People hoping to ride the 400ft water slide heading for Plymouth city centre can now get their hands on tickets.
The two-lane slide will be installed on the city's waterfront on March 12, 2016 - the event will raise money for St Luke's Hospice through collecting buckets and a percentage of admission charges.
As well as the high-speed slide, people will also be able to enjoy other activities and stalls.
Missing Plymouth woman Deborah Mason has been found safe and well by police.
Officers have been searching for the 42-year-old since she was reported missing in the evening of November 2.
She was located in the Plympton area around 1.20pm today after being seen by a member of the public.
Police would like to thank the public for their assistance.
Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing 42-year-old woman from Plymouth.
Deborah Mason was reported missing by a family member on Monday 2 November.
She was last seen between 8pm and 8.30pm beside her car, which is parked at the entrance to Leigham Manor Drive, near Plymbridge Woods.
Officers have been searching the area with assistance from police dogs and the Dartmoor Rescue Group. A drone is also being used to help with the search.
- 5 ft 7ins
- medium to large build
- short blonde hair
- wearing a biscuit coloured cardigan when last seen.
Officers are concerned for her welfare and are appealing to the public, particularly dog walkers in the area, to report any sightings of her to police.
A Police special constable was kicked in the head during Halloween celebrations in Plymouth.
Devon and Cornwall Police say 23 revellers were arrested in the city. There were enhanced patrols across the region and a number of minor offences.
The special constable's injuries are not thought to be serious.
A Devonport-based ship has rescued more than 400 migrants in the Mediterranean.
HMS Enterprise has been helping with the Royal Navy's operation to counter migrant smugglers. The people they rescued are being cared for on-board the ship before being transferred to a Norwegian support vessel.
The Marine Aquarium in Plymouth welcomed two new arrivals this afternoon.
Two sand tiger Sharks - the first of their kind in Europe - completed their journey from Durban in South Africa.
The two sharks - named uShaka and Mandela - will grow up to three metres in length. At the moment they are being kept in a holding area before being taken to the big ocean tank with the other sharks.
Curator Eugene Bruin explained: "They will stay here for two three weeks, we will monitor them and teach them to feed from a stick. Then they will go to our big ocean tank but they will have their own private area behind a net to get used to the tank. That way the sharks can smell each other so when they are released a couple of weeks later they will not appear as new sharks and as potential prey to the other sharks that are present in that tank."
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Hundreds of people are expected to gather in London's Parliament Square today for a rally in support of a former Royal Marine from Taunton who was jailed for killing a Taliban fighter in Afghanistan.
Former Sergeant Alexander Blackman - also known as Marine A - was jailed for life after being convicted of murdering the wounded Afghan captive in September 2011. The MoD has banned military men and women from attending the rally as it has been labelled as a political protest.
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