Campaigners have won their battle to protect hundreds of acres of farmland near Exeter from being flooded regularly.
The Environment Agency has dropped a multi million pound project to create a tidal wetland area for birds in the Clyst Valley.
It's a victory for common sense. The Environment Agency must have spent hundreds of thousands of pounds of taxpayers' money on the consultants and it's achieved nothing. A small fraction of that money could have been spent repairing the ditches, picking out the dead trees, allowing the water to escape into the river like a natural flood plain should do.
Little yellow fish have been painted next to many of the drains in Teignmouth. The Environment Agency has sprayed them as part of a campaign to prevent people pouring waste down them, particularly fat.
They're storm water drains that discharge straight into the sea, so any other waste will pollute the local waters.
A farmer from Somerset says contractors used by the Environment Agency have caused thousands of pounds worth of damage to his land - and he hasn't received any compensation.
James Hall's yard at Northmoor was used to store vehicles and building equipment during the flooding on the Levels. Now he's been told that the Environment Agency plans to use his land again.
A farmer from Somerset says he's been insulted by the Environment Agency after they threatened to bring cranes onto his land without his permission.
James Hall's yard at Northmoor was used by contractors during the flooding on the Somerset Levels causing around £8,500 worth of damage.
Now the Agency need to use the space again to remove pumps from a nearby river. But James says he can't afford any more disruption.
There are three severe flood warnings in place for the South West - meaning 'danger to life' - and 33 flood warnings - meaning 'take immediate action'.
For the full list, including maps of precise locations, visit the Environment Agency website here.
More of the West Country is at risk of flooding this New Year's Day after heavy rain overnight has begun to spill into our waterways.
The Environment Agency has now issued 14 flood warnings for the region. Click here for details and advice on what to do if you are at risk.
- River Axe (Upper) from Winsham to Axminster inc Chard Junction & Weycrof
- River Teign (Lower) from Chudleigh to Kingsteignton
- River Clyst from Broadclyst to Clyst St Mary
- River Dart from Buckfastleigh to Totnes, including Staverton
- River Yarty from Yarcombe to Axminster
- A361 East Lyng to Burrowbridge
- Curry Moor and Hay Moor
The Environment Agency has issued a severe weather warning for the Sea Life Centre and the Preston Beach Road area of Lodmore in Weymouth.
People are being warned to avoid the Preston Beach areas as conditions are extremely dangerous and will remain so overnight.
A flood alert has been issued for the North Cornwall coast.
The Environment Agency says it could affect Lands End to Hartland Point and include St Ives Bay, Perranporth, Padstow and Bude.