Exeter's famous Custom House has reopened as visitor centre. The landmark building, which for centuries was used to collect taxes on goods entering the city, will celebrate the history of the Quay and Canal.
The visitor centre has relocated from the nearby Quay House just across the road to the 300-year-old Custom House.
Plans to uncover extensive remains of a first century Roman bath house in Exeter have stalled after the venture failed to attract funding.
Exeter Cathedral applied for Heritage Lottery funding to reveal the remains under Cathedral Green, which are believed to be the second most important building of their time in the country.
However the charity, which distributes National Lottery money, says more work must first be done to safeguard the future of the Cathedral itself.
We are very naturally very disappointed that our innovative proposal to uncover Exeter's most significant hidden treasure, the extensive remains of a first century Roman Bath house under Cathedral Green, has not been successful in attracting Heritage Lottery funding.
We had worked closely with English Heritage and other key bodies right up to the moment we submitted our bid, and had hoped that the project's vision - one shared by the people of Exeter and its civic and parliamentary leaders - would also inspire the HLF.
The Cathedral unveiled details of its Foundations Project in February.
It submitted plans to excavate the remains of the Roman Bath House and hoped to build an underground visitor centre there. It is estimated that the attraction would bring an extra 100,000 visitors to the city each year.
HLF takes its role of investing National Lottery players' money extremely seriously and we only support projects that we are confident can deliver long-term benefits. In this case, we were concerned about the impact the development would have on the Cathedral itself. There was also a considerable partnership funding shortfall.
The streets of Exeter are being covered in bunting and wool to celebrate the Rugby World Cup later this year. People are being encouraged to take part in 'yarn bombing' - using wool to decorate the city.
Organisers want decorations in white, yellow, red, green and blue - the colours of the teams taking part in the games at Sandy Park.
Preparations are underway to clad Exeter in bunting and 'yarn bombing'.
The city will be white, yellow, red, green and blue - the colours of the teams taking part in the Rugby World Cup 2015 games at Sandy Park.
A launch event is taking place at Exeter Corn Exchange this afternoon.
Exeter Chiefs missed out on a place in the Premiership end of season play-offs.
A thrilling seven-try victory over Sale wasn't enough, after rivals Leicester and Saracens both won.
After the game we spoke to Chiefs' full-back Jack Nowell and the departing Dean Mumm, plus some of the Sandy Park fans:
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Former culture secretary Ben Bradshaw has confirmed he is to stand for the deputy leadership of the Labour Party.
The Exeter MP said his "big tent" approach to politics was the only way Labour would attract the voters it needs to win the next election.
Announcing his intention to run, he told his local party: "Labour did badly everywhere and in Wales and England outside London we went backwards against the Tories."
"Labour must and could win the next election, but only if it broadens its appeal by adopting sensible, centre-left politics which celebrate wealth creation and entrepreneurship as vital means of delivering social justice."
"I know I face an uphill task getting enough nominations from fellow MPs to get on the ballot paper. That would be hard for anyone from a part of Britain with so few Labour colleagues."
"But it's exactly because I believe it is vital that we listen to and hear the voices of those members, candidates and defeated MPs from areas that are under-represented in Parliament and where we must win again that I have decided to have a go."
Other contenders tipped to join the battle to replace Harriet Harman include Tom Watson, West Bromwich East MP since 2001, who has reportedly been crowd-funding for his bid, and Walthamstow MP Stella Creasy.
Equal rights campaigners say that battle to end homophobia is still to be won.
Tomorrow Exeter hosts its annual Pride event - celebrating diversity and challenging stereotypes. Organisers say it's important that Exeter's LGBT community is seen as part of the city's wider culture.
Pride has evolved in a sense beyond being a form of protest to being a form of celebration. And for us in Exeter Pride we do put an emphasis on the LGBT community itself, but also on our families, our friends and supporters and the wider community.
Many parents find it difficult to get young children to eat a healthy diet, especially if their kids are fussy eaters.
A mother from Exeter who understands the problem has decided to lend a helping hand - creating a cook book packed with information about healthy snacks and meals.
She's enlisted the help of Fixers - the campaign that gives young people a voice - to put goodness into fun food.
A man has strutted down the high street in Exeter in high heels and sparkly hot pants to raise money for charity.
47 year old Mark Williamson recreated the money supermarket advert in front of bemused shoppers to raise funds for Hospicecare.
You can watch Mark strut his stuff below: