Portreath residents are being urged to leave their homes as they may not be protected after Storm Eleanor destroyed the Harbour Wall.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for the public's help after the body of a man was found in the water in Bristol harbour.
The body was found at Redcliffe Quay yesterday (21 Nov) shortly before 12.45pm by a member of the public who found the body in the water.
Although formal identification has not yet been completed, police believe the deceased to be Andrew Bakehouse, 49, from the Redcliffe area of Bristol. His next of kin have been informed.
We now need to piece together his movements prior to yesterday afternoon. We would ask anyone who might have seen or heard from Andrew in the last few days to come forward.
Any information, regardless of how insignificant you think it might be, could be crucial to this investigation.
The first of two historic tall ships visiting Plymouth this spring arrives in Sutton Harbour later today.
The Kaskelot will be sailing into the city late afternoon and stay until Sunday, April 12th.
Kaskelot is widely regarded as one of the finest wooden tall ships of its age still in commission today, and a fascinating vessel with an incredible history.
We are delighted to welcome Kaskelot to Sutton Harbour this Easter so people in Plymouth can enjoy the chance to tour this beautifully restored tall ship.
There has already been huge interest in the visit, and we are expecting a lot of people to head down to Plymouth’s waterfront over the Easter weekend to see Kaskelot for themselves.
Engineers say they're determined work to shore up Weymouth's crumbling harbour wall will be finished in time for a promised return of cross channel ferries in July.
Ferry services have been running from a Poole harbour since big cracks started appearing last February.
Councillor Ian Roebuck from Weymouth & Portland Borough Council says the harbour is an essential part of Weymouth and a lifeline for the Channel Islands community
Engineers say work to repair the harbour wall in Weymouth will be ready for the return of ferry services in July. The new retaining wall has been built and the construction team are filling the space behind it.
The port at Charlestown has been put up for sale. But what is the price tag?Read the full story ›
A historic Cornish harbour has gone on sale for £4.4m. The port at Charlestown has been in private ownership for nearly 20 years and is now being sold by its owner Robin Davies.
Mr Davies, 69, has placed the 3.5 acre plot of land and water up for sale which includes his many businesses.
Budding rock stars will be lining up tonight for a chance to play at Bristol's Harbour Festival. A Battle of the Bands competition is taking place at the Colston Hall. The winners will perform in Queen Square during the festival later this month.