Michael Fallon said the Government was 'getting rid of land we don't need to build homes that we do'.Read the full story ›
The Barracks are thought of as the "spiritual home of the Royal Marines".Read the full story ›
Investigations are continuing into the circumstances surrounding the death of an elderly couple, after their car plunged 20ft into water.Read the full story ›
An elderly man and woman have died after their car plunged 20ft into a lake and overturned.Read the full story ›
Two people have been pulled from a car after it plunged 20ft into a lake and overturned.Read the full story ›
One competition pulling in large crowds this week is the British Firework Championships in Plymouth.Read the full story ›
It's the biggest musical currently on tour in Europe and it's back home again - or at least where its set was created - in Plymouth.Read the full story ›
Police are searching for a Japanese student who has gone missing after getting into a taxi at Derriford Hospital.
Saki Kamegawa, 28, speaks very little English and is considered vulnerable due to medical concerns.
She was last seen at around 9am on Thursday August 11.
Saki has shoulder length black hair and was wearing a white skirt, salmon coloured top and wedges.
There is concern for her welfare and anyone who sees Saki should call 999 quoting reference 204 of 11th August.
Eyebrows are being raised over a parking scheme that - if used - leaves the road too narrow for anything but a bicycle to get through.Read the full story ›
Plymouth diver Tonia Couch is the next West Country athlete preparing for aquatic action tonight (9 August).
She'll be competing in the women's diving 10m synchro final alongside her partner, Lous Toulson.