Flybe has announced a major expansion with a 5 year deal at London City Airport including flights between London and Exeter from October
A woman who has two rare life threatening diseases has been told to treat neither, because treating one means the other would kill her.
Ten years after it first hit our screens - the X Factor finally take auditions to Cornwall.
From midnight tonight same sex marriage will become legal in the UK. At the moment, only civil partnerships have been available to gay people.
But the law does not mean that religious organisations have to perform marriage ceremonies, and couples already in civil partnerships cannot get married. That means the change in the law has only been given a cautious welcome by gay and lesbian organisations here in the West Country.
It's a big day for Exeter College tomorrow. Their team will run out at Twickenham in the final of the national schools' Under-18 Vase competition.
It's the first time the college have reached a national final since 2005, when they won the under-18 cup. And after winning six games to reach tomorrow's showpiece, they feel it's time to lift another trophy.
Chris Spittles reports:
The founder and chairman of Cornwall Pride says the move to legalise same sex marriage is a "magnificent move forward".
Christian Diamant organises the Cornwall Pride parade in Truro, which celebrates the Lesbian, Gay, bisexual and transgender communities.
He is in a civil partnership which he hopes to transfer into a marriage. But, he says that means waiting until further legislation is brought in later this year:
The first gay weddings will take place in the region tomorrow (Saturday 29 March) after changes to legislation governing same-sex relationships. Until now, gay couples had only been allowed to enter civil partnerships.
Jonathan Draper, Dean of Exeter, gives the Devon Diocese's perspective on the change:
A man from North Devon has has appeared in court charged in connection with a bank raid in Exeter.
Justin Bracken-Lee is accused of robbery at the Nat West bank on High Street on Monday. The 39-year-old from Ilfracombe is alleged to have stolen £3000.
He'll remain in custody until appearing at Exeter Crown Court next month.
Exeter College's rugby team will run out at Twickenham tomorrow in the final of the National Schools' Under-18 Vase.
It's the first time the college have reached a national final since 2005, when they won the Under-18 cup.
Nine years ago, coach Jon Hill led his side to Twickenham glory for the first time and now he's looking to do it again:
It is a big day for Exeter College tomorrow as their team will run out at Twickenham in the final of the National Schools' Under-18 Vase competition.
It is the first time the college have reached a national final since 2005, when they won the Under-18 cup.
The first gay weddings will take place in the region tomorrow after changes to legislation governing same-sex relationships. Until now, gay couples had only been allowed to enter into civil partnerships.