Leaders of Plymouth's annual Gay Pride march say the city still has some way to go to stop the homophobia.
Plymouth endurance swimmer Lewis Pugh is to swim the Seven Seas to highlight the need to protect oceans around the world.
Plymouth remembers those who died in World War One with a candlelit procession
Plymouth's swimming hopefuls are on their way to Glasgow as the clock ticks down to the Commonwealth Games.
Plymouth's Leander swimming club has five athletes from five different countries taking part in the games which start next week, including Team England medal hopeful Ben Proud.
20,000 people are expecting to pack Plymouth Hoe for tonight's MTV Crashes concert, which will be broadcast across the world. Headliners include Kaiser Chiefs, the 1975 and Kiesza. Kai
Cllr Peter Smith, the Deputy Leader of Plymouth Council is suggesting that the Hoe will be buzzing but there is space in the harbour, if people want to come by boat.
Plymouth Argyle have apologised to residents living near Home Park after the stadium's alarm went off early this morning.
The system - which was being tested ahead of the new season - malfunctioned and woke up several people living in the Milehouse area.
The club says engineers are trying to fix the problem to stop it happening again.
Plymouth is preparing for its biggest event of the year tonight - as MTV Crashes hits the Hoe.
A crowd of around 20,000 people is expected for the event which has the Kaiser Chiefs headlining.
Motorists are being advised to stay clear of the area - there are widespread road closures around the Hoe.
Plymouth has received nearly £750,000 from the Government to support sustainable travel in the city. It will be used to encourage more people to walk, cycle or use the bus.
Part of the money will be spent making the current bus service from the city centre to Royal William Yard more frequent.
A new 200 million pound superyacht has left Plymouth after it was constructed at Devonport Dockyard. The "Alamshar" belongs to his Royal Highness, The Aga Khan who is the leader of the world's 20 million Ismaili Muslims. It's rumoured he flew in by helicopter to pick up his purchase.
The Sutton Harbour Swing Bridge in Plymouth reopens today. The footbridge was closed in May for essential maintenance to be carried out. Talks are ongoing on whether a new, sturdier bridge should be built as an alternative in the future.
The inquest of a boy who was killed by a polar bear while on a school trip abroad is due to begin today. 17 year old Horatio Chapple died during an expedition in Norway. Plymouth adventurer Michael "Spike" Reid was one of four people who was injured on the trip in August 2011.
The inquest of a boy who was killed by a polar bear while on a school trip abroad begins today. 17 year old Horatio Chapple died during an expedition in Norway. Plymouth adventurer Michael "Spike" Reid was one of four people who was injured on the trip in August 2011