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Thousands of people across the West have fallen silent to remember the nation's war dead, as the region marks Armistice Day.Read the full story ›
Work has begun on a £50million leisure complex in Plymouth, which councillors say will be a "huge boost" for city's nightlife.
The Drake Circus scheme is being built on the site of the former Bretonside coach station.
It is set to create 350 jobs.
It is due to open in autumn 2019 and will feature a cinema and 15 restaurants.
Lizzie Picken from Plymouth has received over 1,000 cards from complete strangers after a Facebook appeal by workers at her care home.Read the full story ›
A former Plymouth Royal Marine who benefited from the Poppy Appeal has dedicated a tattoo and poem to 7 other marines killed in Afghanistan.Read the full story ›
A former Plymouth-based Royal Marine has had his back tattooed with seven poppies in memory of his fallen comrades.
Rob French served with 42 Commando and suffers from PTSD from his time in Afghanistan. He has dedicated a poem, "The Night Before Deployment", to his friends who lost their lives during the conflict. The seven Royal Marines are now known by many as "The Magnificent Seven".
- Former marine Rob French reads 'The Night Before Deployment'
Tamar House in Plymouth, which has similar cladding to that used on Grenfell Tower, has had to be evacuated for the second time in a week.Read the full story ›
An obesity campaigner from Plymouth says councils should put tighter controls on takeaways opening in certain areas of towns and cities.Read the full story ›
The report says there was no sense of Ruth, who was found starved to death "as a person" and in her case, ""notes were not kept up to date".Read the full story ›
Ruth Mitchell who battled mental health issues was found starved to death in 2012.Read the full story ›