Police investigating the unexplained death of an elderly man in Plymouth have released a 49-year-old man on bail.
Officers were called to Telegraph Wharf in Stonehouse on Sunday evening (9 November). They found the body of a 74-year-old man and arrested the 49-year-old man at the scene on suspicion of murder. He's been bailed until 17 February 2015.
Detectives say they are keeping an open mind as to the circumstances of the death.
The vice-chancellor of Plymouth University is returning to work - following an investigation into her conduct.
Professor Wendy Purcell was put on leave in July, amid unspecified allegations which are understood to include a complaint about her management style.
Today the university announced the inquiry process has ended, and she will return to work in a new role to build the university's reputation.
A man from Plymouth has been arrested after the sudden death of an elderly man in the city.
Police were called to a house in Telegraph Wharf in Stonehouse yesterday evening (9 November). A 74-year-old man was found dead at the address and officers are treating his death as unexplained.
A 49-year-old man was arrested at the scene on suspicion of murder.
Record numbers of fish have been landed at Plymouth's fish market. Plymouth Fisheries says the warm weather late into the year has helped bring in sales of over 2 million during October. That's the highest amount sold in one month since the market opened in 1995. Pete Bromley is the Harbour Master:
A public consultation has begun into the £5.6 million restoration of Fort Bovisand.
The building played a vital role in protecting Plymouth in both World Wars, before becoming a diving school in the 70s. Initial plans include a learning hub, activity centre and exhibition space.
Plymouth's made it through to the final five in a competition which could see a kilometre of flowers planted in the city centre - leading from Armada Way to the War Memorial.
It's the last day to vote - you can go to the Grow Wild website or just phone 0808 228 7701.
You have until midnight!
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Staff at Plymouth University have given a vote of no confidence in their vice-chancellor, Wendy Purcell.
Members of the University and College Union say the recent problems at the university have undermined morale and risked long-term damage to the institution.
Wendy Purcell who is currently on paid leave, was suspended for three months over allegations of overspending and bullying colleagues.
It's the end of an era in Plymouth today as after 60 years Ron Dewdney pasties stop production. The shop has been sold back to the Dewdney family and its chain of Ivor Dewdney stores.
In Plymouth, it's said you're either a 'Ron' or an 'Ivor' person. Ron pasties are slightly larger than Ivor's and have a different taste to the pastry.