Plymouth Conservative MP Johnny Mercer says Britain should take in more refugees - despite David Cameron saying this was not the answer.Read the full story ›
Smeaton's Tower, Plymouth Hoe's iconic former lighthouse, has been lit up in honour of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month:
The mother of a little girl born with a rare condition which means she'll forever feel hungry says she wants to help find a cure.Read the full story ›
Smeaton's Tower, Plymouth Hoe's iconic former lighthouse, will be lit up gold tonight, in honour of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.Read the full story ›
Plymouth has been left out of a government plan that will see £500 million go to one of Devonport's rival dockyards - Faslane on the Clyde.
Alongside Portsmouth and Devonport, Faslane is one of three major naval hubs, and is the home of Britain’s Trident nuclear deterrent.
The money will go towards a 10-year infrastructure project which is expected to begin in 2017. The plans include building sea walls and jetties, and will create thousands of jobs.
Two submarines from Devonport will also be moved up to Faslane in 2020.
Researchers are hoping to learn more about one of the UK's most mysterious shipwrecks by testing DNA from remains of a dog found on board.Read the full story ›
People in Plymouth have a last opportunity today and tomorrow to comment on plans to turn a local landmark into a visitor attraction.
Fort Bovisand dates back to Napoleonic times and plated a vital role in protecting the city in both World Wars.
Homes will also be built on the site with work due to start next year.
Plymouth Argyle entertain Newport County tomorrow, 29 August.
The Welsh side are managed by the former England player Terry Butcher so it will give the Pilgrims boss Derek Adams the chance to catch up with an old friend.
As part of his Labour leadership bid, Jeremy Corbyn is attending a sold-out event at the Plymouth Guildhall this morning (10.30am).
Local Labour councillor Chaz Singh says he's galvanising both young and old - but still says that people are having to 'come out' as his supporters because of the negative coverage.
Police have made an appeal after a snooker cue, signed by legends of the game, including five-time world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan, was stolen in Plymouth.
Stuart Craig won it in a raffle. On his way back from showing off his prize to his mother - a man ran up to him and snatched it.
Mr Craig then paid the man £20 to get it back - but the thief ran off with the money and the cue.
The Snooker Legends who signed the cue were Ray Reardon, Ronnie O’Sullivan, Jimmy White, John Virgo and Michaela Tabb.
Here Stuart Craig talks about his loss.