Plymouth Uni has been named as centre of excellence for brain tumour research. 16,000 people are diagnosed with brain tumours each year.
Aviation experts say there are significant barriers that would prevent a sustainable airport operation being run in Plymouth.
Staff at Plymouth's dry ski slope say it's the busiest they've ever known it.
The bells which rang out for Francis Drake's wedding are leaving Plymouth today to be repaired.
They've been part of St Budeaux church since the 16th century but had to be silenced last year for safety reasons.
Police in Plymouth are appealing for witnesses after the theft of a lorry loaded with £30,000 worth of copper cable.
The articulated lorry carrying 20 tonnes of copper cable was taken from Langdons Transport yard in Roborough around 11.30pm on Saturday 18 January.
It was later found abandoned with a burnt out clutch at Tailyour Road, Crownhill, around midnight and the cable had been stolen.
Police are interested to hear from any witnesses who may have seen the lorry and could identify the driver and any passengers.
Anyone who has been offered the copper cable for sale is also asked to contact police.
A theatre company that helps vulnerable people in Plymouth has been saved thanks to a £100,000 lottery boost.
"Our Space" was set up four years ago by the Theatre Royal. Since then it has helped hundreds of people who feel excluded from society regain their confidence. Francesca Carpenter reports.
The submarine HMS Talent is due to arrive back in Plymouth this morning after a 7 month deployment. Hundreds of family and friends of the crew are expected to turn out to welcome it back into Devonport. It's been deployed in the mediterranean.
Major refurbishments are underway at Derriford Hospital to improve the lifts. Six brand new lifts are being installed in what is scheduled to be a three-year project. They will help staff to respond more quickly to emergency call-outs. The original lifts were installed in the 1970s.
An event takes place in Plymouth today to help the city become the world's first 'blue city'. The status is awarded to areas with restaurants that provide sustainable seafood.
More than 70% of restaurants in the city are already improving their ratings as part of the Fish to Fork campaign.
Tom Daley has spoken for the first time about his decision to move from his home city of Plymouth to London.
The 19-year-old will now be training at the London Aquatics Centre, the same venue where he won his bronze medal at the 2012 Olympics. As well as the south west, Tom leaves behind his life-long coach Andy Banks, who helped develop his career during his time at the Plymouth Life Centre.
One of Plymouth's landmarks may be bought back to life after lying empty for 25 years. Plans are underway to turn Drake's Island into a luxury hotel and spa - bringing 50 jobs to the area. The island was used as an outdoor adventure centre during the 60s but has been derelict since 1989.
Plymouth's waterfront may be in line for a transformation. New plans have been submitted for a luxury hotel and spa on Drakes Island. An artist also wants to reinstate two Cerne Abbas-style giants on the Hoe. It is part of plans to celebrate the anniversary of the Mayflower voyage, in 2020.