Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow have dived together in Plymouth for years as a synchro team but will now compete separately in RioRead the full story ›
Derriford Hospital has extended its visiting hours so families can be more involved in the care of their loved ones.Read the full story ›
Plymouth swimmer Ruta Meilutyte puts in the hard graft in preparation for the Olympic Games in Rio - she's 'chaining' hard you might say! With just days left before the Games begin she's hoping to emulate her amazing success aged just 15 at the London Games four years ago. Will it be Gold in Rio for Ruta again?
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Jess Glynne and Rudimental are just some of the stars performing at the opening day of the MTV Crashes event in Plymouth.Read the full story ›
In the second of our West Country Olympians profiles we meet Plymouth's Olivia Federici who's swimming all the way to Rio.Read the full story ›
An overgrown garden at risk of being built on has been preserved and given a unique new identity - all thanks to five students from Poland.Read the full story ›
A teen who sent bomb hoaxes to US airlines and hacked websites across the world has been spared jail.Read the full story ›
Vauxhall has apologised to customers for a car fault which has led to hundreds of fires across the country.Read the full story ›
A disabled woman from Plymouth has received an apology from the Managing Director of a Plymouth bus company.Read the full story ›
Armed police officers responded to reports of a man with a gun in a city centre - to find out it was a mobile phone.
Officers received a call from a worried member of the public who said they had seen a man in Plymouth's St Andrew's Cross with a weapon in their rucksack.
CCTV carried out searches for the man while armed police were deployed and paramedics called to the area as a precaution.
But, when the man was finally spotted on CCTV a stop-check revealed the item was just a mobile.