials in Wales in February where they scored 765 points.
The pair has also qualified for the National Trials to be held later this year.