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.
Tom Daley will speak about his move to London for the first time later day. He may have left Plymouth, but there is still a group of talented young divers in the city. Andy Banks' elite development squad of 8 to 11 year-olds train three times a week at Plymouth Life Centre.
Plymouth's pantomime is coming to the end of a near sell-out run. 'Robin Hood' has Lee Mead and Nigel Havers as cast-members and had rave reviews. But a perhaps little known fact is that the show was co-written by its scene-stealing star - the comedian Bobby Davro.
Our reporter Jacquie Bird met up with him between performances for a chat and found she could hardly get a word in edgeways!
The prominent 10-storey Quality Hotel on Plymouth Hoe has closed and called in receivers. Staff are expecting to leave the hotel today (Monday 20 January), and guests were asked to leave this morning.
The Theatre Royal in Plymouth has been awarded £100,000 by the Big Lottery. It's to help people who suffer from mental health problems and the homeless. The 'Our Space' project brings people together to produce shows. The theatre is currently playing host to the pantomime Robin Hood.
An explorer from Plymouth is being airlifted back to the edge of Antartica after making it to the South Pole.
32-year-old Antony Jinman born in Wembury completed the 730 mile solo trek yesterday.
It was exactly 102 years after his hero Captain Robert Falcon Scott reached the South Pole himself.
Captain Scott and his team died on their return journey on foot.
A regeneration programme worth £300m to the South West's economy was agreed in Plymouth today.
The money, granted by the Government, will be used to stimulate industry and create more than 10,000 jobs.
The majority of investment will be made in the marine industries. But businesses and young people will also benefit - as Plymouth gains greater power to help drive the South West forward.
John Andrews reports:
A regeneration programme worth £300m to the South West's economy has been agreed in Plymouth this lunchtime.
The investment granted by the Government's 'City Deal' scheme will be used to stimulate industry and create more than 10,000 jobs.
It centres on the South Yard at Devonport being returned to public ownership so it can become a hub for marine industries.
The Government and local councils will announce a major spending project for the South West at Princess Yachts in Plymouth today.
It'll return the South Yard at Devonport to public ownership. The investment will be worth £300m over the next 3 years.
Tom Daley's former coach Andy Banks and diving colleague Tonia Couch have given their reaction to the news that the 19-year-old is leaving his home city to live and train in London: