Our presenter Ian Axton tackled David Cameron as he visited Devonport about today's announcement of £88 million investment in the West Country... and some other subjects, including those famous TV election debates.
You can watch the interview below:
Around 40 children have been put through their paces this week by Royal Marines from 42 Commando.
All of the youngsters are members of Her Majesty's School Heroes, a support group for children of service men and women.
The workshop, at Bickleigh Barracks in Plymouth, gave them the chance to do commando-style challenges.
I think it's really important for the children of the servicemen and women to sort of see what their mums and dads get up to on a day to day basis.
There's not that much opportunity really for them to see that and I think it is really interesting and rewarding for them to do that and I think HMS Heroes gives them that platform.
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Plymouth University has developed an interactive game to help fight Ebola. The programme is designed to teach people how to stop the disease from spreading. It is being trialled in Sierra Leone.
A holocaust remembrance service was held for people from different faiths this morning at Mount Edgcumbe near Plymouth.This was one of the biggest events in the south-west.
Local schools are also taking part by putting on seminars and recitals.
Later the Lord Mayor will light a candle in honour of those who survived the holocaust and other genocides.
Today is Plymouth Albion's deadline to avoid going into administration. The rugby club need to raise £250,000.
If they do go into administration, they'll face a 20 point deduction - effectively relegating them from the Championship.
A vigil will take place tomorrow (Saturday 24 January) to remember Tanis Bhandari.
The 27-year-old died in an alleged axe attack in Tamerton Foliot in Plymouth on New Year's Eve.
Friends and family will walk through the village and light candles to celebrate his life.
Two men have been charged with his murder.
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